2012-2014 Annual Report

(May 1, 2012 – Apr 30, 2014)

The leading advocate of family literacy in Hong Kong

Bring Me A Book Hong Kong, founded in 2006, is a non- profit organization with a mission to advocate for family literacy by facilitating access to quality children's books and empowering parents and educators to read aloud with children for future success in school and life.

We reach out to underserved children and families in Hong Kong to provide book bag libraries and bookcases and training programs as public resources in nurseries, kindergartens, community centres, shelters, health clinics and in the workplace.

Message from the Chair

Dear Friends,


Bring Me A Book Hong Kong continues to work tirelessly to fulfill our mission to strengthen family literacy in Hong Kong.


Our work is made even more impactful through meaningful partnerships and collaborative efforts, and we had many of them in 2012-2014. In addition to our core mission to install free bookcases and book bag libraries and provide training throughout Hong Kong, we also collaborated with partners to develop new programs like our "Love to Learn" campaign, ethnic minority project and SCOLAR project, among others.


To broaden and deepen our reach and beyond, we revised our guides to the best Chinese and English language picture books. Both guides are available through our website.


We proudly support the Feng Zikai Chinese Children's Picture Book Award. The third biennial award for an outstanding Chinese children's picture book was presented in Nanjing in 2013 to Liu Bor-leh for his book "I See a Bird”. In the two-year period surrounding the announcement, we hosted a number of activities to help promote this meaningful award, including academic forums, storytelling sessions with award winners, media relations, and judging panel meetings, to name a few.


None of this would have been possible without your support, as well as the commitment of our dedicated staff and board members. Together we share the passion for nurturing life-long learners and strengthening family bonds through a shared love for books. Thank you for entrusting Bring Me A Book Hong Kong to turn that passion into action.

Annie Ho

Bring Me A Book Hong Kong


The Library Program

The Book Bag Library Program is a lending library of quality hardcover children's books in easily transportable book bags. Each library contains a total of 220 books for children from infancy to eleven, in 65 book bags.

The flagship program of Bring Me A Book is our Bookcases, each of which holds 45 quality, age-appropriate English and Chinese language picture books for children in a beautiful wood display shelf.

In 2012-14, we installed a total of 17 Book Bag Libraries and 71 Bookcases in the community.

Total No. of Libraries Installed (Accumulated)


List of Book Bag Library Recipients in 2012-2014

Program Year 2012-2013 (May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2013)

Number of Library Installations
8 Book Bag Libraries

List of Recipients

  • Buddhist Chi King Primary School
  • Canossa Primary School (San Po Kong)
  • The Church of Christ in China Cheung Chau Church Kam Kong Primary School
  • Chinese Y.M.C.A. Primary School
  • Christian Action Long Ping Service Centre
  • St. James' Settlement Youth Service - Causeway Bay Integrated Services Centre
  • Yuen Long Town Hall Family Life Education Unit
  • Zion Social Service Integrated Children and Youth Service Centre

Program Year 2013-2014 (May 1, 2013 to April 30, 2014)

Number of Library Installations
9 Book Bag Libraries

List of Recipients

  • The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Jockey Club Tin Yuet Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Hong Kong Outlying Islands Women's Association Yeung Chi Hung Sunny Centre
  • Hong Kong PHAB Association - Jockey Club Shatin Integrated Service Centre for Children & Youth
  • Jockey Club Fu Shin Lutheran Integrated Service Centre
  • S.K.H. Ho Chak Wan Primary School
  • S.K.H. Holy Trinity Cathedral - The Promised Land
  • The Salvation Army Tai Po Integrated Service for Young People
  • Yan Oi Tong Lau Wong Fat Primary School
  • Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Yau Tsim Mong Integrated Centre for Youth Development

List of Bookcases Recipients in 2012-2014

Program Year 2012-2013 (May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2013)

