Chermaine Lee

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Chermaine Lee

Chermaine Lee is a multimedia journalist based in Hong Kong. She cover political, human rights, environmental and social issues locally and internationally. Her bylines appear on Washington Post, BBC, CNN, Thomson Reuters, BuzzFeed, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong Free Press, among others.

My online portfolio: https://chermaineleesm.wixsite.com/jportfolio

 
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A profile of a female frontline protester in Hong Kong's ongoing anti-government protests - Every Friday, Alexa dines at home with her father, a single man who she says is unaware of his daughter’s secret. Afterward, the 21-year-old college student kisses her teddy bear good night.


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Could you live an hour from your spouse? The disproportionately expensive housing market in Hong Kong is forcing families to live separately – with few remedies in sight.


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http://www.culturalmasseur.hk/zh-hant/node/302

說到法國充滿熱情的歌劇《卡門》,馬上浮現於腦海的是那個咀咬鮮紅玫塊,眼神挑逗的美女,似乎《卡門》是愛情、情慾和嫉妒的故事。在法國五月藝術節中,衛斯皮烈尼導演的《卡門》,把吉卜賽女郎塑造成一個勇於追求自由的女性,不受愛情、男人所牽絆,這種有著現代女性主義色彩的演譯超越時空,令觀眾對這十九世紀的歌劇有強烈共鳴。


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Many of Hong Kong’s migrant domestic workers face low wages, poor accommodation and – oftentimes – abuse and debt bondage. With families to support back home, some are forced to make tough choices.


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Cheung Muk-gun’s home is an illegal, wooden shack under a highway in one of the poorest areas of Hong Kong, where sky-high property prices and a yawning wealth gap have helped fuel a surge in homelessness.


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The lack of cross-border regulations and coordination on genetic editing in general – and gene editing on embryos specifically – has emerged a key concern for industry leaders and regulators and a timely topic at the Second International Summit on Human Genome Editing in Hong Kong on Tuesday


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Zheng Churan began to run when she had run out of options to save her husband from the police.


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https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/article/2186753/homeless-hong-kong-why-men-account-nearly-nine-10-street

The NGO put the number of registered street sleepers in Hong Kong at 1,127 in 2017; the number of unregistered people sleeping rough is not known. The reason for the wide gender gap, according to SoCo community organiser Ng Wai-tung, is that homeless men tend to be too proud, and ashamed to ask for help.


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More than 1 million protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday, organizers said, to oppose a controversial extradition bill that would enable China to extradite fugitives from the city.


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