We had a start at this one and the beauty of Alain de Botton is that it reads so easily.
Haven't seen it in a HK bookshop yet but easy to order online. Of course you can always pass the office and have a sneak peak. More here.
This info will be saved in the Literature section under the Resources tab which you can find on the Navigation bar.
There are some amazing people in HK, one of them was Rae Leung. The way she combined art and illness... we can only marvel at.
A small but very to the point article about the benefits of art in the palliative care setting. You can read it here.
Great article about music therapy for stroke patients and it is local! Read the article in the South China Morning Post.
We can finally show off our beautiful office with some great pictures. Thank you Kyra Campbell for your great work.
Please note that if you are a small organisation or an artist and you need a space for a meeting or something, ask us! We are here to help.
An amazing series of photographs of people with Down Syndrome by Frank Freeman. You must visit!
It took a lot of knitting but our first blanket is almost finished! This is going to be one cool kid out there!
We are going weekly soon with our knitting evening so we can provide even more knitted goodies for even more underprivileged kids. Come and join us, the next session is the 21st!
Our year certainly started well with a kind donation by jewellery designer Katherine Leung: beads, ribbons, cloth, leather galore. You name it, we have got it now.
Thanks so much, Kat! We can now have some amazing workshops thanks to you!
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb