Flowers for Mid-Autumn Festival

Our florists have been busy making these lovely hampers for the Mid-Autumn Festival

I have always enjoyed the Mid-Autumn Festival because it is a time of reuniting with our own families in thanksgiving.  It is a time to remember the good things that have happened during the year, and it is a time to pray for further blessing. There are many ways to celebrate the occasion, such as the long-standing tradition of not only sharing moon-cakes but also accompanying children in making and playing with lanterns of various designs. 

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The Front Liners

Some of Christian Action's unsung heroes are our front line workers. They are the people who directly engage with the service users. They are the faces of God's love to those in need, as they make an impact in the lives of others. With International Humanitarian Day around the corner, I would like to introduce you to two of my colleagues – Kelly and Gigi. They have not only encouraged me but have also inspired our colleagues, and most importantly, the service users.

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Our Caring Ambassador

It has been such a joy to work with people who have partnered with us as our caring ambassadors as we serve the un-served. Over many years, they have been able to proactively influence and motivate the public in learning about and supporting our cause. Most recently, we were deeply blessed to share our mission with popular TVB Actor, Tsui Wing.

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Exploring Ngong Ping

Summer is the perfect time to go outdoors, explore new places with your loved ones, and make everlasting memories. For our ethnic minority friends, service users from low-income families, single-parent families, and the elderly, we do our best to share the joy of the summer holidays with them. We recently took around 250 of them out for a tour around Ngong Ping Village, a popular tourist spot in Lantau Island.

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Bridging Friendships

As the saying goes, a true friend is one who treats you like family. Every time I have the opportunity to visit the children's homes in Qinghai, my heart melts at the sight of our children treating each other as brothers and sisters. It is evident that the children love each other. It sometimes gives the extra bit of help needed on the journey through their difficulties.

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