Special kids in fine voice at DisneylandCentral Station | 4 Dec 2018
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort continues its dedication to care for pediatric patients and their familieswithits Community Choir Sing Along Christmas caroling at the park, where participants perform at Main Street USA on selected dates.
The performing groups include visually impaired students from Ebenezer School for the Visually Impaired, children with language impairment from Benji's Children Choir, as well as KIDS' Dream Choir and Little Life Warrior.
Holly Wong Hoi-lam, pictured right with her mother, a primary five student from Ebenezer School for the Visually Impaired, suffers from congenital microphthalmia and retinal defect and is diagnosed with moderate low vision.
As choir team primary section leader, this was Holly's first time performing at HKDL. "I wish to help the younger or visually impaired teammates at every choir practice, such as reading out the lyrics repeatedly so they can recite the songs, or help the instructors teach the members to move according to the melody," she said of her duties.