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Behind the badge: Who was Kimmy Koh, the first woman to serve on Hong Kong’s police force?

Kimmy Koh, Hong Kong’s first female police officer, paved the way for women to join the force and fought against corruption.

2 Mar, 2021

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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 changes and meaningful artwork.

5 Nov, 2020

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On the Brink: Photojournalist Arati Kumar-Rao investigates the devastating impacts of climate change in South Asia

An environmental photographer and journalist, Arati Kumar-Rao hopes to inspire change by documenting the impact of climate change across marginalised communities in South Asia.

29 Oct, 2020

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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 to launch the city’s ...

5 Oct, 2020

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Jobs, sports and community: Macao disability advocate unpacks how to support people with intellectual disabilities

Ada Lo, a member of the Macao government’s Rehabilitation Affairs Committee and longtime advocate for people with disabilities shares her thoughts on how vocational training programmes, athletics ...

23 Jul, 2020

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Noah’s Journey: Life as an Asian-Canadian trans man

Chinese-Canadian Noah Yang has been documenting his female-to-male transition in the hopes of empowering others.

3 Jun, 2020

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What I learned from raising a son with severe autism

As a single mother in Macao, Ruby Lou explains how love, trust, patience and encouragement helped her autistic son reach his full potential.

1 Jun, 2020

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An ultra-marathon runner’s race against depression

In 2018, Vivi Cheung became the first woman from Macao to complete the Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc.

27 May, 2020

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Right At Home: How Cradle of Hope supports Macao’s most vulnerable children

Cradle of Hope provides shelter and developmental support to vulnerable children in Macao.

1 Apr, 2020

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Last Word: Remembering Dr Joanna Tse, Hong Kong’s Daughter

Remembering Dr Joanna Tse Yuen-man, who lost her life while treating victims of SARS.

1 Apr, 2020

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