HAC 55th Anniversary Celebration

In 2018, HAC is celebrating its 55th Anniversary. A series of activities will be launched for celebration. 23 April 2018 is the world reading day, we have selected story programmes related to five senses hold in Kowloon and Outlying islands to read and play with children.

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HAC website maintenance

HAC website is under maintenance, online registration service may suspend until further notice, sorry for any inconvenience cause.

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Lamma Story Garden

Spring has come! The little snails are active again for their adventure. You are welcome to bring your children to join our storytelling programme on Lamma Island. For more details, please call 29822173.

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Kindergarten charity wall day

Children received lots of red packets during Lunar New Year period. SDM Chatsworth International Kindergarten encouraged children to share their fortune on charity cause. On 24 February 2018, dozens of children and parents gathered at Kowloon Tong school campus to paint a charity wall. The proceeds were donated to HAC to buy quality picture books and held storytelling workshops for children and parents from grass roots families.

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Generation Integration via storytelling

15 energetic elderly people received professional storytelling training and started serving the grass roots community. Ms. Micy Lui, District Social Welfare Officer, Wong Tai Sin & Sai Kung, Social Welfare Department also joined us on 9 March 2018. She shared and demonstrated the fun of playing traditional children games. This Story Buddy project was funded by Operation Santa Claus and intends to spread the seeds of storytelling in the community via energetic elderly.

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Story Tea House

40 children members from Chuk Yuen Centre received 10 sessions of training in the past few months. They learnt how to play the African drum, how to make dim sum food and designed a calendar. On 3 February 2018, these children visited an elderly home located in Wong Tai Sin. They performed and share the festive joy with the senior citizens. This project is funded by Societe Generale and Partnership Fund for the Disadvantaged, it enhanced children mind-set to solve a social issue, i.e. the ageing population with creative methods.

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Secrets of a Little Rabbit

4 January 2018, 9 volunteers from Deacons visited Storyland and shared with them a story related to the law concept of "Privacy". Volunteers brought their own guitar and sang song with the kids. Good quality books were given to children to bring home and continue reading with parents, cultivating their interest on reading and sharing.

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Rich and Poor Banquet

30 volunteers from Hip Hing - Vibro Volunteer Group brought a special experience to 30 of our children members. They shared a Japanese picture book "When I am having noodle…" and taught the food demand issue around the world. With props and games related to famine, children role played the rich and the poor. After this programme, children got to cherish more what they have in life.

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Programming for Robots

W. L. Gore & Associates (HK) Limited fully sponsored 15 children in a robot assembly workshop in December 2017. All children got the chance to do computer programming and make their own robot for the first time. On 29 December volunteers witnessed the fruitful result and the children are thankful to the unforgettable experience the company brought to them.

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Development of Patience in Storytelling

Auntie Mei, 64 years old, is a part-time telephone operator. She deals with all kinds of customers and solves problem for them. By the end of 2017, she joined the "Story Wonderland" project and learnt techniques on storytelling. "You need to be very patient with young kids, this training also helps me in my work. The tutor taught us to think further about the story and make props to assist the story plot. We learnt a lot of practical skills in the process."

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