Full STEAM Ahead for Engineering Team
“As a university teacher of engineering, I think one of our missions is to promote the use of technologies and also inspire more students to study these subjects,” Dr. Wilton Fok said.
Revitalising Hong Kong’s Abandoned Villages – Mui Tsz Lam & Kop Tong
There are more than 600 recognised villages scattered around Hong Kong that have been in existence since at least 1898. Most are inhabited, rural communities with a mix of old and new buildings and are a living link to the history and cultural heritage of the past.
Dental AI to Engage the Community
The Covid-related restrictions have highlighted the problems faced by many in the community when it comes to receiving medical treatment in Hong Kong. In particular, many poorer, older citizens fail to get regular dental check-ups as they are unable to see a dentist.
Solving the ‘Goldilocks’ Problem of Swallowing Disorders
“There was not a comprehensive guideline available before to teach people how to do this, but we knew there was a need,” Dr. Karen Chan Man-Kei, Director of the Swallowing Research Laboratory, Faculty of Education, HKU said.
HKU Hatchery to Supply Quality Oysters to Farmers
We will bring growers here for knowledge exchange and expect them to go back and set up their own hatchery at an industry level.
Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative publishes guidebook to share practical experience; recruits more affiliated schools to develop a mindfulness school culture
The Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative (JC PandA), organised by the Faculty of Social Sciences of The University of Hong Kong and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, has published a guidebook entitled “Mindfulness Culture in Schools” to share the practical experience and research findings gained over the project’s first three years.
Jockey Club Collaborative Project for Inclusive Employment - Inclusive Career Platform
In collaboration with the four key NGO partners – CareER, Heep Hong Society, SAHK and St. James’ Settlement, and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. Jockey Club Collaborative Project for Inclusive Employment adopts a stakeholder-based and collaborative approach to attaining inclusive employment.
Jockey Club End-of-Life Community Care Project Effectively Supports Patients with Terminal Illness during the Pandemic
JCECC has yielded higher positive impact during this critical moment of Hong Kong, and we hope that end-of-life care services could be regularised in the future to address community needs.