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Rida

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2020.01.07

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2020.06.08

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Broadening the definition of identity and looking at yourself in a new light

Rida (Mak Lai Ah) is a part-time tutor. After graduating from the Landscape Architecture program at THEi, because she loves children, she took on a job of teaching children of ethnic minorities. She teaches them how to make models and how to use 3D-design software. When it comes to children, you can always see the twinkles in Rida's eyes. However, when reflecting on her identity, one can see her hesitation. How exactly did she experience the challenges and opportunities fallen on her because of her identity? Moreover, how does she define ‘Hongkonger’?

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