First stop of Phoenix “Hundred Cities Charity” Ban Sap Prik School in Thailand

United States, California, Los Angeles – 03-28-2019 ( — For children, there shouldn’t be restrictions or boundaries for their dreams as it carries their hopes for the future.

 Although pursuing dreams is no simple matter, but dreams for these children have been made smaller due to poverty and poverty has even robbed these children of the courage to dream. On 22nd March, Mr David Yang, general manager of Phoenix Wealth Management, Asia Pacific and Timothee Kais, Senior Fund Manager, visit the Ban Sap Prik School on the outskirts of Bangkok, Thailand with partners of Phoenix Dream Foundation. Other than providing gifts of donations and resources, they also spent the day with the children by accompanying them, playing with them, chatting and reading story books with them. The children spent the meaningful day with love and joy in their hearts and heartfelt smiles on their faces. Phoenix Wealth Management hope that through the power of the Phoenix Dream Foundation, more underprivileged children can have sufficient resources to escape poverty successfully. We also hope to improve their current situation and even change their lives to make the world a better one for them and to become the most dependable guardian in their brave pursuit of their dreams!

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