As a startup social enterprise that focuses on sustainable development, Dreams Lab is curating and organizing an interactive experiential activity “Beyond Sight” with its aim at promoting the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDS 2030) set by the United Nations through creativities. In the face of climate change and man-made disasters, have you ever thought about the sights of the last days? "Beyond Sight: Before the Apocalypse", Dreams Lab’s brand new 4D interactive experiential event, sets in a pre-apocalyptic world. Participants will challenge the six experience zones in the impact of different sensory systems to complete the final mission! We hope that after the event, participants will be able to reflect on the messages behind the experience and take the first step in the world's dream action. In each zone, you need to complete the experience and a specific task before moving on to the next area.
I hope to create a “World Logistics of Encyclopedia website” to raise HK$150,000. If you agree that Hong Kong needs a world-class logistics encyclopedia website, please forward the message to everyone around you and create a miracle together. Ken Tin
Want to step away from your workstation and have a blast of fresh air? Join the 8th edition of Outward Bound Multi Race, held on 29 September 2019 (Sun), which promises to offer the participants a taste of all the features typically found in these endurance tests. The Race will take place over a 13km course and require teams of two. Starting and finishing in the Sai Kung areas, it will include the usual disciplines of trail running, orienteering, kayaking and swimming plus a few mystery tasks. Parent-child category is also available!! We welcome parents to bring their children to experience fun and meaningful event that combines water and land challenges with a shorter distance of 8km. Proceeds of the race will be used to support young Hong Kong people who would otherwise not have the means or opportunity, to access challenging and adventurous Outward Bound courses. These courses help young people in developing their self-confidence, skills and positive attitudes, which in turn aids future success at school, work and for life.
he Gay Games is a world-class multi-sports & diversity festival organised by the LGBT+ community (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, +) and is open to everyone to participate regardless of sexual orientation, gender, age, ethnic background, religion or physical ability, and all events are open-entry. Principles of the Gay Games are: Participation, Inclusion and Personal Best. The event includes Sports, Arts & Culture, Festival Village and with Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Gay Games 11 Hong Kong 2022 will be a 9 days event, scheduled between 12-20th November 2022 with expected 15,000 participants and 40,000 spectators from over 60 countries. The event will include 36 sports including Dragon Boat Racing and Trail Running. This will be the largest international multi-sports event ever held in Hong Kong with an estimated economic impact up to HK$1 billion. Hosting the event in Hong Kong will also have a long term positive impact on the community in changing perceptions of the public to minorities in our society and will promote Hong Kong as Asia’s World City.
How to break through the first barrier of learning German as a Hongkonger? I would say the answer is understanding the German grammar. Now, help me create the very first German course designed solely for Hongkongers!
Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong is working with Aide et Action Hong Kong to build schools and community center facilities in Kandal Province in Cambodia (about 2 hours drive from Phnom Penh). Local construction workers will be hired to build schools, in order to provide local employment opportunities and create a win-win situation. We hope that the school design can be applied to other communities as well in the future and contribute in long run. Since the project is fully on a voluntary basis without any financial funding, we invite you to support us to take the first step. Your donation will be 100% used for the project and we will report the progress of the project to you regularly.
AFS Intercultural Exchanges is an international non-profit voluntary organization established in 1914. AFS Hong Kong Office was set up in 1982 as a charitable institution within the meaning of section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. Your support will enable us to provide more international exchange opportunities to underprivileged local students in Hong Kong and charge every participant the bare minimum.