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Domestic helpers Elaine (Left) and "Melissa" have learned to make an Indian dish called samosas at their free cooking training class at the Taste of Hope social enterprise in Hong Kong June 28, 2016.

Chef Kaushic Biswas (2nd R) and his co-trainer Preston Hartwick pose with their students (L-R) Joy, Elaine, Gloria and Elsa at the training center of Taste of Hope in Hong Kong, September 5, 2016

Chef Kaushic Biswas (2nd R) and his co-trainer Preston Hartwick pose with their students (L-R) Joy, Elaine, Gloria and Elsa at the training center of Taste of Hope in Hong Kong, September 5, 2016.n

Photos provide by a Third Party/Taste of Hope/Maylin Hartwick

Domestic helpers Elaine (Left) and “Melissa” have learned to make an Indian dish called samosas at their free cooking training class at the Taste of Hope social enterprise in Hong Kong June 28, 2016. Photos provide by a Third Party/Taste of Hope/Maylin Hartwick

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