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香港 – 國際大都會?

鏗鏘集-交齊功課換食物

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljvT7HjfbNk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxL7Gh9C4eE

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  1. Olivia says

    The other day one of my friends told me that he got a comment from his course supervisor that his project proposal did not seem to have an objective. Jokingly I gave him a response, “oh, should we think about if we have any objective in life?”

    HK (and actually many developing countries) is well known for polarization between the rich and the poor. Remember how HK was famous in the past for being hardworking? And see how the couple (who contributed money to the school) in the show talked about the behavior of the middle class when they are no longer poor? It reminds me of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

    I think the program of the school can satisfy the physiological needs of the students and their family, and can satisfy the three higher levels of needs: love and belonging with the family, self-esteem by getting respect from family members, and self-actualization by solving practical family problems.



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