Thought-provoking: (above) Dancer-choreographer Aida Redza (with blindfold) performing "Stop it Now"- a dance against sexual crimes, with the children at 1st Avenue Mall, Penang (featured in The Star, 28/2/11)

‘Stop Sexual Crimes Against Children’ now - the message was amplified with a creative move by the children. The campaign was championed by the Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce's Young Entrepreneur Section.

Dance has always been a big part of our lives especially for Ash and Nat. This is part of our contribution to the society using the gift of dance - urging for a safer world to live in. Hear the voice of the children through arts!

2 Responses
  1. Gillian Says:

    Especially poignant for Children Protection Society right now as they are embroiled in the huge uproar over sexual abuse in the Homes in Penang.

  2. Gillian, I think you are more in touch with this area of social work. I am thankful we could be a small part in addressing this social concern. Dancing spontaneously is not a problem for the Lynns but the bit of sacrifice is time. The last minute rush. But it is good that they can be in touch with community work. They are invited to do a dance for "Feed the Poor". We have not set the date but soon :)