On an ordinary day after the outbreak of the coronavirus, Hin was using the hand sanitizer provided by the residence, he suddenly thought of the residents in the tenement houses, who cannot enjoy free hand sanitizers. Therefore, he initiated the Hand Sanitizer Sharing Scheme For Tenement Buildings In 18 Districts. He was funded by some charity foundations; and he gathered a group of volunteers. Every weekend, the team visited tenement buildings all over Hong Kong and installed hand sanitizer bottles for free.
Hin is passionate about voluntary work; he was a volunteer at the Missionary for Charity established by Mother Teresa and the vice-chairperson in a large-scale charity organization. In 2015, he founded the Build & Wish Voluntary Team, a non-religious, non-profit, and non-governmental voluntary organization. Through a variety of projects in these years, they have connected multiple welfare organizations and gathered a group of volunteers. The team has installed hand sanitizer bottles in more than 1,600 tenement houses. They have also connected a group of helpers in the neighbourhood to help refilling hand sanitizers.
After establishing the voluntary team, Hin met Joe, the founder of Footprint Voluntary Services Association. They have a similar vision and therefore become partners for many charity programs. For instance, debugging and home cleaning for underprivileged residents, furniture recycling and delivery service for the poor, free delivery service, and home refurbishing service, and more. These charity programs were resumed when the situation of coronavirus was slightly calmed.
Hin works as a structural engineer; while Joe works in an engineering company. When they and the other volunteers served the community, they always emphasized that they were not celebrities, and were not trying to promote themselves through social services. Therefore, they have never used their actual name when it comes to voluntary works - a group of genuine "anonymous angels" they are.