Month: December 2014

Handcraft Gingerbread Man

This Gingerbread Man is a Christmas gift given by one of my students. The gingerbread man is made by felt, a kind of wool fibre material. In order to create shape and add the surface design, one needs to spend much time doing the needle felting, meaning the hours spent on the continuous poking of
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Merry Christmas 2014

Merry Christmas to you. This year has nearly come to an end. No matter what you have faced, may I send this bit of warmth and love to you. I hope you find meaning and blessing in the coming new year. As being in the day of blessings and gratitude, may you gain a bit
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The Urban Nature

To describe the Hong Kong city, many may easily relate to the cosomopolitan and modern scenes – the skyscapers, colorful night lighting, and the overcrowded views everywhere within the city. Recently I have grown the habit of appreciating the signs of nature around me. No matter whether in the central area or the greenland, nature
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Creative Lunchbox

In tonight’s volunteer service training my department team taught the students how to make a light lunchbox for the children they are visiting in the coming Mainland China Volunteer Service program. In fact there is a lot for one to consider before creating a suitable meal for a young child. I learnt that children prefer
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Helping and Support: What are our Roles?

“…before we act out our responsibility of the leading/guiding role, we face the students with our eyes seeing them as the same as us, who also need respect and understanding.”    – Tiffany Leung Working as a counselor in school, I am at times responsible for handling the emergent situations outside the counseling room. Yesterday I
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Attending to the Unfamiliar

For those who are not a sports fan, watching a match or game can be boring. Yet since the last few weeks I have been supporting the basketball matches organized by my college department, and found myself feeling different from expected. Last year I acted in the same supporting role, and upon the occurrance or
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Its a Beautiful Day

Its a beautiful day. Its a beautiful week. A new beginning. Close our eyes, and imagine the Earth floating in front of us. We see the delighting blue painted with the layers or sand gold and plant green. We also see the blurred bits of mankind creatures, marking the human history on this planet. This
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Attend to our Nature

“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”  Albert Einstein Nature has this mysterious and powerful scent. It lies within us everywhere, regardless whether we lie within the cosmopolitan urban hub, or by the rural quietland. It acts in the small ways which we have securely taken for granted, or it at
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