Epidemic and 40-year-high inflation stalk HK migrants in UK
The website of the Trinity Church in Sutton, southwest London, is written in English and traditional Chinese – 歡迎香港人, Welcome Hong Kong people. "The middle of a pandemic is not an easy time to arrive in a new country and we want to support you as you settle here," it reads.
This is the work of Methodist minister Kan Yu, who emigrated from Hong Kong to Britain 20 years ago and has set up the Sutton Hongkongers Fellowship with more than 250 members. "We offer immigrants a way to share their language, culture and emotions," she said.
The Trinity Church is one of 650 churches in the UK which have united to support the new arrivals. Its website offers help with education, finding a job, housing, visas and obtaining domestic help. ...