2010-2011 Activities

#1

 

International Convergence 2010

 

List of Participants

 Name

 School

Chan Sheung Hang Nathan        

Diocesan Boys' School

Ho Rachael Boaz Man-ching

Diocesan Boys' School

Jonathan Liu

Diocesan Boys' School

Chan Hiu Yi Jane

Diocesan Girls' School

Cheung Ezrela Yee Yan

Diocesan Girls' School

Chow Lok Yim Loretta

Diocesan Girls' School

Samantha Chu

Diocesan Girls' School

Arthur Wong

German Swiss International School

Celeste Chan Won Yaun

German Swiss International School

Charlotte Huang

German Swiss International School

Michelle Jennifer Ng

German Swiss International School

Kylie Cheung

Good Hope School

Fong Tiffany Hui Tung

Heep Yunn School

Jane A Che Tian Jing

Heep Yunn School

Lam Tin Wai

Heep Yunn School

Sham Wut Yin Candy

Heep Yunn School

Wu Hiu Ching

Holy Family Canossian College

Fung Man Yu, Gerry

Homantin Government Secondary School

Hung Yan Yi, Honna

Hon Wah College

Toby Theodore Smith

King George V School

Wong Yui Hei Johnathan

King George V School

Felix Yung Yik Ho

King's College

Ng Tin Fung

King's College

Yuen Kin Hong

King's College

Leung Lok Ching

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Li Ho Yin

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Wong Ka Hei

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Cheung Chun Hei, Calvin

La Salle College

Felix Lai Pok Yin

La Salle College

Liu Ben Mao Sanford

La Salle College

Gabriella Kam

Marymount Secondary School

Laura Anne Harrison

Marymount Secondary School

Nicole Hurip

Marymount Secondary School

Stephanie Ng

Marymount Secondary School

Lee Kin Yan

N.T. Heung Yee Kuk Yuen Long District Secondary School

Cheung Winston Yanting

Queen's College

Tam Chun Kit

Queen's College

Tam Chun Yan

Queen's College

Chan Ruoh Ming

Raimondi College

Ho Ka Lok

Raimondi College

Kwok Chun Ting

Raimondi College

Christina Wong

Renaissance College

Tiffany Tam

Renaissance College

Yiu Sze Long

S.K.H. Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School

Chui Alison Nga Shun

Sha Tin Government Secondary School

Tang Ching Yin

Sha Tin Methodist College

Tang Kim Fung

Sha Tin Methodist College

Wu Lok Hang

Sha Tin Methodist College

Curtis Ng

Sheng Kung Hui Lam Kau Mow Secondary School

Chan Hiu Yan

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Hung Yung

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Tsang Tsz Ho

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Kwok Chung Yin

St. Joseph's College

Timothy Cheung Ka Ho

St. Joseph's College

Tong Po Hin

St. Joseph's College

Chan Chit Man

St. Mary's Canossian College

Hilary Ko

St. Mary's Canossian College

Karen Kan

St. Mary's Canossian College

Sammi Liu Cheuk Ying

St. Mary's Canossian College

Fu Shing Yiu

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Ho Ching Yeung

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Wu Iris Ho Ching

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Wong Sun Yue Sunny

St. Paul's College

Chan Hei Fong, Erica

St. Paul's Convent School

Chan Yin Tung

St. Paul's Convent School

Lam Yuen Yi

St. Paul's Convent School

Victoria Chow

St. Paul's Convent School

Kong Cheuk Lam

St. Paul's School (Lam Tin)

Chiu Wai Ting Christine

St. Paul's Secondary School

Mak Pui Wah Christy

St. Paul's Secondary School

Shea Pui Wing

St. Paul's Secondary School

Leung Sze Ching

True Light Girls' College

Man Rosanna Sze Chen

True Light Girls' College

Shum Wan Yu

True Light Girls' College

Cheung Chun Hei, Lewey

Wah Yan College, Hong Kong

Wong Kin Hei

Wah Yan College, Hong Kong

Wu Arthur Kwan Hung

Wah Yan College, Hong Kong

Ng Tsz Wai Jason

Ying Wa College

Wong Man Ho

Ying Wa College

Jiayong Li

Ying Wa Girls' School

 

All applicants should have received an email regarding the results of the application. Please email us at  with your name and school if you have not received an email.

 

Introduction

The theme of this year’s International Convergence is ‘Globe in a Scope'. To be a well-rounded person, we believe that young people must explore more on global issues, local affairs and their own social circle in order to improve themselves. This year's International Convergence would therefore, be the first step of our endeavours. In sight of this, our focus of this year's project is “Multi-cultural Mindset”. In addition to the previous elements, an International Day would be held where international issues would be discussed in the cultural perspective of the different countries. Being a world citizen, we believe that we have the responsibility to respect and learn more about different cultures to appreciate the uniqueness behind different cultures. Through looking at a country from a native’s perspective, participants’ understanding of the countries’ culture will be deeply fostered. With the in-depth discussion at the end, we hope that the participants can gain new insights, have a growth mindset, and be objective when they encounter international issues in the future or make conclusions.The scheme will last for approximately five weeks, during which the participants will learn about the culture, history, language and current affairs related to an assigned country. They will partake in activities as well as experience the cultural practices of their respective countries to cultivate their interest and to deepen their knowledge. The project will conclude with a day in which participants would set up booths to display what they have learnt about culture and their respective countries in the programme. Apart from that, the participants will experience the rituals and daily lives of different cultures in which the participants will demonstrate and exchange their knowledge of their assigned countries with guests who have assisted in the organisation of the project.The one of the emphasis of the project will be experience; thus there will be many activities including temple visits, arts and music classes, cooking sessions, and interviews with the Consul Generals or Consuls of assigned countries. Workshops will be held to educate participants on various topics such as international cooperation and cultural diversity. Participants will then detail their experiences in a multimedia form and present their thoughts and feelings during the final day. It is hoped that through this scheme, participants will learn to appreciate different cultures and develop an interest in the cultural practices of other countries along with like-minded students from different schools.

