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27/06/2022
Hong Kong Stories - Detour to Happiness (English Version) Series 49
Hong Kong Stories - Detour to Happiness (English Version) Series 49
Hong Kong Stories – Detour to Happiness Episode 9 Cookie and George “To me, happiness means to be contented with your current life and what you have, and have someone you love who also loves you.” Cookie and George had a fortuitous meeting, and they got married in 2011 soon after they fell in love. Cookie taught Chinese in a secondary school and she was also a lyricist of pop music, while George was a sales manager working at a homeware chain store. The two enjoyed a happy matrimonial life. However, in 2014, due to work pressure and other factors such as familial heredity, Cookie was diagnosed with depression. She drank all day, lacked motivation and was suicidal. George and Cookie moved to the home of Cookie’s parents in order to take better care of Cookie, but Cookie’s symptoms worsened continuously. She tried to kill herself twice and was rescued, and she had been hospitalised in a psychiatric ward for 7 days. During Cookie’s hospitalisation, George had wondered if their marriage should be continued. But then he recalled his wedding vow and decided not to end their marriage. After Cookie was discharged, George was worried that she would take her life again and was completely stressed out, so he gambled to relieve stress. Later on, the couple recovered from rock bottom under the guidance of social workers. They quitted their jobs successively and opened a small shop selling Korean accessories. A few months ago, George refurbished their old home and moved back to it with Cookie to enjoy a world of 2 people again. Currently, the couple work together, take care of each other, and enjoy a simple, contented and happy life. Producer: PONG Tin-pang, Thomas Broadcast:27 June 2022 (Mon) 7:00 a.m. RTHK TV 31
25/06/2022
The Works
The Works
The process of making porcelain was perfected in China somewhere between 1,200 and 2,000 years ago. It spread through Asia and as far afield as Europe, but was so identified with its place of origin that many English-speaking countries still call the final product “China” to this day. Porcelain is known for its hardness, whiteness, and translucency, and for its mix of durability, malleability, and beauty. For local artist Sarah Tse, these qualities make it ideal for preserving objects, emotions, and memories, and as “a tool for memory”. The San Francisco-based artist Koak has a Masters’ degree in Comics from the California College of the Arts. Her works may remind you of that comic influence and also of the work of Henri Matisse and Joan Miró, many focus on the lived experience and feelings of women. Currently on show at Perrotin gallery, “The Driver”, her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, showcases her recent paintings and sculpture. The works were mostly created during the Covid pandemic, and express a range of emotions, including a sense of isolation and pressure, that many of us can identify with experiencing over the last two years. The woodwind chamber ensemble M.eureka! is made up of young professional musicians, all of whom are graduates from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. They say the “M” from M.eureka! stands for music, and it’s combined with the ancient Greek word “eureka”, meaning “I have found it”. The ensemble aims to focus not only on the traditional chamber music repertoire but also on newly arranged orchestral works. Some of its members are with us now.
15/09/2021
The Works
The Works
Rosh Hashanah, in Hebrew means “head of the year”. It is the beginning of the year according to the traditional Jewish calendar and a time of inner renewal and divine atonement. This year’s celebration started last Monday on September 6th and ended on the evening of Wednesday, 8th. Rosh Hashanah is the first day of the High Holidays or “Days of Awe”, which ends with a 25-hour fast called Yom Kippur or "Day of Atonement" that begins on the evening of 15th September. It is the holiest Jewish holiday of the year, filled with traditions and meaning. Carol Man, a Hong Kong Chinese artist who has adopted the Jewish faith, has long been intertwining her cultural identities in her artistic journey. At Tang Contemporary Art gallery, co-curators Giuliana Benassi and Michela Sena, have selected over 15 works by six young Italian artists that address the current period of instability and uncertainty in our world. The exhibition is called “Ineffable Worlds”. The artists taking part are Marta Mancini, Andrea Martinucci, Alessandro Giannì, Luca Grimaldi, Marco Eusepi, and Giulia Dall’Olio. Among the themes and subjects they examine are technology and the digital world, pop culture, nature and temporality, abstraction and figuration, space, and a “mythology of the future”. The life expectancy of Hong Kong’s population, like that of many places elsewhere in the world, is longer than it used to be. Many societies are having to make new adjustments for ageing populations. The good news though is that in general, older people are staying healthier and active for longer. Old age is being redefined, and more of us are realising that getting older shouldn not necessarily mean giving up your sense of fun or your passions. The men who make up the local band, “Men of Winds” are all 50 or older. And their passion for music is undiminished.
