2018-05-31

Moniz, Ip Wing Tung (St. Paul's Convent School (Primary Section ),P1)

I attended a beach clean-up day in Tap Mun organised by Green Peace. I collected so many pieces of rubbish, such as water bottles, toothbrushes and ropes! After that day, I know I have to protect the environment. I will bring my own water bottle.
2018-05-10

Lam Wing Tung (Marymount Primary School,P6)

Last year, when my teacher recommended I enrol for the Grade 8 viola exam, I wasnt sure if I was ready, having just completed Grade 5. I practised seriously for five hours each day, hoping to pass. I was nervous before the exam, but I performed well, passed and received a merit!
2018-05-17

Tsang Wing Yu (Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road),P4)

During the summer holiday, my family and I went to visit a Horse Training School. However, I was very scared to ride on the horse. My mum encouraged me to try. Finally, I succeeded. I felt very excited and happy that I could overcome my difficulties.
2018-05-10

Mok Vianne (Fukien Secondary Affiliated School,P6)

A creepy man was about to snap a stray poodles legs when I saw him on my way home. The poodle was trembling with fear and the man was sneering. I was shivering too, but then I summoned all my courage to confront the man and stop the tragedy.
2018-05-10

Ambrose Wong (Fukien Secondary Affiliated School,P1)

Last year, I joined the Oxfam volunteers to sell Oxfam rice in Causeway Bay. At the beginning, I felt a bit shy to ask people to buy rice. But at last, I was not shy any more and I sold 30 packs of rice for charity!
2018-05-17

Wong Sung Hin (Fukien Secondary Affiliated School,P2)

When I was five, I attended the schools flag-selling day. At first, I was a bit nervous. But my parents encouraged me. Many people helped me. They put money in my fundraising bag. It was heavy like a stone. I was delighted. Daddy said I had done a great job.
2018-05-31

Lau Siu Hei Matthew (Fukien Secondary Affiliated School,P1)

On a heavy rainy Sunday, I see a little snail alone on my way home. It seems like it has lost its parents. I bring it back to the garden because I am afraid the snail will be smashed by other people. I am glad to save the snail.
2018-05-23

Leung Yui Kiu (Fukien Secondary Affiliated School,P1)

Doctors said that I need to drink medicine three times daily for many years. I hate liquid medicine so I took the courage to swallow a big solid pill when I was four years old. I succeeded. I did not need to drink liquid medicine from then on.
2018-06-07

Neil Chan (Fukien Secondary Affiliated School,P6)

One time I went on stage to perform singing with my friends in the choir. We were very scared to face the crowd at first, but we tried to do our best. After we sang a few songs we started to enjoy it. At last we did a great job.
2018-05-31

Vynci Law (Renaissance College,Y6)

As courageous as a gladiator fighting for his life, I decided to go kayaking. My coach told me to stand on the kayak to find my balance. At the beginning I was scared, but it turned out as easy as drawing a stickman!
2018-05-17

Elena Ng (Sacred Heart Canossian School (Private Section),P4)

Once I was afraid of water, and I didn’t dare to go into a swimming pool. However, one time I tried to play in the water. I found out it wasn’t that bad, and one day I even learnt how to swim! Now I enjoy going to the pool.
2018-06-07

Cheung Wan Hei Ava (Canossa School (HK),Y5)

Last year, I went camping without my parents. It was the first time for me to go canoeing in the sea by myself and I felt scared at the beginning. With the encouragement from the trainer and friends, I finally did it. I thought I was very brave this time.
2018-06-20

Lai Pok Yin Ian (Bonham Road Government Primary School,P4)

On 31 December 2017, I joined a clarinet performance of Music Office at Shatin Plaza. I played the song “Jingle Bells” with others on the clarinet. Also, I sang three songs in front of hundreds of people. I was so grateful to bring joy to the audience.
2018-06-07

Wong Tsz Ching (Good Hope Primary School cum Kindergarten,P3)

I was terribly scared the first time I went ice skating. I could hardly stand. I kept falling down. I did not give up though it hurt. My mum rented a handrail for me. After many failures, I could ice-skate on my own though I got bruises on my feet.
2018-06-28

Li On Ching Andrea (Marymount Primary School,P1)

I went to Hokkaido for skiing for my first time last Christmas. I felt scared so I stayed on the lower part of the mountain. After some practice, my coach encouraged me and I was able to ski from top to bottom of the mountain. It was great fun!
2018-06-20

Yau Ka Hei (Tai Po Baptist Public School,P6)

I always spend time teaching my little brother. My parents don’t know English very well so it’s important that I help my brother improve his English so he can do well at school. I need to be patient and caring. When he gets a good result, Im proud of him.
2018-06-14