 

Countries

Germany, India, Iran, Israel, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Thailand

 

Target Group

80 students from Secondary 2 to Secondary 4, from secondary schools in Hong Kong

 

Tentative Programme Rundown

Orientation Day

Date: 17th October 2010

Time: 13:00– 18:00

Venue: Wa Ying College

 

Time               

Programme

13:00 

Registration

13:30

 Welcoming and Introduction

14:00

 Ice Breaking Games

14:30

 Talk on Linguistics by HKU Professor

15:15

 Language Learning Session with Exchange Students and Guest Advisors: Basic vocabulary and sentences in the language of their assigned country

16:15

 Mass Game 1

16:45

 Introduction and Preparation of “Cultural Experience Sessions”, “Cultural Exchange Day”(TBC), “Cultural Project Week”, “International Day” and “Booth Day”

17:15

 Debriefing and Evaluation

17:45

 Photo-taking and Dismissal

 

Cultural Exchange Day

Date: 24th October 2010

Time: 12:30– 18:30

Venue: Wah Yan College, Hong Kong

 

Time       

Programme

12:30

 Registration

13:00

 Introduction to the Day’s Events

13:15

 Mass Game 3 - Station Games

13:45

 Briefing on International Forum

15:00

 International Forum

17:30

 Reminders for “Cultural Project Week”, “International Day” and “Booth Day”

17:45

 Debriefing and Evaluation

18:15

 Photo-taking and Dismissal

 

International Day

Date: 13th November 2010

Time: 09:30– 17:00

Venue: St. Joseph's College

 

Time       

Programme

09:30

 Registration

10:00

 Introduction to the Day’s Events

10:15

 Preparation of Presentations

11:00

 Presentations by the 8 countries

12:15

 Lunch

13:45

 Mass Game 2 - Language Game

14:15

 “Cultural Sparks” - Activity on Cultural Diversity by Professor Gordon Matthews

15:45

 Mass Game 4

16:15

 Reminders for “Booth Day”

16:30

 Debriefing and Evaluation

17:00

 Photo-taking and Dismissal

 

Booth Day

Date: 20th November 2010

Time: 10:30– 16:30

Venue: Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

 

Time       

Programme

10:30

 Registration

11:00

 Introduction to the Day’s Events

11:15

 Setting up of Booth

12:00

 Booth Session

13:45

 Lunch

14:30

 Prize Presentation

14:50

 Closing Ceremony

15:20

 Sharing Session by Group Ambassadors and Executive Committee Members

16:00

 Cleaning-up of Booths

16:30

 Photo-taking and Dismissal

 

Cultural Experience Sessions

18th October 2010 – 5th November 2010

During the Cultural Experience Session, each group will be given an invaluable chance to experience the cultural practices of its country. A member of the 24th Executive Committee and at least one member of the Organising Committee will accompany each group at all times. Moreover, Guest Advisors / Exchange Students will advise each group and provide explanations of the cultural implications during visitsIn these three weeks, each group will participate in or visit two activities/sites of interest to experience the country’s culture. These activities include visits to mosques and temples, local dance and music sessions or cooking cuisine native to the country. In addition, each group will visit the consulates of their respective countries and interview either the Consul or Consul-General. It is hoped that through the process, participants can gain deeper insights into the culture and background of the country. 

 

Cultural Project Week

6th November 2010 – 19th November 2010

During this week, participants will prepare for a performance and a forum for the International Day and a booth which will be set up on Booth Day. The performance provides a chance for the participants to share with others what they have experienced during the “Cultural Experience Session”. The forum allows the participants to truly experience looking at another country from a different perspective. Instead of learning about the culture as a foreigner, they will act as the citizens of their assigned country. For the booths, participants are encouraged to design interactive activities for their booths so that they can learn from one another the cultures of different countries. This year, the booths will be open to some primary school students, in the hope that the participants can pass on what they have learnt to these primary students who may not have the chance to visit so many foreign countries.

 

Entrance Requirement and Eligilibity

We will send invitations to our 110 member secondary schools in Hong Kong. Schools are encouraged to nominate students who demonstrate an interest in international and cultural affairs to join this project. Each school will be invited to nominate a maximum of 5 students to participate in this project. However, due to limited vacancies, we may not be able to accept all applicants. Participants will be selected based on their understanding on multiculturalism and recommendation from schools.

 

Participants should: 

• Be responsible and prompt

• Be able to think critically 

• Be active and creative

 

Application Procedures

Application Form

Please click here to download the application form. 

 

Participation Fee

Participants will be required to pay a participation fee of HK$100. This should be paid in cheque, made cross payable to “The Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association”.DeadlineThe deadline for application is Saturday, 9th October 2010. All applications must be postmarked on or before this date, and must include a completed application form, nomination form and cheque. Applications should be mailed to P.O. Box 38195, Hing Fat Street, Hong Kong. Cheques will be returned to schools should a participant not be accepted.

#2

 

Community Outreach 2011

 

