Ethnicity is a debated word in the social science that addresses in a way that neither the
perception of nation nor race can. The race is a socially developed idea that has been generally
viewed as logical certainty. Race suffers as a social referent since it identifies with the manners
by which individuals are classified and treated due to physical attributes (Lin & Scherz, 2014).
Nationality, in its cutting edge sense, identifies with the sway of a country state and the lawful
status of having a place. Ethnicity is essential to the two ideas as it identifies with a blend of
personalities that are acquired, credited, and embraced (Lin & Scherz, 2014).
Previous research conducted on students associated with ethnic minority backdrop indicates that
they have a lesser completion rate as compared to non-minority persons in higher education
completion. This research shows an in-depth perceptive of the challenges that ethnic minority
teenagers face to further their higher education studies concerning the intensity of school
dropouts within ethnic outnumbered teenagers in Hong Kong. The research also furthers to look
into what strategies can be laid to raise the voices of the ethnic outnumbered students
What are the bounds behind achieving higher education within ethnic minority teenagers in Hong Kong?
What is the nature of the underachieved South Asian students?
What strategies can be laid to raise the voices of ethnic teenagers in Hong Kong?