HK Magazine: Why Move4Migrants?
Pradyumn Dayal: When I was around 12, I entered a contest to speak about a charity of my choice. I reached out to a health service for South Asian migrants hoping to get a good story for my entry. I went to see what their medical [services] were like and realized that Hong Kong has this worldclass medical system, but language and cultural barriers prevent ethnic minorities from accessing it. Later, I got to know ethnic minority DSE candidates who dropped out of school to become box stackers at supermarkets. I was raised to believe dropping out is not an option. Yet those kids felt carrying on wasn’t worth it. That opened my eyes to the real issues they were facing.