HK Gov't Asked to Review Live-In Policy for Domestics

More than 30 organizations of migrant workers, employers, students and support groups joined forces to call on the Hong Kong government to review the mandatory live-in policy for foreign domestic helpers imposed in 2003, reports SunWeb.comThe call was issued in the wake of a raid in Discovery Bay, in which six Filipina domestic workers who were not living with their employers were arrested. Their employers are also being questioned.