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Terisa Hsu Lee’s Impactful School Visit During Mrs South Africa Finalist Journey


In a heartwarming event that unfolded on the 12th of October 2023, Mrs South Africa finalist Terisa Hsu Lee demonstrated her commitment to making a positive impact on her community. The South Africa-China Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Adopt a School Foundation and the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation, organized a charity donation of school supplies at the Eketsang Secondary School in Katlehong, South Africa. Terisa Hsu Lee’s involvement in this event was nothing short of remarkable, showcasing her dedication to making a difference in the lives of South African students.

The event took place at Eketsang Secondary School, located at 256 Segoale Street, Ramakonopi East, Katlehong, 1431. Commencing at 10:00 in the morning and concluding at 11:30, the event was a testament to the power of community collaboration and the determination of individuals like Terisa Hsu Lee to uplift the less fortunate.

The primary goal of this charity event was to provide much-needed school supplies to the students of Eketsang Secondary School. In a country where educational resources are not always readily available to all, such initiatives hold immense value. The event was a powerful reminder of the importance of education and the role it plays in shaping the future of South Africa.

Terisa Hsu Lee, a finalist for Mrs South Africa, played a pivotal role in making this event a success. Her presence at the event not only boosted its visibility but also inspired the students at Eketsang Secondary School. As a inspirational woman dedicated to the cause of education, Terisa’s passion for making a difference shone brightly throughout the event.

Speaking about her involvement in the charity donation event, Terisa expressed her enthusiasm for supporting educational initiatives. “Education is the key to a brighter future, and I am honored to be a part of this event that aims to provide essential school supplies to these deserving students. It’s heartwarming to witness the positive impact we can make when we come together as a community,” she stated.

The event saw the distribution of various school supplies, including stationery, textbooks, backpacks, and other essentials that students require for their studies. It was a joyous occasion, filled with smiles and gratitude from the students, teachers, and organizers alike.

The South Africa-China Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce, the Adopt a School Foundation, and the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation are to be commended for their continued efforts in supporting South African education. Their dedication to creating a brighter future for the nation’s youth is truly commendable.

In the end, Terisa Hsu Lee’s involvement in the charity donation event at Eketsang Secondary School was not only a reflection of her journey as a Mrs South Africa finalist but also a testament to her commitment to the betterment of her community. Her presence served as an inspiration to all, demonstrating that the future of South Africa is in the hands of compassionate individuals who are willing to invest their time and resources for the betterment of society.

As the event concluded, the echoes of gratitude from Eketsang Secondary School students resounded in the hearts of all those involved. Terisa Hsu Lee’s involvement will undoubtedly leave a lasting legacy in the hearts of the students and the community, proving that beauty, grace, and a compassionate heart can indeed make the world a better place, one school supply at a time.

The event was attended by:

  • Mr Zhou Yujiang (Deputy Consulate General)
  • Mr Yang Huibo (Consulate)
  • Ms Shirley Chan (Deputy Secretary General)
  • South African Chinese Leaders’ community
  • Mr Li Xinzhu (Director of South African Chinese Community Police Co-operation Centre)
  • Mr Ma Luping (Director of Hanwei Security Company)
  • Ms Liying Potgieter (Chairwoman of South Africa Health Care Foundation)
  • Ms Terisa Hsu Lee (Mrs South Africa Finalist)
  • Mr Wan San Chan (Chairman of  SA-China Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce)

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