Stephanie Ng Yim Ling: Do not go gentle into that good night
Special Measures(1) Any person entering JCCAC must wear a self-provided face mask and
sanitise their hands. A thermal detector has been installed at L1 Wai Chi Street
entrance, which is remotely monitored by the Centre security staff, who may request to
check again any individual’s body temperature if needed.
(2) Any person who fails to cooperate as requested, or displays fever (forehead temperature
above 37.5C), fatigue, cough, diarrhea, vomiting or other flu-like symptoms will be
refused entry or asked to leave JCCAC.
(3) All persons entering JCCAC must abide by the “Prevention and Control of
Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation” (Regulation) gazetted by the
Government, including but not limited to the extension of the “congregation restriction”
which prohibits groups of more than 4 persons to gather in public, with effective from 24
(4) Eating and drinking is not permitted.
(5) Any person who violates the law will bear legal responsibilities.
The night is dark with only plants and street lights.
Shadows flicker and sway with the wind, or sometimes stay quiet in tranquillity.
As I step into the hush of the night, a frightened soul calls for help.
The shackled soul, captive.
Who’s out there to hear?
In the still of the night, all sounds and colours are engulfed in darkness.
There’s only nothingness.
I’m lost in the dark. Invisible. Unheard.
At the end of day, what’s out there shining against the dark and consoling the restless soul?
In the colourless and silent nights, each movement blazes against the dying of the light.