There are people pursuing a better life – some are enthusiastic for religion, others simply want to learn to be better Tibetans.
The lovely girls in the orphanage, the kind elderly in the elderly home and the nice people in the village all helped me to understand how simple it can be to achieve happiness and how lucky and blessed we are in Hong Kong.
The conversation among some scholars and leaders from other provinces and my colleagues let me understand more about different cultures, places and ethnic groups.
The main purpose of the academic week on campus was to promote sociology to other university students. We raised public awareness through the use of various social issues as academic themes. We also invited guests to give a number of talks to stimulate discussion among our students.
I feel strongly that Shanghai is a place full of challenges and opportunities, attracting different talents from different cities, especially younger people.
I experienced the notable economic change in China. By sharing different views with each other, I think we all benefitted a lot.
I was taken to interview someone related the story, so that I could learn more about shooting and interview skills.
People in Yunnan stay close to each other through simple conversations and interactions, without advanced communication technologies. I miss the trip and the children in Yunnan.
Everything broadened my horizons and made me understand how amazing the Tibetan culture is. More importantly, I built friendships with the Tibetan children.
The working culture in Sydney has shown me how people can lead a different way of life. Australians put great emphasis on the work-life balance. What we consider normal working hours in Hong Kong are too long for them.