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September 2016 | Youth Hong Kong

Awards for community service and Hong Kong Youth Service Award 2016 Finalists to be announced soon These awards, given since 2013, are open to 18-35 year-olds who are committed to serving others with dedication and integrity, exemplifying the true spirit of service to the community. Winners’ service record reflect the core values and beliefs, including the commitment to Hong Kong, and a willingness to contribute to Hong Kong. Awards ceremony Tuesday 8 November 2016 Guest of Honour Mr Rimsky Yuen, SC, JP, Secretary for Justice, HKSARG Some past winners Stanley Cheung Yun-hang was badly burned in a hill fire when younger but is now Director of the “Kinetic Life Training and Counselling Centre” nurturing others for positivity and health. (Award winner 2014.) Emmy Li Yuen-mei ophthalmologist, uses her knowledge and skills to help the poor, the elderly and those who live on Comprehensive Social Security Assistance. (Award winner 2013.) Kenneth Ng Yiu-fai is a disabled IT specialist and is convenor of GIVERS, advocating volunteerism in daily life, and founder of You Will Succeed, a job-matching platform for the disabled. (Award winner 2015.)

Carrie Tang launched “DreamMag”, a journal with stories of young people in pursuit of their dreams. Then she realized her own childhood dream by setting up the "Go Inside" café, employing deaf staff thus enabling their better integration in society. (Award winner 2014.) Walter Tsui Yu-hang is the visually impaired cofounder of CareER (Care in Education and Recruitment) which links disabled university graduates with employers. (Award winner 2015.) Kong Wan-ki established the Hong Kong Sign Language Association with her partner. Both of them have a hearing impairment and work to raise awareness of the needs of the deaf. (Award winner 2014.)

Supporting Organization Home Affairs Bureau Media Partners Hong Kong Economic Journal, M21 More details ysa.hkfyg.org.hk facebook.com/HKFYG.YSA Enquiries Johnson Cheung 2169 0255

2015 winners including Kenneth Ng (centre) and Walter Tsui

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