Number of Library Installations
35 Bookcase Libraries

List of Recipients

  • Agnes English Kindergarten
  • Apostolic Faith Church of Hong Kong Tung Tau Favour Centre
  • Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service - Hotmeal Service
    - BOKSS Jordan Center
    - Ladder Mission YMT
    - Sunrise Christian Community (Hong Kong)
  • Cheung Sha Wan Kai Fong Welfare Association Lam Tam Yin Wah Kindergarten / Day Nursery
  • Ching Chung Hing Tung Kindergarten
  • Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Lei Tung Nursery School
  • The Church of Christ in China Hong Kong Chi To Church Kei Pok Kindergarten (Tseung Kwan O)
  • Church of United Brethren in Christ Yuen Long Social Service Centre
  • Gospel of Grace Church
  • The Hong Kong Association for the Spastic Children
    - Apleichau Pre-School Centre
    - Shek Wai Kok Pre-School Centre
  • Hong Kong Christian Service Tai Hang Tung Nursery School
  • The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China Tuen Mun Special Child Care Centre
  • Hong Kong Evangelical Yan Chaak Church
  • Hong Kong - Macao Conference of Seventh - Day Adventists Shan King Integrated C & Y Services Centre
  • Hong Kong Playground Association Sai Tso Wan C & Y Centre
  • Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children
    - Air Cargo Community Day Crèche
    - Jessie Tam Day Crèche
    - SIA Shaukiwan Day Crèche
  • Little Buds Kindergarten
  • Muslim Community Kindergarten
  • New Territories Women & Juveniles Welfare Association Limited
    - Fanling Children Garden
    - Pok Hong Estate Children Garden
    - Sheung Shui Children Garden
  • Ping Shek Kingsland Kindergarten
  • Shun Tin Rhenish Nursery
  • Society for the Welfare of the Autistic Persons
  • Truth Baptist Church Glory Nursery
  • Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Lo Wong Pik Shan Nursery School
  • Yan Oi Tong Chan Cheng Yuk Yee Kindergarten and Nursery
  • Yuen Long Long Ping Estate Tung Koon Primary School
  • Yuen Long Town Hall Support Service Centre for Ethnic Minorities

Program Year 2013-2014 (May 1, 2013 to April 30, 2014)

Number of Library Installations
36 Large Bookcase Libraries

List of Recipients

  • Agnes Kindergarten (Grandeur Terrace)
  • CECES Organized Aetna Preschool
  • Chi Hong Primary School
  • Chinese YMCA Tuen Mun Centre
  • The Church of Christ in China Chuen Yuen First Primary School
  • The Church of Christ in China Tuen Mun Church
    - Hoh Fuk Tong Kindergarten / Nursery
    - The Church of Christ in China Tuen Mun Church Kindergarten & Nursery School
  • CUHK FAA Chan Chun Ha Kindergarten
  • Free Methodist Church Bradbury Chun Lei Nursery School
  • Free Methodist Mei Lam Primary School
  • FSFTF Fong Shu Chuen Primary School
  • HKFYG Ching Lok Kindergarten, Ching Lok Nursery
  • Hong Chi Morningjoy School, Yuen Long
  • The Hong Kong Harbour Mission Church Yan Oi Kindergarten (Nursery)
  • Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association Tin Shui Wai Integrated Social Service Centre
  • King Lam Lutheran Day Nursery
  • Kwun Tong Resident Association Tsui Ping Mutual Help Child Care Centre and after school care centre
  • Lutheran Philip House Oi Lun Nursery School
  • The Oriental Horizon Educational Activities Centre
  • Peace Evangelical Centre Kindergarten
  • Playright Children's Play Association Paediatric Department of Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital A6 Ward
  • Po Leung Kuk
    - Mrs. Fong Wong Kam Chuen Kindergarten
    - Ng Tor Tai Kindergarten
    - Residential Unit
    - Tang Bik Wan Memorial Kindergarten
  • The Salvation Army
    - Chai Wan Integrated Service For Young People
    - Kowloon City Family Support Centre
    - Pak Tin Nursery School and Creche
  • Sham Shui Po Government Primary School
  • St Thomas Catholic Kindergarten
  • St. James' Settlement Causeway Bay Kindergarten
  • Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
    - Fong Shu Chuen Nursery School
    - Hung Wong Kar Gee Nursery School
    - Ko Ho Ning Memorial Primary School
    - Lions Club of Metropolitan Hong Kong Kindergarten
  • Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Yau Tsim Mong Family Education and Support Centre

