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Year-Round Festivals Series 48 – New Year – 8 Great Ideas to Welcome the New Year 2024

Year-Round Festivals Series 48 – New Year – 8 Great Ideas to Welcome the New Year 2024 1. Looking back at 2023 What challenges have you faced in the past year and how have they taught you to grow? Taking some time to look back at what happened in the past year, celebrating what was accomplished, and letting go of the sadness can give us the strength to move forward to 2024 and look forward to an even more fruitful and wonderful year ahead. 2. Outdoor Countdown  Even if it’s cold outside, getting out in the fresh air, taking a […]

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Year-round Festivals Series 33 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – Global warming is hitting Hong Kong in the face!

Year-round Festivals Series 33 – International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer – Global warming is hitting Hong Kong in the face! In the past, global warming was a far-fetched word for the blessed city of Hong Kong. However, after the frontal impact of Hurricane No. 10 in early September and the severe rainstorms of the century that followed, which resulted in severe flooding and landslides in low-lying areas across Hong Kong, turning streets into fast-flowing rivers, and flooding MTR stations, the threat of global warming is something we have to take very seriously. Hong Kong’s persistent summer

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Year-round Festivals Series 32 – World Cleanup Day – Clean up more than just rubbish

Year-round Festivals Series 32 – World Cleanup Day – Clean up more than just rubbish With the end of the summer holidays, autumn is gradually approaching us. This Friday is the White Dew, one of the 24 Solar Terms in traditional Chinese lunisolar calendars, which is an autumn season. This is an autumnal season when the northern hemisphere’s sunshine hours are shorter and nighttime temperatures drop faster, causing moisture to condense into crystal clear dew drops. The poetic name “White Dew” originates from the ancient people’s observation of nature’s nuances. Our planet is also like a crystal clear blue-green pearl.

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Year-round Festivals Series 31 – International Day of Charity – What would make your life happier?

Year-round Festivals Series 31 – International Day of Charity – What would make your life happier? Hong Kong is an affluent society where people enjoy basic human rights and their needs for food, clothing, shelter and transport are met, if not exceeded. As an affluent city, it should have empathy for other poor and backward countries or people. The emergence of charitable organisations is an example of organisations developed out of love and empathy. Does an affluent society mean happiness? If the answer is ‘yes’, there should be no mental disorders in the city, no sadness, no tears, no pain.

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Year-round Festival Series 11 – Earth Day- Over 3,000,000 gallons of oil spilled into the ocean!

Year-round Festival Series – 11- Earth Day – Over 3,000,000 gallons of oil spilled into the ocean! The Earth is like a blue and transparent glass globe, with a suitable climate to nurture life. In the galaxy, the Earth is unique. Endless desert formations, rich forests and rivers, firs and auroras in the snow, and the ocean with its turbulent waves; as well as the birds of the sky, the animals of the earth, the creatures of the sea, and the human beings, all are in this icy blue globe.  Do you love this earth? Earth Day is held every year

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#03 – Year-round Festival Series – Lent – Less is more!

#03 – Year-round Festival Series – Lent – Less is more! The 40-day period from 22 February, not counting Sundays, until Easter, 7 April, is known as Lent. Lent means spring and is a time when the days become longer (Lengthen). Lent is a time to prepare our hearts for Easter. Why do we need to prepare our hearts? Because it is through the preparation of our hearts that we can further understand the true meaning of Easter. Like weddings, graduations and other major events in our lives, it is through careful preparation that we can feel more joy and

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