In order to increase local young people’s understanding of the country’s traditional cultural industries and the digitalisation of traditional Chinese medicine, “The Wish Builder Programme – Chinese Medicine Mobile Game Design Course and Competition” sponsored by the Greater Bay Area Homeland Youth Community Foundation involved 40 students to study and produce Chinese medicine mobile games. They also joined a pitching competition to showcase their products on 1 November 2023.
The Dragon 100 2023 is coming soon. The programme recruits 100 young Chinese around the world every year to visit Hong Kong and at least one city in China. Delegates will learn about the past, present and future of China by attending forums, meeting government officials and corporations representatives, visiting historical sites and museums and so on. If you are ethnically Chinese aged 18-35 years old, who have demonstrated skills and academic / non-academic (such as arts, sports) prowess and a commitment to the community, please sign up and join us. For details and application, please visit the programme website.
Chinese culture has always understood the special connection between Nature and Humans. In a more contemporary context, this aligns closely to what we understand, and advocate, as sustainable development. What better way than, to celebrate China Week by focusing on this inextricable link between us and the environment? Since 2011, the Federation has organised China Week annually, with every year focusing on a different theme. The hope is that young people will see how their Chinese identity fits into a global context. And this year, from 1 to 7 August, we will look at sustainable development in China. The programme […]
Here in Hong Kong we are facing the fifth wave of pandemic. Apart from being physically healthy, it is also important to care for people around us. We urge that you should join the “Caring to Call – Calling to Care” Action. Your tasks are very simple: To show love and care to 10 people via your phone (phone calls/ messages/ images etc.); To assist people in need through different ways of support, including emotional support, medical inspection services, short-term accommodation, transfer and donation of goods, and employment support services; and To donate anti-pandemic supplies to families in need. Make […]
The Commissioning Ceremony of Dragon 100 – 2021 was held on 17 December 2021 (Friday) at The HKFYG Building. Professor Anthony Wu Ting-yuk, GBS, JP, National Standing Committee Member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and Professor Witman Hung, JP, Deputy to 13th National People Congress, PRC Principal Liaison Officer for Hong Kong, The Shenzhen Qianhai Authority attended as Guests of Honour. The theme of Dragon 100 this year is “Dragons@GBA – New Developments and Opportunities”. Dragon 100 is the annual signature event of The Dragon Foundation. This year, the programme was held in hybrid mode and young Chinese […]
The Dragon Foundation’s signature programme “Dragon 100” 2021 is to be held from 17-19 December 2021 (Friday to Sunday). The programme is now open for application. As in previous years, “Dragon 100” aims to motivate participants to learn about the issues of recent development in China and Chinese culture, exchange ideas and build network. This year, under the constraints brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, “Dragon 100” 2021 will be conducted in hybrid mode and overseas participants are invited to join us virtually. The theme for “Dragon 100” 2021 this year is “Dragons@GBA – New Developments and Opportunities”. The programme includes […]
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games has heated up! The Dragon Foundation supports the Games and introduces the Online Charity Run – where you can show your support to this major sports event and the athletes by running. The Online Charity Run’s application date will be extended to 30 September 2021. Click here for the details: https://dragonfoundation.net/龍傳基金《媽媽的神奇小子》線上慈善跑/ Click here to immediately apply: https://bit.ly/3jTnurl