The First TeachersTM Training Program

Providing access to quality books for children is our first priority, but teaching parents and childcare providers to read with the children is an integral part of Bring Me A Book's mission too. The First TeachersTM Training Program enhances our library program by engaging and educating parents, childcare providers and teachers on the critical importance of reading aloud to children. This practical training program teaches easy read aloud strategies to implement at home. The curriculum is interactive and uses "modelling the message" techniques to empower and educate parents with young children to become their child's "first teacher."

BMABHK's experienced trainers conducted a total of 363 First TeachersTM Training workshops over the past two program years, training 6,069 parents in the art, and importance, of reading to their children.

Total No. of Parents Trained (Accumulated)



of parents indicated that they would spend more time or increase the frequency of reading aloud to their children after attending our trainings!

Volunteer Program

We are extremely grateful to the 769 volunteers in the past two years who have donated over 2,500 hours to Bring Me A Book HK through book wrapping, reading to children, administrative support and preparation of our fundraising event.

Special thanks to all the volunteer support from AON, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Communications (IT Department), Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, Orrick, PIMCO, Skadden and Target.

Fundraising Gala Dinner

On October 4, 2013, we organized a successful fundraising gala: "All Things Bright and Beautiful". With support from over 530 guests and the generous donation of 90 silent auction items and hundreds of lucky draw prizes, together we raised more than HK$5 million in net proceeds, including 47 pledges for Bookcases. These funds will not only allow us to place superior quality books in children's hands, but also to provide parents and teachers with the necessary skill set and knowledge to read to children confidently and effectively.


Special thanks to our special celebrity guest Karolina Kurkova, emcees and volunteers. And deepest appreciation and gratitude for the tremendous efforts of our fundraising committee.

Feng ZiKai Chinese Children's Picture Book Award

"From Craft to Art" - The 3rd Feng Zikai Chinese Children's Picture Book Award & the 4th Chinese Children Picture Book Forum, November 2013

The Feng Zikai Chinese Children's Picture Book Award (FZK Award) was founded in 2008 as the first international award for Chinese children's picture books with the aim of encouraging the creation and publication of quality Chinese children's picture books and fostering the public understanding of children picture book.

For the first time, the award ceremony was conducted in tandem with the forum whose theme was "From Craft to Art" - from 9th to 10th of November 2013. Both events drew a large attendance and brought an enthusiastic response. Six creators were selected for this year's award. The first prize went to "I See a Bird" by Liu Bor-leh. Honors books were: "The Very Slow Snail" by author and illustrator Chen Chih-yuan, "Ali loves Animals" by illustrator Huang Chih-Ming and author Huang Li-huang, "I Can't See" by author and illustrator Tsai Chao-lun, and "The Scariest Day of My Life" by Tom Liu.

The keynote talks at the forum, were delivered by two world renowned children's authors: Anthony Browne, British children's book author and illustrator (Hans Christian Andersen Award and Kate Greenaway Medal) and Jimmy Liao, a popular writer in the Chinese picture book community who pioneered adult illustrated books. Mr. Liao's talk sent the forum to another crescendo. The next day, the Award Committee launched two charity seminars in Nanjing, one enrolling university students and the other preschool parents. Both met with a splendid response.

