"One smile can change a day, one hug can change a week, one word can change a life...which word is it going to be?"

-- Written in 2004 by T. H., Age 13, Alberta, Canada

There’s Always Tomorrow 2 – The Partnership Fund for the Disadvantaged Press Conference (16 December 2013)

16-12-2013

1) Apple Daily

"Rope-skipping tamed hot-tempered teen: Learned to control emotions and improved relationships with the family''

Source URL:
http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/news/art/20131216/18552964

2) Hong Kong Daily News

"Project helped with growing adolescent's emotions"

Source URL :
http://www.hkdailynews.com.hk/news.php?id=309201

3) Hong Kong Economic Times

"Rope-skipping practice helped communication with the parent"

Source URL:
http://www.hket.com/eti/article/0ba8b9b2-cba3-4e7f-ae58-155803fa2b09-854200?section=005

4) Ming Pao

"Youth learned to alleviate emotional problems through the arts"

Source URL :
http://news.mingpao.com/20131216/gov1.htm

5) Sing Tao Daily

"Percussion and rope-skipping helped with emotional stagnation"

Source URL:
http://news.singtao.ca/toronto/2013-12-16/hongkong1387177534d4837577.html

6) Wen Wei Po

"Fund for the Disadvantaged" 269M benefitted over a million people"

Source URL:
http://paper.wenweipo.com/2013/12/16/HK1312160019.htm

 
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