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One Lives for Two

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One Lives for Two

Reporter:--095124 楊秀文 YEUNG, SAU MAN 2011年11月29日 (二) 19:03 (UTC)


Amnesia is a horrible disaster to someone who did not experience it. But to a patient of amnesia, it is just the start of a brand new life. William Chan, a patient suffered from amnesia, found himself getting an unexpected life after his accident.

On a sunshine day in 2003, Chan was crashed into two cars while he was riding a bicycle. ((wordy)) After an hourly surgery, he woke up without any memory. “My first memory was I did not realize that I lost all my memory,” he said.

He reviewed the most difficult problem to overcome after his brain damage was to find his identity. “Apart from realizing I am a man, I had no other ideas towards myself,” he said. He did not know who he is and could not recognize anyone he had met before.

After returning to Hong Kong, Chan finally found himself for the first time. He had volunteered myself to study in Lingnan University and gave himself a chance to stay in Hong Kong. “I wanted to know more about Hong Kong and the easiest way to cut in was starting youth works,” he said.

He started this work by being a volunteer in youth education. He still gave his best to the work. “I did not want to act like a patient, hoping someone to give me food and contributed nothing,” he added. Now he is the Executive Director of Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association.

Although Chan lost the growing 19 years and this makes him starting a little late than others, he was happy about his progress in work. “Life is like a marathon and everyone has their runway. Maybe I started off late. But If I put harder effort on my running, I can run faster than anyone,” he said. ”The best way to predict future is to create future.” ((writing here is a bit formulaic..each paragraph repeats the same structure...try to vary it and edit a bit better))

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