CUHK Bridge to China Team 2021-22

The CUHK Bridge to China Team is a university volunteering team formed under this Centre with the support and guidance from Wu Zhi Qiao (Bridge to China) Charitable Foundation. Since 2009, the team has participated and organised numerous investigation trips on villages, bridge building projects and public health programmes with the help of CUHK students. Apart from the above, the team has participated in local construction projects to restore old villages and preserve local culture.

Recruitment of Core Members

The CUHK Bridge to China Team of this academic year is now recruiting core members. They are required to cooperate with the universities in the Mainland and of Hong Kong to understand and cater the needs of the villagers through coordinating projects for livelihood improvement. Details are as follows:


  1. Non-final-year students

  2. Able to communicate in basic Mandarin

  3. Term of service: 12 months (late-October 2021 to early-October 2022)

  4. Responsible and self-motivated

  5. Interested in understanding the challenges experienced by remote villages in the Mainland

  6. Students from all disciplines are welcomed

Recruitment Briefing Session

Date: 11 October 2021 (Monday)

Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm

Venue: Room 502, Wong Foo Yuan Building

Registration: Please click here


Date: 21 to 23 October 2021 (Thursday to Saturday)

Format: Group interview (Around 30 minutes per session)

Notification: Shortlisted interviewees will be informed on or before 19 October 2021 (Tuesday)


Please click here to complete the application (Deadline will be 17 October 2021 (Sunday) - 11:59 pm)

To allow students to have a deeper understanding of the services of the CUHK Bridge to China Team, a tour to Yim Tin Tsai Village has been organised, through which participants can practise village investigation skills. All CUHK students are welcomed to join it. Details are as follows:

Visit to Yim Tin Tsai Village

Date: 16 October 2021 (Saturday)

Time: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Meeting Point: Sai Kung Pier

Content: Village investigation, guided tour on history and culture, and Kaito

ferry experience, etc.

Application: Please click here



Miss Fung of I·CARE Centre for Whole-person Development

Tel: 3943 9860


Core members of the current CUHK Bridge to China Team