Marjorie Chan (Chung Sing School,P1)

I treasure spending time with family. My parents often bring me to school. They play games with me after dinner and I can chat with them all the time. Making time for the family is a way to have more memories. I really enjoy it. I love them so much.
2018-05-23

FONG CHUN YAT (Chung Sing School,P2)

It was 16th June, 2017. I was a little bit nervous about the Taekwondo examination because I could pass or fail. I remembered all the steps including the kicks and punches. The exam lasted for ten minutes. Finally, I passed and I was very happy.
2018-06-14

Alexander Yeu (Singapore International School,P6)

This spring, I went to my annual school camp. We were encouraged to show our grit and attempt all the frightening activities. The most outrageous course was the abseiling, where we had to walk backwards down a rock, near the sea. Although I cried and screamed, I did it!
2018-06-14

Fan Ka Pok, Hayden (Tai Po Baptist Public School,P6)

When I was in P4, there was a day when my mum had to work until midnight. I knew she hadn’t eaten so I cooked some noodles for her. When she came home and saw the noodles, she was touched. I really appreciate her efforts in providing for the family.
2018-05-31

Lau Pak Hee, Jason (Tai Po Baptist Public School,P6)

I remember when I received the scoresheet for my flute examination (grade 6). I felt ecstatic because I got a distinction. My hard work had paid off and my family was so proud! It shows that ‘practice makes perfect!’ We should never give up on our dreams.
2018-05-17

Chan Man, Mandy (Tai Po Baptist Public School,P6)

I was a shy six-year-old and nobody noticed me. However, my teacher invited me to a dance competition. After two months of practice, I went to the competition and came third! At school, everyone praised me and I gained confidence to actively invest in everything I have done since.
2018-05-23

Yeung Wing Yan (Tai Po Baptist Public School,P6)

I’m fortunate to be the head prefect. It’s my responsibility to make sure nobody gets injured. I remember there was a student who would run along the corridor and not care about others’ safety. I had to stop him and warn him. He listens to me and doesn’t run anymore.
2018-06-07

Hayley Fung (Quarry Bay School,Y3)

Last summer, I went snorkelling for my first time, in Japan. I was frightened at first because some corals looked scary with spikes. However, after a while, I overcame my fear because I found the marine creatures to be spectacular. It was unforgettable and Im glad that I tried it.
2018-05-23

Allegra Wong (Kellett School Kowloon Bay,P2)

Last year I agreed to cut my long hair to donate it to a children’s charity which makes wigs for children who have lost their hair because they have cancer. I felt happy that I could help the children with my donated hair. I would like to do this again!
2018-05-31

Catherine Jap (Diocesan Girls' Junior School,P1)

I was afraid of heights when I was small. During a ski trip last Christmas, the coach took me to the top of the mountain and I found the view amazing! Since then, I have overcome my fear of heights and I now enjoy skiing very much!
2018-06-28

Mok Kiu Yu, Takako (Hennessy Road Primary School (AM),P5)

One month ago, I joined the schools flag-selling day. I went to Causeway Bay to sell flags. My mum encouraged me to sell all the flags when I wanted to give up. Many people bought flags from me. At last I sold all the flags! What a meaningful activity.
2018-06-14

Chan Yu Ching (Tseung Kwan O Government Primary School,P4)

On the flag-selling day I stood for two hours around the MTR station. I asked people to buy flags for charity. They were very kind, no matter how much money they gave. I was happy I did something to help the needy and will do it again next year.
2018-06-20

Pang Nga Ting, Kitty (Tseung Kwan O Government Primary School,P4)

Last November, I visited the elderly home with Doctor Pet. I explained to the elderly what Doctor Pet does and brought Okie to play with them. The elderly people were overjoyed. I have learnt that happiness can be shared and I treasure the elderly in my family.
2018-06-20

Thomas Fong (Chung Sing School,P6)

This holiday, I went cycling with my cousin. I taught him how to ride. He is very clever. He learnt as quick as the wind. The gentle breeze made us feel relaxed. We had a great time. Now, he has become a cycling fan.
2018-06-28

So King Yin Kingsley (Tseung Kwan O Government Primary School,P5)

A few weeks ago, I packed up some clothes I could not fit into. Then I put them into the clothes recycling box for the charity. I believe that I may help people in need by recycling them. I did a significant job. I feel great.
2018-06-28

Tse Nga Chi (Tai Po Baptist Public School,P5)

It was my first time to sell charity flags since I moved to Hong Kong with my twin sister last September. We felt shy to ask people for donations at the beginning, but we were not scared any more later on when we thought we were helping others.
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