Rhea Mogul

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Rhea is a Hong Kong-based journalist interested in gender issues and minority rights, whose work has appeared in a number of publications including Forbes.com, Hong Kong Free Press and South China Morning Post among others. She was recognised on the 2019 Diversity List: a list of ethnic minorities that are qualified to serve on Hong Kong government committees.


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How to be happier: 7 top tips from the professor behind Yale’s popular happiness course

What does it take to be happy? From spending less to sleeping more, one psychology expert from Yale compiled the best evidence-based strategies, creating a world-famous ...

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The Ultimate Exclusion: It’s time to recognise same-sex marriage in Hong Kong

Hong Kong does not recognise same-sex marriage, barring couples from many of the rights and benefits that come with legal matrimony.

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Youth in Focus: Gaurika Pant imagines a world with zero trash in our oceans

Seventeen-year-old Gaurika Pant takes on Hong Kong’s climate and environmental crises through research, school strikes, public awareness campaigns, practical lifestyle ...

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Youth in Focus: Students helping students in Hong Kong

In 2019, Hong Kong secondary school student Reese Wong founded the Inter-school Social Issues Association, an ambitious platform for young social justice warriors, with plans ...

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Animal Welfare

Hong Kong’s animal shelters overwhelmed during Covid-19

The city’s shelters and rescue groups are struggling to care for the growing numbers of homeless cats and dogs, which have been surrendered or abandoned by their owners.

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Medical masks are magnifying Hong Kong’s ongoing pollution crisis

Disposable Covid-19 gear has led to widespread pollution across Hong Kong. Let's talk about mask waste, and better alternatives.

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The Pitch: Sai Kung Stray Friends founder Narelle Pamuk learns how to pitch sponsors

Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation’s founder Narelle Pamuk learns how to pitch sponsors from Hong Kong Round Table’s Jonathan Benarr.


Her Voice: SENsational Consultancy’s Faride Shroff on why inclusivity is essential

Faride Shroff, the founder of SENsational Consultancy, explains why she’s working to cultivate a more inclusive workforce.

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The Surrogates: Is India’s strict new surrogacy law the wrong move?

For many women, India’s surrogacy programme has led to greater financial empowerment. But a new law could put an end to the practice.

Surrogates at the Akanksha Hospital and Research Institute. Photo: Deepti Asthana
Sexual Violence

A Matter Of Time: Why don’t more victims report sexual abuse?

As women speak up around the world, some communities are more accepting than others.

Ikuko Ishida speaks during an interview
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