List of Participants

 Name

 School

Chung Heng Wah

Canossa College

Yam Shuk Wa

CCC Chuen Yuen College

Cho Man Yee

CCC Chuen Yuen College

Wong Hong Man

CCC Chuen Yuen College

Li Ho Yin

CCC Chuen Yuen College

Kwok Hing Ting

Cheung Chuk Shan College

Chan Lai Yee

Cheung Chuk Shan College

Mok Chor Wing

Cheung Chuk Shan College

Yu Hau Tang, Gary

Cheung Chuk Shan College

Jack Wong

Diocesan Boys' School

Chow Lok Yim Loretta

Diocesan Gils' School

Chan Wing Hang Avis

Diocesan Girls' School

Hwang Chin Amanda

Diocesan Girls' School

Lo Ka Yee

Diocesan Girls' School

Tsang Yolanda Yuen Ching

Diocesan Girls' School

Bianca Ho

Good Hope School

Kylie Cheung

Good Hope School

Hui Tung Tung

Good Hope School

Yutie Cheng

Good Hope School

Wong Hoi Yan

Good Hope School

Ko Yee Ki

HKSYCIA Wong Tai Shan Memorial College

Har Iris Pik Yu

HKSYCIA Wong Tai Shan Memorial College

Wong Wing Yan

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Lee Wing Lun

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Ng Yuen Wai

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Li Pik Yuk

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Sanford Liu Ben Mao

La Salle College

Cheung Chun Hei, Calvin

La Salle College

Cheung Timothy Chi Tim

La Salle College

Tong Kong Sing

La Salle College

Wong Yan Yee, Ysabel

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Lesley Cheung

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Keung Wing Yan Courtney          

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Cheung Katie Chi Kei

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Chak Hoi Man

Pope Paul VI College

Chan Hoi Ki

Pope Paul VI College

Mok Nga In, Eleanor

Pope Paul VI College

Ng Hei Yee Sharon

Queen Elizabeth School

Hsu Ting Fai

Raimondi College

Tse Chun Hang

Raimondi College

Kwok Chun Ting Henry

Raimondi College

Chan Ka Man

Shun Lee Catholic Secondary School

Chong Siu Hung

Shun Lee Catholic Secondary School

Lee Tsz Ching

Shun Lee Catholic Secondary School

Sit Ka Ming

Shun Lee Catholic Secondary School

Shirley Tam

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Wong Hiu Nok

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Lee Lok Tung

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Li James

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Ng Ting Yuk

SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School

Cheng Yik Lam

South Tuen Mun Government Secondary School

Kenneth Tang

St. Joseph's College

Chan Tsz Him Oscar

St. Joseph's College

Lam Tsz Him

St. Joseph's College

Yeung Po Yan Samson

St. Joseph's College

Luk Cheuk Yau, Cheryl

St. Mary's Canossian College

Liu Wing Kei Katy

St. Mary's Canossian College

Emily Kong

St. Mary's Canossian College

Karen Kan

St. Mary's Canossian College

Leung Dilys Hoi Wing

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Lam Tin Kei

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Hung Wing Ki

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Kung Choi Kim

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Tsang Trixie Lok Ting

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Wong Hoi To

St. Paul's College

Jeff Pang Ching Yat

St. Paul's College

Cheng Lok Sang

St. Paul's Convent School

Ankie Ko

St. Paul's Convent School

Liang Wing Kan Venus

St. Paul's Convent School

Choy Lok Yee, Lois

St. Paul's Convent School

Yuen Wai Yi

St. Paul's Secondary School

Mang Pui Yan, Peggy

St. Paul's Secondary School

Maak Pui Wah Christy

St. Paul's Secondary School

Zina Hung

St. Paul's Secondary School

Wu Pui Hang, Rachel

St. Stephen's Girl's College

Pang Yu Hin, Matthew

Tang Shiu Kin Victoria Government Secondary School

Ng Pak Hin

Tang Shiu Kin Victoria Government Secondary School

Ng Pak Yiu

Tang Shiu Kin Victoria Government Secondary School

Ng Calvin Ka-chun

Wah Yan College Hong Kong

Chan Chun Hei Hinson

Ying Wa College

 

All applicants should have received an email regarding the results of the application. Please email us at  with your name and school if you have not received an email. 

 

Introduction

Bearing the theme ‘One to World and World to One’ for this session, our association hopes to motivate and educate students to actively serve the community and raise their social awareness. Through serving the needy, compassion and a sense of responsibility for the society can be cultivated to achieve personal growth in the participants. We also aim at instilling in the teenage participants a sense of concern for current social problems. This scheme will offer educational programmes such as training workshops and seminars to well-equip the participants with practical skills and specific knowledge in dealing with different clients. In addition to these sessions, a four-week Service Session will be held. The participants will not only be encouraged to interact with these clients, but also to try to understand their situations and think of ways to help them.In order to achieve a long-term dedication in our participants, we would like to emphasise the continuity of passion in service in our participants. Most of the service projects in the community offer one-time service sessions and lack continuity. In view of this, we would like to build up the idea of continual service – that their passion should not extinguish after the service programme and should in some ways teach their fellow peers/citizens what they have learnt through the service sessions. In order to achieve this goal, follow-up service sessions will be arranged for the participants after this project and further liaison between the participants and service centres will be highly recommended.Apart from continuity, our hope this year is to cultivate a sense of social awareness in our participants through INGO visits and experience sharing by international volunteers and the ex-clients (people who have gone through what the clients are currently experiencing). Visits will be organised to non-government organisations serving our clients during the project, in the hopes of helping our participants understand the difficulties these clients are facing, and eventually realise the social problems present in our community.Lastly, it is our sincerest hope that through the Community Outreach 2011, participants will not only recognise their social obligation, but also realise their own strengths and weaknesses in the course of interacting with like-minded peers, and hopefully lend a hand in helping the society build a brighter future.

ThemeThe theme of this year’s project is ‘Society at a Glimpse’. Through the Community Outreach 2011, we hope that our participants can serve the clients, experience the lives of them and empathise with them in just a few weeks’ time. Moreover, we would like to raise the participants’ awareness of current social problems regarding the needy so that they can be equipped with a macroscopic perspective. The principle of continuity will be put into practice.

 

Target Group

80 students from Form 3 to Form 5, from secondary schools in Hong Kong

 

Tentative Programme Schedule

Orientation Day

Date: 29th January 2011

Time: 13:00– 18:00

Venue: Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

 

Time         

Programme

13:00

 Registration

13:30

 Welcoming and Introduction

13:45

 Ice Breaking Games

14:05

 Creation of Group Names and presentation

15:05

 Seminar by Mr. Wayne Chau, Founding Vice President of The Outstanding Givers

15:50

 Station Games

17:20

 Introduction of One-day Trip and Briefing of Experience and Volunteer Days

17:35

 Group evaluation

17:50

 Promotion of souvenirs and Photo-taking

18:00

 Dismissal

 

Experience Day

Date: 13th February, 2011

Time: 13:00– 17:30

Venue: Chan Sui Ki (La Salle) College (4 Sheung Wo Street, Homantin, Kowloon)

 

Time        

Programme

13:00

 Registration

13:30

 Simulation Game

16:00

 Workshop

16:45

 Group Debriefing and Evaluation

17:15

 Briefing of Introductory Service Sessions and Volunteer Day

17:30

 Dismissal

 

Introductory Sessions of Services

Mid February, 2011

Introductory service sessions will be arranged for the participants. The aim of these sessions is to teach them the basic skills and techniques for getting along with certain groups of clients and to let the participants understand their roles and duties in the upcoming service sessions.

