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17/08/2019

As the old saying goes, “People rarely live to be 70”. So how does Josephine SIAO, now aged 71, struggle for learning? She started her acting career as a child star at the age of six. In the 1960’s, she became sworn sisters with six other actresses of Cantonese films, including Connie CHAN and Nancy SIT, who were affectionately known as “The Seven Princesses”. At the prime of her career, Josephine chose to take a break from the film industry to study in the United States. After graduation, she gave up her previously established image and played vividly the well-liked yet grotesque character “Plain Jane”. In 1995, her exceptional performance in “Summer Snow” even earned her the city’s Golden Bauhinia Award, Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award, Silver Bear at Berlin International Film Festival, as well as Taipei’s Golden Horse Award, rendering her a grand slam winner. Utilising her clout, she established the End Child Sexual Abuse Foundation with a view to advocating protection of children from sexual abuse. Despite suffering from severe hearing problems in recent years, she remains passionate about life, dedicating herself to everyday self-learning and self-improvement.

Let us have a glimpse of Josephine’s legendary past and explore what she has symbolised during different times in Hong Kong. We will also learn from her how we can live a fruitful life and achieve “lifelong learning”!

Host: LAW Wing-chung
Guest Host: Edward LAM

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  • 70+1-Josephine Siao

    70+1-Josephine Siao

    As the old saying goes, “People rarely live to be 70”. So how does Josephine SIAO, now aged 71, struggle for learning? She started her acting career as a child star at the age of six. In the 1960’s, she became sworn sisters with six other actresses of Cantonese films, including Connie CHAN and Nancy SIT, who were affectionately known as “The Seven Princesses”. At the prime of her career, Josephine chose to take a break from the film industry to study in the United States. After graduation, she gave up her previously established image and played vividly the well-liked yet grotesque character “Plain Jane”. In 1995, her exceptional performance in “Summer Snow” even earned her the city’s Golden Bauhinia Award, Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award, Silver Bear at Berlin International Film Festival, as well as Taipei’s Golden Horse Award, rendering her a grand slam winner. Utilising her clout, she established the End Child Sexual Abuse Foundation with a view to advocating protection of children from sexual abuse. Despite suffering from severe hearing problems in recent years, she remains passionate about life, dedicating herself to everyday self-learning and self-improvement.

    Let us have a glimpse of Josephine’s legendary past and explore what she has symbolised during different times in Hong Kong. We will also learn from her how we can live a fruitful life and achieve “lifelong learning”!

    Host: LAW Wing-chung
    Guest Host: Edward LAM

    17/08/2019
  • On Time and Growth ─ Edward LAM

    On Time and Growth ─ Edward LAM

    Birth, ageing, illness, and death are inevitable stages in everyone’s life. As time passes bit by bit, the four stages, connected by growth, progress accordingly. But what does time do to us exactly? And what does growth mean to us? Perhaps we all have vastly different interpretation, vision or experiences from each other. So how did Edward LAM, who pays attention to “time” and cares about discussions on “growth”, experience time and grow up?

    Edward began artistic creation in his teens. He started out with “weaving across words” in a television station, and later co-founded “Zuni Icosahedron” with Danny YUNG, who greatly inspired him. Then, he established his own theatre company “Edward Lam Dance Theatre”. The seemingly smooth journey was in fact unplanned. He merely followed the pace at the time. Faced with insecurity while doing so, what does Edward think about growth, and what advice would he give to young people on this topic?

    Host: LAW Wing-chung

    10/08/2019
  • The Tycoon of All Times– Richard LI

    The Tycoon of All Times– Richard LI

    Richard LI, the son of the Hong Kong business magnate LI Ka-shing. Despite the wealth and power of his family, Richard LI chose to set up his own business, which covers financial services, technology, multimedia, communications and real estate. Concerning these industries, LI has his unique insight. This time, he will have a talk with the new generation of the city. Through LI’s sharing of his relationship with his family, we will have a better understanding of the inner world of this tycoon, and the foresight of the entire society’s future development from the perspective of the business sector in Hong Kong.

    Host: LAW Wing-chung

    03/08/2019
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