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Fu Tsun-hung

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Retiring to work: promoting professionalism

Mr Fu Tsun-hung, who everyone calls ‘Fu Sir’, is a senior social worker and social workers’ training supervisor. Having served the Social Welfare Department of the Hong Kong Government for many years, he felt that there has been a prevalent lack of social service professionalism in terms of standardised operational models and practical experience in Mainland China, and was determined to retire early; he went to Guangzhou, China and dedicated himself to the promotion of social service and training of the professionals. Over the past few years, Fu Sir spares no effort to promote social work and has witnessed a significant increase in public acceptance of this profession. He believes that the varieties of local conditions require social workers to communicate patiently and perseveringly, seek support and assistance from local government agencies, and take practical actions to improve people's living conditions.