Analyses | Education and human resources | 2015-04-06 | Sing Tao

Colour matters

‘Hong Kong’s our home’ sounds warm and welcoming, but can local ethnic minorities make themselves at home, and do local Chinese consider them as ‘family members’? The Centre’s weekly analysis explores whether they can blend into local life in terms of language, area of living, work and education. The article points out that while studies show the majority of local Chinese accept different races, but on individual matters such as being neighbours and choosing schools for their children, differences with regard to various races stand out.

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.