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Hong Kong’s jobless residents struggling through pandemic find lifeline in fridges filled with free food

Wong Wai-kit has lost count of the number of times he came across desperate people scavenging for leftovers at restaurants and food courts since the Covid-19 pandemic hit Hong Kong in early 2020.Sometimes he would discreetly offer some of his own meal, and it would be accepted and eaten gratefully.“I tried not to make them feel they were a bunch of poor and miserable people waiting for my almsgiving. They had their dignity,” said Wong, 40, founder of several social enterprises that help…

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