Equal Opportunities Commission


E-news Issue 251


Drop by EOC’s photo exhibition at The Mills

From now until 26 February 2021, the EOC will be staging an exhibition at 1/F Atrium, The Mills, Tsuen Wan featuring original photographic works by marginalised communities, including people living with depression, deaf people, people with visual challenges, non-Chinese students, migrant workers, carers, immigrant women from mainland China, and the LGBT community.

The event marks the latest highlight of the EOC’s campaign “The Way We Are”, a collaboration with 14 civil society groups aimed at empowering disadvantaged groups to express their hopes and aspirations through the medium of photography. The EOC previously launched a virtual exhibition last December, with over 130 photographs under four themes, namely “Different and Equal”, “Where We Belong”, “Voices of Womanhood” and “Battling Stigma”. Some of the contributing photographers have also been interviewed by Hong Kong-born Indian YouTuber New Dellily in a series of videos posted on the campaign website.

The campaign is part of the celebratory programme of the EOC’s 25th anniversary this year. Click the link below to learn about our other initiatives.