Traditional Chinese architecture amidst
the modern highrises

Hong Kong is renowned for its city view of modern skyscrapers, but did you know that there are still many traditional Chinese styled buildings in various neighbourhoods too, waiting to be discovered?

This year's China Week, an event that the HKFYG has been organizing since 2011, will focus on traditional architecture and aesthetics to help young people learn more about Chinese history and culture.   The week will run through a series of online activities from 28 September to 4 October. 

Lectures will be offered, to over 1,000 primary and secondary students, by Mr. Raymond Wong Wai-man, Dr. Leo Sze Chi-ming, and Ms. Candy Law Kei-yu, who will help them understand the connections between tradition and culture as seen through architecture. The young participants will also have the opportunity to be creative by designing and building their own architectural masterpieces using 4D Frame and Tinkercad in online workshops. They will also be part of two virtual tours, using 360 degrees photographs, experiencing some of Hong Kong's traditional buildings. 

Modernity can exist with the traditional; especially architecturally and help form a deep understanding of heritage and culture. 

Come join this unique programme that helps us all look at our city with fresh eyes!

Sponsor Tin Ka Ping Foundation
Partners The Chinese Temples Committee & The Dragon Foundation
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Enquiries Joanne Lam 3586 8448

Thanks to all sponsors and donors of the "Always with YOUth" a cappella Online Charity Concert
Fundraising cause Support the HKFYG to provide the young people of Hong Kong with all-round development opportunities
Performers MayTree, Ommm, CoffeetimeBand, Acapellago, and Hong Kong's very own Groundbreaker
Sponsors include The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, the Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation, the Great Eagle Group, the MTR Corporation, Swire Properties, Dr. Allen Fung and Sindy Fung, the Legan Foundation and more
Full concert available at
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Enquiries Brenda Yip 3755 7101

Go on a wellness journey with HKFYG Wellness Hub
Goal An innovative and mobile self-help virtual portal providing a private and comfortable space for participants to express their emotions and relax
Target participants University students and the general public
Time required 10-15 minutes per time
Funded by the HSBC 150th Anniversary Charity Programme
Partnered with Breathe and Smile Mindbody Wellbeing Center
Organizer HKFYG Wellness Mind Centre's Project STEP
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Enquiries Fanny Ng 3422 3161 

Virtual storytelling workshops with Manulife
Aims to ignite a passion for reading in children and instill in them moral values, knowledge of health & environmental protection  
Activities include interactive storytelling and kid crafts  
Date and time 4-5:15pm on 9, 16 and 23 October 2020 
Target participants 120 kindergarten and primary school students, priority given to those from underprivileged families 
Instructor Choi EE, a renowned children's author and parent-child storytelling advocator, and Manulife volunteers 
Funded by Manulife  
Organized by HKFYG Jockey Club
Jat Min Youth S.P.O.T. 
Registration and more details 
Enquiries Vicky Tse 2647 0744 


COVID-19 IMPACT at home, school, work: Youth Hong Kong magazine Volume 12 Number 3 September 2020
This issue looks particularly at the effects of COVID-19 on young people's life. We also interview parents and young employers facing difficulties. We hope that some of the stories we share will help shine a light into this dark tunnel.
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Advertising, requests and enquiries Ada Chau 3755 7108 email