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Bonding Over Food: Hong Kong asylum seekers share their stories over home-cooked meals

Table of Two Cities is a community project documenting the tales of asylum seekers through storytelling events, told through food.

8 Mar, 2021

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Profiles

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

Rohingya refugees at a camp in Bangladesh. Credit: Moin Uddin
News Feature

Crisis on the horizon: Rohingya refugees say they are ‘living in fear’ of COVID-19 outbreak

An internet blackout, overcrowding, poor sanitation and a global pandemic are a recipe for disaster in Bangladeshi refugee camps, where more than a million Rohingya Muslims have sought refuge.

11 May, 2020

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Infographics

A Global Crisis: The plight of refugees by the numbers

We explain the plight of refugees around the world through statistics and infographics.

1 Dec, 2019

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Interviews

Art of Defiance: 6 refugees find purpose and passion

Having fled political instability and, in some cases, violence, these six Hong Kong-based asylum seekers and refugees share one thing in common: they are survivors.

1 Dec, 2019

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Photo Essays

Utopia: A day in the life of a Hong Kong asylum seeker

From the Greek ou (not) and topos (place), utopia literally means 'non-place'. Through this lens, Hong Kong is a utopia, a 'non-place' for asylum seekers. Home, too, is remote, indefinite – a ...

1 Dec, 2019

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Interviews

Local Voices: Discussing the plight of Asylum Seekers

We ask activists and refugees, students, journalists, professors, and lawmakers about issues facing asylum seekers in Hong Kong and Macao.

1 Dec, 2019

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Interviews

Her Voice: Photojournalist Nicole Tung on why she covers conflict zones

Photojournalist Nicole Tung shares her experience reporting in the world’s most dangerous conflict zones.

1 Dec, 2019

Onia Merina, a Malagasy woman who escaped a human trafficking ring in Fuzhou, China
Long Reads

Malagasy human trafficking victims seek refuge in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, victims of labour and sex trafficking are among the most vulnerable types of asylum seekers.

1 Dec, 2019

A family from Togo finds themselves stranded in Hong Kong
Long Reads

Lost Generation: The children of asylum seekers face an avalanche of challenges

Children in Hong Kong’s asylum-seeking community face numerous obstacles when it comes to education and psychological support, leading to a lack of purpose, stability and identity.

1 Dec, 2019

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