Jonah Bolotin with the visualisation, which he said showed more overlap in the industry than the researchers expected to find. Photo: Edmond SoJonah Bolotin with the visualisation, which he said showed more overlap in the industry than the researchers expected to find. Photo: Edmond So
Jonah Bolotin with the visualisation, which he said showed more overlap in the industry than the researchers expected to find. Photo: Edmond So

The data that lays bare the hidden links in Hong Kong’s domestic helper employment industry

While agencies and moneylenders sharing addresses may not suggest anything illegal, developers say they want to arm workers and employers with knowledge of who they are dealing with

Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong
Jonah Bolotin with the visualisation, which he said showed more overlap in the industry than the researchers expected to find. Photo: Edmond SoJonah Bolotin with the visualisation, which he said showed more overlap in the industry than the researchers expected to find. Photo: Edmond So
Jonah Bolotin with the visualisation, which he said showed more overlap in the industry than the researchers expected to find. Photo: Edmond So
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