Nauman Muhmmad Rashad, a refugee at his home in Nai Wai, Tuen Mun. Photo: Sam Tsang

Facing poverty, precarity and unable to work, asylum seekers and their families in Hong Kong remain trapped in limbo as they long for a dignified life

  • Around 7,000 people claiming protection from persecution or torture currently live in city, waiting for their applications to be processed
  • Successful applicants must be resettled elsewhere, as Hong Kong is not signatory to 1951 UN Refugee Convention
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Nauman Muhmmad Rashad, a refugee at his home in Nai Wai, Tuen Mun. Photo: Sam Tsang
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