Youth Matters
Health and Wellness in the New Year
Every New Year we make resolutions. These are hard to keep if done alone. This year, the Federation is here to help you reach your goals for health and wellness, through the Community Sports event and the M21 Kitchen.

Community Sports comprises of leagues dedicated to group running, basketball, canoeing, ice hockey and rope skipping, along with territory wide sports related voluntary services and facilities. Thus, young people are encouraged to get physically active with like-minded peers, all having fun together.

Launching on 6th January, the M21 Kitchen will focus on cooking healthy meals and nutrition through its broadcasts, with added messages of support, encouragement and instilling confidence to its viewers.

The Federation is all about You, and this includes health and wellness! Make 2018, the year when resolutions will be kept!

Contact the following for more details:

Community Sports:
Gladys Tam
Tel 3468 8059

M21 Kitchen:
Katy Lok
Tel 3979 0033
Coming soon
HSBC Financial Dialogue Series 2018
Speakers include

Mr Paul Chan Mo-po, GBM, GBS, MH, JP, Financial Secretary, HKSARG
Mr Carlson Tong, JP, Chairman, Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong
Mr Peter Wong Tung-shun, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive, HSBC
Dates January-April 2018
Target University students studying in finance, business or related disciplines
More details
Enquiries Sharyn Ng 2169 0255

Hong Kong Council of Social Service supports Web Organic at HKFYG Tin Yuet Youth SPOT
Goal of programme To provide an IT learning platform for students in Tin Shui Wai so that they can use the Internet properly and acquire online learning applications and resources, eventually they can use such tools in their studies effectively
Activities Kick-off ceremony, animated presentation, healthy lifestyle game apps, 360 video shooting and production training
Participants 20 P.4-P.6 (full time primary students under CSSA scheme or SFAA)
Date January 2018 - March 2018
More details
Enquiries Ms. Joey Li 2445 5777
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
2nd Hong Kong Youth Community Sports Festival January to April 2018
Festival Kick-off 7 Jan 2018
Guest of Honour Mr Lau Kong-wah, JP, Secretary for Home Affairs
plus Group Running in Hong Kong Sports Institute Athletics Track & Field, Sha Tin
and the Sports In 18 Districts for youth volunteers and matching children to instill a sense of responsibility towards others and the community
More events in the HKFYG community team sports programme are coming up, including exciting leagues of basketball, canoe, ice hockey and rope skipping, as well as sports facilities in all HKFYG Youth SPOTs to encourage youth to build the habit of workout.
Sponsor The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
More details
Enquiries Gladys Tam 3468 8059

Launching of M21 Kitchen
Guests of Honour
Mr Edward Yau Tang-wah, GBS, JP, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
Mr Alfred Chan Wing-kin, Managing Director of The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited
Activities introduction to four M21 Kitchen's heartwarming cookery programmes, one of which highlighted by on-site cooking demonstration of Chinese hometown cuisines by three young chefs from Hong Kong Young Chefs Club
Date 6 Jan 2018
Venue M21, LG2/F, Shek Pai Wan Shopping Centre, Aberdeen
Enquiries Katy Lok 3979 0033

2018 exchange trip supported by Home Affairs Bureau, the Commission on Youth and China Wudang Kungfu Academy

Learning about Wudang kungfu (Wudang Taiji Quan 28 and Fuhu Quan) and Daoist culture is the purpose behind this spring mainland exchange trip in Hubei Province. Organized with the support of Home Affairs Bureau, the Commission on Youth and China Wudang Kungfu Academy, the deadline for applications is 26 January.
Dates 29 March-7 April 2018
Enquiries YY Wong 3586 8448
More details click here

Quality Education Fund grant for 3-year Project NET
Aim To enhance media literacy in students by promoting critical & positive thinking while supporting teachers and parents who teach them appropriate skills for analyzing and evaluating online material and messages
Launch 1 January 2018
Target Primary and junior secondary students at HKFYG Media Counselling Centre
Enquiries Cecilia Ng 2788 3433
Just published
Youth I.D.E.A.S. latest report on young people's view of Building Public Trust in the Government

Main findings
35% of respondents believed the greatest meaning of mutual trust between the government and its people is its potential to facilitate policy implementation. However, nearly 71% felt that the SAR Government did not trust young people, and 63% said that they did not trust the SAR Government either. Around 32% of respondents said integrity was the most helpful element that could boost public trust in the government. An outstanding proportion (63.6%) believed that the SAR Government should listen to public opinion in order to build public trust.
Report 25 HKFYG Youth I.D.E.A.S. Governance and Constitutional Development group
Published title Building Public Trust in the Grovernment
Respondents 525 young people aged 15 - 34
More details in Chinese click here
Enquiries Sharon Cheung 3755 7039