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How you change the curse into blessing

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by Tim Ng

What if you lose all your memory? Can you still endure till the reappearance of hope?


William Chan Chun Ho, the present Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association Executive Director, was a charming and brilliant student leader in Kowloon Wah Yan College in the past. He chose to study overseas and aimed at being a Cambridge medicine graduate. However, a sudden car crash changed his life.


“When I woke up, I couldn’t remember what happened. later, I knew that I have lost 19 years of memory.” William said bitterly. He still experienced serious vomit and cramp after leaving hospital, which made him could not sleep for more than one hour per day.


Suffering from this kind of torture, William decided to end his life. “I tried to commit suicide in the mid-night, but a friend phoned me and gave me encouragement, so I gave up finally,” said William.


Yet, William tried to face his life with a positive attitude. He devoted most of his time to voluntary work and found out how precious life is. “In the past, I only focused on chasing achievement. But now, a simple smile can make me feel contended.” William said smilingly.


After attending so many youth conferences, William thinks the Hong Kong government should put more effort in promoting the voluntary work to the youth. He quoted the famous saying from Mother Teresa,” Not all of us can do great things; but we can do small things with great love.”


--095101 2011年11月29日 (二) 21:57 (UTC)

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