Please share with us the details of someone you know living in Hong Kong who comes from a country from the list, someone inspiring, with a story worth sharing, who has contributed to the city somehow.Nominate!
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After 8 years in Hong Kong Oskar wants to give back to the city doing a project to increase social awareness in diversity and inclusion. Having worked in related Ethnic minorities organisations, he deeply believes in the unity of all humans, regardless of race, occupation, religion or any other excuses people sometimes use to separate themselves from others.
Human stories explorer
Being a local HKer who has travelled to 37 countries, Aggie truly understands how powerful and impactful face-to-face communication can be. Her life mission is to collect and discover as many inspiring stories as possible. She's driven to slowly influence people around her to be more compassionate in order to achieve mutual understanding and respect among people across different backgrounds. She currently works in a social enterprise focusing on cultural education.
Written word magician
Being raised in Hong Kong, Alvin has long developed his loving sentiment towards his homeland. He is a new graduate of Translation Studies and Linguistics in HKU. With his passion and interests in language studies, he believes in the power of language as a good and intimate medium for everyone to get involved in the local culture of a lovely place like Hong Kong. Alvin is recently working on spreading Cantonese and local Hong Kong cultures. He is mainly responsible for the translation and language editing in the team of Dear Hong Kong.
Bradley is on the threshold of having lived in Hong Kong for longer than any other city. His years here have been characterized by the struggle of Hong Kongers to present an identity of the territory defined on its own terms rather than by ties to an outside culture. As he passes the final months before becoming a permanent resident, he has joined the Dear HK project as a photographer to help to document and share the role of Hong Kong’s diversity in the city’s emerging self-definition.