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The Standard Goodies: Honesty is the best policy

The empty pot

7th May 2018 PING is the subject of a Chinese emperor who is exceptionally gifted at growing things. When it is time for the old king to choose his successor, he tests the children…

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The Standard Goodies: Trusting others to work together

Stone Soup

25th Apr 2018 STONE Soup, set in rural China, follows three monks who take a journey into the mountains to try to understand what makes one happy. They pass through a war-torn village…

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The Standard Goodies: Fortune favours the brave

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30th Apr 2018 From the award-winning creators of What Do You Do With An Idea? This story is about a child who is unsure what to make of a chance encounter. After not taking some initial chances, the child sees that…

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The Standard Goodies: Appreciating silence

The Sound of Silence

16th Apr 2018 IN The Sound of Silence, which is set in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Yoshio asks a musician, “Do you have a favourite sound?” She replies, “The most beautiful sound is the sound of ma, of silence.”

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The Standard Goodies: Face up to problems

what do you do with a problem

9th Apr 2018 WHAT do you do with a problem that follows you around and does not seem to go away? Do you worry about it? Ignore it? Do you run and hide from it? The longer the problem is avoided, the bigger it seems to get.  

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【讓世界變得更美麗】

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Hong Kong Economic Journal (2018-03-29) By :陳東紅

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【展開深層的對話閱讀】

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Smart Parents (2018-03-29) By :陳東紅

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The Standard Goodies: Reversal of fortune

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19th Mar 2018 THE Lost Horse is a wonderful ancient Chinese folktale about Sai, a Chinese man who believes everything happens for a reason. With every hardship – such as the loss of his horse and the injury of his son – he says, “You know, it may not be such a bad thing.” One […]

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