Let's Chat Papa, Mama

‘‘Let’s Chat, Papa, Mama’ is a video series with real life stories from the ethnic minority community in Hong Kong.

 

The aim of this series is to address certain topics that relate to mental health and addiction issues, alternative careers, as well as the importance of education, of learning Cantonese, and of integrating one’s own faith-based practices into daily life while also immersing into local culture.

 

Through these real life stories, we hope to inspire people in the ethnic minority and provide a way to open dialogue with their families and peers.

 

The videos are in English but with versions with Urdu and Hindi subtitles.

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Importance of Education

Meet Kash who tells us the story of her life and the importance of her education that has created financial freedom and opportunities for her and her family’s happiness and livelihood.

English

Hindi (Subtitle)

Urdu (Subtitle)

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Drugs, Mental Health and Seeking

Meet Himie and Mahek who open their hearts to talk about their difficulties with mental health and addiction and the tools that continue to heal them.

English

Hindi (Subtitle)

Urdu (Subtitle)

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Alternative Career Paths

Meet Muk and Vivek who reveal their career journey from a more traditional way to a new way that has led to their happiness and success.

English

Hindi (Subtitle)

Urdu (Subtitle)

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Importance of Attendance at Schools and Cantonese

Meet New Delilly and Rizwan on how consistently attending school and learning Cantonese can create unimaginable opportunities in life and work.

English

Hindi (Subtitle)

Urdu (Subtitle)

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Embed the Local Culture

Meet Chief Imam Mohammed and Zarifa who give good advice on how to integrate into local culture while respecting one’s own custom and faith.

English

Hindi (Subtitle)

Urdu (Subtitle)

Funded by:

Caring for Our Kids - Funding Scheme for Children's Well-being and Development funded by the Commission on Children

© 2021 The Zubin Mahtani Gidumal Foundation Limited (registered charity in Hong Kong - IR 91/12344)