On 8th April, a group of 13 form 2 students joined the Refugee Walk held by Christian Action. The activity focused on the needs of refugees in Hong Kong. They are from different parts of the world. They left their country of nationality because of race, religion or war. They struggle to live a life in Hong Kong as they are not allowed to work. The Walk started outside the Chungking Mansions. Students were then guided to St. Andrew’s Christian Centre, Kowloon Union Church, the UNHCR office in Yau Ma Tei and a Community Centre where refugees can find shelter. They ended visiting a refugee’s family. Three girls and a divorced mother live there. Although their lives are tough in Hong Kong, the girls’ academic performances are all excellent. Lastly, our students asked them some questions and wished them all the best.