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SHKP Reading Club promotes STEM reading fun on campus

The Read & Share programme of the SHKP Reading Club under Sun Hung Kai Properties supports teachers with its wide range of school-based reading promotion initiatives including celebrity talks, creative workshops and fieldtrips. In addition to the new online reading platform – Read For More, Read & Share also provides mobile bookshelves and award schemes in order to render support to schools in a holistic manner. Since the start of this academic year, Reading Club has organised 80 activities. Combining STEM with daily life experiences, the school programme this year features a series of celebrity sharing sessions which have proved highly popular with both primary and secondary students. Renowned guest speakers have included Dr Dominic Tong, Tang Man-hon (STEM Sir), Dr Jason Chan, founder of the Weather Underground of Hong Kong Clarence Fong, as well as science fiction author Albert Tam.

SHKP's ninth annual Poon Choi Lunches to Celebrate the Year of the Pig with Seniors

Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) has hosted Poon Choi lunches and sent best wishes to elderly participants for nine straight years. The Poon Choi lunches were held earlier at Noah's Ark Hong Kong for about 1,700 seniors from Sai Kung, Wong Tai Sin and Yuen Long with support and hospitality provided by more than 100 SHKP volunteers as well as The Ark's Little Doctors. Lucky gift bags were distributed to all seniors attended while red packets were also presented to the eldest participants. Some of the participants put on incredible performances at the talent show, including djembe drumming, softball dance, wushu and K-Pop dance.

SHKP-Kwoks' Foundation

Set up by the SHKP-Kwoks' Foundation, the undergraduate scholarship scheme at Guizhou University entered its third phase in 2018. To take the collaboration to the next level, Deputy Secretary of the Guizhou University Party Committee Linghu Caitao previously led a delegation to visit SHKP's headquarters, elaborating the further studies and career prospects of graduates as well as sharing how beneficiary families now lead a better life. SHKP-Kwoks' Foundation Executive Director Amy Kwok was pleased with the results and revealed that the Foundation is currently preparing a cross-campus exchange platform for scholarship graduates to share their career achievements and stories in a bid to encourage other SHKP-Kwoks' Foundation scholarship students to study hard and make positive contributions to the society in the future.

STEM Sir Tang Man-hon (centre right) believes once the resonance point of students is found, they can be motivated to self-learning and reading
SHKP Executive Director Adam Kwok (back row, left) and Secretary for Labour and Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong (back row, right) sent their best wishes to the eldest participants
SHKP-Kwoks' Foundation Executive Director Amy Kwok (third left) with Deputy Secretary of the Guizhou University Party Committee Linghu Caitao (third right) and the delegation