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World Food Day

On October 16 annually, World Food Day raises public awareness of global hunger. On the surface, it may seem that hunger has nothing to do with our wealthy city. However, Hong Kong has one of the largest wealth gaps in the world. The high cost of living means that many people in our community cannot afford to feed themselves.

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First-time Campers

My commitment to the next generation has never wavered because they will be the ones to shape our future world. Christian Action has been a pioneer and innovator in developing services in Qinghai and in Hong Kong that empower youth and prepare them for healthy, thriving lives.

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A Joyful Summer Camp 

Summer has a special place in my heart. It is a time for family and friends, and the warmth reminds me of children, full of joy and excitement. This year, we co-organised a summer camp for our disabled and orphaned children with Huangnan Children's home. Hundreds of students enjoyed the outdoors and spent a meaningful week together.

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A Mid-Autumn Reflection

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a marker of seasons, but more importantly, it's a time to gather with family and loved ones. This is an exciting time, but it is also a time when I constantly think about our children in Qinghai. Some of them have never seen their parents. For the majority, family gatherings are impossible, so I'm glad to be part of an organization that constantly tries to bring joy into their lives.

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CA Series of Blessing Stories: Life, Full Circle: a Refugee Story

As we prepare for our move to Choi Wan, I've spent some time reflecting on the past 30 years with New Horizons Building as our home. I believe there is no better way to give thanks for our time here than to remind us all what God has done through our organisation. As many of you know, before it ever became our headquarters, New Horizons was a school for Vietnamese refugees in Kai Tak open camp.

This is a true story about a woman who walked these halls as a girl, and who faithfully found her way back to her roots and now lives to serve the community from which she came.

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