Music therapist Chung King-man (left) and Augustine Mok hope to hit the right note to help stroke survivors. Photo: Nora TamMusic therapist Chung King-man (left) and Augustine Mok hope to hit the right note to help stroke survivors. Photo: Nora Tam
Music therapist Chung King-man (left) and Augustine Mok hope to hit the right note to help stroke survivors. Photo: Nora Tam

Stroke survivors find their voice in choir

Music therapy has been slow to catch on in city, but new project will showcase its benefits and help people who struggle to communicate

Topic |   Operation Santa Claus
Music therapist Chung King-man (left) and Augustine Mok hope to hit the right note to help stroke survivors. Photo: Nora TamMusic therapist Chung King-man (left) and Augustine Mok hope to hit the right note to help stroke survivors. Photo: Nora Tam
Music therapist Chung King-man (left) and Augustine Mok hope to hit the right note to help stroke survivors. Photo: Nora Tam
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