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Memory loss warps my mind, executive director of NGO told

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A 19-year-old student got a medical degree offer but lost his memories after a traffic accident before entering the university. Six year later, he is an executive director of an NGO.

“After the accident, I even don’t know how to spell apple,’ William Chan Jun-ho, Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association Executive Director said, addressing the journalism students at Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday.

William used to be a brilliant student who got full marks in Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination. He described that the accident in his life just liked a black dot on a white paper.

He had even confused about his gender. “I gazed at David Beckham’s poster in my room, and I doubt am I a boy or a girl?”

Thus, he started to think of his future and applied social science courses from Lingnan University. “The accident made me perceived many things I have missed before, so I started to care about teenagers’ life,” he said.

He built the NGO, Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association, after graduated from doctorate degree in Chinese University. “I hope my work can raise government’s awareness on the youngsters’ views.”

“Government should trust the youngster and provide more supporting policy,” he said, explaining that the government funding has set a lower limit, fifty thousand, for the youth activities. But fifty thousand is already a great number for a huge plan. Thus, few teenagers have applied for the subsidization.


--095099 2011年11月29日 (二) 21:19 (UTC)

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