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The Standard | Survey finds hurdles to hiring ethnic minorities

Respondents to the phone survey also agreed with the statement that it was understandable not to hire those from ethnic minorities because of a low proficiency in Chinese reading and writing.


Dr Simon Chan from the Baptist University's department of social work, said a tailor-made Chinese-language curriculum is needed for ethnic minority youths, as the existing curriculum is "very elementary" and doesn't meet their needs when they enter the working world.


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