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Radio broadcast – Full episode (February 27, 2021)

Date: 2021-02-27
Topics: Life
Languages: Cantonese

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"Music of the Heart" Ying Chi Yuet - Ice Field : We often encounter setbacks and unhappiness in life, how can we find positive energy from the adversity and continue to pursue our goals in life? This episode of Music of the Heart, we have Ying Chi Yuet joining us to personally share a song he has written.
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"Music of the Heart" Ying Chi Yuet - Ice Field

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We often encounter setbacks and unhappiness in life, how can we find positive energy from the adversity and continue to pursue our goals in life? This episode of Music of the Heart, we have Ying Chi Yuet joining us to personally share a song he has written.




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