Bayer, who is Fariha Salma, lives in Hong Kong. Born and growing there. Age is only 20 years. But the dream is too big. Want to work for Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities rights And so the country’s MP (MP) wants to be elected. That’s why Farihar is ready.
Bangladeshi-born Fariha is dreaming of being a member of Hong Kong as a representative of ethnic minorities.
Fariha can speak fluent Cantonese, Mandarin, Bengali, Hindi, English and Filipino languages. The message agency provided information on the UNB.
“I want to see more representatives from the government on behalf of ethnic minorities,” said Fariha, a Hong Kong-based newspaper, South China Morning Post. So that Hong Kong can become a better place for them to live. ‘
Hong Kong City University student Farhiha is working as a member of the Legislative Council. Until then, very few South Asian people have been members of the Legislative Council.
Fiera’s father and mother went to Hong Kong from Bangladesh as a local branch manager of a garment factory 25 years ago. Later, they got settled in the hope of a better life of their children. Four-member Fariha’s family has 15-year-old younger brother, besides his parents.
Fariha started learning Cantonese language from the age of two, and now she is spontaneous like locals in that language. Fariha said that this language is one of the key keys to build a good career in Hong Kong, ‘Cantonese is very important. If I did not know the language, I would have had a terrible problem to find jobs as much degree as I could. This language is the culture of the country. It’s very important to stay here. ‘
When most minorities took Cantonese language as a second language while studying in schools, Fariha acquired it as an essential language at the time.
Not only in class but as a matter of studies, learning to learn Cantonese as well as watching television plays, Farhiha was drowned in local magazines. Even after studying in the magazine, he again wrote from the book and wrote it in the book.
Farihar’s hard work really did. Now he has got mixed up with the local community. 90 percent of his friends are local. ‘If I was not interested in learning Cantona, then what I received today would not have been possible,’ said Fariha.
Fariha also said, “I realize that I am lucky, that has happily grown in Hong Kong, but it is not the same for many around me. They have to face many obstacles. Even after getting admitted to kindergarten, open the bank account or rent the house.
According to the 2016 census, Hong Kong has 5,84,383 minorities, which is 8 percent of the city’s total population. Apart from the householders, the number is 2,063,593, which is 3.6 percent of the total population.