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Poster Leaflet Digest HKFP 2015

 

2 May 2016
Application for HKFP 2016 has already started! Apply now and seize the chance to make your summer a meaningful one!

28 November 2015
Theme of the Year has been set as ‘Social Palette – Diversity in Society’.
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Eligibility
  • Local university undergraduate students or past participants of HKFP
  • Be proficient in both Cantonese and English

Criteria of Student Selection

  • Be open-minded, willing to learn, try and share
  • Be creative, an enthusiast about cultures and future of Hong Kong with positive attitude
  • Be proactive, a team player and leader with good presentation and communication skill

Application Deadline
21st May 2016 (Sat)

Application Fee
$650 HKD (Including programme T-shirts and materials, fee of all workshops and camp, insurance etc.)

Proposed Events

25th June 2016 (Sat) Opening Ceremony and Workshop 1
26th June 2016 (Sun) Workshop 2
2nd – 3rd July 2016 (Sat – Sun) Exposure Camp
9th July 2016 (Sat) Workshop 3 – Field Visit
16th July 2016 (Sat) Workshop 4
18th – 29th July 2016 (Mon – Fri) CAMPAIGNs
31th July 2016 (Sat) Prize Giving Ceremony and Closing Ceremony
The above schedule is subject to change without prior notice and should not be construed as a commitment by the Organising Committee of HKFP 2016 nor by HKSAROSU.

Enquiries
Mr Henry WONG
Contact: +852 9429 6660
Co-chairperson, HKFP 2016 Organising Committee

Ms Edelweiss KWOK
Contact: +852 6350 2495
Co-chairperson, HKFP 2016 Organising Committee

Email: hkfp@osu.org.hk
Web Page: http://osu.org.hk/hkfp2016/

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Eligibility
  • Students currently enrolling in F.4 to F.6 (Grade 10 to Grade 13) in Hong Kong
  • Be proficient in both Cantonese and English

Criteria of Student Selection

  • Be open-minded, willing to learn, try and share
  • Be creative, an enthusiast about cultures and future of Hong Kong with positive attitude
  • Be proactive, a team player and leader with good presentation and communication skill

Application Deadline
21st May 2016 (Sat)

Application Fee
$650 HKD (Including programme T-shirts and materials, fee of all workshops and camp, insurance etc.)

Proposed Events

25th June 2016 (Sat) Opening Ceremony and Workshop 1
26th June 2016 (Sun) Workshop 2
2nd – 3rd July 2016 (Sat – Sun) Exposure Camp
9th July 2016 (Sat) Workshop 3 – Field Visit
16th July 2016 (Sat) Workshop 4
18th – 29th July 2016 (Mon – Fri) CAMPAIGNs
31th July 2016 (Sat) Prize Giving Ceremony and Closing Ceremony
The above schedule is subject to change without prior notice and should not be construed as a commitment by the Organising Committee of HKFP 2016 nor by HKSAROSU.

Enquiries
Mr Henry WONG
Contact: +852 9429 6660
Co-chairperson, HKFP 2016 Organising Committee

Ms Edelweiss KWOK
Contact: +852 6350 2495
Co-chairperson, HKFP 2016 Organising Committee

Email: hkfp@osu.org.hk
Web Page: http://osu.org.hk/hkfp2016/

“LIKE” us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OSU.HKFP/

Hong Kong Future Pioneers (HKFP), formerly named Hong Kong Young Leaders’ Congress (HKYLC), has been organised since 2003 by Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Outstanding Students’ Union (HKSAROSU), as our flagship event.

With the programme theme “How to Shape Our Future Hong Kong?”, HKFP allows participants to express and share their distinctive viewpoints with other students in certain areas of the fundamental elements comprising our future Hong Kong. With the main concept of “Learn from Professionals. Work with Community.”, we aim to broaden our participants’ horizons, sharpen their leadership qualities, and help them appreciate the differences among a community through a series of interactive workshops, lectures, visits, field trips and conferences by related professionals and experts. We would publicise our programme through social platforms on the Internet and media so as to gain public’s attention on our discussion topic. It had gained tremendous support and positive response from different sectors.

Theme of 2016
“Social Palette – Diversity in Society”

Often considered one of the most developed cities in the world, Hong Kong nurtures some of the most successful entrepreneurs and businessmen in the world. While skyscrapers pierce into the sky and symbolize the prosperity of our society, only those in certain sectors can enter this prestigious club filled with triumphs. What we don’t see is that those who opted not to go with the flow but to trail an unbeaten path need to work with sweat, tears, and toils every day just to earn a modest livelihood.

HKFP 2016 aims to bring inspirations to the public and the participants about the importance and benefits of having diversely blossoming industries in our society, including the cultural sectors or so-called “sunset industries”. We wish to address the importance of mix of various industries, as a palette born for mixing colours. Only with such diversity can the full potential of our city and her citizens be unleashed.

Theme of 2015
“Social Epiphany, Exploring Our Community”

Theme of 2014
“Social Justice, Stand Up for Hong Kong”

Theme of 2013
“Cultural Conservation in Hong Kong”

Theme of 2012
“Heritage Conservation and Developments in Hong Kong”

Theme of 2011
“Racial Minority in Hong Kong”

Theme of 2010
“Social Justice in Hong Kong”

Theme of 2009
“Social Service”

Theme of 2008
“Harmonious Society”

Theme of 2007
“Legal Right”

Theme of 2006
“Criticism and Creativity”

Theme of 2005
“World Exploration”

Theme of 2004
“Legislative Council”

Theme of 2003
“Passion and Action”

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