1. China Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition Award Ceremony – 7 September 2019

Congratulations to the STEM teams of HKUGA College, with members Harris Lau (S6CY), Anson Yee (S6CY), Keith Chiu (S6CW) and Perry Wong (S5LN) being awarded for their outstanding achievements in the China Youth Science and Technology Innovation competition, the largest secondary school STEM competition in China.

Harris’s project, the “Al-arm Band” was awarded 2nd place in the Youth Innovation competition as well as 3rd place for the DF Robotics special award.

The project from Anson, Keith and Perry, the “Fresh Maintenance Safe” also placed 3rd.

Left: Perry Wong, Anson Yee, Mr. Laurence Cheuk, Harris Lau, Keith Chiu, Mr. Gary Lam Group photo of awardees
Group photo of awardees
2. STEM Trip 2019 – 1-5 July 2019

18 S5 students travelled to Japan from 1st to 5th July. The 5-day-trip enabled them to appreciate cutting-edge technology by visiting major technology development centres – the Panasonic Centre, the Nissan Car Factory, the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation and the Mitsubishi Minatomirai Museum. They also had the opportunity to enrich themselves by learning science knowledge outside school curriculum coverage through visits to museums.

3. Insightful sharing by Professor Ian Holliday – 8 May 2019

On 8th May 2019, Professor Ian Holliday, the Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong, gave a speech about his book, Liberalism and Democracy in Myanmar in HKUGA College. Prof. Holliday’s speech helped our students better understand the prospects of liberal democracy in Myanmar through a concise introduction to Myanmar's history and first-hand data. As a learned scholar in politics and sociology, his tips have given students insights into the methodology of conducting research.

Professor Ian Holliday gave a speech at the HKUGA College Left: Ms. Cynthia Lee (Vice Principal of HKUGA College) Right: Professor Ian Holliday (the Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong)
Group photo of Professor Ian Holliday with HKUGAC students