Bridging the gap with ‘invisible’ ethnic minorities in Kowloon City, one tour at a time

Hon Kong Free Press | E Ng

Begum (above) settled in Hong Kong from Pakistan three years ago. With the help of social workers and refugee claimants, she moved into a subdivided flat in the working-class district To Kwa Wan in Kowloon City. Her flat is just big enough to fit a bunk bed, a small fridge and a portable table.

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