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Sam Hui Koon Kit and his son Ryan Hui Wai Yun yesterday shared their music experience at the Hong Kong University and held a small concert as they performed four hits, including the song that he wrote for his alma mater to celebrate its 100th anniversary. Sam even performed three encores to satisfy listeners. As an alumnus he had a lot of memories, revealing that he used foul language, drank and chased girls. He even also worked many jobs. Perhaps because he wanted to become a singer since childhood and was vane, he would work every film company and record company job. Finally he did not even study psychology. Sam said, "But maybe of my grass root background, I am especially sensitive to grass root people's lives. My song writing was timelier." Sam again with the students sang BRIGHT to put an end of the concert. He said that he was so touched that he almost broke down in tears.
Sami revealed that because he knew university students were not too happy lately, he felt a sense of duty to cheer them up. What song would he give to the oppressed Hong Kong people? He again mentioned the song VOICE OF THE PRODIGAL SON, as the lyrics said if it was destined it must be, if it wasn't don't force it. In addition, speaking of brother Ricky Hui Koon Ying's passing, Sam said that he still missed him. Sometimes he still wanted to call him and would listen to his songs and look at his photos. In his April concert, he and brother Michael Hui Koon Man, sons Ryan and Scott remember Ah Ying.