Volunteers who worked to restore a cemetery for Indian and Nepalese soldiers were joined by dignitaries for a memorial service on Remembrance Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Volunteers who worked to restore a cemetery for Indian and Nepalese soldiers were joined by dignitaries for a memorial service on Remembrance Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s fallen Indian, Nepalese soldiers honoured at Remembrance Sunday event at restored cemetery

  • As many as 90 volunteers lent their efforts to restoration of site overlooking Happy Valley Racecourse where several military graves are located
  • Organisers hope the cemetery can serve as a symbol of ethnic minority community’s historic contributions to the city

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
Volunteers who worked to restore a cemetery for Indian and Nepalese soldiers were joined by dignitaries for a memorial service on Remembrance Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Volunteers who worked to restore a cemetery for Indian and Nepalese soldiers were joined by dignitaries for a memorial service on Remembrance Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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