May 13 2015
NU SKIN Volunteer Team
Summer Visit to the Ma Wan Beach
May 22, 2015
On May 13, 2015, 10 volunteers from the NU SKIN Volunteer Team accompanied 16 kids from the Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children to visit the Ma Wan Beach.
With summer around the corner, both our volunteers and the energetic kids enjoyed the visit to the Ma Wan Beach. Under the blazing sun, the sea sparkled while the sand shined. The soft sand ran through the gap between the tiny fingers of the adorable children, some of them felt extra-excited as that was their first visit to a beach. Admirable smiles hung on their faces while they were dashing around the beach. Accompanied by our volunteers, the kids then had lunch at a traditional Chinese restaurant to savor various “Dim Sums”.
The NU SKIN volunteers who attended the activity are as below (listed not in sequence): Kay Ku (Captain), Li Si Yin Esther (Vice Captain), Linda Li, May Yu, Selina Tse, Raylin Hsieh, Chang Fang Fang, Chung Kam Man, Josephine Lai and Mon Yee. Their sharings are as followed:
“The children were active. They took off their shoes immediately when they saw the beach. They walked on sands, played with the sands and built sand castles. It was enjoyable. The volunteers also had fun. Thank you for all the arrangements. It was a worthwhile event!” Kay Ku said.
“Thanks to the nice weather! On a lovely morning, playing sands with a group of cute kids on the beach made me reminisce of my childhood.”Li Si Yin Esther said.
“It’s my first time being in activity with children. I was happy because they are polite and obedient, also innocent and cute. The venue was nice and everything was great.” Linda Li said.
“I am thankful for what I have and it is great to share what I have with others. Hope that NU SKIN will organize similar activities again. Thanks!” May Yu said.
“It was great fun and I hope to participate again.” Selina Tse said.
“I am happy to go on outing with children. Hope that they liked this activity too. ”Raylin Hsieh said.
“Children from HKSPC were well-behaved. They held my hand all the way and ate well. I love this activity.” Chang Fang Fang said.
“The children were well-behaved and well-mannered.” Chung Kam Man said.
“I am happy to give these kids a chance to explore the nature and interact with them and share their happiness. I could feel that children love outdoor activities. Their joy was written on their faces. I am so happy to bring them happiness. ”Josephine Lai said.
“It was delightful to see the growth and innocence of children.” Mon Yee said.