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“For Hongkongers who feel life is going too fast, walking a labyrinth can help” SCMP, Sunday, January 3, 2016

Dear reader, I met HKIS alum Martha Collard about 6 years ago, and since then I have frequently taken my “Service, Society, and the Sacred” class to visit her and walk a labyrinth as a spiritual practice at her center.  … Continue reading

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The Labyrinthine Journey Towards Social Conscience

When students enter high school and choose to take Humanities I in Action, they embark on a journey that asks them to leave their ordinary way of thinking behind and begin a personal exploration of their place in the world.

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