Hall of Wisdom
Sarah LEE and Rex TSO are both world class athletes who were born and raised in Hong Kong, and they are both 29 years old. The two youngsters have become the new hope of Hong Kong people because of their huge success. Whenever people see the determination of the duo in match, they always assume that a dream of world championship must have taken root in their mind since childhood. In fact, like everyone else, they did not have a clue of what their lives were heading at first, let alone a plan or professional training. Then, they slipped into their professions in a fog. In the end, the two still attained outstanding achievements with their adamancy and perseverance.
Rex TSO did not do well at school when he was younger. He only started practicing boxing in earnest after his head coach invited him to be an assistant coach in the boxing club, and he had thus transformed from a “good-for-nothing” to the “The Wonder Kid” hailed by everyone.
Sarah LEE was an ordinary sportive girl who had nothing to do with the sobriquet “Cycling Goddess of Lower Ngau Tau Kwok Estate”. She only resolved to become a professional cyclist after sitting the HKCEE. Although she once suffered from severe injuries, she insisted on putting out all the stops to train and eventually won the honour as the first female world champion of cycling in Hong Kong.
We will not focus on their achievements in this episode. Instead, we will take a look at how they “lost at the starting point” from another perspective, yet still pursue their dreams headlong and eventually lead a victorious life.
Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
Guest: Sarah LEE, Rex TSO