Hans Andersen Club

Cherish our Children, Cultivate our Community 關懷子女 培育社群

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Hong Kong

August 08, 2019

In 1963, a group of expatriates began serving the underprivileged children and new migrant families in the Diamond Hill district of Kowloon. Hans Andersen Club was named after the renowned Danish story writer Hans Christian Andersen to symbolize the Club’s concerns for and focus on the well being of children and the youth, regardless of their races, nationalities and religions.

We take families as our servicing target. As a harmonious parent-child relationship can be established through storytelling and creative games, Hans Andersen Club purports to provide adequate training as well as readily accessible resources and trainings on storytelling and on devising creative games, and to serve the grass-root and under-privileged families and their children in Hong Kong. Our goal is to enable children enjoy holistic development and adapt to intellectual based society.






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