Youth Matters
Online gaming: a real concern
A recent survey* shows that the average time spent online by 15-24 year olds in Hong Kong is nearly 3 hours a day. Over 40% of that time is spent playing online games. The Federation, highly aware of the concerns this raises, welcomes young people and parents to seek advice and guidance at its Youth Wellness Centre ...more
What's new
Youth Matters Youth Wellness Centre seminar on internet use for the i-Generation plus workshop on Wise Net board game ...more
Youth Wellness Centre i-Generation seminar
Coming soon
Youth Matters Deadline this Friday for Summer School for Effective Leadership 2013 co-organized with University of Hong Kong
Youth Matters Professor Lui Tai Lok on The Rise of the Middle Class: Hang Seng Bank Leaders to Leaders Lecture Series 2013
Youth Matters Visit YBHK young business showcases and get business tips on Entrepreneur Day ...more
Summer School for Effective Leadership 2013
Thank you partners
Thank you partners
Youth Matters Dr Jimmy Tang of Prince Jewellery & Watch Co shares experience of
entrepreneurship with Youth Business Hong Kong
Youth Matters Commissioning Ceremony for Global Citizens Programme 2013 funded by Victor & William Fung Foundation
Youth Matters Hong Kong Electric Smart Power Campaign funds Micro Movie Competition on Low Carbon Lifestyle
Youth Matters U-in-100 social discovery project at Discovery Park Tsuen Wan on 18 May 2013
Youth Matters Federation teams make their mark at FLL World Festival in the US and the FLL Open European Championship in Germany ...more
Just published
Youth Matters Youth SPOT magazine number 17 puts multimedia production in the spotlight ...more
Youth SPOT magazine number 17