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A Man Who Lost 19 Years

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Florence Shiu

"I lost my memory of the past 19 years after the accident. I woke up after three days-coma and I reckoned it was my birthday," said William Chan, 27, Executive Director of Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association. [When and where did he speak?]


God saved him, but took all his memory.


Chan was supposed to finish his degree of Bachelor of Medicine in the United Kingdom, but a car crash changed his life thoroughly."My head is empty, and I rarely sleep half year after the accident. It seems that everything was formatted. I can read and learn quickly but the pressure on me was huge,"said Chan.

"I lost my identity, I don't know who I am, what my sexuality and nationality are,"he added,"but luckily I got support from my family and friends."


A night when he try to put an end to his life, his friend called him and saved him.


After that, thingsgo well again. Chan studied social science in the Lingnan University and now he is the Executive Director of a local youth association.


Chan enjoys working with the young people, he describes the youngsters as sea urchins, with spiny appearance, but contain soft and fragile interior."They just want people to spend more time understanding them,"said Chan.


Therefore, he called on the community should respect each other and try to listen the voices of young people.


This year, he launched his five-year plan, The Dream Maker, which is a programme with a series of events and competitions to encourage teenagers to pursue their dreams.


He said, "I am touched when seeing the young men changed from introvert to confident. I think the best way to predict future is to create future."

[Your introduction is missing vital information. The introduction should clearly tell the reader what your article is about, and what you are, broadly, going to say on it. Yours only hints that the article will be about Chan's memory loss, and doesn't state what you will be saying regarding that topic.]

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