WE HAVE CHOICES 2019
concert for diversity
After a day of experiencing, sharing and learning, let's stop and listen to others education stories delivered in the form of music, triggering our reflection on the values and hopes on education!
Theatre 16:00 - 18:00
Theatre 16:00 - 18:00
Sonic, Toby @De Tesla | Performers and Guests
De Tesla has been exploring the possibilities of music going beyond as a form of entertainment, believe that music is not only a medium of expression, but also a platform to create impacts in our everyday society. Through presenting a variety of music productions, De Tesla intends to respond to this changing society via music as the principal medium.
Society - involve into different social issues in response to the needs required
Music - transofrm feelings and experience into different music work
Audience - tailor-made music shows with promising brand new experience
So Tsz Shan Kelly | Performers and Guests
Kelly is a grade 10-13 Beijing Dance Academy Chinese Dancer, currently studying Dance in The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.
"Be thankful to things around"
"Don't give up before evening trying"
Fung Cheuk Yin Jason | Accompany
Music student in The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, major in Violin.
Kathy | Guest
As a Founder of a PR company, Kathy brings his son to Hong Kong in search of a suitable way of education under the options available. From resisting to give up to enjoy being in the process, she has witnessed the signifiance of growth and accompany over time.
Since Kathy's son has entered kindergarten at age 3, Kathy faced different obstacles under mainstream education. Without the best choice available, she decided to go against the mainstream, and instead select homeschool teaching, designing personalised education plan for her son, enjoying the freedom and treasuring the opportunities given to the kids.
Kathy believes there is no one-size-fits-all education method for everyone, and in particular, children deserve fair opportunities along the stage of learning and growing.
Zandra Mok Yee-Tun | MC
After almost a decade as a senior news anchor she was thrust into the political spotlight as one of the first political assistants appointed by the Government in 2008. Subsequently she was re-appointed as the political assistant to the Secretary for Labour and Welfare in 2012. From August 2013, she bid farewell to political lobbying work and started her venture in children development and education, first being accredited as a Montessori early childhood teacher, and in 2018, Zandra graduated from EdUHK with the Master of Science degree in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Learning Disabilities (MScESLPLD). She is now a speech therapist.