Stories

iBakery: Success Made in Cookie Dough

iBakery: Success Made in Cookie Dough

Crossroads loves to support Hong Kong social enterprises wherever we can. Meet Shing, just one of those whose lives have been...

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Hong Kong Society for the Blind – Yau’s story

Hong Kong Society for the Blind – Yau’s story

Yau has not always lived in a world of darkness. When she was 9 years old, Yau developed glaucoma and cataracts...

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Women for Women

Women for Women

Azada was 14 years old when her father asked her to marry one of her cousins, hoping, as is common in...

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Our Work

Our Work

What we do and where we do it Crossroads – The story We never meant to start Crossroads. We believed that...

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Sierra Leone: Aftermath of the Blood Bath

Sierra Leone: Aftermath of the Blood Bath

When the wounding is done, and you are left alone and bleeding, where can you turn in a war torn environment?...

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New Guinness Record being Considered for Crossroads Volunteer

New Guinness Record being Considered for Crossroads Volunteer

 The Guinness Book of Records has accepted an application from a Hong Kong university student, Lorencio Mateo, who visited 801 7-Eleven...

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Crossroads Responding to Sichuan Earthquake

Crossroads Responding to Sichuan Earthquake

As the days wear on in the tragic aftermath of the Sichuan quake, the suffering deepens. 5 million survivors, now homeless,...

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Rudolph the Water Buffalo: Transforming children’s lives in the Philippines

Rudolph the Water Buffalo: Transforming children’s lives in the Philippines

What was wrong with this Christmas card?  The man in red was clearly not at the North Pole: he was in...

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Offering War Victims a Way Back to Life

Offering War Victims a Way Back to Life

“When the elephants dance, the grass gets trampled. That is the expression we use in Africa.” A worried Ugandan leader reached...

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