About 60 students from Po Leung Kuk Yu Lee Mo Fan Memorial School have made cloth handicrafts to celebrate the school's 30th anniversary. The works created by the students, aged 14 to 18 and with mild intellectual disabilities, include cloth fruit cakes, dolls, music boxes and embroidered birthday cards. They are on display at Sai Wan Ho MTR station until 19 October. They will then be displayed at Fanling MTR station from 22 October to 16 November. Principal Lam Siu-ling said the activity could prepare the students for future work. 'Many of our students will work in handicraft-making centres after graduation. Making embroideries can train them in co-ordination between eyes and hands, patience and hand dexterity,' Ms Lam said. Yeung Ka-chun, 14, said the artwork-making sessions involving using a needle and thread had helped him train his hand movements. 'I hurt myself sometimes at the start. After many tryouts, I can handle the job more easily now,' the Form Three student said.