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Parenting Documentary

To learn a language, we learn how to write through reading the words.

Parenting Documentary

When I first met Mrs Ng, I told her that she should not be too quiet while teaching her hearing impaired daughter.

Parenting Documentary

'I've got two monsters at home,' Florence sighs. Six years ago, Florence left Hong Kong for Taiwan and got married with her Taiwanese boyfriend.

Parenting Documentary

As Mr. and Mrs. Tung are quiet and introvert, they can hardly understand why is their daughter so talkative. 'She is very active and cannot sit still.

Parenting Documentary

The Chik's family has two children. The elder one, called Chun-hei, is four-year-old now. He is a fan of sharks and loves to play with toy sharks. And he swims like a shark.

Parenting Documentary

Shirley is young, but she has decided to give up her career to devote all her time to her son, Cheuk-yin. She wants to be a good mother.

Parenting Documentary

The Chik's family has two children. The elder one, called Chun-hei, is four-year-old now. He is a fan of sharks and loves to play with toy sharks. And he swims like a shark.

Parenting Documentary

Kwok Ho-kei, now 5 years and a half, is born to a fisherman in Tung Chung. Her parents need to go to the sea frequently to catch fish. Previously, Ho-kei was taken care by her grandmother.

Parenting Documentary

'Please tell me! Please tell me how to make you a good boy!' a helpless mother asks her son. Wing Lam, aged 4, is the only son of his parents.

Parenting Documentary

Many families in Hong Kong have both parents working full time. Busy life led by Mr. and Mrs. Au are common.