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Dinner with Diplomats

A sense of humor can help a Master of Ceremonies get the audience in the right mood for a pleasant event!

Few weeks ago, I had the honour of serving as an MC at a dinner reception organized by the External Affairs Committee of the HKCPPCC (Provincial) Members Association. It was an informal dinner to introduce or update our guests about the Association. It was also an opportunity to share our views and common interests.

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International Children's Day

June 1 is International Children's Day, but the orphans in China usually lack the joy that all children deserve. I believe we must give our orphaned children in Qinghai even more fun than those who have parents. It is so important for the children to know that they are not alone in this world.

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Support Our Stay

As you may know from my previous post, Christian Action is now facing possibly one of the biggest tests we have ever experienced.

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Impacting Young People

Every time I look at students around me, I see unlimited opportunities for them. In April, I was invited for an interview with a number of seventh-grade students from International Christian School (ICS), to share with them my career vision and the work of Christian Action for orphans in China and the underprivileged in Hong Kong. The interview was lined up by ICS teacher, Shannon who was also the adoptive father of Qun, a former child of our Children's Home in Qinghai.

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An 'Edutaining' Day!

The cost of visiting Ocean Park and Disneyland is beyond the reach of those who work for very little money or who suffer some kind of disability.

Happily, Christian Action has been part of a charity initiative to sponsor members of low-income families of all ages to enjoy an 'edutaining' day-out at Ocean Park. 'Edutaining' is a term coined to mean education+entertaining.

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