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

William POON

William POON

“I’ve often said to my son, “If you want to succeed, you must give, and stand right up where you fall, only then you are a man. Only then will you have the right to have a family of your own, to have offspring.”


William POON
Retired Restaurant Business Owner

Origin - Mainland China

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

Wai Yiu PANG

Wai Yiu PANG

“Learn Mandarin from an early age!”


Wai Yiu PANG
Retired Food Retailer

Origin - Hong Kong

Wing Chuen LI

Wing Chuen LI

Young people these days don’t understand how difficult life was like in the past. I wish they knew that life was difficult back then, it wasn’t as easy as it is now.


Wing Chuen LI
Retired Noodles Factory Owner

Origin - Mainland China

Cecilia Lam POON

Cecilia Lam POON

“We Chinese have a saying — ‘learn as long as we live’. I am still learning because there is so much to learn about.”


Cecilia Lam POON
Retired Restaurant Business Owner/ Charity Work

Origin - Hong Kong

Kim Man CHUNG

Kim Man CHUNG

“We overcame hardships to make a living and I hope they remember this part of history. The second and third generations of the Chinese community have already integrated into British society, they should refrain from any rebellious behaviours.”


Kim Man CHUNG
Retired Take Away Shop Owner

Origin - Mainland China

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

Paul LAU

Paul LAU

“The young should take better care of themselves and if the circumstances permit, study hard. If circumstances are not favourable, then work hard at your job. ”


Paul LAU
Church Ministry

Origin - Hong Kong

Kam LEE

Kam LEE

"It is when you face difficulty that you know how strong you can be. It is when you face trouble that you know how unique your thinking is. So don't step back when there is hardship."


Kam LEE
Accountant

Origin - Hong Kong