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We are Echo, a student-led international nonprofit organization based in Hong Kong, aiming to share experience, encourage deep, meaningful communication and bridge individuals from all walks of life.
Mr. Alan Chau
University of Oxford
PhD student in
Statistical Machine Learning
“When you talk to a soulmate, you'll naturally enter a surreal state where you feel like your body doesn't belong to you, yet only your mind is conscious. This strikes true for learning too; if you pour your heart and soul into a certain realm, you’ll feel really close to life itself."
Mr. Maurice Lee
Lawyer, BBS, JP
Convenor of Hong Kong-Taiwan
Cultural Co-operation Committee
“The attitude is, in three words, to be undefeatable. If I am considered successful, I believe I am a fighter, who gets to his feet after falling repeatedly. With optimism and an undefeatable spirit, you can overcome all odds to succeed someday.”
Ms. Anne Lee
Deputy Editor-in-Chief of
Joint Publishing (HK)
"Fear not when you're alone, since boundless universes and friendship are waiting for you in the ocean of books. They are bound to share so many invaluable experiences and knowledge with you."
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Access Abroad Hong Kong (AAHK) was founded in 2016 to address higher education inequality for HK students applying to overseas unis by overcoming cultural, informational, and financial barriers that prevent talented students from gaining admission to top UK unis like Oxbridge, allowing them to reach their full potential.