My CAS Project was the Chinese New Year dance I decided to choreograph and teach. The purpose for this project was to create and teach a 6-8 minute dance for a group of dancers of different levels, and essentially mentor…

There were many moments in my different CAS experiences, where I had ethical dilemmas. For example when I was helping out with the Asian Grand Prix competition, there were times where I wanted to not go to a shift and…

Through the Interact Club, I learnt that there were many local schools in Hong Kong that struggle with finding fluent English teachers, or teachers in general due to financial issues. Because of this, this club and I, took the initiative…

Through the Habitat for Humanity Build trip I went to, my peers and I went to Thailand, to help out a family and build them a house. This experience required a lot of team work and collaborating in order to…

With the Chinese New Year dance group I formed, it came with many challenges. For example, there were many times where dancers could not make rehearsals, or when I had a lot of work to do and didn’t want to…

I was a part of the Chinese New Year dance group for two years, doing Christie Chan’s choreography. However after she graduated, I decided to take the initiative and take on her role as choreographer. So in 2016, I called…

In 2017, I went on a CAS week trip to Yunnan. This trip was primarily focused on hiking, as well as experiencing the cultures and environments of China. The action part of this trip was very challenging for me because…

This summer, I decided to help out with the Asian Grand Prix competition and summer program as I could not participate due to an injury. From this experience, I was able to observe many different dancers and professional teachers from…

1) If we understood the struggles people went through and how they triumphed, we can further understand the present and develop independence with more confidence 2) Without the memory of the past, our society would not be able to develop…

The production of knowledge in Human Science is too riddled with issues to give any credence to the claims of experts. Do you agree? I disagree with this statement because if this was true, then Human Sciences would probably not…

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