Events

December 2018 to December 2019

Dec
21
Exhibitions
The Mills is a newly opened centre dedicated to the history of textiles, one of old Hong Kong's most important industries. The old cotton-spinning factory has been transformed into a hipster hub that is definitely worth the trek to see. Free tours will be available three times weekly, starting next week.
Fri - Sat
The Mills

January 2019 to April 2019

Jan
25
Events
HKYAF is calling on young writers and speakers to join the #BeTheChange Project 3 and create a video, which will raise awareness of social issues that are impacting young people in Hong Kong.
Fri - Wed
YAF Studio

February 2019 to March 2019

Feb
11
Volunteering
Help spread the joy of reading, and support those in need. Join Books for Love@$10 and donate any unwanted books at the designated collection points. These books will be sold for HK$10 each from April 25-28 at ArtisTree in Taikoo Place.
Mon - Sun
ArtisTree
Feb
22
Film
Calling all aspiring filmmakers. AAYFF are taking submissions from all students across Asia who would like a chance for their talent to be recognised. Last year, a student from King George V School won the award for the best film in the 16 to 18 age category!
Fri - Sat

March 2019 to April 2019

Mar
18
Events
Interested in promoting children's rights in Hong Kong? Apply to become one of the 70 Child Councillors, who will be proposing and choosing motions, and interviewing legislative councillor and government officials.
Mon - Sun

March 2019

Mar
28
The International STEMathon 2019, sponsored by Sun Life Financial, offers students a chance to exchange ideas with their overseas peers and use their combined talents to provide viable solutions to real-life problems.
Thu 09:30 - Fri 17:00
Hong Kong Science Park
Mar
30
This programme provides students a great opportunity to interact with senior executives and understand the reality and prospects of working in the ICT industry.
Sat 09:00 - 14:00
Mar
31
Music/gigs
Hong Kong Performers Winds' upcoming concert, My Favourite Soundtracks 3, will feature music from recent blockbusters like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Coco, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Sun 15:00 - 18:00
TSUEN WAN TOWN HALL

April 2019

Apr
13
Events
For your chance to win fantastic prizes, show us your brilliant ideas for how innovation and technology can fill the gap in our society, and bring us closer together!
Sat
Apr
13
Volunteering
This programme offers students a chance to help the elderly understand digital products, so they can also enjoy the convenience that new technology brings.
Sat 09:30 - 13:30
Multiple venues
Apr
28
Sports
Mud Race 2019 is an mud-themed obstacle run brought to you by Young Post that will bring your students an out-of-the-classroom, “down to earth” experience - literally. Set them loose on a mud-caked adventure as single competitors, in a team, or, for maximum amusement, join them in the run.
Sun 08:30 - 18:00
Tai Tong Ecopark, Yuen Long

May 2019

May
11
Events
Combining discovery and learning, the Geocaching Competition is a treasury hunt that will allow students to use GPS technology in an entertaining and adventurous way, and enhance their problem solving skills whilst enriching their knowledge of the ICT industry.
Sat 08:30 - 11:30
Function Room 1-3, 3/F, L3, Core E, Cyberport
May
11
Events
Winners of the HKT "Bridging the Gap with Innovation and Technology" Essay Competition, and WTISD-HK 2019 - Geocaching Competition will be announced, and winners presented with their prizes.
Sat 12:00 - 13:00
Function Room 1-3, 3/F, L3, Core E, Cyberport
May
19
Events
Registration is now open for the returning District Race. Navigate the city with the District app, and complete various challenges to collect points.
Sun
Central Harbourfront