On 12th Dec 2009, a group of heart transplant recipients and donor family members met in Queen Mary Hospital to celebrate the breakthrough of the 100th heart transplant in Hong Kong. The party was jointly organized by the Hospital Authority (HA), the Department of Health (DH), the Hong Kong Society of Transplantation (HKST) and the Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA). The event was kicked off by the honorable guests: Mr. Anthony Wu, JP, Chairman, HA, Dr Thomas Tsang, Controller, Centre for Health Protection, DH, Prof Philip Li, President, HKST, Dr Tse Hung-hing, President, HKMA and Dr Lawrence Lai, Cluster Chief Executive, Hong Kong West, HA. Many present and past medical and nursing staffs of the heart transplant team came and reunited in celebration of this meaningful event. In total, 141 people attended the activity, including 32 people from 19 heart donors’ families, 47 people from 31 heart recipients and their families, 52 guests and 20 healthcare workers. One donor family member and 2 transplant recipients shared their feelings with the audiences and the media. The first heart transplant recipient, “一哥趙雲開, shared his joy and thankfulness by singing a song 17 years after receiving his gift of life. The event had attracted vast media coverage - 11 mass media turned up including 5 newspapers, 3 radios and 3 TV reporters. On the next day, 6 newspapers published the event and helped to propagate the message of organ donation.