Youth Matters
Crossroads in life
Turning Point Award Videos
What happens when you cannot see any way out of the mess that your life has become and when there really seems to be no hope left? For triad member Ka and drug addict Anna, it was the unconditional love and support of their families.

There are many young people who find themselves caught up in difficult and challenging situations, often resulting in criminal behavior. How these delinquents managed to turn over a new leaf is told in ten new videos from the Youth Crime Prevention Centre, highlighting the Federation's annual Turning Point Award.

Seventeen year-old Ka, a triad and violent criminal, credits his father and teacher with teaching him to be persistent in spite of every failure. With their help, he says, "I will break this cycle."

Anna, 16, ended up in a psychiatric ward due to her drug habit. The only person who visited her, day after day, was her mother. This had a profound effect on Anna who said, "I don't want to hurt her any more."

To find more inspirational stories view the videos at
To learn more call Wilson Chan, HKFYG Youth Crime Prevention Centre, 3755 7064
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