The Plight of Hong Kong’s Domestic Work…

Early in the morning on a street in Hong Kong’s Central district, workers rushing to offices, hands occupied with briefcases and Starbucks, pay little attention to a woman in dark colors holding a package. “I am waiting for my friend from the Philippines to give her something to carry to the Philippines to give my son, ‘’ said the woman, who identified herself only as Angela. The 47-year-old Filipina has worked in the city for 12 years for different employers – none, she says, as bad as her current one.

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