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1. Hong Kong Stories : A Hong Kong Medical Student's Journey Publishing Date: 2017/10/10
  【明報專訊】Hi, my name is Alex. I am now a year-six medical student at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. I would love to tell you my story because I wish to shed light on what local medical students have to go through and offer you some insight into the medical industry. As we are often misunderstood, I hope you will learn something new or at least, have a good chuckle.
2. Hong Kong Stories : Success in Work and Life is Within Everyone's Reach Publishing Date: 2017/9/12
  【明報專訊】Hello everyone! My name is Sunny. I am a screenwriter and a columnist but what matters most is that I am a caring father and also, a dedicated teacher. After completing my film studies at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, I stepped into the local film industry. I have written more than ten films in the span of a few years and I am humbled by the fact that they were all a success at the box office.
3. Hong Kong Stories﹕Dr Ching: a doctor's story, vision and mission Publishing Date: 2017/6/20
  【明報專訊】I am Dr Ching and I am an ophthalmologist (or simply put, an "eye doctor!"). I was born in the seventies and lived a rather ordinary grass-roots life. My father worked in a hardware factory and my mother was a garment worker. My grandparents, however, were well-educated people. They paid great attention to my studies so that I managed to make it into a prestigious school in Yuen Long: the N.T. Heung Yee Kuk Yuen Long District Secondary School. When I was in Form Five, my grades were exemplary. The school principal even wrote me a letter of recommendation so that I could enrol in the School of Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. To be frank, studying to become a doctor was not my childhood dream but, before I filled in the university admission form, I had witnessed two chilling traffic accidents. They changed my life forever because I was convinced that, no matter how rich, poor, problem-ridden or at peace you might be; only a doctor could save you when you were on the verge of death.
4. Hong Kong Stories : Behind the scenes with a flight attendant Publishing Date: 2017/5/16
  【明報專訊】Hi, I am Silvia. I was born in the eighties in Hong Kong. I am a flight attendant and Vice-Chairman (External) of the Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants Union.
5. Hong Kong Stories : A boy's ballet dream Publishing Date: 2017/2/28
  【明報專訊】Dear readers, my name is Chun-long. I am a Hongkonger and Coryphme at Hong Kong Ballet. As ballet dancing is often typecast as an art for girls, some of you might want to know what led me to take this path. Well, my story began in my primary school days when my younger sister joined a Chinese folk dance class. As I thought dancing was just for girls, I always had to wait patiently waited for her to finish her practice. Her teacher noticed how well-behaved I was and decided to invite me to join in the fun. As I was tired of being bored out of my wits, I pranced and "danced" my way into the practice room.
6. Hong Kong Stories : Attitude defines altitude Publishing Date: 2016/12/13
  【明報專訊】Dear readers, my name is Veronica. Born in the 1980s, I grew up on a rundown public housing estate in Hong Kong. When I was around sixteen years old, my oldest sister was diagnosed with acute leukemia (血癌). The pressure at home suddenly went through the roof. We were placed under enormous strain because of my sister's exorbitant hospital bills. When the going got tough, we only spent ten dollars on dinner a night. We were only able to put bean sprouts with rice on our plates. But we did not whine or complain because we firmly believed we could hold together as a family.
7. Hong Kong Stories : Saved by the saxophone Publishing Date: 2016/11/15
  【明報專訊】My name is Jacky. I grew up in a broken family because my parents divorced when I was still a child. Back in the early nineties, my mother, little brother and I lived in a rowdy neighbourhood — Sham Shui Po. Oftentimes, I got bullied by children older than me and would return home to my bewildered mother in bruises and scratches.
8. Hong Kong Stories : A fireman's story: Cherish your loved ones Publishing Date: 2016/10/18
  【明報專訊】My name is Chi Ming and I am a fireman. I hope to share with you stories that have shaped me into the man that I am today. They have changed my life, and they may change yours in some ways, too.
9. Hong Kong Stories﹕From an invisible boy to an 8A student Publishing Date: 2016/9/20
  【明報專訊】Hello all, my name is Vincent. I am a civil engineer. People see me as a successful man who rose from rags to riches today but you would never believe my experiences as a child. My story still haunts me today.

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