Hong Kong

Former Crossroads intern supports Hong Kong’s hungry

Former Crossroads intern supports Hong Kong’s hungry

Instead of entering the corporate world, Myron has chosen to work for people in poverty. We first met Myron in 2014...

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Trading integrity for survival: The pressure of poverty

Trading integrity for survival: The pressure of poverty

We often speak of our experiential programme that simulate issues such as the complexity of poverty. Read these words from a...

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“Living hell”

“Living hell”

“I still vividly remember the beginning of the simulation… a group of ‘militants’ broke in, forcing us out of safety. At...

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A lush display of goodness

A lush display of goodness

Lush, the handmade soap company, always furnishes its shops in ways that are a feast for the eyes. So imagine our...

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A Taste of Inequality

A Taste of Inequality

140 students from Diocesan Girls’ School had a taste of inequality when they did our ‘Some, Tonnes, None’ simulation in 2018....

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‘Just waiting to die…’

‘Just waiting to die…’

When 55 year old Mr Chen visited Crossroads, he was in a desperate state. Diagnosed with stage 3 cancer, he had...

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Shattered by Workplace Injury

Shattered by Workplace Injury

Ms Wan’s life fell apart when she injured her back at work. Suddenly, she was unable to work and confined to...

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‘Poorest and Most Vulnerable’

‘Poorest and Most Vulnerable’

Marcus and his mother Mrs Yang are a tiny family of two, and they face life’s challenges as a team. Marcus...

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Dealing with Disability

Dealing with Disability

Mrs Lee came through our gates with just one item on her wishlist: a new stroller. Her little boy ‘Ricky’, aged...

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