Growing up in a low-income family, Hoffman understands the difficulties and struggles that under-resourced students face. Not only did he find his own ways to acquire a wide variety of transferable skill sets through proactive learning, but he is now also able to help more underserved students realize their potential and fulfill their dreams by working for an NGO.

Hoffman thinks that the economy of Hong Kong is capital-oriented. Economic development is all about money, and we have overlooked some other vital things in society. That is why he is actively involved in projects about students. To him, education always has room to improve on how to better equip students, especially those from undesired family backgrounds, with the necessary skills desired in the workplace. The skills include critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills.


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