Living in Hong Kong, ethnic minorities are being alienated due to the differences in appearance. It is hard for them to merge in the society due to the difficulties in communication and various stereotypes about them.
Miss Nina is an immigrant living in Shek Kip Mei Estate, living with two sons and husband, who suffers from mental illness. With no job, they can only rely on government subsidies.
Although Hong Kong is a well-equipped city, there are still many obstacles for them. Miss Nisa mentioned that their life in Hong Kong is tough as they bear difficulties in different aspects such as living and academy. For example, they see desk, an item of common furniture as luxury and could not afford to buy it. Yet, despite all the burdens, miss Nisa hopes that she can provide a decent learning environment for her sons.
Fortunately, the Integrated Family Service Centre recommended our organization to miss Nisa, so that we could help them in making a desk without costs.
With all the privileges, it may be hard for Hong Kong people to feel the difficulties of ethnic minorities. Yet, we can always lend a hand, and let them feel the hospitality in Hong Kong so that they can feel less lonely and tough.