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Wisdom in Action
HKFYG Lee Shau Kee College
The motto of the HKFYG Lee Shau Kee College, now in its tenth year, is "Wisdom in Action" and the school strives to enable its students to develop insight, values and a passion for learning that will last them a lifetime.

The College has come a long way since its founding a decade ago but its progress has been built on solid foundations. It places emphasis on long-term results rather than short-term gains, as do all the Federation's Education Services. They include three kindergartens and a primary school as well as the College and the message about lifelong education is underlined at the Continuous Learning Centre which runs over 300 courses.

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Enquiries Iris Sham tel 3755 7107
What's NEW
Add colour to your winter outfits with exquisite items from Jade Art
Jade Art & Cultural Oasis sharing session
Come and see! Selected red and green items on sale at the Jade Art boutique. Special prices until Monday 30 November, daily opening 1-8pm. What's more, at a Cultural Oasis sharing session on Saturday 21 November, 11am-1pm with consultant designer Dr Lisa Cheung, you can discover how to preserve and revitalize Chinese antiques.
Jade Art location HKFYG Jade Art boutique PMQ Block A, Shop S511
Sharing session location HKFYG Museum, HKFYG Building, North Point.
Limited seats.
Please register at
Discover more at
Enquiries Brenda Yip 3755 7101

Game research and ethics: a seminar on boundaries in new technology
Topics such as the ethics of genetic engineering will be the focus of a talk by City University's Dr Lin Runhua at the Charles K. Kao Auditorium, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, NT. Organized by HKFYG's Centre for Creative Science and Technology, the target audience is secondary school students and teachers. All are welcome and admission is free.
Date Saturday 28 November 2015
Time 10am-11.30am
More details and registration
Enquiries Ally Chau 2561 6149
Coming Soon
A children's film: 'The Last Crayon' 21 November-8 December at MCL cinemas near you
The Last Crayon, a charming adventure story about children performed by five little actors, was directed by Jeremy Yung and Henry Poon. It is the first children movie presented by the HKFYG Jockey Club Media Centre (M21) and has received a very encouraging response. Disadvantaged children can go to see it courtesy of free tickets sponsored by Sino Group, Prince Jewellery And Watch Love And Care Charitable Foundation, K&K Charity Ltd, Easy Group (HK) Ltd, Hung Fook Tong Holdings Ltd, Broaden Ltd, M-one Project Consultant, FS Education, Speedy Group Corporation Ltd & Hang Seng Bank.
Showing 21 November-8 December, MCL Cinemas at Telford, Kornhill and Metro City
Tuesdays 2.30pm; Saturdays & Sundays 11.15am
More details
Enquiries Katy Lok 3979 0033 (ticketing); Mandy Tse 3755 7102 (partnership matters)

Launch of J.P. Morgan STartup Empowerment Programme
The official launch of this entrepreneur incubation programme for underprivileged youth takes place next week at a ceremony in the HKFYG Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre in Wong Chuk Hang, Guests of Honour Ms Florence Hui, SBS, JP, Under Secretary for Home Affairs, HKSARG and Ms Diana Tsui, Head of Global Philanthropy, Asia Pacific, J.P. Morgan
Date & time Thursday 26 November 4pm
Enquiries Miranda Wong 3965 8001
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
My First Peak View courtesy of The Peak Tower Ltd & The Peak Tramway Co, Ltd
On 7 November, sponsorship from The Peak Tower Ltd and The Peak Tramway Co, Ltd gave 100 low-income children and their families the chance to take the Peak Tram and enjoy some famous tourist attractions. Ping Shek Youth SPOT and Cheung Wah Youth SPOT organized the event. Its aim was to strengthen family and neighbourly ties, promoting care and concern for others. In the coming months four other Youth SPOTs will organize similar outings to The Peak. Many good memories for those who take part.
Enquiries and more details Mandy Tse 3755 7102

Prudential Hong Kong & Prudence Foundation awards scheme in cooperation with HKFYG
Selected students in Secondary 3-6 participated in this Hope for Success programme, supported by Prudential Hong Kong & the Prudence Foundation and now in its second year. Career talks and sharing sessions, a writing competition, job shadowing and presentations were included. Volunteer mentors from Prudential shared their expertise. At the award presentation ceremony on 27 October 2015 with Prudential Hong Kong CEO, Mr Derek Yung, 20 outstanding students received sponsorship to support their careers.
More details and
Enquiries Kaka Lau 3113 7999

Connect the Community: two signature events on HSBC Community Partnership Programme M21 Flash Mob Musical
HKFYG's Jockey Club Media 21 is organizing Flash Mob Musicals in South District from now until August 2016. This HSBC Community Partnership Programme initiative involves a signature event on 29 November. 40 performers and production crew members will be recruited for 80 hours of training in drama, singing and dancing.
Calling all interested students/youth aged from 12 -35 to audition on 5 or 12 December
Apply online at
Enquiries Cherry Chan or Katy Lok 3979 0000

"V" are Family at Youth SPOTs in Tsuen Wan
HKFYG Tsuen Wan and Tsuen King Youth SPOTs have launched "V" are Family as part of the HSBC Community Partnership Programme. The signature event is also on 29 November during the HSBC Community Festival and includes multi-media workshops, a film-making competition and service-sharing show. After the kick-off, 50 young volunteers will bring fun into the lives of 200 elderly people during a series of visits until August 2016.
More details and
Enquiries Diana Tai 2498 3333

The Colours of Christmas: festive art event sponsored by Sino Group
50 students from the SKH Lam Kau Mow Secondary School, one of the schools served by HKFYG, joined well-known art therapy illustrator Hannah Davies on 11 November on the promenade near the Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and the Empire Centre. Together they filled the area with festive colour to attract the attention of busy city-dwellers and slow them down to a leisurely pace at Christmas. The event was organized and sponsored by Sino Group.
Enquiries Mandy Tse 3755 7102

HK Philharmonic donates HKFYG free tickets for youth at Swire Symphony Under the Stars
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra has generously reserved 100 tickets for members and service users at HKFYG's Hung Hom Youth SPOT and Wang Tau Hom Youth SPOT. They are for the Swire Symphony Under the Stars the HK Phil's biggest annual event. The audience will enjoy an evening of popular classics conducted by Jaap van Zweden to the accompaniment of synchronized fireworks!
Venue Central Harbour Front Event Space
Date & Time Saturday 12 November 7.30pm
More details
Enquiries Mandy Tse 3755 7102
Just Published
HKFYG Journal of Youth Studies number 36
Strategies and Trends for Implementing Vocational Education in Hong Kong: HKFYG Journal of Youth Studies number 36
Now available from the Youth Research Centre, this latest issue of the HKFYG Journal of Youth Studies focuses on vocational education in Hong Kong providing students with more opportunities for exploring career options. Articles about internship programmes for university students in Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan and Macao are also included.
Go to to read the abstracts
Enquiries Chan Shui-ching 3755 7040