Won­der Women

A PROJECT CEL­E­BRAT­ING IN­SPI­RA­TIONAL WOMEN WILL BE UN­VEILED AT THE HKSPC’S AN­NUAL BALL IN HON­OUR OF THE WOMEN WHO HAD THE FORE­SIGHT TO FOUND THE CHAR­ITY ALMOST NINE DECADES AGO

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The hong kong so­ci­ety for the Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren (HKSPC) was founded 88 years ago by a group of women with a pas­sion for ed­u­ca­tion and so­cial de­vel­op­ment. Th­ese women have trans­formed the lives of count­less peo­ple. To cel­e­brate the or­gan­i­sa­tion’s work in im­prov­ing our city, the HKSPC has teamed up with Louis Vuit­ton and Hongkongtatler to recog­nise five ground­break­ing fig­ures cur­rently push­ing their own bound­aries in life and work. Th­ese women in­clude gay rights ac­tivist Gigi Chao and ed­u­ca­tion en­tre­pre­neur Clau­dine Ying.

The Women of Won­der project, which com­prises a se­ries of pow­er­ful por­traits and mov­ing in­ter­views, will be un­veiled at the HKSPC An­nual Gala Ball at the Is­land Shangri-la on Oc­to­ber 31. The por­traits and in­ter­views will be pub­lished in the next is­sue of Hong Kong Tatler and dis­played at Louis Vuit­ton’s flag­ship store in Tsim Sha Tsui.

por­trait of a lady Clau­dine Ying shares an In­sta­gram im­age of her shoot

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