Lynnie 's journey
Let's remember our Overseas Filipinos. Hong Kong is my second home. Many of us in the Philippine community will have ties with Hong Kong. Either we will have relatives working there or maybe we are working there ourselves. It is sad to see disruption and chaos returning to the streets of a city that many of us now call home. Latest news HERE
Let's remember why they are there, why they choose to live in a city which is basically under siege from militant demonstrators and hard liners Mainland backed police forces alike. They are there so they can put food on their family's table, so their children can have a good education, so their father can get the medical treatment they so badly need.
They are truly heroes in these difficult times. Many of them put up with bad employers who disrespect them, who mistreat them, and who value them so little despite the care our sisters provide to their families. Without the support our sisters give to the Hong Kong community their economy would collapse, yet they are ignored and abused by some police when they make a complaint, and the Hong Kong laws are discriminatory and biased. Keep them in your hearts and your minds while you enjoy peace and freedom with your families.
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Lynnie supported her elderly parents her working life – she still does. She’s the breadwinner of her family in the Philippines, Hard times and troubles have made her strong and determined and given her a really positive attitude. Now a fulltime housewife and a Mother, she still has time for her hobby, photography, and loves to share. She believes that being a positive thinker helps with stress management and can improve health. She is also member of the Rotary Inner Wheel Charity Organization in United Kingdom.