Celebrate Christmas at PH3!

Last minute Christmas shopping still to do? Don't panic! Head down to PH3 and find all you will need.

The HKFYG's party house, on the revitalized Lee Tung Street, is hosting its first-ever Christmas Market this weekend, 14-15 December, from noon to 8:00 p.m. Visitors will be able to shop, while also enjoying festive food and drink, as well as participating in handicraft workshops, and all the while enjoying Santa Claus's visit and live musical performances.  Partnering with various local and international brands, visitors will be able to delight in the decadence of chocolatier Bel-Zims, coffee workshop Eden Cafe, skin care The Sweetest With Love and more.

And just in case you are scratching your head to find the best venue for your Christmas and New Year's Eve parties, why not see if you can book PH3! If available, your event will certainly be unique, while you and your guests will be promoting youth entrepreneurship. An added incentive? All bookings for this December will enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine!

Scroll down for other organic Christmas ideas from the Federation's social enterprises. 

More details at Facebook page  or website
Address 3/F, 186-190 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai
Enquiries Lok Choi 5933 6323

Flag Day 2020: exclusive Wellness Folder charity sale
Five flag sticker cartoons on each set of Wellness Folders to make it a perfect gift for either yourself or a loved one. All proceeds support the Flag Day cause 
Charity price at HK$15 for 1 folder; HK$50 for a set of 5 folders
Purchase online here
Other outlets include 21/F HKFYG Building, HKFYG's 21 Youth SPOTs, M21, Continuous Learning Centre, Leadership Institute, and Jockey Club Sai Kung Outdoor Training Centre
Donations for gold flag set and volunteer enrolment are still welcome hkfyg.org.hk/flagday2020
Enquiries Chelsea Lee 3755 7102

Order now! Christmas Tri-Pot on offer at the HKFYG Organic Farm
Purify your body and mind with our tiny potted plants from which you will get fresh organic herbs for making healthy meals anytime; also a perfect seasonal gift for green-loving friends and cooking gurus
Choice of 3 plants including rosemary, basil, patchouli, aloe (non-eatable) and other seasonal plants
Christmas special price HK$108
Free delivery for order above HK$250
Order online at here
Enquiries Alan Yam 2838 4808

Cultural Ambassador Programme of the HKFYG Leadership Institute and American Express
Goals to nurture future leaders in heritage conservation through systematic training by cross-sector experts and practices at the historic Former Fanling Magistracy, home of the Leadership Institute and the local neighbourhoods
Participants S.4-S.6 students
Training period February to August 2020
HK$600: early bird rate
Deadline 8 January 2020
HK$900: standard rate
Deadline 29 January 2020
More details click here
Enquiries Eva Wong / Yani Au 2169 0255

Smart City Future Skills Development Project partnered with HSBC Community Partnership Programme
Aim to popularise STEM learning among teenagers and enable them to make good use of innovative technology to serve the neighbourhoods
Target participants 200 youth
Activities include creative learning workshops and booths, a neighbourhood unmanned store and room escape activities with AR technology
Period December 2019 to August 2020
Organizer HKFYG Hung Shui Kiu Youth SPOT
More details click here
Enquiries Claire Liu 2448 7474

Strengthening Intergenerational Understanding: Youth I.D.E.A.S. think tank report 48
Main findings
● 42.4% of young respondents said they had frequently or occasionally argued with their parents in the past six months
● The major reasons were social issues/political stance (70.9%) and economic/spending issues (59.1%)
● 31.2% of parent respondents also said their family relationships had deteriorated in the past six months
● Difference in value orientations arisen from different upbringings, difference in ethnic identities, power and economic singularity, and intensification effects of social media are deemed the main reasons for changes in intergenerational relationships
● parent-child mediation support and a positive communications movement within the family
● mentorship schemes and intergenerational-friendly measures at workplaces
● dedicated funding to improve intergenerational relationships at the community level
Respondents 300 Hong Kong youth aged 18-29 and 302 parents aged 54-73
More details [in Chinese] click here
Enquiries Beji Ho 3755 7042
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