(From left) Eva Yu, 60; Charlotte Lam, in her 50s; Fung Lai-ling, 73; and Grace Li, in her 60s are part of a group under a community project at Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang. Photo: Jonathan Wong (From left) Eva Yu, 60; Charlotte Lam, in her 50s; Fung Lai-ling, 73; and Grace Li, in her 60s are part of a group under a community project at Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(From left) Eva Yu, 60; Charlotte Lam, in her 50s; Fung Lai-ling, 73; and Grace Li, in her 60s are part of a group under a community project at Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang. Photo: Jonathan Wong
City Weekend

Initiative to connect young and the elderly through music in Hong Kong shows one is never too old to pick up an instrument

  • Group of amateur players wow at pre-Christmas chamber music performance, organised by non-profit group Haw Par Music
  • Ages of about 30 members range from five to 73

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(From left) Eva Yu, 60; Charlotte Lam, in her 50s; Fung Lai-ling, 73; and Grace Li, in her 60s are part of a group under a community project at Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang. Photo: Jonathan Wong (From left) Eva Yu, 60; Charlotte Lam, in her 50s; Fung Lai-ling, 73; and Grace Li, in her 60s are part of a group under a community project at Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(From left) Eva Yu, 60; Charlotte Lam, in her 50s; Fung Lai-ling, 73; and Grace Li, in her 60s are part of a group under a community project at Haw Par Mansion in Tai Hang. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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