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The Caring Ten: Light up the Community Colouring Competition Concluded Successfully

In collaboration with the Education Bureau, the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF) launched its first-ever picture book The Caring Ten: Light up the Community for children of kindergartens and junior forms of primary schools in Hong Kong. To further promote usage of the book and stimulate students’ creativity, CIIF organised “The Caring Ten: Light up the Community Colouring Competition” (the Competition) in late June 2018. It was encouraging that the Competition received over 600 entries. Winners were invited to attend a story sharing session held at the Children’s Paradise of Hong Kong Book Fair on 23 July 2018 during which they were presented with a letter of commendation, the picture book and CIIF souvenirs as a token of appreciation. Below is the list of winners:

Kindergarten group:

CHAN Sum-yau (TWGHs Ko Teck Kin Memorial Kindergarten)
CHAN Hei-yi (Po Leung Kuk Tse Wong Pui Kuen Kindergarten-Cum-Nursery) WONG Tsz-ching (Pui Ching Primary School (Kindergarten))

Junior primary group:

CHAN Lok-yi (HKMLC Ming Tao Primary School) KWOK Sum-yau (The Church of Christ In China Kei Wa Primary School) Adrian YUEN (Taoist Ching Chung Primary School)

Mr KWAN Chuk-fai, Vice-chairman of the CIIF Committee, speaks at the story sharing session of The Caring Ten: Light up the Community.

Mr KWAN Chuk-fai (second row, fourth right); Mr Leo TAM, CIIF Committee Member (second row, first right); and Mrs Irene YIM NG Seen-ha, author of The Caring Ten: Light up the Community (second row, second right) with winners, parents and guests in a group photo.

Mrs Irene YIM NG Seen-ha shares the story of the Caring Ten with children.

Congratulations to all winners!

Let’s work together in nurturing a caring heart in our children!

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