Hong Kong

A Taste of Inequality

A Taste of Inequality

140 students from Diocesan Girls’ School had a taste of inequality when they did our ‘Some, Tonnes, None’ simulation in 2018....

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‘Just waiting to die…’

‘Just waiting to die…’

When 55 year old Mr Chen visited Crossroads, he was in a desperate state. Diagnosed with stage 3 cancer, he had...

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Shattered by Workplace Injury

Shattered by Workplace Injury

Ms Wan’s life fell apart when she injured her back at work. Suddenly, she was unable to work and confined to...

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‘Poorest and Most Vulnerable’

‘Poorest and Most Vulnerable’

Marcus and his mother Mrs Yang are a tiny family of two, and they face life’s challenges as a team. Marcus...

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Dealing with Disability

Dealing with Disability

Mrs Lee came through our gates with just one item on her wishlist: a new stroller. Her little boy ‘Ricky’, aged...

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Serving HK with Dignity

Serving HK with Dignity

We love to care for people in need within Hong Kong. Our buildings are not young, though, and, much as we...

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Eden: Furnishing New Futures

Eden: Furnishing New Futures

Even in a city like Hong Kong, it can be easy for vulnerable women to fall into exploitative sex work. It...

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Akin Alliance: Helping NGOs Help Grassroots Youth

Akin Alliance: Helping NGOs Help Grassroots Youth

Where others might look at disadvantaged young people and see poverty, despair or a lack of opportunity, NGO Akin Alliance looks...

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Impact HK: Helping Make Josiah’s House a Home

Impact HK: Helping Make Josiah’s House a Home

Meet Josiah, a Hong Kong citizen living at the grassroots. He moved out of home when he was young and fell...

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