Summer Youth Programme brochure
Summer Programme, Summer Themes

HKFYG is organizing 3,000 activities this year to help youngsters relax and enjoy their vacation. Last year, nearly 35,000 enrolled and we expect even more this year when the programme has an extra fresh new look with four sets of themed workshops highlighting creativity, multimedia, the performing arts and sports.

English classes are the most popular, followed by arts & crafts, then magic. There is puppetry, shadow play and paper cuts at one end of the spectrum with golf, fencing and archery at the other. We keep the fees for classes to the absolute minimum but volunteer instructors and sponsors make a huge difference and allow underprivileged children a chance they would otherwise be deprived of.


With your collaboration we organize volunteer programmes in the community. With your expertise we offer tutoring in languages and sports. With your sponsorship there will be new activities, prizes and excitement which will make a long, hot, boring school holiday a time for exploring new horizons or beginning a fascinating lifetime's interest beyond the wildest dreams of poor children.

Be a summer partner. Contact: Apple or Katy at 3579 4560 or visit
Programme enrolment day: Sunday 14 May.

  Coming of Age Ceremony
Coming of Age Ceremony
The ceremony, on 4 May in The Jockey Club Auditorium at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, was a great success with over 800 18-year olds who took part. For them it marked an important rite of passage in a significant way that they will always remember. The Hon Wong Yan Lung, Secretary for Justice and Mr Peng Qinghua, Deputy Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the HKSAR attended the ceremony as Guests of Honour.
Thanks to Partners

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Project Night Walker

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Fundraising Gala Dinner: Thanks to all Grand Prize Sponsors

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Be a champion Hong Kong-Macao Student Tour 2006

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Feature Story

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Public policy: views from youth

Young people are full of innovative ideas. When they start thinking about government policy on issues such as recycling, healthcare and urban planning they take a fresh, often critical look from a new angle. Sponsored by the Sustainable Development Fund, the Federation runs an annual competition with the Hong Kong Policy Research Institute. It is designed to seek out viable proposals that blend the best young ideas for tackling old, intractable problems. Winners from 154 entries gave us their feedback ...more...


Facts and Figures

Telecoms, freedom and control on the Mainland

Federation poll on student stress

Federation News

Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition: Initial Judging

Date: Saturday 13 May 2006
Time: 9am-5pm
Venue: Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Central Library
Number of teams enrolled: 109
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Dragon Foundation presents "A Million for the Dragon" Charity Sale

Date: Saturday 13 May 2006
Time: 10:00am-4:30pm
Venue: Humphrey and Chatham Rooms, Conrad Hotel
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Odyssey of the Mind World Finals Commissioning Ceremony

Date: Friday 19 May 2006
Time: 4pm
Venue: Theatre of the Joint Professional Center, G/F, The Center
The 7 winning teams from this year's Hong Kong Odyssey of the Mind local competitions will represent Hong Kong at the 2006 World Champions in U.S.A. starting on 22 May.


Core Service Highlight

The summer is a time to enjoy recreation and the Federation puts the emphasis on leisure, culture and sports. These form one of our core services for youth and we run programmes all year round, as well as in summer.
For general information on the Federation's core Leisure, Cultural & Sports Services, tel 2395 5759. Click here for more details...