Realities of life in Hong Kong a rude awakening for Kazakhstan student now determined to be agent for change in a world threatened by plastic pollution

//Realities of life in Hong Kong a rude awakening for Kazakhstan student now determined to be agent for change in a world threatened by plastic pollution

Realities of life in Hong Kong a rude awakening for Kazakhstan student now determined to be agent for change in a world threatened by plastic pollution

Madina Kaliyeva arrived in Hong Kong four years ago from Kazakhstan hoping to learn how to become a successful businesswoman, she will leave with a better understanding of her place in the world and as an advocate for sustainability and change.Before travelling to the city, Kaliyeva had a rose-tinted view of what a “dynamic and highly developed” Hong Kong would be like. “I saw an international financial centre where east meets west,” she said.What the Polytechnic University student did not…

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