We had the honour to have Ms Liu Jing, an undergraduate of the Master of Public Administration and Management (MPAM) program offered by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (NUS), share with us on her experiences and contributions over the years in our very first philanthropy workshop.
Since young, Ms Liu was one of the rural student who received financed education from the “Project Hope” (希望工程) in China, a Chinese public service project organized by the China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF) and the Communist Youth League (CYL) Central Committee. She was also the first recipient to be giving back to Project Hope.
I have always believed in chasing the light of life. If everyone can preserve the light in their eyes and love in their hearts, hope will surely carry them beneath their feet.
The book showcases how the participants challenged their limits and conquered the World Marathon Challenge and North Pole Marathon to inspire people to challenge their own limits and pursue their dreams boldly.
The book tells the stories behind the event which saw the largest number of people in history running 1045km round Taiwan in 19 days.