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2020-21 社會服務計劃分享會 Sharing Sessions of Social Service Projects Scheme 2020-21

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日期:2021 年 4 月 9 日

時間:下午 3 時至 4 時

講者:陳文軒先生* ──「勵 · 緬」及「Craving Good 好 · 物」共同創辦人及董事





形式:Zoom 會議(連結將以電郵發送予成功報名者)



陳文軒先生視緬甸為第二故鄉,多年來致力協助當地人民脫貧。他先後在港成立慈善機構「 · 」,以及網上社會企業「Craving Good 好 · 」。前者支援緬甸兒童的教育需要;後者透過售賣當地低收入家庭的手工製品,為他們締造就業機會、改善生活。

「『童』樂同行 ── 認識兒童服務」分享會


日期:2021 年 1 月 29 日(星期五)

時間:下午 3 時至 4 時 30 分

形式:Zoom 會議(連結將以電郵發送予成功報名者)

講者:馬麗莊教授 ── 香港中文大學社會工作學系教授

   周寶頤女士 ── 智樂兒童遊樂協會服務總監(遊戲及遊戲工作)




期:2020 年 10 月 30 日(星期五)

間:晚上 7 時至 8 時 30 分

式:Zoom 會議(會議連結將以電郵發送予成功報名者)






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Sharing Session on “Empowering Vulnerable Communities through Social Innovation”

Date: 9 April 2021 (Friday)

Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Speaker: Mr. Tony Chan* - Co-founder and Director of LxM and Craving Good


(1) Experience of implementing educational services in Myanmar

(2) Involvement in setting up social enterprises

(3) Ways to sustain overseas services in times of epidemic

Format: Zoom Meeting (the link will be sent to successful applicants via email)

Language: Cantonese

* Speaker’s Biography:

Mr. Tony Chan sees Myanmar as his second home. He has been helping the Burmese get rid of poverty by establishing LxM, a charitable organisation based in Hong Kong, and Craving Good, an online social enterprise. The former addresses the educational needs of children in Myanmar; whereas the latter creates job opportunities for the low-income groups by selling their handmade products, hence improving their living conditions.

Sharing Session on “A Journey to Joy - Understanding Children Services”

In face of the epidemic outbreak, children have always been confined to their home and attended most of their classes online. What kind of services can be rendered to satisfy the needs of children under this circumstance? Two speakers, who are experienced in children services, have therefore been invited by the I·CARE Social Service Projects Scheme of this Centre to give an overview on the characteristics and needs of different children groups and to shed light on the key elements of designing services for children. Participants of this sharing session would also learn how to meet children’s developmental needs through playwork as well as the experience of implementing social services in times of epidemic.

Date: 29 January 2021 (Friday)

Time: 3:00 - 4:30 pm

Format: Zoom Meeting (the link will be sent to successful applicants via email)

Speaker: Prof. Ma Lai-chong, Joyce - Professor, Department of Social Work of The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ms. Chau Po-yi, Aby - Service Director (Play and Playwork), Playright Children’s Play Association

Language: Cantonese


Sharing Session on “From Giving to Gaining - A Reflection on Overseas Service Learning”

Many students may have hesitations when participating in overseas service trips: Can a week-long trip solve social issues in the local community? What is the correct attitude in communicating with the locals? To address these concerns, the I·CARE Social Service Projects Scheme of this Centre is going to hold a Sharing Session on “From Giving to Gaining - A Reflection on Overseas Service Learning”, with three student volunteer teams (which were funded by this scheme to carry out service learning projects in the Mainland, Cambodia and Nepal respectively) revealed their bittersweet experiences. Led by the veteran provider of overseas voluntary service, the teams will also discuss with participants on the meaning of overseas service and how to orientate the service trips amid the pandemic.

Date: 30 October 2020 (Friday)

Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm

Format: Zoom Meeting (meeting link will be sent to successful applicants)

Guest Facilitator: Dr. Hung Kei Ching, Kevin (Assistant Professor in Accident and

Emergency Medicine Academic Unit of The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Language: Cantonese



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

Tel: 3943 9860 Email:


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