 

Volunteer Day

Date: 19th February, 2011

Time: 13:00– 18:00

Venue: Queen's College

 

Time            

Programme

13:00

 Registration

13:30

 Mass Game 4

14:00

 Group Sharing by Ex-Clients

15:30

 Forum / Debate

17:15

 Introduction of Group and Service Projects and Closing Ceremony

17:30

 Group evaluation

18:00

 Dismissal

 

One-day Experience Trip

20th February, 2011

A one-day experience trip will be organised for the participants to have in-depth understanding of the real situations of some poorest districts in Hong Kong. Apart from taking part in community service, we also encourage the participants to further broaden their horizons and identify the social problems in our community.

 

Service Project

Late February - Mid March, 2011

While participants gain voluntary experiences through designing their service projects, we also hope to introduce them to local/international volunteer activities so as to assist them in gaining a better understanding in what non-government al voluntary organisations are doing to help the needy, and learn to appreciate their effort. A number of visits to non-governmental organisations that serve the same targets as in the service projects will be organized in between service dates. Participants will interview the person-in-charge of these organizations and learn from their volunteer experience. Proposed organizations include ORBIS, Amnesty International, and UNICEF.

 

Organisation Visits 

Late February - Mid March, 2011

In the 4-week service project, the participants will be given a chance to put the skills and knowledge they have learnt throughout the scheme into practice. Instead of only being told what to do during a service session, participants will design their own service activity for the target groups. This will be carried out at various service centres of the supporting non-governmental organisations. In particular, the participants will learn the importance of taking an active role in serving others. Participants will also be encouraged to further develop their relationship with their clients. An evaluation session will be held after each service to ensure that participants will reflect on areas of improvement which will be useful in subsequent service sessions. Through the successive services, we look forward to seeing the growing passion of the participants and the building up of relationships between them and the clients, thus achieving the aim of continuity.

 

Group Project: Video-taking

Late February - Mid March, 2011

Participants are then asked to compile a five to ten-minute video to share what they have learnt in the scheme and raise the social awareness of the others. They should use the information gathered during previous seminars/organisation visits and combine it with their own experience. The final work will be screened and uploaded to YouTube and Facebook. 

 

Closing Ceremony

Date: 13th March, 2011

Time: 13:00– 18:00

Venue: Wa Ying College

 

Time          

Programme

13:00

 Registration

13:30

 Seminar by Ms Dora Hung, Vice President of the Lion and Globe Educational Trust

14:30

 Address by President and PICs

14:45

 Video Showing and Presentation

16:45

 Presentation of certificates and souvenirs

17:00

 Sharing Session by OCs

17:30

 Photo-taking, back-writing session

18:00

 Dismissal

 

Continuity

13th March, 2011 onwards

In order to achieve this goal, follow-up service sessions will be arranged for the participants after this project and further liaison between the participants and service centres will be highly recommended. 

 

Entrance Requirement and Eligilibity

80 students from Form 3 to Form 5 in secondary schools in Hong Kong will be selected. We will be sending invitations to about 110 secondary schools in Hong Kong. Schools will be encouraged to nominate students who have continually demonstrated care for the community and leadership potential. Moreover, application forms will be uploaded onto our Association’s official website which will allow students from schools that had not been participating much in HKOSA activities before to apply for the scheme as well. Participants will be selected based on their views with regards to community service and past service experiences in the application form. The maximum number of participants is 80, and should there be an audience greater than this quota, participants will be selected based on their sincerity and passion to our project and recommendation from schools.

 

Participants should: 

• Be Form 3, 4 or 5 secondary school students in Hong Kong;

• Have a high degree of social awareness;

• Demonstrate initiative in taking up social responsibilities;

• Have a passion for serving the community; and

• Be enthusiastic, responsible and prompt.

 

Application Procedures

Application Form

Please click here to download the application form. 

 

Participation Fee

Participants will be required to pay a participation fee of HK$100. This should be paid in cheque, made cross payable to “The Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association”. Please write your name, school name, your phone number and this account number 247-033004-001" at the back of the cheque. Participants with problematic cheques would not be considered.DeadlineThe deadline for application is Thursday, 13th January 2011. All applications must be postmarked on or before this date, and must include a completed application form, nomination form and cheque. Applications should be mailed to P.O. Box 38195, Hing Fat Street, Hong Kong. Cheques will be returned to schools should a participant not be accepted.

#3

 

Hong Kong Youth Summit 2011

 

Title Sponsor:

Hopewell Holdings Limited

 

List of Participants

 Name

 School

Lui Chun Man

Cheung Chuk Shan College

Lai Ho Yin, Jonathan

Diocesan Boys' School

Jonathan Tse Sze Chun

Diocesan Boys' School

Lau Quinn Ka Hoi

Diocesan Boys' School

Lee Ka Chun Benjamin

Diocesan Boys' School

Pang Tin Yui Jonathan

Diocesan Boys' School

Ho Scarlett

Diocesan Girls' School

Amanda Hwang

Diocesan Girls' School

Stephanie Cheung Yu Sze

Diocesan Girls' School

Tsang, Yolanda Yuen Ching      

Diocesan Girls' School

Jacqueline Kwong

Diocesan Girls' School

Hui Tung Tung Jenny

Good Hope School

Cheng Tse Wing Renee

Good Hope School

Kylie Cheung

Good Hope School

Lo Yin Tung

Hang Seng School of Commerce

Ng Sai Wing

Hang Seng School of Commerce

Yeung April

Hang Seng School of Commerce

Lai Ho Chun, Samuel

Hang Seng School of Commerce

Tsui Po Yee

Heep Yunn School

A Che Tian Jing

Heep Yunn School

Ko Yee Ki

HKSYCIA Wong Tai Shan Memorial College

Law Akira

Ho Fung College

Wong Nga Man

Holy Trinity College

Yip Fuk Wo

Homantin Government Secondary School

Lee Chung Yeung

King's College

Wong Chun Yeung

King's College

Cheng Ming Kwan

King's College

Wang Shao Wei Adrian

King's College

Tsui Wan Yin

Kowloon Tong School (Secondary School)

