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China Hong Kong City

China Hong Kong City is one of Hong Kong’s most prominent and largest commercial complexes.

Its unique gold curtain wall cladding and the presence of the China Ferry Terminal and passenger facilities have earned itself a reputation as the ‘Golden Gateway to China’.

Hong Kong Red Cross Hospital Schools

Established in 1954, the "Hong Kong Red Cross Hospital Schools" is an aided special school under the Hong Kong Red Cross. The Incorporated Management Committee of the school was set up on 31 August, 2010. Presently, there are 23 school units attached to 18 hospitals throughout Hong Kong.

Caritas Hong Kong

Caritas–Hong Kong (Caritas) was founded in July 1953 by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong.

Our Schools provide vivid and effective learning programmes to students with special education needs for their integral growth and development.

Alliance of Ex-mentally Ill of Hong Kong

According to the particular situation of the ex-mentally ill, they are always be misunderstood by others. They need to group together and express their needs in order to reinforce communication with the public and the government as well as to get their reasonable rights.

Enlighten - Action for Epilepsy

Enlighten is the only epilepsy-focused Hong Kong charity that aims to benefit anyone directly or indirectly affected by epilepsy by providing a range of complimentary, bi-lingual epilepsy-focused services to all sectors of the Hong Kong community.

Shatin Public School

(Chinese ONLY)本校秉承「樂育菁莪、有教無類」的辦學精神和宗旨,為有特殊教育需要的兒童提供一個以知識、技能和獨立為本的全人教育,用以協助他們達致個人的發展,使成為一個愛自己、愛家庭、愛國家及對社會有貢獻的良好公民。

The Child Development Centre

Established 35 years ago, the Child Development Centre at Matilda (CDC) is a non-profit charitable organization, partially subsidised by the Social Welfare Department.

Haven of Hope Care & Attention Home for Severely Disabled

Haven of Hope Care & Attention Home for Severely Disabled provides residential service for severe mentally or physically disabled who aged 15 or above.

Rainbow Project

The Rainbow Project is developing a programme of education for ASD children drawing on the experience, practice and research emanating from the leading centres of excellence in USA and Europe.

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