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Art exhibit showcases domestic workers’s mental health

19 April 2024

The art exhibit is ongoing at the basement of The Centre building in Central

An art exhibit entitled "Path to Well-Being," focusing on the theme Mental Health of Migrant Domestic Workers, is ongoing at the basement of The Centre building in Central, and can be accessed through its entrance along Des Voeux Road Central.

The exhibit showcases the winners of an art competition in visual art, photography and poetry, conducted by MDW Recharge Hub, a project of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.


“We each have our own mental health journey as we overcome different challenges in life, and the MDW participants shared their story through art (visual art, poetry, photography),” a statement by the organizers said.

“We asked them, ‘What is your journey towards well-being like? What challenges affected your mental well-being and how did you overcome them? How do you continue to take care of your mental health?’”

"Diversity" by Rosalie D. Razon

The Visual Arts competition was won by “Diversity”, painted by Filipina Rosalie Dulay Razon, who has been working in Hong Kong since 2014. A member of Guhit Kulay, she is self-taught and uses painting as a therapy.

Second was “The Key” by Jonalyn Macalalad Molina and third was “It’s Okay to be Okay” by Maria Christina C. Anire.

"Comfort Zone" by Sucjati

Topping the photography competition was “Comfort Zone”, taken by Indonesia’s Sucjati, who has been working in Hong Kong for nine years and has been dabbling in photography since 2019.

Second placer was “Thriving and Living” by Marian Vinissa Zorilla and third was “My Way” by Tonette Rodriguez Albo.


The poetry competition was won by Hannan Azka Tuminem for “Symphony of the Soul”.

Placing second was “Tower of Dreams” by Kristine Barbo and third was “Journey to a Healthy Living” by Jonnalyn R. Paredes.


The exhibit is open until April 21 (open daily from 9am to 6pm) at The Center, 99 Queen's Road Central. 

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