Jeffery Andrews is passionate about minority rights and is determined to help others. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Jeffery Andrews is passionate about minority rights and is determined to help others. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jeffery Andrews is passionate about minority rights and is determined to help others. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Raquel Carvalho
Opinion

Opinion

Raquel Carvalho

What Jeffrey Andrews’ arrest under the national security law means for ethnic minority groups in Hong Kong

  • The social worker, the city’s first ethnic minority candidate to run in a primary for a chance at contesting a Legco seat, was arrested in the biggest crackdown under the legislation
  • Members of this community have long been excluded in the city, and leaders such as Andrews are needed to signal that their participation is welcome both socially and politically

Jeffery Andrews is passionate about minority rights and is determined to help others. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Jeffery Andrews is passionate about minority rights and is determined to help others. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Jeffery Andrews is passionate about minority rights and is determined to help others. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Raquel Carvalho

Raquel Carvalho

Raquel Carvalho is Asia Correspondent for the Post. She joined the newspaper in 2014. Most of her investigative and in-depth stories have been focused on human rights, cross-border security, illicit trade and corruption. She was previously the chief reporter at a Portuguese daily newspaper in Macau, where she moved to from Europe in 2008.