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    監製:CHUNG Ka-wai

    09/01/2020

    “We only live once and we all have our dreams.
    There are dreams that we can spend our lifetime to chase and there are dreams that can only be fulfilled in a certain period of time ,,, as the chance only comes once every 4 years.

    Hong Kong fencer CHEUNG Siu-lun began to represent Hong Kong in international competitions since 2007. In his first Asian Games, the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, he made history by winning the silver medal in the individual foil and earned his fame. His was in his best form when preparing for the 2012 London Olympics, but unfortunately his injury prevented him from being selected. Perhaps, an outstanding athlete should be born with the never-say-die spirit. CHEUNG came back from injury after almost a year and regained his top form quickly. In his second Asian Games, the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, he took a bronze medal in the foil team competition.

    Four years have passed in a blink, and CHEUNG is now in his 30s. With two Asian Games under his belt, a CHEUNG hopes that he can finish his athlete career after the Asian Games this year and put a perfect end to it. Unfortunately, he loses in the selection process and his dreams are shattered. Yet, after the setback, he gets his gold medal in the Asian Fencing Championships and stands on the highest point of the podium. CHEUNG decides to postpone his retirement plan and his target is to make the top 20 in world ranking. He also hopes that he can help the team to be ranked number one in Asia and participate in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

    The 27-year-old Janet WONG works full time as an assistant engineer. She began to discover that she was good in sports during her primary school days: dancing, judo and volleyball, she was an all-around athlete. She was the ace of the long-distance running team in her secondary school, winning each and every competition. At that time, Janet realized that she might really be talented in long-distance running. Unfortunately, even though she is talented, the lack of proper training and the schoolwork in university cause a setback in her performance.

    It was not until Janet met her coach (Mr. WONG) and received proper long-distance running training that the passion of running in her heart was really ignited. She is currently ranked top 8 in Hong Kong in 10km distance run. At this moment, Janet sets her goal clearly, and she is now preparing proactively for the Nagoya Marathon next March. Her ultimate dream is to represent Hong Kong in the Asian Games Marathon four years from now.


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    • Living One's Dream Every Four Years

      Living One's Dream Every Four Years

      “We only live once and we all have our dreams.
      There are dreams that we can spend our lifetime to chase and there are dreams that can only be fulfilled in a certain period of time ,,, as the chance only comes once every 4 years.

      Hong Kong fencer CHEUNG Siu-lun began to represent Hong Kong in international competitions since 2007. In his first Asian Games, the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, he made history by winning the silver medal in the individual foil and earned his fame. His was in his best form when preparing for the 2012 London Olympics, but unfortunately his injury prevented him from being selected. Perhaps, an outstanding athlete should be born with the never-say-die spirit. CHEUNG came back from injury after almost a year and regained his top form quickly. In his second Asian Games, the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, he took a bronze medal in the foil team competition.

      Four years have passed in a blink, and CHEUNG is now in his 30s. With two Asian Games under his belt, a CHEUNG hopes that he can finish his athlete career after the Asian Games this year and put a perfect end to it. Unfortunately, he loses in the selection process and his dreams are shattered. Yet, after the setback, he gets his gold medal in the Asian Fencing Championships and stands on the highest point of the podium. CHEUNG decides to postpone his retirement plan and his target is to make the top 20 in world ranking. He also hopes that he can help the team to be ranked number one in Asia and participate in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

      The 27-year-old Janet WONG works full time as an assistant engineer. She began to discover that she was good in sports during her primary school days: dancing, judo and volleyball, she was an all-around athlete. She was the ace of the long-distance running team in her secondary school, winning each and every competition. At that time, Janet realized that she might really be talented in long-distance running. Unfortunately, even though she is talented, the lack of proper training and the schoolwork in university cause a setback in her performance.

      It was not until Janet met her coach (Mr. WONG) and received proper long-distance running training that the passion of running in her heart was really ignited. She is currently ranked top 8 in Hong Kong in 10km distance run. At this moment, Janet sets her goal clearly, and she is now preparing proactively for the Nagoya Marathon next March. Her ultimate dream is to represent Hong Kong in the Asian Games Marathon four years from now.

      09/01/2020
    • Three in a Row

      Three in a Row

      “Wish you a two-child family in three years” is a Chinese saying commonly said to a couple as a blessing. What would it be like to have three children in one year?

      Triplets are extremely rare. If you are lucky enough to be pregnant with triplets, your family will need thrice as much of everything prepared for the children and of the effort in taking care of them. Yet, the joy they bring will also be tripled.

