Pak LAW

Pak LAW

“I encourage the youngsters to learn more, to do more exercise, and to contribute more to the society.”


Pak LAW
Retired Renovation Builder

Origin - Mainland China

Andre CHEONG

Andre CHEONG

“I think it’s never too early to start having a dream, you don’t need to reach for the stars; as long as you have a firm commitment to complete.”


Andre CHEONG
Supermarket Business Owner

Origin - Guyana, South America

Tor POON

Tor POON

“Don‘t assume an elderly such as I wouldn’t be gambling, I do pay visits to bookmakers. I’ve made this clear to everybody.”


Tor POON
Retired Restaurant Business Owner

Born in Mainland China

Teresa MAN

Teresa MAN

“I hope that one day they [the younger generation] understand that they are Chinese and learn more about Chinese history. ”


Teresa MAN
Chinese Language Teacher

Origin - Hong Kong

Wun Ping Chiu PANG

Wun Ping Chiu PANG

“I hope young people would care about the elderly more.”


Wun Ping Chiu PANG
Retired Printing Company Business Owner

Origin - Mainland China

Ngan Mui MAN

Ngan Mui MAN

“My son-in-law who is a westerner also believes in my herbal medicine. He would ask me what to have when he coughs.”


Ngan Mui MAN
Retired Restaurant/Takeaway Shop worker

Origin - Hong Kong

Tony IP

Tony IP

“We learn from history. If you don’t know the past, how are you going to hope for the future?”


Tony IP
Restaurants Business Owner

Origin - Hong Kong

John Chwu

John Chwu

“If you feel that you have a lot of distress in your youth, you should find a channel to express them instead of keeping them in your heart. This is because many illnesses come from your own depression. If you are emotionally well, your immune system will improve and thus you will become more healthier.”


John Chwu
Retired Tour Guide

Origin - Mainland China

Sonny Ong

Sonny Ong

“I would, I mean, hope that the next generation of Chinese who are born overseas don’t forget their roots and try to keep in touch with their culture. If possible, learn the language, so that they can read and write.”


Sonny Ong
Retired Surveyor

Origin - Malaysia

Sherry CHAN

Sherry CHAN

“A family needs parental discipline. If a family has its upbringing, and at school there are teachings from the teacher, then a person can obtain a standard for life after receiving a basic education.”


Sherry CHAN
Charity Work

Origin - Mainland China

Shun Bun LEE

Shun Bun LEE

“How much you can get depends on how much you can give. “


Shun Bun LEE
Restaurants Business Owner

Origin - Macau

Richard LAM

Richard LAM

“I think the youngsters these days are very self-centered. Whatever they do they only think from their own perspective. One should cultivate a sense of dedication and a willingness to contribute.”


Richard LAM
Former Centre Manager of a Chinese Community Centre

Origin - Hong Kong

Pok sang CHEUNG

Pok Sang CHEUNG

“Unlike the young generation who live a comfortable life nowadays, our lives were very tough in the past, although they are still quite picky about a lot of things. My encouragement is that it is worthwhile to experience some hardship.”


Pok Sang CHEUNG
Retired Chinese School Head Master

Origin - Macau

Siu Lam NGAN

Siu Lam NGAN

“Don’t ever try to learn gambling. This is very important — don’t learn to gamble. After all it is better to keep our heads down and work hard.”


Siu Lam NGAN
Retired Barber

Origin - Mainland China

Chun Kuen CHEUNG

Chun Kuen CHEUNG

“Be sure of our self image, what I mean is we don’t have to follow the trend.”


Chun Kuen CHEUNG
Church Ministry

Origin - Hong Kong

Eddie CHAN

Eddie CHAN

“This generation always says —- Me Me Me! I think it would be good to contribute and not just enjoy yourself. “


Eddie CHAN
CEO of a Chinese Health Centre

Origin - Hong Kong

Yan LEE

Yan LEE

“I have been encouraging my grandson to join the English class in Islington every Tuesday. He has to learn English even though he is busy. If he doesn’t even invest two hours a week on learning English, he will end up like me: a mute.”


Yan LEE
Retired Restaurant/Take-way Shop Worker

Origin - Hong Kong

Kit Fong WONG

Kit Fong WONG

“I hope that young people could make use of their time and opportunity to learn more new skills. “


Kit Fong WONG
Chinese Language Teacher

Origin - Hong Kong

Ka Lun WONG

Ka Lun WONG

"I always say to my son. Although you are a British citizen, don't forget you are a Chinese."


Ka Lun WONG
Financial Advisor/Chinese School Head Master

Origin - Hong Kong

David TANG

David TANG

“It is difficult to find a job without good interpersonal skills. The stronger will survive in the society, as simple as that. The society now is very practical.”


David TANG
Lawyer

Origin - Hong Kong

David TSE Ka-Shing

David TSE Ka-Shing

“If you are determined, you will succeed, you will get there.”


David TSE Ka-Shing
Art Director/ Performing Artist

Origin - Hong Kong

Pui Ling LEE

Pui Ling LEE

“You can always do it if you try hard enough. There really is no such thing as you can’t, there’s another way. “


Pui Ling LEE
Medical Doctor

Origin - Hong Kong

Kei Yap LEONG

Kei Yap LEONG

“Be a good person. Chinese culture is very important to the British-born Chinese. Don’t get an English name. ”


Kei Yap LEONG
Chinese Martial Arts trainer & Marital Arts Shop Owner

Origin - Malaysia

Chu Ting TANG

Chu Ting TANG

“It doesn’t matter if you are a chef, a waiter, or a doctor, just do your best in whatever you do.”


Chu Ting TANG
Restaurants Business Owner

Origin - Hong Kong

Lawrence LEE

Lawrence LEE

“Your resume would show that you have been to different jobs and different workplaces and this would be very helpful for your job hunting in the future. Therefore don’t just sit there and wait for luck to come.”


Lawrence LEE
Dentist

Origin - Hong Kong