Low-income ethnic minority families in Hong Kong’s Tung Chung given food, relief amid pandemic

When Shaheen and her husband moved from Pakistan to Hong Kong 14 years ago, she could not have been happier. He had found work in the airport’s cargo area, giving her time to get used to life in the bustling metropolis.After a year, they had a son – now aged 13 – and later a daughter, who is now 11. “I had a very happy life. My husband was very loving and caring,” Shaheen said.But then disaster struck. In 2013, while standing at a bus stop in Hong Kong, Shaheen’s husband suffered a fatal heart…