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Hong Kong Public Libraries Ignore Biggest Minorities’ Need

Written by Oiwan Lam On 25 May 2014 @ 4:43 am | 1 Comment

In Digital Activism, East Asia, English, Ethnicity & Race, Hong Kong (China), Human Rights, Indonesia, Labor, Quick Reads, Video

As government funded libraries in Hong Kong fail to serve domestic workers’ need, they have to set up mobile libraries during public holidays across the city. Tom Grundy has the story [1] in Hong Wrong. Below is a video taken by Stories Beyond the Borders showing one of the mobile libraries set up by an Indonesian domestic worker, Lulu.


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[1] has the story: http://hongwrong.com/libraries-fail-minorities/

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