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When William Lost His Dream, He Finds And Gives More

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Choya Choi


NOV29- Smart and ambitious, he dreamed to study medicine at Cambridge. But the car accident on 9 May 2003 has crashed this dream into pieces.


William Chan was once an arrogant but brilliant boy who studied at Wah Yan College, Kowloon. Under his father’s influence, he aimed to become a doctor, setting his dream (on) Cambridge medicine graduate school. Unluckily, (god-capitalize) did not answer his prayer. William has lost everything in a car crash when he was studying overseas in England, including his dream and memory.


“I felt very depressed whenever people ask me ‘Hey William, do you remember me?’ after the accident,” said William bitterly. “I didn’t even remember how to do simple math. There is a 19-year gap in my memory.”


Frustrated with his lost memory as he might, William never gives up hope. Even though he could not continue with his study in Hong Kong, he devoted all his time to voluntary work after he came back from England.


“‘Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love,’” said William with a big, warm smile, quoting Mother Teresa. “I enjoy doing voluntary works. The time and effort I’ve put into can temporarily wash away my sadness of being a patient. I feel happy and refresh.”


Since then, William has worked hard in charity work, especially to help the youth. He is now the executive director of Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association, whose job is to give more chances for teenagers to widen their horizon.


“Giving out money is not the only way to help the teenagers,” said William, explaining the importance of share. “The key should be giving them what they need- to guide them to pursue their dreams.”


“I hope we can all learn to love, to dream, to fly up to the sky.”

Great article, your storytelling flows, and the reader is engaged from the beginning. Nicely done!

--095008 2011年11月29日 (二) 19:57 (UTC)
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