Based on this definition, Hong Kong and Western expats coming into Hong Kong do very well in terms of integrating. I think this is due to the policy of having English as an official language. However, when it comes to refugees and FDH, Hong Kong's policies are lacking. Hence the discussion of whether Hong Kong is racist/xenophobic or not should be directed there.Social integration can be seen as a dynamic and structured process in which all members participate in dialogue to achieve and maintain peaceful social relations. Social integration does not mean forced assimilation.
Social integration is focused on the need to move toward a safe, stable and just society by mending conditions of social disintegration and social exclusion - social fragmentation, exclusion and polarization; and by expanding and strengthening conditions of social integration - towards peaceful social relations of coexistence, collaboration and cohesion.