21. 01. 2018    ISSUE 5


Dear students,

As human beings, we are lucky because we have a free choice……and "happiness" is a choice.  "Happiness" should drive every student in whatever setting since the world for learning is immense, fascinating, colourful, inclusive and flexible.  Other than spreading "happiness", getting ready to experience, appreciate and explore such feeling is vital.

The I·CARE Centre for Whole-person Development has all along been committed to inspiring students to spread "happiness" by helping others and contributing to a bigger cause.  That said, we place equal emphasis on the students' inner self hoping that you would develop an optimistic attitude and overcome adversity to achieve your personal best.  Never neglect the joys of life as well, even though life is comprised of not only success, meaningfulness, loyalty and fun, but also failure, absurdity, treason and odds.  Well goes an old saying, "Life is full of ups and downs."

It is acknowledged that you will be, at times, saddened by heavy course load, undesirable GPA, lack of exchange opportunities, and uncertain career prospect, etc.  While you need to deal with those negative emotions in a genuine way, you are reminded that choosing between happiness and grief just rests with your mindset.  In fact, no matter what GPA you get, and whether you are on academic probation or not - we in I·CARE treasure you and the University likewise.

Sincerely yours,

Irene Ng
I·CARE Centre for Whole-person Development


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Life@CUHK - Exploring the Plentiful Possibilities of Life

I·CARE Theatre's First Screening: I, Daniel Blake

I·CARE Salon (10th Session) - What is "Country"

I·CARE Achievers Programme: Tryout Activities

I·CARE Social Service Projects Scheme 2017-18: 2nd Round of Application Opened

I·CARE NGO Internship Programme (Mainland & Taiwan) 2018: Open for Application

S.I. Leadership Workshop II

The 3rd Session of A Walk in Community with I·CARE 2017-18: Full

"Fitness x Mentorship" Scheme Successfully Completed

Talk of Walter Cheung: The Voice of 66 Marathons

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