The NGO helping Hongkongers with disabilities fight prejudice and break into the workforce

//The NGO helping Hongkongers with disabilities fight prejudice and break into the workforce

The NGO helping Hongkongers with disabilities fight prejudice and break into the workforce

Speaking slowly and softly, Hong Kong student Jackel Choi Kin-hang says job-hunting is a painful experience.The 23-year-old suffers from a speech impairment that makes his voice low and shaky. It’s a condition he has had since childhood.Choi will graduate from an environmental science major at the University of Hong Kong this year and wants to be a conservationist protecting the environment. However, searching for jobs can be difficult.“I applied for three or four internships, but as soon as I…

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