Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF HK) will hold the China Children‘s Week 2018 – Little Artists Big Dreams Drawing Competition at Central Lawn, Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District on 18 March 2018 (Sunday). Under the theme ‘for every child, a better world’, the competition will raise funds for UNICEF’s ‘Cash Transfers for Deprived Children’ (CCT) Project in China, dedicated to giving a good start in life for every child by improving the maternal and child health services in rural China. This year, under the theme ‘for every child, a better world’, UNICEF HK has collaborated with cartoon character Din Dong to launch the all-new Comic Strip Drawing Challenge. Din-Dong, full of positive energy and dreams, will inspire young artists to create a good start in life for every child with their compassion and imagination. This year’s event will be once again fully supported by Principal Sponsor, Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Limited.
Under the theme of “Global Citizenship Education”, the proposed exchange program by Connecting Myanmar seeks to offer 10-15 disadvantaged Myanmar students an opportunity to go outside of Myanmar, to exchange ideas about different global issues in the context of Hong Kong and Myanmar. Focus: (1) Education (2) Global Citizenship (3) Bridging Urban-rural Gap
7 skaters from Hong Kong will attend a 24hr inline skating competition in France. They are looking for some funding for this trip and at the same time hope to rise some money for "Hong Kong Cancer fund".
In the ‘Hong Kong Faces' series, Ducky made the disappeared Hong Kong identity reappear. Objects such as Ericsson model 337, pay phones at the MTR station, and Chips sneakers, juxtaposing with the poses of subjects in different spaces, arouse viewer’s love-hate emotions towards Hong Kong in the pre-1997 era. The works inspire those once-embraced but now long-forgotten thoughts in us. Ducky refers it as ‘impermanence’. When he navigated among people to create his work, he walked into many births and cessations, searching for the sparks of souls in between. Through his work, the identity of Hong Kong people in the 1990s (particularly the grassroots) that are otherwise difficult to sort out, is seen.
We all claimed that we are human beings; but the fact is that until we realize the ultimate truth in our lives, we cannot be actual humans. We are being constrained in many ways while only thought could escape from this restriction.
Run For Girls’ Rights For many girls in the developing world, the double discrimination of gender and age has placed them at a disadvantaged position. They are often denied access to health services and education, and succumb to violence, abuse, and harassment. Run For Girls is a charity run co-organized by Plan International Hong Kong and Cosmopolitan with the aim of fighting for and promoting girls’ rights and justice, protecting girls in developing countries from discrimination, inequality and violence. Now is your chance to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged girls. By participating in the event, Run for Girls, you can help them Run toward a brighter future!
In 2017 we got negative scores in the Odyssey of the Mind competition, but 7 of us did not give up. We participated in the Odyssey of the mind again this year and got the 1st runner up in problem 1 division 3. We were qualified to represent Hong Kong to take part in the world final in the USA. We will redesign the solution for the competition for the world final. We believe we can do better every time. However, participating in the world final requires a huge budget which we, students from grassroots families, can't afford.
This set of AR characters contains 216 Chinese Independent characters, according to the frequency of use ranking from high to low divided into "green" "blue" "red" three groups. In addition to 216 individual characters, this set of products also contains 29 basic Chinese strokes card.
Love is without condition. Despite your race, nationality, age or gender, you can share love! AIDS Concern sincerely invite you to share love with people who are living with HIV who live under stigma and discrimination. Please donate part of your red pocket money and support our services!