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Issue 72 March 2016
 
 

Community Harmony

"I started my second life by helping children after my retirement. It is very rewarding to see children’s development and to connect with the community.” Michael Charles Pratt shared, a part time tutor of Tai O Centre in HAC.


Fairy Mentorship On Stage

The partnership between HAC and NWS Holdings has entered its 12th consecutive year. This year, we are going to launch the Fairy Mentorship On Stage. Children participants will visit the workplace of their mentors and based on that experience perform a drama show related to the good conduct of responsible staff. Professional drama tutors will help these children create a show for this purpose.


Read to Change Project

HAC collaborated with City University of Hong Kong to research the impact of storytelling on children’s social development.The research was conducted from September 2015 to March 2016. Children members from Chuk Yuen Centre and Diana Boyd Wilson Centre were divided into two separate groups for assessment in 16 sessions. The results will be announced by the end of 2016.


Speed Jam

By meticulously rearranging contemporary pop songs and making use of their simplicity and looping elements,Speed Jam lets people without musical background learn to play a musical instrument in a song, while fitting each other’s parts and enjoying the fun of jamming.

Address:5/F Chuk Yuen Estate Community Centre, 11 Chuk Yuen Road, Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon
Tel.: 2338 8147  Fax: 2338 8528  E-mail: info@hac.org.hk
Website: www.hac.org.hk, www.storytelling.org.hk
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