Chung Sze Ki

1. Ethnic Diversity and Inclusive School Environments added by Adrian Li: 80/100

This article highlights that the inclusive school contexts can promote psychological and social adjustment and enhance learning among students. Changing demographics and 21st-century workplace needs suggest that ethnic diversity is one important dimension of inclusion to consider.

2. Hong Kong Food: 20 Famous Dishes You Should Try added by Chan Chun Lam. 90/100

The article shows the 20 popular local foods in Hong Kong, which includes from roadside stalls to world-class restaurants. Since Hong Kong is known as the "World's Food Fair", it offers a wide variety of choices when it comes to food.

3. What Does Multicultural Place Look Like? added by Wakino Asuka: 85/100

The article shows that successful multicultural spaces are important places where different people can mix together and where other people can spend time cultivating relationships with others in their own unique cultural group.

4. Gender stereotyping can be reduced at a young age with proper intervention added by Erica Yeung: 75/100

There is a study conducted aiming to reduce Hong Kong children's prejudices against the LGBT community. The results show that the biases towards gender roles can be reduced by introducing positive attitudes towards gender-nonconforming students by explaining that they share values and traits which are common to everyone.

5. Hollywood’s Inclusion Problems Still Run Deep, Study Finds added by Chan Cheuk Yu: 80/100

The article addresses the lack of representation of racial and gender minorities, as well as those with disabilities, in Hollywood. According to the article, protagonists in Hollywood films were more diverse than ever in 2019, and there were more women behind the camera. But in many other areas, like speaking roles, behind-the-scenes jobs, LGBTQ representation, parts for people with disability. Hollywood remains far from reflecting the makeup of its American audiences.

6. A third of Hong Kong children have special educational needs added by Asiya Yu :75/100

The article addresses that there is a lack of understanding and opportunities confines these children to a future of low-level jobs. Although the government has pledged to do more to integrate them into the education system, experts fear it will not be enough.

7. COVID-19 has worsened gender inequality added by Kay Chung: 80/100

The article addressed that there are more women who have lost their jobs due to the impact of the coronavirus crisis than men. According to a report about COVID-19 and gender equality, women make up almost two-fifths of the global labor force but have suffered more than half of total job losses from the crisis. That’s left them 1.8 times more vulnerable to the pandemic’s impact than men.

8. Changes in Gender Inequality in Asia added by Kay Chung: 75/100

The article addresses the egregious gender inequality problem in many Asian countries. Gender inequality in Asia has been pervasive in the continent’s history and remains an issue in modern-day society. For example, in Asia, collectively, fewer than 20% of those who work in politics are women. In China, there is an extreme gender imbalance with 120 males for every 100 females in the Chinese population.

9. A Checklist For Sustaining Diversity And Inclusion In Your Organization During A Pandemic added by Mock Hussain Ho Yin : 80/100

The article shows a checklist for business leaders and social entrepreneurs to understand what they are doing right and where they need to improve, in order to sustain Diversity and inclusion while dealing with the obvious business fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.

10. Will Hong Kong run out of food because of the coronavirus pandemic? Added by Chi Chau Hang: 90/100

The article is discussing the question of whether or not there will be a problem of food shortage, while Hong Kong’s food supply has now largely resumed to normalcy. Also, it talks about how will Hong Kong be affected by the disruption of the global food supply chain in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

11.10 Things You Can Do to Make Your Class Socially Inclusive added by Li Wang Hei : 90/100

The article highlights that inclusive schools are places where educational barriers are removed and students of all abilities are educated in general education classrooms and lists 10things we can do to make our classes inclusive.

12.Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Young People added by Su Meiwen : 85/100

The article shows us what is the symptoms for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and teaches us how to deal with it when we find the children with PTSD.

13. The Real Reason We Don't Exercise added by Hung Wai Kwan : 80/100

The article discusses the real reason we don't exercise is our desire to avoid any experience of discomfort. People often say they don’t exercise because they have no time, but in the same breath talk about how much they want to get healthy, and how much they believe exercise is the path to better health.

14. Hong Kong is diverse, but far from inclusive; here’s how we can change that added by Yasmine Colette Casupanan : 80/100

As a cosmopolitan city with a vibrant and unique history of immigration, Hong Kong is one of the most multicultural cities in East Asia. The article shows Hong Kong is diverse, but far from inclusive; and highlights how we can change that.

15. Disability inclusion added by Chen Hsin-mei : 90/100

This guide summarises some of the most rigorous available evidence on the key debates and challenges of disability inclusion in development and humanitarian response.