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William Chan, “Never limits yourself because one always has unlimited potential.”

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Reporter/ Wendy Chan

William Chan, who is the Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association Executive Director, believes that it is “bliss” for him to be another one ((another what?)) after the car accident. He was a young man who was arrogant and held a high esteem on himself with good achievement and talents in academy and extra curricular activities. Though the car accident has made him suffer from anterograde amnesia, he lost all of his memory after that serious car accident when he was riding a bicycle on the way. ((sentence is structured incorrectly)) Trying to adapt to a new self, he believed positive attitude is the way out. Smiling, he said, “I like this motto, never limit yourself.”

A glimpse of hope in Ling Nan University

There is an old saying, a father is like a son, a son is like a father.” No doubt, it applies to him. His father went into the principal of Ling Nan University, kindly asked about arranging interview for his son. He said, “I appreciate this Principal, because he is the one who leads us to have a broad vision in life.” William added that he is so lucky to have this father, he said, “He trusted me undoubtedly.”

We all have a brand

He said when we unleash ourselves; everyone will have their own brand. He got his rebirth from the time he lost his memory. Now, being a director of NGO, he embraces hope and devotes all his time and effort on that. He said through participating in volunteering job, he found himself back. ((solid article...lead is a bit weak but the rest is good))

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