Immediately after the forum, a one-month exhibition on FZK award-winning books was staged in Shenzhen Book Mall and Eslite Bookstore in Hong Kong. Award winners were invited to share their writing experiences and sign books at the parent-children reading forum of Shenzhen Reading Month. Mr. Browne and the 3rd award winner, Mr. Liu Bor-leh, held their respective book-signing sessions at the Eslite Bookstore. Both exhibitions received favorable response across Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The Nanjing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong events drew over 10,000 participants and covered up to 50 reports in the region.

Special Projects

Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2012-2014 Community Outreach Reading Project

We are deeply thankful to our major donor, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BoAML) for providing us with both financial aid and volunteer support over the past 2 years.

Since 2012, more than 5,500 children from low-income families have benefited enormously from the 8 Book Bag Libraries and 5 Bookcases that have been donated by BoAML.

Their generous support has also enabled us to train 876 parents, teachers and social workers on a range of reading skills, from our award-winning First Teachers' Training to advanced workshops.

A social worker from one of the recipient sites said that the training has provided parents with the skills and the right attitude to read aloud in a fun way, making them more confident. "At first the parents didn't read to their children. But after the training they learned some read aloud skills and became more confident and enjoyed reading with their children very much."

From the surveys collected, 98% of parents strongly agreed/agreed that the advanced workshops have encouraged them to make the reading experience with their children more effective and fun.

130 BoAML staff actively engaged in 7 volunteer reading sessions and 2 skills-based volunteer sessions. Both the volunteers and the kids had great fun during the storytelling sessions.

Chinese as a Second Language Project for Ethnic Minority Children (Sep 2012-Jul 2013)

Sponsored by The Ovolo Group, this project specifically focused on improving Chinese as a second language for low-income ethnic minority children in Hong Kong. We partnered with Yuen Long Long Ping Estate Tung Koon Primary School and provided a series of activities included reading sessions, drama workshops, Chinese tutorial classes, visits to Hong Kong Central Library and book donations, for a total of 104 ethnic minority students.

The whole project was fruitful and we received positive feedback from the children and the school. Over 90% of children enjoyed our activities and indicated an increased confidence in speaking, reading and writing Chinese as a result.

Bring Me a Book Institute 2012-2014

The Bring Me a Book Institute launched in 2012 to respond to a growing interest from highly educated middle class parents in our award-winning training workshops. A social enterprise, the Institute generates some limited funds to provide an alternative and sustainable revenue source for our non-profit work. It also helps to reinforce our position as the leading advocate of family literacy by providing a platform to invite high caliber speakers from the literary and parenting field to join the Institute's "Speaker Series."

In the past two program years our BMAB Institute workshops, talks for parents and teachers, and storytelling sessions for children reached approximately 1,400 new audiences and generated over HK$74,000 in net proceeds.

Target's Community Outreach Reading Project 2012-2013

Special thanks to our donor, Target, for providing us continuous support since 2009. In 2012, we replenished a total of 1,120 books at four existing Book Bag Libraries and 9 existing Bookcases benefitting over 3,600 children. In 2013, we installed three Book Bag Libraries and four Bookcases in needy community centres and kindergartens reaching nearly 4,000 children. We also conducted 10 advanced trainings for 122 parents to further support their learning and increase the impact of the library installations.

From the feedback received, 96% of parents agreed that the advanced trainings have encouraged them to make the reading experience with their children more effective and fun, and 91% of parents claimed that they were motivated to practice literacy activities more frequently after attending the advanced trainings.

SCOLAR's English is Everywhere 2012-2013

In collaboration with the Standing Committee of Language Education and Research (SCOLAR), we organized a total of 15 workshops including "Have Fun with English Stories," "Be A Story Teller," "Bringing Books Alive – Drama Education" and "My Favourite Book Character Competition" to encourage a love of English through story based activities. A total of 280 primary and secondary students from 62 schools across Hong Kong benefited during the holiday periods of Christmas, Chinese New Year and Easter.

