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Issue 12   March 2011
   

The Reading Action Figure Club

With the generous support from Kerry Holdings Ltd, HAC launches a three years project to promote youth leadership, children literacy and mentorship with innovative story-telling services.

Reading Harvest

Do you want to know how to promote storytelling in schools?

If so, please visit www.storytelling.org.hk/register.php to register for the sharing forum on 16 April (Saturday). Dr. Wong Kit Ching, Senior Lecturer of Hong Kong Institute of Education will also share her valuable experience.

The research result on “The Effectiveness of Reading workshops on Child Development” conducted by the Centre for Child Development, The Hong Kong Baptist University, will be released on the same day.

Dynamic Storytellers

With the generous sponsorship from Variety Hong Kong, HAC bought quality electric books to enhance storytelling resource for parents. Clown presentation skills were also given to teenagers to encourage them to explore new methods in communicating with children.

 

Fairy Green Home

Ngai Yee Ting, a primary school student, joined the Fairy Green Project in February 2011. It was the first time she went to Lamma Island. She loved the natural environment on the Island, and the volunteers from Societe Generale were also very friendly to her throughout the story related tour. Yee Ting had organic vegetable and home made soup for lunch, which she found very delicious. Along the walk, she picked up leaves and garbage on the road and decorated an empty milk box, which turned out to be her “dream home”.

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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