Professor Chan Wing Wah

Music, language of the soul, it warms our hearts and lifts our spirits. Creative young musicians will find their own medium - be it hip-hop, jazz or classical and The Hong Kong Melody Makers our budding youth choir, have chosen song, in all its glorious variety. They will be performing next week and we hope the entire community will share their joy and inspiration. Click here to read more...

"Establishing this choir has been both a challenge and a pleasure. I am looking forward to the first concert with great expectations and optimism."
Prof Chan Wing-wah, Chairman, Advisory Committee to the choir.

Thanks to Partners


Youth Business Hong Kong (YBHK)
Thanks to all: donor, partners, mentors and advisers.
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The Sound of Music
HKFYG to benefit from
Charity Marathon and Premiere
thanks to Music Nation Group

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Unlimited Creativity - Cyber Web

website design competition
co-organised with the Home Affairs Dept
sponsored by Microsoft & the HK Jockey Club

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Feature Story 

Simon, Vicky and Julian from the Hong Kong Melody MakersAlice, from the Hong Kong Melody Makers


Making Melodies for Hong Kong
Four members of The Hong Kong Melody Makers talked to us about their vision of the future of the choir. Their enthusiasm is enough to inspire a generation of singers…

Facts and Figures

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Federation News

The Hong Kong Melody Makers will sing on 31 July 2005
at the Li Hall, St John's Cathedral.

230 students have been selected for training as Young Ambassadors from 684 nominations. They will be appointed on 5 August to promote Hong Kong at home and abroad in the coming year.

This year's top six teams from the Hong Kong Student Science
Project Competition represented Hong Kong at the
"2005 Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo"
in mid July. Teams from 14 countries took part.

Twenty local students received the Felix Wong Youth Improvement Awards
for efforts to overcome hardship on 16 July at the Hong Kong Academy of
Medicine Building.
Click here to read the students' stories

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