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Nimra Rabbi

Page Creation Date
2018.12.21

Page Update Date
2019.02.12

https://doi.org/10.30942/1.20181221.001
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From Urdu to Tin Hau Temple

She can speak Urdu, Cantonese and English. She loves Urdu literature but is also well-versed in the history of Tin Hau Temple. She enjoys talking, but freezes up when she is in large groups of people. She is very afraid of English, but that is what she is focusing on at university. She is Nimra Rabbi, a Pakistani and also a Hongkonger.