27/06/2022
Hong Kong Stories - Detour to Happiness (English Version) Series 49
Hong Kong Stories - Detour to Happiness (English Version) Series 49
Hong Kong Stories – Detour to Happiness Episode 9 Cookie and George “To me, happiness means to be contented with your current life and what you have, and have someone you love who also loves you.” Cookie and George had a fortuitous meeting, and they got married in 2011 soon after they fell in love. Cookie taught Chinese in a secondary school and she was also a lyricist of pop music, while George was a sales manager working at a homeware chain store. The two enjoyed a happy matrimonial life. However, in 2014, due to work pressure and other factors such as familial heredity, Cookie was diagnosed with depression. She drank all day, lacked motivation and was suicidal. George and Cookie moved to the home of Cookie’s parents in order to take better care of Cookie, but Cookie’s symptoms worsened continuously. She tried to kill herself twice and was rescued, and she had been hospitalised in a psychiatric ward for 7 days. During Cookie’s hospitalisation, George had wondered if their marriage should be continued. But then he recalled his wedding vow and decided not to end their marriage. After Cookie was discharged, George was worried that she would take her life again and was completely stressed out, so he gambled to relieve stress. Later on, the couple recovered from rock bottom under the guidance of social workers. They quitted their jobs successively and opened a small shop selling Korean accessories. A few months ago, George refurbished their old home and moved back to it with Cookie to enjoy a world of 2 people again. Currently, the couple work together, take care of each other, and enjoy a simple, contented and happy life. Producer: PONG Tin-pang, Thomas Broadcast:27 June 2022 (Mon) 7:00 a.m. RTHK TV 31
21/09/2021
Work Together, Walk Together
Work Together, Walk Together
To find an ideal job according to one’s own interests is a right that everyone should enjoy, and it should not be different because they are disabled. “Project WORKS” implemented by Ebenezer School and Home for the Visually Impaired (Ebenezer) related to employment support helps the visually impaired graduates of Ebenezer. The graduates who are employed will help the students in the school to plan their careers, in the form of teaching and practical instruction. WONG Mei-ling is a graduate of Ebenezer. Through the career matching of “Project WORKS”, she is now working for Eye Fund. She had bad experience at work in the past, but with her proactive character, she regularly shares her career experiences with the students studying in Ebenezer. WONG Ka-ho is the first graduate of Ebenezer who had a successful employment match under “Project WORKS”. He is a graduate of the Department of Social Work of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is currently working as a social worker at the Senior Citizen Home Safety Association and mainly responsible for telephone counseling work of the “Care-on-Call Service”. TSE Yun-hang is a student who is determined to work in the social work industry. Under “Project WORKS”, he received guidance from WONG Mei-ling and WONG Ka-ho, who are both working for social welfare organizations. Through volunteer works, visiting, internships and other opportunities, they share their work experience. During the process, TSE is told the difficulties that the visually-impaired might encountered in the workplace, and taught how to get along with sighted colleagues and bosses. As such, TSE can start planning his career as early as possible and build a solid foundation for future employment.
17/11/2021
Building Guardians
Building Guardians
Streets full of signboards is “a beautiful sight to behold” in Hong Kong. However, many of the signboards are unauthorized or non-compliant works which can easily cause accidents. LING Hok-lai (played by Colin CHAN), Building Surveyor of the Buildings Department, works with his partner FONG Pik-yee, Jackie (played by Sofiee NG) at the Signboard Control Unit. One day, the two receive a complaint from Jen that a large signboard is suddenly erected outside her home within one night. After investigation, the two find that the signboard belongs to an outdoor advertising company. The said company combines two small signboards into one large signboard without authorization and blocks Jen's window. On the other hand, the two partners discover a signboard of a martial arts school posing potential structural risk during patrol. They explain to the master of the martial arts school that the signboard is relatively small in scale and poses lower potential risks, so it can be kept if the school joins the Signboard Validation Scheme and ensures that the signboard meets all the specifications. As for the signboard outside Jen's home, removal order has been issued and everything looks smooth. However, the advertising company keeps on playing nasty tricks — lodging appeals repeatedly and changing responsible person of the company, such that the deadline of removal is postponed again and again. Worse still, the company changes the advertisement posted on the signboard before the deadline of the removal order, causing the removal order issued earlier may lose its efficacy and seriously ruins the two partners’ plan. Luckily, the two find important evidence proving that the signboard concerned belongs to the said advertising company. The two immediately applies to the court for Priority Demolition Order, and sends contractor to remove the large signboard concerned in order to ensure public safety and let Jen's family see the sky again. Director: YEUNG Wai-nga Cast: CHAN Tsz-fung, NG Hoi-yan, Marx CHEUNG, KO Hon-man, LAU Nam-kwong

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30/06/2022
Money Talk
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Hong Kong is preparing for the expected visit of President Xi Jinping tomorrow in his first trip outside the mainland since the pandemic began. It will also be his first appearance in Hong Kong since the 2019 protests. He is expected to arrive in Hong Kong today for the 25th handover anniversary on Friday for a two-day visit, although it is believed he will not stay in Hong Kong overnight, having elected to spend the night in Shenzhen instead.  President Xi Jinping said yesterday that China will press on with “zero-Covid” despite the economic risks and warned that  China could not afford to pursue herd immunity. He said on a trip to Wuhan that the country must protect lives at the temporary cost of lower growth.  At the European Central Bank’s annual conference yesterday in Portugal, the heads of the Fed, ECB and Bank of England called for rapid action to curb inflation. Jerome Powell, Christine Lagarde and Andrew Bailey warned that the era of low interest rates and moderate inflation has come to an end following the “massive geopolitical shock” of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the ongoing fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.  Revised first quarter US GDP data showed a weaker than expected US economy. GDP was revised down by 10% to a 1.6% decline, which is the first contraction of the economy since mid-2020. The third estimate of GDP released by the commerce department reported personal consumption only increased 1.8% in the first quarter, compared to previous reports of a 3.1% rise.  On today’s Money Talk, we’re joined by Personal Wealth Adviser, Enzio Von Pfeil, and Carlos Casanova at UBP. With a view from Taiwan is Ross Feingold of SafePro Group.

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