Hongkongers in Britain face worst winter for 30 years
Andrew Leung peers through the windscreen of his car. The sky is grey, turning black. The road is covered with frost and driving is difficult. He is in a rush – he must deliver the packets of groceries in the back of his car to the customers before 1800.
Andrew is one of thousands of Hong Kong migrants to Britain who has had to accept a new job, paying less than what he earned here, to make a living. "I must learn where the houses are and the best route. Driving in these conditions is not easy. But it is a good way to learn about my new home city (in the British Midlands)". The groceries come from Tesco and Morrisons, two of Britain’s biggest supermarket chains. ...