Storytelling with happiness

When you were telling a story about a dinosaur, a kid got scared and started to cry, what did you do?Yau Tsz Yu, a ten-year-old storyteller reacted calmly, “May I put the monster in the cage for you?” The kid accepted immediately and stopped crying. This summer, Tsz Yu stayed in Storyland and told stories to dozens of children and adults weekly. Even though Tsz Yu was young, his improvisation skill was amazing.

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The HKCSS Convention 2017

Staff in charge of “Read to Change Project” were invited as guest speakers to share on “Innovation in Service Design” session in The HKCSS Convention 2017 cum 70th Anniversary. The event took place on 1 Nov 2017 at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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Six Hundred Parents and Children Join Lamma Treasure Hunt

On 4 November 2017, HAC Lamma Treasure Hunt was held at Yung Shue Wan on Lamma. Over 200 parents and children explored the characteristic of small shops on the main street. In the afternoon, creative market was held at Yung Shue Wan plaza to link up elderly people and younger generations with stories and games. A total of 600 people participated throughout the whole day. HAC printed a limited edition of stamps for everyone to express their blessing in a message to elderly on postcards.

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Christmas Charity Caroling

Hong Kong Chamber Flutes will present a Christmas Recital on 17 December 2017. All funds raised from ticketing will be donated to Hans Andersen Club for creative storytelling activities for underprivileged children. For online ticketing and enquiries, please visit www.hkchamberflutes.org. Tickets are open for sale on 25 Nov 2017. Please come to support this special event and enjoy some flute music with us!

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A present for future

What is your vision for Hong Kong and yourself ten years from now? Time flies, your choices today determine your tomorrow. On 4 November (Sat), the HAC creative market on Lamma Island prepares limited edition stamps and postcard for special guests. You and your friends are welcome to join the event and create your own future on site. You deserve the best for a new page of your life!

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Native English Teacher in Tai O

Vandra Jean Joseph lives on Lantau Island for over 20 years, she loves the quietness and green environment of the island. Nine months ago, she learnt that Tai O centre was in need of an English tutor, since then, she started to teach children from kindergarten and primary school.

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New phase of “Read to Change” programme

Funded by Drs Richard Charles & Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation, “Read to Change” programme (new phase) is launched in 2017 in collaboration with Dr. Annis Fung, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Social Science of the City University of Hong Kong and her research team. HAC used the Social Information Process (SIP) as theoretical base and storytelling skills as a means to enhance emotional intelligence and social skills of P.1-4 students.

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Slow Walker in Tai O

This programme shows city dwellers the history and harmonious environment of Tai O. Participants are encouraged to slow down their pace and observe the surroundings via stories and artwork.

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Story Tea House in Lok Fu

The population ageing problem in Hong Kong needs creative solutions. HAC is glad to receive the support from Societe Generale and Partnership Fund for the Disadvantaged to launch the captioned project. 70 children will be trained to serve the elderly people in East Kowloon districts.

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Story Tea House in Lok Fu

With the guidance from professional tutors, children will explore the social need of the elderly people in their own community. Children will use their creativity to solve the social issue.

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