The programme received very positive responses from the students as they were exposed to a wide range of approaches to selected English language stories from creating their own stories to improvising book characters, to bringing stories to life and mastering the skills of storytelling. Essential to our learning approach is that it is fun for the kids and inspires creativity as well as providing a good platform to practice their oral English.

"Love to Learn" Campaign 2013

Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong launched the "Love to Learn" campaign in 2013 as a collaborative effort between Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong and the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation. Through "Love to Learn," we 'influence the influencers' by bringing industry experts including early childhood literacy specialists and authors to share their expertise and spread the love of reading across Hong Kong. The main aim is to advocate for change in the way we learn – to improve children's confidence, motivation and interest to read – and to enhance literacy development.

Since the launch of the "Love to Learn" campaign, we have invited 11 author and/or childhood education experts to give talks and run 10 advanced workshops in literacy development. So far we have directly impacted 1,600 children, 750 parents and 320 teachers through the campaign.


Special thanks to our donor Hyatt Asia Pacific to support our “Love to Learn” Campaign in 2013.

School Outreach Reading Project for Low Income Students in Hong Kong 2013-2015

This two-year project sponsored by an anonymous donor, enabled us to provide a strong foundation for literacy development and motivation to read in children from low-income families. During the first year of this project, we partnered with three primary schools and provided 30 reading sessions for a total of 87 children from low-income families and conducted parent trainings for 57 parents. We also donated a bookcase with 200 quality children's books to each school and provided 900 complimentary books to all the children who participated in this project.

The first year of this project was completed successfully with the help of our experienced trainer Choi EE and a team of committed volunteers. In the second year of the project, we will partner with another three primary schools to reach more children and families in need.

Operation Santa Claus 2014-2015 – Book Spark: Igniting the Love of Reading for Life

With the generous support from Operation Santa Claus, we are able to conduct 56 award-winning "First Teachers Training" for 1,120 parents of children 0-8 years old from disadvantaged local families and set up 28 reading corners at each participating school in 2014-2015.

As at 30 Apr 2014, we have conducted seven trainings for 140 parents in order to equip them with the skills sets and confidence to make reading with their children powerful, effective and fun. We have also set up two reading corners benefiting over 400 children. The whole project will be completed by June 2015.

Story Sharing

Christine Yau, Mother

Participant of "First Teachers Training"

"Before the training, I read with my daughter for learning and she was so reluctant to read books. After applying what I had learnt in the 'First Teachers Training', she started to pick up the book and read."

To ensure her daughter could read well, Christine attended different workshops which claimed to help develop children's literacy skills. However, much of the advice she heard did not help her daughter at all, "I was so frustrated as different speakers shared specific ideas regarding reading but none seemed to work and some were even contradictory to each other. I became stressed as the reading techniques were very demanding until I came across Bring me a Book's method. The read aloud skills that BMABHK's trainer introduced brought fun to our reading time. Reading is not just about learning words, but also about the illustrations. Now, when I read with my daughter, we read aloud and discuss the pictures too!"

Christine also mentioned that the "First Teachers Training" emphasized the importance of a positive reading attitude as well. As such, she has just changed her approach, ensuring reading time is a fun and pleasurable experience as this will help her daughter develop a life-long reading habit.

Throughout the training, Christine was most impressed when BMABHK's trainer recommended the Feng Zikai award winning book "A New Year's Reunion". She felt her family, including her husband, could really relate to the story. As such, they have a closer relationship from reading together. "I do feel tired trying to balance work and family life. Yet, when I think of quality time with my daughter, I am strengthened to read with her. I don't want to miss these treasured moments together."

Edith Cheng, Social Work Assistant

Jockey Club Fu Shin Lutheran Integrated Service Centre (Community Partner)

"I am well-equipped and more confident in leading BMABHK's 'First Teachers Training' after attending their 'Train the Trainer' workshop. Thanks to the experienced trainer's expertise and feedback from the participants, I am encouraged to do better."

