Transforming Lives Through Music: Hong Kong Generation Next Arts

On July 11th, Hong Kong Generation Next Arts, a charity that serves the Hong Kong community through musical development and training, brought 3 of their most talented musicians, including one with a visual impairment, to perform at Carnegie Hall. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson went to a press conference for the recital and brings you the story.

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