Hong Kong philanthropist Anne Marden, who advocated for the rights of children and marginalised communities, has died at the age of 96. Photo:  Felix Wong
Hong Kong philanthropist Anne Marden, who advocated for the rights of children and marginalised communities, has died at the age of 96. Photo: Felix Wong
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Hong Kong philanthropist Anne Marden, who advocated for rights of children and marginalised communities, dies aged 96

  • Marden was a pioneer in special needs education and served as director of Hong Kong Red Cross in early 1960s
  • ‘Mrs Marden dedicated her life to serving others and helped thousands of people with special needs to lead a dignified and meaningful life,’ city’s leader says

Hong Kong philanthropist Anne Marden, who advocated for the rights of children and marginalised communities, has died at the age of 96. Photo:  Felix Wong
Hong Kong philanthropist Anne Marden, who advocated for the rights of children and marginalised communities, has died at the age of 96. Photo: Felix Wong
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