Relax and rebuild wellness this summer

After what seems like a long period, Hong Kong is slowly beginning to feel the sun of normal life breaking through the overcast heaviness of these lockdowned months with the approach of summer.

From wellness, sports and arts exposure to leadership training and volunteering services, there are nearly 10,000 activities awaiting young people and their families. For example, L.N.T. "Walk Out" Hong Kong introduces 21 outdoor adventure challenges while also teaching participants to Leave No Trace as they appreciate and respect the nature. With a 40% fee discount on selected programmes for those in need, everyone can again celebrate the hope and joy of a happy and healthy holiday period. 

Let's seize this short summertime to relax and get out of the clouds!

Save the dates for registration
Ticketing for reserved online enrollment: 22-24 May 
Reserved online enrollment: 25 - 28 May
Open online enrollment: 29 May 
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RECRUITING NOW! HK Young Ambassador Scheme 2020/21
Goal to nurture young people for promoting Hong Kong's hospitality culture and diverse tourism appeal to visitors
Organizers The HKFYG and Tourism Commission
Activities core skills training and community services which help promote tourism in Hong Kong
Target Hong Kong full-time students aged 15 or above
Application deadline 15 June 2020 5pm (hard copy) / 19 June 2020 (online) 
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Enquiries Joanne Lam or Gigi Li
3586 8458

TEA for All - The HKFYG Jockey Club School of Global Leadership - Global Speakers Online Programme
Goal to facilitate young people to develop like having a TEA - Take advantage of emerging global challenges, Explore opportunities through building networks, and Acquire global awareness to drive positive changes
Topics impact of COVID-19 on work, study and lives and thoughts on seeking new possibilities beyond border
Speakers UN Officer, entrepreneurs and more
Target audience Secondary school students, tertiary students and working youth
Period May 2020
Schedule and more details
Enquiries Shirley Ho 2169 0255

The HKFYG 2020-21 Annual Plan- Healing for Hope
Get to know our goals and service development of this year and explore partnership with us, especially on how to bring healing and hope to youth and the society in face of the social condition and pandemic, together with the promotion of "Wellness Mind" and "Future Skills" in equipping youth for the future
Online click here
Enquiries Mavum Cheung 3755 7088

Youth I.D.E.A.S. think tank latest report No. 49 on Improving Governance by Maximizing Effectiveness of Social Media
●  An overwhelming majority (952) had found SAR Government information via social media, but 69.2% said there were not interactions and 77.0% said the posts were unattractive
●  The largest proportion (29.3%) of all respondents said they most expected to get a response if they connect to the HKSARG via social media
●  Formulate a HKSARG social media strategy to enable better governance
●  Employ talents to manage HKSARG social media accounts
●  Enhance interactive elements of the HKSARG's pages, such as cooperating with KOL and participating in social media challenges activities
Online survey period 18 February to
6 March 2020
Respondents 1,028 aged 15 - 34
Responsible group Governance 
Full results and recommendations
in Chinese click here
Enquiries Sharon Cheung 3755 7039