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Eldage is an online platform developed with an initial aim to promote local tradition and culture (both tangible and intangible) and encourage inter-generational communication (especially between people from the pre-internet era and digital age) through discovering people with craftsmanship, curating their stories of handicrafts, and co-creating communites w
Leveraging YouTube and Facebook platforms, it provides consultancy services on marketing and promotion to NGOs, government departments and corporates, helping these organisations to reach the youth and engage them in youth-related activities.Seminars and workshops will be organised for stakeholders of education and social welfare sectors to enhance their kno
ASD Life and Career Planning Pilot Project provides a personalised life and career coaching course at a discounted price to autistic youth from low-income families. By adopting the principles of Guide Participation from Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) and Career Guidance as curriculum framework, this all-round course covers four major elements -
Big Silver Community is a two-year project which consists of two key components: a monthly publication (i.e. BIG MAG) and a series of community innovation activities (i.e. Big Silver Teams and Community Innovation Activities). The objective is to empower the elderly, build an age-friendly society and prevent social exclusion.
Walk in Hong Kong is the city’s leading cultural enterprise. Founded in 2013, it specializes in curating immersive experiences for tourism, commercial brand building, corporate social responsibility and educational initiatives. It also conducts heritage consultancy and advocacy. Walk in Hong Kong’s mission is to provide experiences that are fun,
Trial and Error Lab is a new form of vocational service launched by Breakthrough, which aims at young people who aspire to join the local cultural and creative industry. By means of a co-working space, training workshops and other creative programmes, we walk along young people (16-35 years old, particularly those who are less academically inclined