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From a music therapist who helps stroke victims, to a programmer who developed an app for the blind, these are the people making positive change.
Five are part of Youth Leadership Team at Support! International Foundation and focused on making learning English easier and more accessible for less privileged children in the city.
Fung Heung-lan has been running a farm with her husband for many years and helps promote the preservation of the city’s fish ponds.
Schoolgirl, 15, added iron weights to her paddle to build up her strength in push for trophies - and now wants to inspire others.
Rainbow Pang up in youth category for her volunteer work and desire to help children with disabilities and special educational needs.
The Super GoldenAge volunteer team has helped feed needy seniors in Chai Wan since 2016. It also distributes surplus bread collected from a nearby bakery.
Duo behind Codex Genetics specialise in DNA sequencing and want to cut waiting time and cost for tests on spinocerebellar ataxia sufferers.
Device is aimed at easing loneliness of those with lack of human interaction in rehabilitation, especially users who cannot commute to care facilities.
Gary Wong has been nominated for a Spirit of Hong Kong Award after his firm developed EqualAccess technology that can be linked to a smartphone and helps users find their way around the city.
Stephen Chu has spent decades learning the words of city’s popular music, including a volume of lyrics included in a collection of local literature.
Paul Chan believes locals and people from other parts of the world are still interested in discovering another side of Hong Kong.
Since it was set up in 2015, members of Thomas Sports and Culture Station have volunteered to plant trees, distribute fruit to the needy and clean up paths after typhoons.
Gingko House has employed more than 3,000 elderly workers in the past 15 years.
Rabi Yim dreams of a society where everyone will have an equal opportunity to enjoy community resources.
Rice roll master and mum-of-two overcomes adversity by setting up business that helps others.
Tang Kwong-po, 60, lost his sight after surgery for a brain tumour, and has been nominated in the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards for his perseverance in overcoming personal challenges.
Thomas Lam is a firm believer in benefits of the sport and encourages everyone to take up the challenge, his work in the community has seen him nominated in the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards.
Wellness expert is nominated for the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards for her undying efforts in changing the way city views rehabilitation and support services.
Chung King-man says music therapy can help lower anxiety and reduce the impact of trauma among stroke patients.
Chair of judging panel urges city residents to learn from people honoured in the awards, co-organised by the Post and property developer Sino Group.
The Christmas 2018 edition helped 13 charities across the city.
More than 500 officers take part in Fanling event, which includes relay race and pulling armoured vehicle.
The hotel group gave youngsters from across the city some seasonal cheer, with its top executives dressing up as Santa’s helpers.
Games and gifts on offer at event for beneficiaries of ChickenSoup Foundation, which provides tutoring and child care services.
Medical staff don aprons to try their hand at tortilla challenge, among other fun and games to mark end of month-long campaign.
Centres in Tung Chung and Discovery Bay hold sponsored walkathons.
Display comprises 1,650 sketch cards drawn by duo and decorated by fans and supporters.
Firm raises HK$30,000 for Operation Santa Claus through annual quiz
Asia Pacific Soccer Schools and Hong Kong Football Club the big winners at Pok Fu Lam competition.
Workshop was held in conjunction with Hong Kong Federation of the Blind.
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