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Fun Expressive Arts Workshop for young people with disabilities


No Limits Social Club organized the Fun Expressive Arts Workshop for young people with disabilities (guests) for the third time on April 6 at the Methodist International Church.  Again, we invited Derek Lum, an Expressive Arts Specialist, who designed various movements and artistic formats to teach the 14 guests and, our 10 volunteers from JP Morgan Chase and, 11 students from Raimondi College how to express emotion.

Derek first asked everyone to use some circular movements to greet each other.  Our Project Leader, Sophie Mensdorff-Pouilly, prepared each one a set of canvas and crayons to draw some pictures in a collaborative effort.  They all needed to contribute their ideas of drawing on different canvases and put them together to become a large picture that contained various elements of expression.

We wrapped up the event with some upbeat disco songs. As the sound of the high-energy songs stormed into the room, everyone started having their body grooving and getting their feet on the floor. Our Dancing Queen, Hiu Lum, took to the dance floor with Derek and danced seamlessly in unison, with so much joy!  Anissa, Hiu Lum’s mom, said, “Hiu Lum really enjoyed the event very much and thank all volunteers!”

Xavier Keung, the Leader of the JP Morgan Volunteer Team, said, “It was a very meaningful and fun filled afternoon. Through this event, we get to meet and understand ppl with disability better. To know their struggles as well as potential especially through interacting with people with disabilities but also doing interesting things. We would love to participate more and help promote inclusiveness in the communities that we live in.”

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