Youth Matters
The next great invention!
Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2017
The world's next great technological breakthrough could very well be 'Made in Hong Kong'! The HKFYG's Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition is an exciting place where students explore everything from DNA to digital cameras, and nanotechnology to power generation.
Jointly organized with Education Bureau and Hong Kong Science Museum.
Supported by
Innovation & Technology Commission and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation.

The Competition's goal is to boost interest in careers in science and technology. The Final
Judging will be on 14 April at Hong Kong Science Park and in May and three of the student projects will represent Hong Kong in an international global competition held in the US. Come and have a look at what the next generation of innovators are up to!

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Outstanding Youth Volunteers award Wan Wing-tung
HKFYG Volunteer Wan Wing-tung wins Outstanding Youth Volunteers award
Awarder Social Welfare Department
HKFYG also awarded for 10,000+ hours of voluntary work by members in 2015 and was 4th in the Public Organizations Highest Service Hours Award with 1,368,000+ service hours
Tsuen Wan Youth SPOT: 2015-16 Best Student and Youth Volunteering Project Competition
Enquiries Doris Lee 3755 7072
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
Positive thinking overcomes challenges:
a PCMC talk for parents with teenagers

Speakers Psychiatrist, Dr Hui Lun Kit and professional footballer Yapp Hung-fai
Date and time 8 April 2017 2.30-4.30pm
Venue Mei Foo Community Hall, 33 Mei Lai Road, Mei Foo, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
More details

Enquiries Jessica Ling, HKFYG Parent-Child Mediation Centre (PCMC) 2402 9230

Healthy Comic Strip Contest for Schools raises awareness of violence and obscenity
Goal To warn youngsters about violent electronic games and obscene or indecent materials
Funded and co-organized with HKFYG by Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration (OFNAA)
Cash prizes up to HK$3,000
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Further information
Enquiries Popo Chan 3979 0042

HKFYG a cappella Musical Dinner 2017 and Charity Sale: sincere thanks
to all sponsors, donors and partners

HKFYG a cappella Musical Dinner 2017
Aim Fundraising for WL Residence: a shelter for youth in transition
Venue Grand Ballroom, Conrad Hong Kong
Guest of Honour The Hon Paul Chan Mo-Po, GBS, MH, JP, Financial Secretary
Festival Major Sponsor
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Food and Beverages
Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation
Charity Sale Lisa's Collection
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Enquiries Brenda Yip 3755 7101

9th Dragon Foundation Golf Tournament at Mission Hills Golf Club 7 April 2017
Aim Fundraising for Dragon Foundation youth leadership training and global Chinese network
Officiating guests
The Hon Andrew Leung Kwan-yuen, GBS, JP
The Hon Jeffrey Lam Kin-fung, GBS, JP
Prof Frederick Ma Si-hang, GBS, JP, Chairman, MTR Corporation Ltd
Mr Peter Wong Tung-shun, JP, HSBC
Dr Raymond Chan, JP, Top Harvest Investment Ltd
More details
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Kit Hau 2811 2779

Hope for Success 2017: life planning in partnership with the Prudential
Aim To offer encouragement to explore career goals
Activities Support and financial incentives for Secondary 3-6 students youth
More details
Enquiries Crystal Lau 3113 7999

SIC Wanted: Your Pitch For Our Funds
Wanted: Your Pitch For Our Funds pitching competition co-organized by Hong Kong People and Brands
Aim Providing a platform for seed capital and investments and wider business networks
Awards for 10 outstanding companies
Supported by Microsoft Hong Kong
Co-organizer HKFYG Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre
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Date Saturday 1 April 2017
Venue 9/F, HKFYG Building, North Point
More details
Enquiries Samuel Szeto 3956 8001

Wake up call for gamblers: YCPC works with Chocolate Rain on card games funded by Ping Wo Fund
Aim An anti-gambling message raising awareness of the risks of gambling
Target Under-24s, schools, NGOs, government departments and young night drifters
Download at youth law apps
Enquiries Ken Lee 2702 2202
Youth Hong Kong March 2017
Just published
Youth Hong Kong March 2017: Fit Together
Staying active counts whatever your age but young people don't take enough exercise. Why not? How can they be motivated? Read Youth Hong Kong from HKFYG to find out.
Online at
Call 3755 7108 or email to request a copy