Suen Chi Chio

Kwok Tak Seng Catholic Secondaary School

Chan Kai Leung

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Chan Siu Yee

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Liu Ben Mao Sanford

La Salle College

Chan Tsz Pang

La Salle College

Cheng Mori Chi Kin

La Salle College

Cheung Chun Hei, Calvin

La Salle College

Tam Long Yee

Maryknoll Convent School

Ip Wing Chui Rachael

Maryknoll Convent School

Wong Ysabel

Maryknoll Convent School

Yeung Chi Ying Agnes

Maryknoll Convent School

Tang Vanessa

Marymount Secondary School

Choi Claudia

Marymount Secondary School

Ng Wing Hin Stephanie

Marymount Secondary School

Chan Cheuk Hin

Po Leung Kuk Centenary Li Shiu Chung Memorial College

Ng Sin Ting

Po Leung Kuk Centenary Li Shiu Chung Memorial College

Lai Yau

Po Leung Kuk Wu Chung College

Lam Lok

Po Leung Kuk Wu Chung College

Chong Hoi Yan

Po On Commercial Association Wong Siu Ching Secondary School

Chan Ka Man

Po On Commercial Association Wong Siu Ching Secondary School

Cheung Wing Sze

Po On Commercial Association Wong Siu Ching Secondary School

Li Yu Ying

Pope Paul VI College

Lee On Ni

Pope Paul VI College

Chung Ching

Queen Elizabeth School

Kwan Ching Yi

Queen Elizabeth School

Suen Ho Bong Matthew

Queen Elizabeth School

Cheng Chun Yin Justin

Queen's College

Li Chun Yin Alex

Raimondi College

Kwok Chun Ting Henry

Raimondi College

Wong Chun Cheung

Raimondi College

Hsu Ting Fai

Raimondi College

Chu Cho Leung

S.T.F.A. Leung Kau Kui College

Kwong Wai Yee Jennifer

Sacred Heart Canossian College

Siu Pui Yue Rami

Sacred Heart Canossian College

Ho Lok Sea, Season

Sacred Heart Canossian College

Yuen Hei Ting,Molly

Sacred Heart Canossian College

Lee Tsz Ching

Sha Tin Methodist College

Wong Hau Ching

Shun Tak Fraternal Association Leung Kau Kui College

Koo Hiu Laam

Shun Tak Fraternal Association Leung Kau Kui College

Ng Wai Ling

Shung Tak Catholic English College

Lam Kei Wai Anthony

Shung Tak Catholic English College

Woo Hei Lok Kobo

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Tsang Wui Yin

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Kong Yuet

SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Zhuang Ka Kit

SKH Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School

Chun Wu Sing

South Tuen Mun Government Secondary School

Cheng Hadley

St. Joseph's College

Yip Chau Sang

St. Mark's School

Wong Chun Kwok

St. Mark's School

Yang Yee Lam

St. Mark's School

Liu Kin Long

St. Mark's School

Chan Chit Man Mandy

St. Mary's Canossian College

Ho Ki Ki

St. Mary's Canossian College

Mak Pui Ying Crystal

St. Mary's Canossian College

So Man Kwan Janet

St. Mary's Canossian College

Yip Tsz Ying

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Mak Ho Ching

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Chan Ka Man

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Li Chung Hin

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Ho Sze Chai

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Lai Kelvin

St. Paul's College

Carson Wong

St. Paul's College

Fong Yik Lam

St. Paul's College

Ma Ken Hoe

St. Paul's College

Pang, Jeff

St. Paul's College

Wu Joanne

St. Paul's Convent School

Yu Theodora

St. Paul's Convent School

Leung Lok Man,Teresa

St. Paul's Convent School

Cheung Wai Kar

St. Paul's Convent School

Kong Cheuk Lam

St. Paul's School (Lam Tin)

So Kiu Yu

St. Paul's Secondary School

Cheung Hiu Man

St. Paul's Secondary School

 To Tsz Yan, Janice

St. Paul's Secondary School

Siu Wing Tung, Jessica

St. Paul's Secondary School

Law Cheuk Yin

St. Stephen's College

Tang Sin Heng Salina

St. Stephen's Girls' College

Leung Wai Sin

St.Margaret's Co-educational English Secondary and Primary School

Cheung Cheuk Kwan

St.Stephen's Girls' College

Kwok Wing Tung

STFA Leung Kau Kui College

Chan Tsz Ying

T.W.G. Hs Kap Yan Directors' College

Ho Yan Sin

True Light Girls' College

Tse Yuet Ting

Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School

Li Po Yi

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Leung Ho Kuen

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Yeung Tsz Wing

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Lee Chi Fung

Tung Wah Group of Hospital Kap Yan Directors' College

Lau Yuan Kwei

Wah Yan College

Yuen Ho Shun

Wah Yan College, Kowloon

Yeung Chin Kuen

Wah Yan College,Kowloon

Juan, Hillary Ching

Ying Wa Girls' School

Chang Hiu Tung

Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School

 

All applicants should have received an email regarding the results of the application. Please email us at  with your name and school if you have not received an email. Partcipants please print out the Parents' Consent and Health Declaration Form and hand it in to your Group Ambassadors on the Orientation Day. In order to ensure your safety, you are also required to hand in the Influenza Symptoms Declaration Form on each event day.

