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Co-organized with the Hong Kong Society of Nephrology, the Hong Kong Society of Transplantation would host a première show of the award winning ‘The Passage Beyond’「一屋寶貝」on 22 Jan 2011. Organ donor families and recipients are invited to enjoy the show at the Lyric Theatre at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

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On 19 Dec. 2010, the Hong Kong Society of Transplantation and the Prince of Wales
Hospital jointly organized the launching ceremony of the ‘Tree of Life’ garden and
the ‘Memorial Gardens & Words of Gratitude’ web garden.
The event was kicked off by the speech by our President, Prof Philip Li, releasing
the most up-to-date 2010 transplant numbers in Hong Kong and also stressing the
overwhelming number of 1800 wait-list patients.
The Chairman of the Hospital Authority, Mr Anthony Wu followed by another
important message that 9 out of 100 wait-list patients died while waiting every year.
Chief executive of the Prince of Wales Hospital, Dr Fung Hong, also showed his great
concern and support for organ donation activities.
The ‘Tree of Life’ garden was marked by a sculpture and a tree. The sculpture,
named ‘Blooming’, was donated by Prof Richard Yu, a senior member of the
Hong Kong nephrologist. It signified the blooming life of organ recipients after the
generous act of organ donors. A Flame of the Forest, implying again life, was planted
just next to the sculpture.
Five newly transplanted patients participated the event and hanged wishes cards to the
tree.
A great mother, Madame Chan, who donated all organs of her son, shared her
thoughts and beliefs of helping people. She was also one of the contributors to our
web gardens. With her presence, the ‘Memorial Gardens & Words of Gratitude’ was
officially launched.

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Date: 1stAugust,2010.

Time: 10 – 10:30 am

Venue: Lecture Theater, M Floor, The Hospital Authority Building, Argyle Street, KLN

Guest of Honors: Mr Shane Solomon & Mrs Rita Fan

Number of participants: 45 organ recipients and 2 donor family members

Results: 16 Gold, 19 Silver and 12 Bronze = total 47 medals

Media coverage: 10 newspapers, 2 electronic media & 14 Website media

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