Artist Guide – Service Users


Mr. CHE Man-yuk

Mr. Che’s works are not bound by any painting styles. For him, it does not matter what techniques or styles are used. As long as viewers understand and feel delighted about his works, it will be good enough.



Ms. Cheung has an affinity with painting since childhood, as she helped drawing pictures as a child for her father who ran a printing business. As an introvert, she is not good at communicating with others. However, after having Parkinson’s disease, she came to Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation (HKSR) and knew many new friends. This work was drawn jointly by Ms. Cheung and her son.


Ms. CHENG Tsz-yin

Ms. Cheng attended HKSR’s courses on diabetes mellitus from 2003 to 2004, and she has worked as our volunteer to teach painting since 2005. She learned about watercolour painting and sketching in 2009 and later studied Chinese ink-wash painting.


Ms. LAW Jing-chun Hedy

Fully occupied by her busy work in the business sector before she retired, Ms. Law had to give up her hobbies. When she came to Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation (HKSR) three years ago, she started to pick up her previous hobbies such as singing, Tai Chi, and drawing. After practicing more of them, she became more relaxed and calm. In addition, with the proper caring services offered by HKSR’s staff, she no longer feels irritated or impatient.


Mr. NG Siu-fung

A staunch supporter of events organised by Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation (HKSR), Mr. Ng often participates in volunteer activities. He became a voluntary painting instructor for HKSR in 2000. Through helping others, he also gained a lot for himself. As a person with diabetes mellitus, he learned more about how to manage the disease from social workers, which relieved a lot of his worries about the illness.