 

Introduction

The Hong Kong Youth Summit is an annual event organised by the Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association. As a platform for future leaders of Hong Kong to exchange views on current economic and social issues, the Summit aims to inspire participants to think critically and analytically on current social issues. This will be achieved through a series of workshops, meetings, and informative seminars conducted by eminent members of the Hong Kong Government and experts in relevant fields. Interviews and field visits to concerned sectors in Hong Kong will also be held. Thus, students will be inspired to tackle current issues and put forward solutions in the form of resolutions. Past speakers at the Hong Kong Youth Summit include the Hon Leung Chun-ying, the Hon Jasper Tsang, and Prof Arthur Li. During the past several decades, Hong Kong has undergone rapid development and its economic strength is getting momentum with each passing day. Nevertheless, though Hong Kong is one of Asia’s richest cities, it also has the region’s largest wealth disparity, with some 18 per cent of the population living below the poverty line. The huge disparity in wealth is a pressing problem to the society as it causes numerous social and economical problems. Such tension needs to be eased so that the community would benefit from economic development and share the fruits of prosperity. The emphasis of this year’s Youth Summit, therefore, will be on finding solutions to the problem of “wealth gap” in the Hong Kong society. Bearing the theme “Bridging the Gap”, participants will look into the problem of income disparity through three major areas: education, housing, and labour. The Hong Kong Youth Summit 2011 will consist of a series of seminars and workshops of topics ranging from critical thinking and public speaking, to sustainable development and poverty problem. In the course of the project, 120 participants will be divided into ten Leadership Groups, representing ten different sectors in Hong Kong with different areas of concerns. Six Commissions will be formed from members of different Leadership Groups and will be in charge of putting forward resolutions to specific issues through a series of discussions and negotiations. Resolutions drafted by participants will be proposed at the Final Summit. Ratified resolutions will then be presented to at the public forum where social leaders and press will be invited to attend.The final resolutions will be sent to the press, the Legislative Council, respective government departments and related organisations such as Home Affairs Bureau, Education Bureau, Environment Bureau, the Commission on Youth and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in order to reflect the views of Hong Kong youths.

 

Objectives

- To enhance participants’ awareness of social issues

- To inspire participants to think critically and analytically in different perspectives

- To encourage the exchange of ideas among participants and to provide a channel for them to express their ideas in public

- To develop a sense of belonging to Hong Kong

- To develop the creative potentials of participants through providing creative solutions to existing problems

 

Recruitment of Participants

120 students from Form 4 to Form 6, from secondary schools in Hong Kong. Schools can nominate at most 10 students who demonstrate interests in current affairs to join the project. Students are also encouraged to apply directly to the programme.

 

The participants should:

- Display an interest in current affairs

- Be able to think critically

- Be outspoken

- Have an active engagement in school activities

- Be conversationally fluent in Cantonese and English

 

Details of the Summit

Leadership Groups

- Low Income Group

- Middle Income Group

- Small and Medium Enterprises 

- Big Corporations

- Professionals

- New Immigrants

- The Elderly

- The Disabled

- Ethnic Minorities/Foreign Domestic Workers

- Government

 

Commission Groups

- Two Education Commissions

- Two Housing Commissions

- Two Labour Commissions

 

Interviews and Excursions

Participants will visit organisations or interview guests that are related to their Leadership Groups. Dates for these visits or interviews will be confirmed at a later date.

 

Working Language

All discussions will be conducted in either English or Cantonese, and all written documents will be in English.

 

Resolutions

All the resolutions passed will be followed up by our Association to ensure that the voice of the youths is heard and that responses may be given. As our past practice, the resolutions will be sent to the relevant government departments, the Legislative Council and the press.

 

Tentative Programme Schedule

Orientation Day

Date: 2nd April 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 13:00– 18:00

Venue: The University of Hong Kong

 

Time        

Programme

13:00

 Registration

13:15

 Welcoming by the President of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association

13:20

 Introduction of Hong Kong Youth Summit 2011 by Project Chairpersons

13:30

 Ice-Breaking Game

13:50

 Workshop on Speech and Public Speaking

14:40

 Mass Games

15:40

 Seminar on Critical Thinking and Youth Participation

16:30

 Introduction of Organising Committee, Faculty Advisors and Commission Leaders

16:35

 Introduction of the Programme Details by Project Chairpersons

16:45

 Introduction of Commissions by Commission Leader

17:15

 Leadership Group Meeting

 

Day 1

Date: 3rd April, 2011 (Sunday)

Time: 09:30– 18:00

Venue: The University of Hong Kong

 

Time        

Programme

09:30

 Registration

10:00

 Briefing on Hong Kong Youth Summit 2011 by Project Chairpersons

10:30

 Commission Meeting

11:30

 Lunch

12:30

 Keynote Speech

13:30

 Leadership Group Meeting

14:15

 Theme Game

16:15

 Commission Seminar: Education (I)

17:00

 Commission Meeting

 

Interviews and Excursions

Dates: Between 4 April - 15 April, 2011

 

Day 2

Date: 9th April, 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 09:30– 18:00

Venue:The University of Hong Kong

 

Time        

Programme

09:30

 Registration

10:00

 Leadership Group Meeting

10:45

 Commission Seminar: Housing (I)

11:30

 Commission Meeting

12:15

 Lunch

13:15

 Commission Seminar: Labour (I)

14:00

 Commission Meeting

15:30

 Commission Seminar: Education (II)

16:15

 Leadership Group Meeting

17:00

 Commission Meeting

 

Day 3

Date: 16th April, 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 09:30– 18:00

Venue: The University of Hong Kong

 

Time        

Programme

09:30

 Registration

09:45

 Commission Seminar: Housing (II)

10:30

 Leadership Group Meeting

11:15

 Commission Seminar: Labour (II)

12:00

 Lunch

13:00

 Panel Discussion on Wealth Gap

14:30

 Commission Meeting

15:30

 Consultation Forum

17:30

 Commission Meeting

 

Final Summit

Date: 30th April, 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 09:30 – 21:00

Venue: The University of Hong Kong

 

Time        

Programme

09:30

 Registration

10:00

 Summit Opening

10:10

 Briefing of Hong Kong Youth Summit by Project Chairpersons

10:25

 The Hong Kong Youth Summit (I)

13:00

 Lunch

14:00

 Keynote Address

15:00

 The Hong Kong Youth Summit (II)

18:00

 Conclusion by Project Chairpersons and Closing Ceremony

19:00

 Closing Banquet

Note: The Closing Banquet is not compulsory.

