Incense wafts through the damp stairwell of a six-storey residential building on Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula. The first floor houses a Chinese medicinal shop. A hotel that rents rooms by the hour sits on the second. On the fifth floor, a 40-year-old Indonesian mother sprinkles the shoulders of her five-year-old autistic son with baby powder.…

via Living Without An Identity: The ‘Heartbreaking’ Plight of Undocumented Children in Hong Kong — TIME

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