Honored Kid

Josh M.

Age 8
Josh M. Kid Photo


Hong Kong , N.T., HK


Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)

Date of Diagnosis

August 2016


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My Story

That was the second year we had our very light and dull birthday celebration for our beloved son. He should have forgotten the taste of a birthday cake. We believe that sweety, luscious of a happy birthday cake with family's joy and peace of mind is the most significant. We still remembered the snap when he used a knife to cut the plastic birthday cake with only music and flashing light on it at hospital. We saw his happy face with gorgeous smile though it was finally blurred out with our tears. But now our beloved son is finishing his medical treatment soon. We are proud of him and get faith on his new chapter. With help, we made it!

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