Katy Choi and Pierre Cheung work with a Hong Kong support group for children with dwarfism and their parents. Photo: Dickson Lee

Small statures, big hearts: life lessons from a Hong Kong couple with dwarfism and how the city can be more inclusive

  • Pierre Cheung and Katy Choi have never let their physical condition stop them from living a full life, and they are on a quest to help others through volunteer work, as well as shared stories
  • Hong Kong’s built environment places more emphasis on wheelchair users and people with visual and hearing impairments, but more can be done
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Katy Choi and Pierre Cheung work with a Hong Kong support group for children with dwarfism and their parents. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Fiona Sun

Fiona Sun

Fiona Sun is a news reporter on the Hong Kong desk of the South China Morning Post. She writes on issues that matter to the city’s residents, including geographic communities, ethnic minorities or those brought together by common causes and interests.