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Young Budding writers shine at The Standard’s 2019 Student Writing Competition

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The Standard 英文虎報 (September 16, 2019) This year, a total of 36 budding writers were recognized at the award ceremony held on August 17 at ZCB in Kowloon Bay. Thank you for inviting BMAB’s Executive Director, Pia Wong as one of  judge for the primary section category and Congratulations to all the finalists and winners of […]

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Dos and Don’ts for Parent-child reading

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HK01[親子] – 2019-08-19 HK01 has invited our Program Director, Ms Angela Leung to share the important ideas in Parent-child reading and how to get used of the books to inspire children’s creativity. Click here for full article [Chinese Only]    

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The Importance of Reading

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[South China Morning Post -Good Schools Guide-Kindergartens 2020/21] Developing a Child’s reading skills is hugely important to their future academic success. But what is the best way to go about it? Pia Wong, Executive Director of Bring Me A Book Hong Kong Limited, shares the tips of fostering an interest in reading in your child […]

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EdCityHK’s Talk by Dr. Elizabeth Ka Yee Loh and Alison Chan

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Highlights from EdCityHK’s talk between Dr. Elizabeth Ka Yee Loh, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong and Board Chair, Bring Me a Book Hong Kong Alison Chan on April 8, 2019: According to the PIRLS 2016, students tended to gain higher scores on the reading test when they recorded higher in the three […]

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Parent-child Reading

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[Scenario, Issue 63, March 2019] The cover of Scenario is Ms.Alison Chan, our Board Chair and her 2 daughters; the interviewees are our Director of Community Outreach and volunteers. Thanks to HKCSS for providing this platform, promoting parent-child reading!   http://www.hkcss.org.hk/uploadfileMgnt/0_201931114539.pdf [Chinese only]      

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Be Patient

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Hong Kong Economic Journal (2018-10-25) By :陳東紅

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How to encourage children to read English Books?

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Smart Parents (2018-12-13) By :陳東紅 Catherine Chan Bring Me A Book Lead Trainer Julie Fowlkes suggested the tips to encourage children to read more English books.  

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CBMP Radio Broadcast: Reading Aloud to Young Children

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Metro Broadcast Corporation Limited (26/9/2018) By: Joanne Guests: Choi EE, Bring Me A Book Hong Kong Director of Community Outreach and Ms. Karen, Bring Me A Book Hong Kong Volunteer Reading Aloud to Young Children#12 – Reading and Second Language Acquisition (English)

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The importance of reading aloud fairy tales to your child

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Apple Daily (13/10/2018) by: 果籽 “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” Albert Einstein The importance of reading aloud fairy tales to your child by Choi EE, Bring Me A Book Hong Kong Director of Community Outreach. Highlights […]

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