Every organization that joins BMABHK's Library Program will become our community partner and can invite staff to attend our "Train the Trainer" workshop for free.

Ms Cheng admitted, "I thought I knew how to choose good children's books before the training. Now, however, I realize that the big books aren't always the best books." She believes that parents generally identify with the importance of reading; therefore, to further promote a positive reading culture, BMABHK's "Guides to the Best English and Chinese Children's Books" are a wonderful resource for parents and teachers. Not only do the guides help save time for those looking for good books, but as they are all picture books, they also encourage 'conversational reading', enhancing a deeper communication and relationship with the children.

Ms Lee, Principal

Shun Tin Rhenish Nursery (Community Partner)

"The Library Program of Bring Me A Book Hong Kong is wonderful! The books in the library are carefully selected and are very good quality! People who visit our kindergarten really appreciate what we are doing to promote reading."

Shun Tin Rhenish Nursery joined our Library Program in 2013. Ms Lee, the principal, said that these picture books widened the teachers' horizon. Although they bought books for students, they did not know how to select good quality books for children until they became BMABHK's community partner. "All the books and the bookshelf we received are brand new and excellent quality. What a valuable resources to our students!"

Ms Lee was also happy to see the reading atmosphere improve immediately after the bookshelf was installed in the reception area, "Our students love to pick up a book and read while they were waiting for their parents."

Ms Lu, Social Worker

Yuen Long Town Hall Family Life Education Unit (community partner)

"The Book Bag Library Program is a very attractive and convenient service to parents. They can bring picture books home after the book club activity. When children see the bag, they are very motivated to read the books inside."

Ms Lu from Yuen Long Town Hall Family Life Education Unit shared why she was so devoted to promote parent-child reading, "As a mother, I truly believe that reading is a very good way to nurture relationships within the family. Children may forget what they have read but they will always remember the moments when their parents are spending time with them."

Each BMABHK Book Bag Library includes 65 canvas bags with the organization's logo printed on it. Each bag contains 3 – 4 quality Chinese and English children books for parents to read aloud with their children. Ms Lu appreciated that all bags were printed with their organization logo. "One of our participants had lost the bag on the train and ended up getting it back because of the information found on the bag."

Ms Yeung, Supervisor

HKSPC Air Cargo Community Day Creche (Community Partner)

"The books that BMABHK provide to parents are very high quality and we are so proud to be able to present these to the parents of our community."

Every participant who has completed the 'First Teachers Training' receives a new children's book to incentive them to read at home. Supervisor of the day crèche, Ms Yeung, also agreed that the training and books really help to empower the parents to read aloud with children regularly.

Working with infants and their parents for so many years, Ms Yeung hopes that parents will learn to value books more. "Parents are willing to pay a lot for toys. Yet, I hope that they will understand that a book is a toy, a very valuable toy too. Parents tell me they now experience a much stronger connection and bond with their children through reading together."

Lai, Mother

Participant of First Teachers Training and Founder of "Reading Makes You Shine"

"I am much more motivated and confident to read aloud with my child after attending the 'First Teachers Training'."

Like all parents, Lai wanted to give her child the best start in life and searched the internet for research-based activities that fostered her child's healthy development. When she came across BMABHK she was thrilled as she found the resources – available for free - on the website incredibly useful, 'Every parent should know where the treasure is!' Lai said.

Later, Lai joined the Community Training led by BMABHK trainer. Her read aloud skills improved significantly and she had a new understanding of how her and her husband can enrich their relationship with their daughter through stories. "Reading aloud was becoming more and more boring like a mundane routine. Now, I know how to leave some space for myself and my child. Reading becomes fun again and I enjoy it more than ever."

Lai felt so inspired having experienced the benefits of reading aloud through BMABHK's method, she and other participants started an online (Facebook) book club which also meets regularly called 'Reading Makes You Shine'. This book club has grown quickly and attracted many more parents and educators who share the same vision – that every child should be read to in every family.

