It’s taken two years for the team at Dear Hong Kong, a non-profit social project that promotes diversity and identity, to interview, photograph and translate the stories of almost 100 inspiring people from around the world who now call Hong Kong home. Now their labour of love – a 200-page bilingual book featuring these stories and photographs – is complete.For Dear Hong Kong co-founder Oskar Valles, who was born in Spain but has spent nine years in the city, the book is a way to give back while…


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