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Jacky Tse

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Daydream vs dream

In Form Four, Jacky Tse Wai-kin decided to leave his school of books to join the school of life. He set aside his studies and joined the workforce, toiling in a fast food restaurant to make money. Jacky used to believe that if you “have money, a flat, a car and a good wife,” then you have achieved success. But it turns out that money can’t buy your goals in life. While he was feeling lost, he came upon a cup of coffee. This cup of coffee led him to the first certificate ever in his life. It also allowed him to discover his interests and motivated him to pursue his dream.  

He is keen to share his story. He wants to send out a wakeup call to those young people feeling lost, and to keep a little reminder to himself: “Take action! Don’t wait for fate to come on its own.”