OFW-turned-photographer Xyza Bacani presents the life of migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong and their fight for justice
HONG KONG – International Migrants Day is celebrated every August 18. We plant seeds of awareness about what is happening to migrant workers and hope to harvest change someday.
Our modern day heroes must not to be treated as modern slaves.
“900 square feet of Hidden Hope” is a photo story about domestic workers who are victims of human rights abuse in Hong Kong and their fight for justice. They are not just victims – they are survivors. – Rappler.com
Xyza Cruz Bacani is a 27-year-old female photographer based in Hong Kong. Her photos have been published in The New York Times and other foreign publications.
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