 

List of speakers

We are honoured to have invited the following politicians and professionals in various fields to be our guest speakers.

 

The Hon LEUNG Chun-ying, GBS, JP

- Convenor of the Non-official Members of the Executive Council, HKSAR

 

The Hon. Ronald ARCULLI GBM, CVO, GBS, OBE, JP

- Chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing

Hon Alan LEONG Kah-kit, SC

- Legislative Councillor and Leader of the Civic Party

Hon Audrey EU Yuet-mee, SC, JP

- Legislative Councillor

 

Hon LAU Kong-wah, JP

- Legislative Councillor

The Hon LEUNG Kwok-hung

- Legislative Councillor

 

Professor Joseph J.Y. SUNG, SBS

- Vice-Chancellor and President of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mr. YAU Shing Mu, JP

- Under Secretary for Transport and Housing

 

Mr. Michael TIEN

- Deputy Chairman of the New People’s Party and Founder of the G2000 Group

Ms. CHAN Yuen-han, SPS, JP

- Vice-chairperson of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions

 

Mr. Vincent WONG

- Director of Strategic Planning of Commercial Radio Hong Kong

Mr. Fred LAM

- Chief Campaigner of the Roundtable Community

 

Mr. LEUNG Kee Cheong

- Principal of Fresh Fish Traders’ School

 

Mr. Hugh CHEUNG 

- Founder of idebate.hk

Mr. Fredrik FAN Cheung-fung

- Vice-President of the Hong Kong Federation of Students

 

 

Application Procedures

Application Form

Please click here to download the application form. 

 

Participation Fee

We would inform a participant should him/her be accepted and the participant would then be required to bring a crossed cheque payable to “The Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association” of $200 on the first day of the programme. Otherwise, he/she would not be allowed to continue joining the programme. Please write your name, school name, your phone number and this account number 247-033004-001" at the back of the cheque. Participants with problematic cheques would not be considered. Eligible students may obtain financial subsidies on the programme fee of $70 from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Life-wide Learning Fund or other similar funds.

 

Deadline

The deadline for application is Friday, 18th March 2011. All applications must be postmarked on or before this date, and must include a completed application and nomination form. Applications should be mailed to P.O. Box 38195, Hing Fat Street, Hong Kong.

 

Acknowledgement

We would like to extend our gratitude toHopewell Holdings Limited for being our title sponsor and the University of Hong Kong for venue sponsorship.

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Interflow Camp 2011

 

List of Participants

 Name

 School

Cho Chun Yin, Terence

Diocesan Boys' School

Ho Rachael Boaz Man-Ching     

Diocesan Boys' School

Pang Tin Yui Jonathan

Diocesan Boys' School

Chow Lok Yim Loretta

Diocesan Girls' School

Ho Scarlett

Diocesan Girls' School 

Tsang Yolanda Yuen Ching

Diocesan Girls' School 

Isabella Wong

Good Hope School

Kylie Cheung

Good Hope School

A Che Tian Jing

Heep Yunn School

Lo Ting Hei

Heep Yunn School

Wong Cheuk Fei

Heep Yunn School

Chan Yin Yee

Holy Family Canossian College

Hong Wai Shan

Holy Family Canossian College

Jasmine Choy

Holy Family Canossian College

Lam Sze Long

Holy Family Canossian College

Cheung Chun Hin Bryan

King's College

Wong Chun Yeung

King's College

Yuen Kin Hong

King's College

Ho Chun Wai 

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Wong Wai Huen

Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

Chiu Chun Yiu

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Choi Wan Ting

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Chung Yan Hong

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Lee Kwok Wing

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Yeung Wan Chun

Kwun Tong Maryknoll College

Chan Tsz Pang

La Salle College

Cheung Timothy Chi Tim

La Salle College

Felix Lai Pok Yiu

La Salle College

Liu Sanford

La Salle College

Lui Wing Chi

Madam Lau Kam Lung Secondary School

Florence Leung

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Hui Kiu Karina

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Tam Si Wing Shirley

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Wong Tiffany

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Wong Ysabel Yan Yee

Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

Lee Ka Hei Venus

Our Lade of the Rosary College

Chan Wan Yik Edith

Our Lady of the Rosary College

Lam Jason

Queen's College

Lee Ho Yin

Queen's College

Liu Pak Han

Queen's College

Cheung Siobhan Pak In

S.K.H. Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Hung Yung

S.K.H. Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Kong Yuet

S.K.H. Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Lee Hoi Yan

S.K.H. Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Tai Chi Chun

S.K.H. Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School

Chui Tsz Fung

S.K.H. Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School

Koo Hiu Laam

Shun Tak Fraternal Association Leung Kau Kiu College

Ng Ting Yuk

SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School

Chan Ting Hei Thomas

St. Joseph's College

Tang Kenneth Chun Ki

St. Joseph's College

Ko Chi Leuk Ivan

St. Louis School

Yau Keith

St. Louis School

Liu Cheuk Ying

St. Mary's Canossian College

Ng Vicky

St. Mary's Canossian College

Sophia Cheung

St. Mary's Canossian College

Tang lau Wen Laureen

St. Mary's Canossian College

Tse Huen Hung Iris

St. Mary's Canossian College

Wong Hiu Lam Becky

St. Mary's Canossian College

Chan Wan Cheung

St. Paul's Co-educational College

Fong Yik Lam

St. Paul's College

Lai Kelvin

St. Paul's College

Choy Lok Yee Lois

St. Paul's Convent School

Hung Pui Kwan Isa

St. Paul's Convent School

Lo Hoi Ying

St. Paul's Convent School

So Yuen Ying Clara

St. Paul's Convent School

Wong Sz Ching

St. Paul's Convent School

Yeung Sum Yee

St. Paul's Convent School

Chan Tsz Ying

T.W.G.Hs Kap Yan Directors' College

Leung Bing

Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School

Ma Kam Chiu Tina

Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School

Ng Tsz Ting

Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School

Li Po Yi

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Cheun Yiu Memorial College

Wong Wai Leong

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Yeung Tracy

Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College

Chan Chun Hei Hinson

Ying Wa College

Fock Man Kin

Ying Wa College

Ng Tsz Wai Jason

Ying Wa College

Wong Tsz Hei

Ying Wa College

Yeung Wai Shing

Ying Wa College

Juan Ching Hilary

Ying Wa Girls' School

 

All applicants should have received an email regarding the results of the application. Please email us at  with your name and school if you have not received an email. Partcipants please print out the Parents' Consent and Health Declaration Form and hand it in to your Group Ambassadors on the Orientation Day.

