Hong Kong Singer Kary Ng Converts to Christianity
By Grace Zhi, January 15, 2016 02:01 AM
Hong Kong famous singer Kary Ng receives baptism on Jan.10th, 2016. She shared the good news on her micro-blog, "Today I'm baptized! Thank Lord!"
Born in 1986, with sharing her faith publicly, Ng has helped children of Inner Mongolia with Hong Kong volunteers at Christmas in 2015.
In January, 2015, she got married with her first boyfriend Hong Lixi, an outstanding tennis player. She encouraged herself with the Bible Verse 1 Corinthians 13:4 on her microblog: "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. Marriage is an important lesson in life. In the coming years we will support, love and respect each other. Thank for your blessings, we feel very happy!"
Debuted in 2002 as a member of a music group, Cookies, Ng has won many awards at the age of 16 and held two concerts in Hong Kong Coliseum in 2011 and 2013.
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