We have launched our first very own CIBS radio programme – “Festivals of Hong Kong’s Ethnic Minorities” ! Ethnic minorities make up about 8% of Hong Kong’s population, but how much do we really know them?This programme serve as an introduction to the different festivals that Hong Kong’s ethnic minorities may celebrate (eg. Dating Festival, Read more about RTHK CIBS Programme: Festivals of Hong Kong’s Ethnic Minorities[…]
ICE was fortunate to work with Shatin Methodist College for implementing Learning across Curriculum (LaC) and Reading across Curriculum (RaC) by running a project for all S.5 students on Sustainable Development Goals and TED style presentation delivery. Students learned storytelling and advanced presentation skills, while researching sustainable development. They had the opportunity to meet young changemakers Read more about Empowering Students to Become Changemakers: Shatin Methodist College[…]
The recent earthquake that affected big parts of Turkey and Syria was not simply a terrible natural disaster, but also has complex social and political implications. ICE is extremely grateful to have had the chance to organise an online session to learn more about the situation, thanks to our Turkish guest hosts Betül and Yunus. Read more about Dialogue: Is it Just an Earthquake? […]
Thank you teachers for nominating your students to our SDG Youth Programme in April 2022. With all your nominations, we had 38 students from 11 different secondary schools joining us with great feedback! These schools include Heep Yunn School, Ying Wa Girls’ School, Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School, Holy Trinity College, etc. Initiated by Read more about SDG Summer Youth Programme! 暑期聯合國領袖訓練體驗計劃 […]
Our teacher from Indonesia will teach you how to make Indonesian chili sauce with dried shrimp paste and make them into a chili sauce that is suitable for any food.
Our guests will introduce the landmarks and characteristics of all the Myanmar states from the perspective of Burmese in Hong Kong, while also sharing their experiences and personal stories in Myanmar in the last 2 years.
On 12 and 13 June, ICE had the honour of being a partner and co-organiser of a conference on social innovation and volunteerism (#INFOCUS) at the United Nations of Geneva. It was a unique experience to enter the “Palais des Nations” (or “Palace of Nations”) every morning – a building from the 1930s for the Read more about Back from a conference on social innovation and volunteerism – United Nations of Geneva[…]