 

Sponsor:

Pearson Asia Pacific

Hopewell Holdings Limited

 

Introduction

Entitled “Mystory”, Interflow Camp 2011 will be a simulation of a detective training programme. We hope to infuse the idea of struggles between different elements of life, e.g. love, friendship, family, wealth, career, and integrity, in the investigation of mysterious cases. The term “Mystory” carries the meaning of both solving mystical cases and reflection on participants’ own life story.The Camp will simulate a detective training school, where participants are recruited as trainees and are taught special skills in deciphering clues and solving cases. Each individual case presented will be about a conflict between certain important values in life. Participants will be guided to imagine their reactions and choices under these situations. We hope that, through this experience, they can discover more about themselves and reflect on the genuine meaning of life.During the investigation process, the participants will have to perform creative and challenging tasks which require creative thinking, presentation, communication, etc.It is hoped that through this simulation, participants will be given ample opportunities to let their ideas and imagination soar and potentials to be unleashed. The Camp also aims at helping participants to overcome their self-limitations, develop their original thinking and problem-solving skills. Through enjoyable workshops and educational games, participants will be able to exchange their ideas with and learn from their peers.

 

Objectives

- To encourage students to think beyond their limits

- To provide opportunities for students to make use of their creativity and imagination

- To strengthen students’ self confidence and help them realise their potentials

- To further develop students’ leadership and problem solving skills

- To allow students reflect on their own values

- To promote the mission and vision of HKOSA in schools of Hong Kong

 

Recruitment of Participants

80 students from Form 3 to Form 5, from secondary schools in Hong Kong. Schools can nominate at most 8 students who demonstrate interests in current affairs to join the project. Students are also encouraged to apply directly to the programme with teacher's recommendation.

 

The participants should:

- Be Secondary 3 to 5 (Grade 9 to 11 for international school students)

- Be responsible and prompt

- Be able to think critically and analytically

- Be active and creative

 

Tentative Programme Schedule

Orientation Day

Date: 2nd July 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 13:00– 18:15

Venue: School Hall, Queen's College

 

Time        

Programme

13:00

 Registration

13:30

 Introduction of HKOSA by President

13:35

 Introduction of Interflow Camp 2011 by Project Chairpersons

13:45

 Mass game 1 - Ice-Breaking games

14:15

 Introduction of Organising Committee

14:20

 Mass game 2 - Station games

16:20

 Creation of group name and slogan

16:50

 Presentation of group name and slogan

17:45

 Introduction of the video-taking task

17:55

 Briefing on the arrangements of Interflow Camp

18:10

 Photo-taking and dismissal

 

Day 1

Date: 20th July, 2011 (Wednesday)

Venue: School Hall, Queen's College / Wu Kai Sha Youth Campsite

 

Time        

Programme

09:30

 Registration

10:00

 Briefing on city-tracing and preparation

10:30

 Theme game 1 - City-tracing

15:30

 Transport to campsite

16:15

 Introduction to campsite facilities and Interflow Camp 2011

16:20

 Settling

17:00

 Mass game 3

18:10

 Dinner

19:00

 Theme game 2

22:00

 Announcement of in-camp task

22:10

 Sharing and debriefing

 

Day 2

Date: 21st July, 2011 (Thursday)

Venue: Wu Kai Sha Youth Campsite

 

Time          

Programme

07:50

 Morning exercise

08:10

 Breakfast

09:00

 Mass game 4 - Life monopoly

12:00

 Lunch

13:00

 Presentation of video-taking task

15:00

 Theme Game 3

18:00

 Dinner

19:00

 Theme Game 3

21:00

 Sharing and debriefing

 

Day 3

Date: 22nd July, 2011 (Friday)

Venue: Wu Kai Sha Youth Campsite

 

Time         

Programme

07:50

 Morning exercise

08:10

 Breakfast

09:00

 Preparation of in-camp task

10:00

 Presentaton of in-camp task

12:00

 Lunch

13:00

 Workshop

15:00

 Theme game 4

18:00

 Dinner

19:00

 Theme game 4

21:00

 Concert

23:00

 Sharing and debriefing

 

Day 4

Date: 23rd July, 2011 (Saturday)

Venue: Wu Kai Sha Youth Campsite

 

Time        

Programme

08:10

 Breakfast

09:00

 Mass game 5

10:00

 Back-writing

11:00

 Closing ceremony

11:45

 Pack-up time

12:10

 Lunch

13:00

 Photo-taking and dismissal

 

Application Procedures

Application Form

Please click here to download the application form. 

 

Participation Fee

Participants are required to bring a crossed cheque payable to “The Hong Kong Outstanding Students’ Association” of $450 upon application. Otherwise, he/she would not be allowed to join the programme. Please write your name, school name, your phone number and this account number 247-033004-001" at the back of the cheque. Participants with problematic cheques would not be considered. Eligible students may obtain financial subsidies for the programme fee from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Life-wide Learning Fund or other similar funds.Cheques will be returned to schools should a participant not be accepted. 

 

Deadline

The deadline for application is Wednesday, 22nd June 2011. All applications must be postmarked on or before this date, and must include a completed application and nomination form. Applications should be mailed to P.O. Box 38195, Hing Fat Street, Hong Kong.