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The Blessing Next to the Wound

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Hong Kong, 29 Nov--A traffic accident in 2003 took away his memory, urging him to redefine himself. He is William Chan, the Executive Director of Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association. “To be optimistic, my wound can also be a blessing,” he said today.


Reporter/ Belle Wong


A loss may turn to be a gain. For William, it is very true. “After the accident, many girls came to me and said that they were my girlfriends. I started to know how poor I was. I was not single-minded,” he admitted.


“Many people claimed to be my friends, but they always said something bad behind me. They mocked me as a mendacious person, who pretended to have lost memory in order to get acquainted with girls only,” he sighed.


William spent a long time in quiet contemplation. He regarded learning love as an important mission. “Love is difficult to learn, but I must learn to love myself and my enemies,” he said.


In the past, William was arrogant and conceited. The accident gave him a chance to have self-reflection, learning to get along with others well. Later, he set up the association and has worked hard for charity. “I want to help every starfish,” he compared the poor with starfishes. Undoubtedly, everyone has his own values. Only if we do not give up finding our values, we can shine like William. ((love the article! well-written and solid...my only question/comment deal with the starfish quote...either explain in detail or delete))

--095023 2011年11月29日 (二) 21:31 (UTC)

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