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Hong Kong domestic workers want to junk excessive fees


 

This article is first published by The Diplomat.

Feliza Guy Benitez, 58, first came to Hong Kong in 1993 as a domestic worker. She was to be paid a monthly salary at 3,200 Hong Kong dollars ($413). She thought a contract of two years would be enough to help her family back home. But the family faced a series of financial problems, coaxing her to sign a new contract after another. READ MORE


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  1. “But I don’t want to leave empty-handed,” she said, wiping away tears with her wrinkled, calloused hand. -- makahilak :( unsaon man gud ni atong gobyerno oi :(

    anyway, Galeano would want more journalists like you :) buot buot ko, hahaha! but, happy kaau ko nga na-achieve nimo one of your dreams, ang ma-publish sa The Diplomat. ikaw na jud!

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  2. Thanks Labs! I hope there will more journalists like Galeano.

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