Financial Report

Bring Me A book Hong Kong Limited (Limited by guarantee)

Statement of comprehensive income for the year ended April 30, 2014

2014 2013
REVENUE 8,465,468 2,903,176
Add: Net Surplus / (Deficit) on a special project
­ Feng Zikai Chinese Children's Picture Book Award
697,497 (347,645)
Other income 98,051 12,185
Bank interest income 31 34
TOTAL INCOME 9,261,047 2,567,750
Less: Operating expenses 381,766 399,633
Fundraising event expenses 1,125,031 146,435
Program expenses 3,005,697 3,216,961
TOTAL EXPENSES 4,512,494 3,763,029
NET SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) FOR THE YEAR 4,748,553 (1,195,279)

Balance sheet as at April 30, 2014

2014 2013
NON-CURRENT ASSETS Property, Plant and Equipment 16,389 17,012
16,389 17,012
CURRENT ASSETS Inventories 602,803 321,724
Other receivables 304,933 289,616
Bank and Cash 11,052,256 6,421,948
TOTAL 11,959,992 7,033,288
CURRENT LIABILITIES Other payables 475,749 298,221
475,749 298,221
NET CURRENT ASSETS 11,484,243 6,735,067
GENERAL FUND At May 1, 2013 6,752,079 7,947,358
Transfer from statement of comprehensive income / (loss)
- Surplus / (Deficit)
4,748,553 (1,195,279)
11,500,632 6,752,079

Our Board 2012 - 2014

New additions since 2014

Our Staff

(from left to right)

Christy Kam Program Manager
Angela Leung Program Director
Pia Wong Executive Director
Yoyo Yau Program Manager (resigned in Dec 2014)
Iris Lau Program Coordinator

Our Trainers

  • Angie Lin

  • Joyce Choi (Choi EE)

  • Julie Fowlkes

  • Pauline Young

  • Percie Wong

Supporters of Bring Me A Book Hong Kong

We wish to express our deepest gratitude to the following individuals and organizations for their donations and support in 2012-2014

The Corporate Donors, Foundations and Organizations

Adbrownies Advertising Ltd
Alpha One
ALPS Advisory (HK) Ltd
APAC Resources Ltd.
Bank of America Merill Lynch
Bank of Communications (IT Dept)
BOM City
C & A Sourcing Ltd
Canadian International School of HK Parents' Association Ltd
Capgemini Hong Kong Limited
Capstone Prep Education Center
Charitable Choice
Chen Yet Sen Family Foundation
China Jiuhao Health Industry Corporation Limited
Chinavision Media Group Limited
Circle K Convenience Stores (HK) Ltd
Citi Private Bank
COL Capital Ltd.
Commercial Radio Hong Kong
Coutts & Co Ltd
Credit Suisse
Crown Sky (HK) Ltd.
Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Dymocks Gold Coast
English Schools Foundation - Sha Tin College, The
Folli Folli HK Intl. Ltd
German Swiss International School
Glenealy School
Goldman Sachs (Asia) L.L.C.
Group Star Corporation Limited
Hong Kong Country Club, The
Hong Kong Women's Choir, The
Hutchison Global Communications Limited
Hutchison Telephone Company Limited
Huxley Associates
Hyatt International - Asia Pacific Limited
International Montessori School
Jing Mei Automotive Limited
Joyce Boutique Limited
Li & Fung (Trading) Ltd
Macmillan Publishers (China) Ltd
Macquarie Group Foundation
National Philanthropoic Trust (Grant Fund)
Norton Rose (Services)
Orange County Community Foundation
Ovolo Group Limited
PIMCO Asia Limited
Pods Academy Limited
Rotary Club of the Peak
Royal Bank of Canada
School Choice
SCMP Charities Ltd.- Operation Santa Claus
Society of Publishers in Asia Limited, The
St. David's Society of Hong Kong
Starbucks Coffee Asia Pacific
Stichting Benevolentia
Twopresents Ltd.
Uniconcept Asia Ltd
Yu Ming Investment Management Limited

