HK: So what are the issues?
PD: They don’t have specialized healthcare that addresses their physiological and cultural needs. For example, many ethnic minority girls who are undergoing puberty can’t see male doctors. We want to help change that by expanding the scale of the medical [services]. The other thing is a lot of younger people from ethnic minorities don’t have the right mindset for professional development, so we organize career development workshops and seminars. We also organize sports classes to encourage kids to develop their talents. Hong Kong needs new blood to progress, and we want to empower young minorities to take on that role: Not just by giving them basic services, but by taking into account everything they need to lead effective lives.