To commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, NGO Hong Kong Unison is hosting dual exhibitions – “Life.Minority” and “She Says.” They feature portraits and stories of ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. The photojournalist behind the images is the award-winning Lam Chun-tung.
The free-of-charge exhibition aims to deconstruct stereotypes and tell the life and stories of ethnic minorities of Hong Kong, who – like many Hongkongers – are working hard for a better future in the city.
Hong Kong Unison is a registered charity that serves and advocates policy reforms for ethnic minority residents.
The exhibitions “Life.Minority” and “She Says” will be held on March 5, between 10:30am and 6:30pm, at the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, Shek Kip Mei.

Hong Kong Unison is a charity and NGO which advocates for policy reforms for Hong Kong's ethnic minority residents. It receives no government funding and aims to promote racial equality in the city.