同心.童樂





Wong, Lai Yi


2016         BSSc. - JOUR


19 Min

SUMMARY

Coming from a grassroots family, Ng Chau Yuet is a trombone student at the Music Children Foundation. Chau Yuet’s mother feels relieved to witness her daughter’s changes after learning music. | Rachel Chan is from a middle class family and shares her unique views on music learning. | In 2013, Pong Chau Ngan and her sister founded the Music Children Foundation in Shamshuipo. Pong shares her vision on how they aim to allow children from grassroots families to learn music. | Music director Jacky sees a lot growth and changes that happened to the students over the past three years. | Chan Yick Sin won the first prize of advanced level for flute at the School Music Festival. Three years ago when her father died, Yick Sin was unable to express grief for her father. Her mother believes that music allows her daughter to express her emotion and emerge from the dark. | Violin teacher Leung Chi Ho believes that children at the Centre know that their chances do not come easily and therefore the motivation is high – they treasure the opportunities to pursue something from nothing. But will poverty destroy their chances of development in other areas as well?




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