South China Morning Post interviews Neveen Abu Elula
An article was published on November 3rd, 2013 in South China Morning Post about Neveen Abu Elula. Neveen, an 18 year-old Palestinian refugee in Syria, was one of the students chosen earlier this year to attend Li Po Chun (UWC Hong Kong) school by the Syrian National Committee.
The article features an interview with Neveen in which she talks about how the civil war in Syria forced her to flee her home in Yarmouk Camp and how she ended up studying in Hong Kong after applying to UWC Syria.
South China Morning Post was founded in 1903 as the first English-language newspaper in Hong Kong and remains one of the most popular newspapers in the region.
Read the full article here.
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