concept behind the Songbridge Concert is in
harmony with our beliefs. It was the initiative of Professor
Erkki Pohjola of Finland who was convinced that global peace
and understanding could be promoted by bringing young people
from around the world together to sing music that reflects their
performance features choirs from Canada, China/Hong Kong, Finland
and South Africa and is part of the 2005 World Children's Choir
Festival. The programme will include five newly commissioned
works, as well as folk tunes and melodies from each country.
Do come and hear them for yourselves.
For further information contact Ms. Sharon Chan at 2123 9598 or click
how important it is for young people to grow up into rounded,
cultured adults and share this perspective with The Hong Kong
Federation of Youth Groups. Appreciation of the arts is central
to such development and I am very happy to make a commitment
to this goal by supporting the Songbridge Concert.
Raymond Lee, sole sponsor of the Concert,
Chief Executive Officer, Lee & Man Paper Manufacturing Limited
Job Expo 規劃事業及教育博覽 2005
Date: Saturday-Sunday 25-26 June 2005
Time: 11:a.m. - 7:p.m.
Venue: Stars Atrium, Level 1, Plaza Hollywood Diamond Hill
Learning Project Pacific Economic Cooperation Award Presentation
Date: Saturday 2 July 2005
Time: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Venue: YMCA Hong Kong, Assembly Hall,
3/F, South Tower,
41 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Guest of Honour: Prof. Edward K Y Chen
Co-organizers: HKFYG & Hong Kong Committee for Pacific