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As one of Hong Kong’s leading domestic helper agencies, we seek to effectively act as a bridge and a mediator between employers and maids at all times to avoid job termination.  

Hong Kong is a small, metropolitan city, and the size of our flats are quite miniscule. By law, maids are required to stay at their employers' homes. Therefore, helper-employer relationships are prone to miscommunication and frequent arguments. That is when we step in - aiming to minimize conflict and compromise the most suitable environment for both ends.

We are always there to hear your thoughts.

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Susan Famadula holds Ka-hei, 3, the child of her employers whom she is hired to look after, in Hong Kong, March 5, 2012. Susan, from Pangasinan province in the Philippines, has been working as a domestic helper in the city for 15 years in order to send remittances back to her family and give her children a good education. Talking to her family on the Internet is her lifeline, connecting her with those she feeds thousands of miles away. Picture taken March 5, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer  (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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To serve our customers from the heart  

"We strive to match the right helpers with employers by our ears, listening to both sides and solve your problems."

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