Hong Kong 200

Young people in Hong Kong have enormous potential and Hong Kong 200, an exciting new ten-year leadership project, aims to harness it. Launched last Saturday by The Hon Donald Tsang, GBM, Chief Executive of the HKSAR Government, the project benefits from the wisdom and experience of an eminent group of Advisors.*

A selection panel* chose 200 outstanding students** who have already clearly demonstrated leadership skills. All of them have made a serious commitment to serve Hong Kong, taking up social responsibility and giving back to the community.


This project enhances the abilities and skills of such young people, reinforcing their commitment and generating the strength they will need to tackle the challenges ahead. Hong Kong needs committed, competent, knowledgeable leaders who understand Hong Kong, its relationship with the Mainland and its place in the wider world. Each year, 200 more will be selected and past participants will join the Hong Kong 200 Association, building a 2000-strong networked pool of leaders in 10 years’ time. We have great expectations of them. They can maintain this city’s momentum and meet the future needs of our community.

*We are very grateful to our Advisors and Selection Panel members. Click here for a full list...
**Meet six participants in this week’s Feature Story.

Thanks to Partners

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Fundraising Gala Dinner: Thanks to all Prize Sponsors and Table Patrons

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Perfectly Integrated Partnerships Lunch Seminar

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Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme 2006

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Cathay Pacific International Wilderness Experience 2006

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Feature Story

HK200 participants


The Hong Kong 200 (HK 200) ten-year leadership project was launched last Saturday and six of the 200 participants talked to us about their expectations. They will have 200 hours of intensive training in Hong Kong and Beijing this summer which will spotlight regional trends and leadership skills and be followed by networking and conferences...more...


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Federation News

Fundraising Gala Dinner

Date: Friday 26 May 2006
Cocktails: 7pm
Dinner: 8pm
Venue: Four Seasons Grand Ballroom, Four Seasons Hotel
Theme: Back to the 60’s
Guest of Honour: Dr the Hon York Chow, SBS JP, Secretary for Health, Welfare & Food
Guest Performers: Mr Lawrence Yu Kam-kee, BBS, JP, Mr Richard Foo, Mrs Anne Lo, Dr David Fang, Dr the Hon York Chow Yat-ngok, SBS, JP, Mr Ricky Fung Choi-cheung, JP, The Hon Ronny Tong Ka-wah, SC, Mr Anthony WK Chow, SBS, JP, Mr Paul Woo Po-shan, Mr Moses Cheng Mo-chi and Dr Eric Li Ka-cheung, GBS, OBE, JP

Breaking Down Barriers to Employment (職場起動-青年就業計劃)
Job Recruitment Day

Date: Sunday 28 May 2006
Time: 11am-5pm
Venue: Ping Shek Youth S.P.O.T., Lower Ground Floor, Restaurant Block, Ping Shek Estate, Kowloon
Enquiries: Youth Employment Network 3113 7999

Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition Final Judging and Award Presentation Ceremony

Date: Saturday 3 June 2006
Time: 9am-1 30pm
Venue: Theatre 1, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Guests of Honour: The Hon Joseph Wong, GBS, JP, Secretary for Commerce, Industry and Technology

Service Spotlight

Courses are run for head prefects, house captains, student union and club leaders at the Leadership 21 training centre. They feature project learning, workshops, adventure camps and follow-up by instructors on day-to-day leadership problems faced by the student leaders at school read on…