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Encouraging resilience: the Felix Wong award
Dr. Rosanna Wong with the Felix Wong award winners  

Imagine being a 15-year old with a brain tumour, a 17-year old dropout who has been a gang member since he was in primary school, or a 19-year-old who can neither walk or write. For most of us it's hard to put ourselves in their shoes. Now, especially at exam time, imagine the hurdles they have to overcome to tackle Hong Kong's exams system.

The Federation seeks out youngsters like this who have prevailed against the odds. We think they need all the support and encouragement they we give. The Felix Wong Youth Improvement Scheme gives them recognition and supportive reinforcement. They really know what it's like to struggle and can act as role models for others, privileged and underprivileged. They've had an uphill battle just to stay at school. Their attitude shows others more fortunate how to take exams, and life, in their stride.

See this week's Feature Story, below, for an interview with two of the award winners. For more information about the scheme, contact Siu-man, tel 2788 3433

Feature Story
Felix Wong award winner, Mattew Liu and Canto-pop singer, Stephy Tang

Felix Wong awards 2007: inspiring others

This year's Felix Wong Youth Improvement Awards will go to 20 young people with a remarkable ability to bounce back when the going gets tough. We talked to Chloe, whose family split and were left struggling on CSSA, giving Chloe the hard choice between school and work. And to Matthew, whose fight against brain cancer left him with a very positive message for other youngsters who think life is too difficult… more...

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Upcoming events

Kick off Ceremony for 2007 Oregon Scientific Sports Scholarship

Date: 13 July 2007
Time: 6:30-7:30pm
Venue: 1/F Olympic House, 1 Stadium Path, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay
Guests of Honour: Dr Eric Li Ka-cheung, Chairman of Hong Kong Sports Institute
Mr Vincent Liu Ming-kwong, Deputy Director of Leisure and Cultural Services (Leisure Service)
LEAD Creativity Showcase 2007
Date: Saturday 14th July 2007
Time: 10 a.m.- 4: 30 p.m.
Venue: Inno Centre, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
About 600 students from 20 primary and secondary schools will be displaying their projects based on the theme Dreamland and sharing their creative ideas with visitors. Contact the LEAD Secretariat at, telephone number 3106 0600, for further information or visit
Opening Ceremony for HKFYG-2007 Divac Youth Basketball Camp
Date: Monday 16th July 2007
Time: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Venue: Western Park Sports Centre
Guest of Honour: The Hon Bernard Chan, GBS, JP, Member of the Executive Council and Legislative Council
The camps will be conducted by several National Basketball Association (NBA) stars, including, Vlade Divac (formerly of the Los Angles Lakers and Sacramento Kings), Peja Stojakovic (of the new New Orleans Hornets), Vladimir Radmanovic (Los Angles Lakers) and NBA coach Igor Kokoskov (Detroit Pistons).
APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) Youth Plaza: Seoul, South Korea
Date: 19-26 July
Organizer: National Council of Youth Organizations in Korea
10 youth sponsored by HKFYG will attend for discussions on youth in the Cyber World

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups provides services and facilities for the intellectual, physical, emotional and social development of young people in the hope that they will lead full and committed lives as responsible, contributing citizens. It has ten core services focusing on youth employment, volunteering, youth-at-risk, counselling, education, parenting, leisure, culture and sports, youth exchange, leadership training and e-services.