Individual Donors

Ada Tse
Adam Goodman
Allen Fung
Anne Marie Munk
Annie & Patrick Ting
Anthony Huang
Augustin de Bary
Auyang Pak Hong, Bernard
Benny Wong
Berenice Voets
Bernard Cheong
Bonnae Gokson
Bonnie Chan Woo
Chan Chi Ho
Chan King Man
Chan Kok Chung Johnny
Chan Kwok Ying, Tracy
Chan Samantha
Chan Tin Chu Francis
Chan Wing Lun
Charlotte Heathcote
CHEN Yue Jia James
Chew Fook Aun
Chong Sok Un
Chow Suk Yin
Christina Lee
Chua Guan Hock, S.C.
Chuen Kwok Wai
Chung Wai Kit
Clara Fung Koo
Da Wen
Daisy Chen
Daisy Jiang
Darrell Chan
David Ting
Dr. Kevin Wong
Edward Leffingwell Pulling
Elaine Ho
Elizabeth Burns
Eva To
Fan Wai Chu
Fiona Kotur Marin
Fok Ka Yee
Frank Leung
Frank Tang
Gerald Yu & Connie Chan
Goodwin & Yama Gaw
Greg and Christina Donohugh
Gwen Rehnborg
Harold Leong
Helen & Tony Chang
Hendrick Sin
Henry Chan
Hiu Yin Wai
Ho Chu Wai Yee
Ho Ka Sin Casey
Ho Kiu Kei, Joseph
Homer Sun
Huang Yu
Hui Mui Ling, Suzanne
Ivan AU & Leo TONG
Jacklyn Hui
Jacqueline and Stanley Sun
Jason & Viennie Wu
Jelmar de Jong
Jennifer Cheng
Jessie Chu Chen
Joanna Hotung & Friends
John Clifford Dahl
John Shaw
Jonathan Cheng
Jonathan Collins
K. B. Fung
Karin Ann
Kay Tsang
Kimberly Ciszewski
Lau Tin Yip & Cheung Yuk Kuen
Laura Murray of HSBC
Lee Man Yin, Maggie
Lee Seng Huang
Leigh Tung
Leung Kam Chung
Leung Mei Ling
Leung Yung
Lilian Shih
Lily Ahn Riddick
Lin Wan Qaing
Lin Xu Ming
Liu Chi Wai
Liza Goodman
LUCIDO Lorenzo
Lui Fung Kuen
M W Kwan
Malti Dialdas
Marcy Trent Long
Margaret Chen
Martha Keswick
Mei-ni Yang
Michelle Cheng
Morgan Sze
Mr. & Mrs. Brian and Tansy Tom
Mr. & Mrs. John & Eizelle Taino
Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Cheng
Mr. & Mrs. Ken Lam
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin & Sabrina Lam
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Ting
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Au
Mr. & Mrs. Simon Yip
Mr. & Mrs. Danny LAU Sai Wing
Mr. Tang Hamilton TY and Ms. Choy Yolanda Elaine
Mrs. Julia Fung
Ms. Shirley Hung & Mr. Roy Kuan
Nancy Ferriman
Ng Alice
Ng Kwan Hung Edward
Ng Siu Fai
Ngan Chun Hang
Niamh Armitage
Nicola Chu and Wendy Fung Chua
Nicole & Dario Pong
Nicolette Correy
Nigel Pearson
Nina Hung
Paulo Lam
Pearl Lee
Peggy Yeoh
Richard Wong
Ronald Tham
Rowena Chow
Ryan, Lillian & Kaitlyn Fong
S Y Lee
Samson Ting
Shirley Chong, MH
Simon Fung (Swanny Chu)
Sophia Lai
Stephen Tsi Chuen Wong & Yinne Yu
Su Lee
Susan Taliaferro
Tansy Tom
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