      The triplets of the MA’s family are: Hiu-wing (Ah Wing) (the eldest), Hiu-yu (Ah Yu), and Hiu-Sze (Ah Sze) (the youngest). Parents George and Janice welcomed their eldest daughter Hiu-lam (Lamlam) in 2002. When Lamlam was in kindergarten, they decided to have one more child so that Lamlam would have a younger sibling. It was a pleasant surprise to know that Janice was pregnant with triplets. Their lives have since become boisterous. The identical triplet sisters, who look the same as each other, have great fun every day bustling around and bringing joy to the family. Preterm birth is common for triplets, and the MA triplets are no exception. Janice gave birth to them after merely 27 weeks of pregnancy. Each of them weighed only around two and a half pounds by the time. Among them, Ah Yu and Ah Sze showed developmental delay and autistic features, only starting to speak at the age of five. Janice has been putting her heart into nurturing her daughters. At 11 years old now, the triplets are no longer lagging behind other children of the same age. The whole family is filled with joy.

      Triplets of the KWONG’s family are: Sze-ching (the eldest), Tsz-ching, and Wing-ching (the youngest). Parents Quentin and Ashley did not have plans to have children by the time Ashley was pregnant. The unexpected arrival of the triplet sisters a year ago turned the couple’s world into a family of five. The KWONG children were also born prematurely, each weighing only about two pounds at the time of birth. Sze-ching and Tsz-ching had to stay in hospital for two months, while Wing-ching was hospitalised for five months before reuniting with her family at home. Wing-ching, the youngest, is the most energetic and fearless of them all, despite being the lightest in weight. Sze-ching and Tsz-ching are relatively quiet. Taking care of three young children is hectic for Ashley, but ambivalently she misses them a lot every time she is out without them. As for Quentin the father, he finds that they put their daughters at top priority in everything ever since they were born.

      To these two families, “3” is indeed a special and life-changing number!

      02/01/2020
    • One Plus One Equals Two

      One Plus One Equals Two

      1 plus 1 equals “2” – even kids know how to solve this math question.

      Nonetheless, if we see it as a love formula, in an attempt to master the calculation of this number “2” and to build an ideal world for two, it would be no easy task.

      Stan and Kathleen, a romantic couple who has dated for 5 years, see each other almost every day ever since they first met and fell head over heels in love. They always show their affection publicly as they are so lovestruck. For them, the number “2” means to stay together in pair and to live happily ever after. They believe truly that fairy tale love stories can be found in real life. What is interesting is that, the two are a couple, but also have a superior/subordinate relationship, working for marine conservation in the same organisation. The pair gets off from work together every day, and always goes scuba diving together. The more time they spend together, the more they understand each other, but conflicts also arise more often. The double relationship makes them closer. Stan and Kathleen have been looking for true love, thinking that they have to cherish when they have found the right person. The two believe in marriage, regarding a marriage certificate as both commitments and responsibilities. For the newlyweds Stan and Kathleen, the number “2” represents the beginning of a whole new world for two.

      The experience of another pair, Rex and Sarah, is like another fairy tale story. In 2015, Rex and Sarah gave up their high-paying jobs and opted for “naked resignation” to pursue their dreams. They went on backpack travelling on a low budget. In their 364-day journey, they had travelled to 38 countries and hitchhiked on 137 cars. Each of them spent HKD $80,000. Not only did this unfettered trip give them some extraordinary life experiences, but also let them accommodate with each other, so that they could walk further in the journey of life together. Having travelled around the globe and appreciated beautiful sceneries of all kinds, the couple made the decision to stay in Cheung Chau two years ago. They live on a boat, leading their dream life. Having dated for 6 years, the two still do not have a plan to tie the knot. For them, the number “2” means they live joyfully, wonderfully and comfortably every single day.

      According to the statistics of the Census and Statistics Department, there has been an increasing tendency towards marriage postponement or non-marriage in both genders in recent years. However, to the majority of Hongkongers, love stories are still fascinating. In reality, a world for two can be romantic but also bland. When two persons come together, 1 plus 1 does not only equal “2”. It can be a greater and a more splendid world. Perhaps, it is already a pretty wonderful life with the company of your other half to see more of the world throughout your life journey.

      26/12/2019
    • One Life One Love

      One Life One Love

      How many people can really keep their marriage promise of “love for a lifetime”? And to love their other half, in sickness and in health, as long as they both shall live? There are myriads of challenges in a marriage. If your life partner suffers from chronic diseases, will you still be able to love and stay with him / her forever? The featured number of this episode is “1”: Love for One’s Lifetime.
      Facing the test of illnesses, the two couples have kept their promise of loving their other half for a lifetime.

      19/12/2019