Under Our Shelter
Time Out says
A powerful photography exhibition organised by Centre for Refugees delving into Hong Kong society’s relationship with refugees over the years
A powerful photography exhibition with a cause, Hong Kong non-profit organisation Centre for Refugees is exhibiting a collection of new, archived and privately held-photographs to demonstrate the city's relationship with refugees.
A rare documentation of Hong Kong society’s interaction with refugees over the 20th and 21st century, from Russians and Mainland Chinese in the 1950s and 60s to Vietnamese escaping conflict in the 1970s to the asylum seekers from Africa, South Asia and the Middle East in recent years. The free exhibition has a suggested donation of $100, which goes towards the Centre for Refugees to provide better aid and support system frot those coming to our SAR for safety and sancturary.