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Hong Kong mothers speak out about the realities of ‘working from home’ during Covid-19

As many Hong Kong parents work remotely due to Covid-19, women now find themselves pulling double duty.

16 Oct, 2020

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Join TEDxTinHau Countdown to rally for climate change during Covid-19

As the pandemic looms large, TEDxTinHau Countdown will dedicate this year’s event to climate change with a mix of in-person and live-streamed events on Saturday, 17 October.

14 Oct, 2020

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Unchecked trafficking takes a human toll in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, up to 9,000 migrant workers could be victims of human trafficking. We speak with the Justice Centre’s Rachel Li to find out why.

8 Oct, 2020

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#impact: A Hong Kong podcast that cares

We caught up with #impact podcast founder and host, Regina Larko, who is on a mission to raise awareness about social issues in Hong Kong.

25 Sep, 2020

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Why mental wellbeing is essential for vulnerable populations during Covid-19

As the pandemic continues, Soul Conscious Community brings meditation and stress management to Hong Kong’s homeless and disabled communities.

25 Sep, 2020

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Being Black in Hong Kong

Nigerian writer and creative Christopher Onoja explains what it’s like to be Black in Hong Kong.

17 Sep, 2020

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Sea of Hope: Hongkongers set sail for marine conservation

Setting sail from office life, Sarah Yip and Rex Law have devoted their time to researching Hong Kong’s endangered Chinese white dolphins.

12 Sep, 2020

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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.

10 Sep, 2020

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Hong Kong politician Jeffrey Andrews says city must improve its treatment of ethnic minorities

This summer, Jeffrey Andrews became the first ethnic minority to run for the local council in Hong Kong. His dream? To bring real change for ethnic minorities, who face discrimination and segregation ...

3 Sep, 2020

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Stranded in Hong Kong: The plight of domestic workers during COVID-19

Up to 200,000 domestic workers have lost their jobs and are now stranded in Hong Kong during the pandemic, exposing harsh realities of being a migrant worker in the city

2 Sep, 2020

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