Korean treat

Korean treat Caregivers at the Hiichiikok Foundation Home For Children Care make it a point to ensure that the kids under their care are exposed to different cultures. This would help the children grow holistically and have a broad w

20-10-2015

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Children celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

Children celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival At the Hiichiikok Foundation’s Home For Children Care, we not only make sure our kids have a roof over their heads, but are taught about their heritage and traditions. We believe that children who know about their roots a

15-10-2015

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Yoga for our kids

Yoga for our kidsResearches have shown that children living in foster homes tend to grow up with a chip on their shoulders. Many come from broken families and often their blemished past adversely affects their personal growth. This is wh

01-10-2015

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French volunteers share experience with Home

French volunteers share experience with HomeThe Hiichiikok Foundation Home For Children Care received two volunteers from France recently. Medical student Alix Roquette and dentistry student Anais Falque, both from Lilee, France, spent three weeks sharing the same

27-07-2015

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Tasha, grit personified

Tasha, grit personified Many adults often yearn to pick up another language, whether for commercial reasons or simply to expand their horizons. But the longing quickly fades when they encounter difficulties which manifests in excuses like “no tim

05-06-2015

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