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The Technology Talent Admission Scheme (TechTAS) provides a fast-track arrangement for eligible companies to admit overseas and Mainland technology talent to undertake research and development (R&D) work in Hong Kong. Starting from late January, the scheme would be extended to cover all companies conducting R&D activities in any of the following 13 technology areas – artificial intelligence, biotechnology, cybersecurity, data analytics, financial technologies, material science, robotics, 5G communications, digital entertainment, green technology, integrated circuit design, Internet-of-Things or microelectronics. Such enhancements will allow more companies to benefit from the certainty and streamlined procedures offered by the scheme, thus expediting the admission of technology talent from different parts of the world, which is crucial to Hong Kong’s technology development. ProgrammeOn 13 Feb, speakers from Innovation and Technology Commission and Immigration Department will share details of TechTAS: Speaker of Innovation and Technology Commission: Miss Winnie AU, Senior Manager (TechTAS) Speakers of Immigration Department: Miss Amy CHAU, Senior Immigration Officer Miss Joyce LAU, Immigration Officer Language: Cantonese (with English presentation materials)
The aim of this award is to recognize the abilities and achievements of members of the youth in Visual Arts so as to build a platform for the presentation and exchange of ideas. Through this initiative, we can spread awareness among the general public regarding the positive impacts Visual Arts have in schools. * There are 20 quotas for the award every year. Every awarded student will be given a scholarship fund of HKD $8,000 and a trophy. Eligibility1. Students studying in secondary schools in Hong Kong are eligible to apply;2.The application will be divided into 2 groups: The Junior Group (Form 1 to Form 3 students) and the Senior Group (Form 4 to Form 6 students); Judgment Procedures and Assessment Criteria*This award not only recognizes students’ abilities and achievements in art but also encourages them to serve the community through art activities. The assessment criteria is shown below:*Ability in art expression (e.g. content, form of expression, technique, choice of medium and use of material) 60%*Creativity 30%*Personal view to Art or creation and Experience in art-related services (Utilize the experience in the area of Visual Arts, share the knowledge of art or serve the community, e.g. docent, exhibition assistants, workshop assistants, etc.) 10%
Global I&T Talent Quest With 13,000+ talents, of which 8,000 are R&D practitioners, and home to 800 companies coming from 23 economies across Asia, America and Europe, Science Park is certainly the most exciting community in the city to nurture talents who have the heart and passion in joining the I&T force. With the theme “Global Innovation and Technology Talent Quest”, the Expo will feature 170 park companies, as well as side activities to enhance job seekers’ competencies and capabilities. Stay tuned for more information! Why YOU should join: *Be a part of the LARGEST I&T Ecosystem*Your golden opportunity to grow your network and build relationships with companies in a relaxed setting*The largest Innovation & Technology (I&T) recruitment platform offering 1,600+ job opportunities from 160+ companies*Face-to-face career consultation with enthusiastic I&T recruiters*Opportunities to find jobs that match your skills*Free career consultation on writing a CV, salary trends, building a career path, interview tips and how to look smart*Free shuttle bus, entertainment, free-flow of drinks and snacks all day
Major Exhibit Categories: Education*Colleges & Polytechnics*Universities*School for Continue Education*Vocational Training*Language Schools*Outside Hong Kong Educational Institutions Creative Education Careers*Private Enterprises*Government Departments*Semi-government Organisations Professional Associations and Bodies Books and Education Supplies*Book Publishers / Book Stores*Learning Aids*Educational Equipment
Tung Chung North Park (New Territories West Lunar New Year Lantern Carnival) *Youth Night*Carnival Night*Lantern Display Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza (Urban Lunar New Year Lantern Carnival) *Youth Night*Carnival Night*Lunar New Year Thematic Lantern Display –Flying High with the Golden Dragon*Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage –Exhibition on Traditional Paper Crafting Wai Man Road Playground and Sai Kung Waterfront Park (New Territories East Lunar New Year Lantern Carnival) *Youth Night*Carnival Night*Lantern Display Programmes conducted in Cantonese.
The 2020 Lunar New Year Fairs will be held for seven days from 19 January 2020 to the early morning of the 2020 Lunar New Year Day (i.e. 25 January 2020) at the following locations - *Victoria Park, Causeway Bay*Tat Tung Road Garden, Tung Chung*Fa Hui Park, Sham Shui Po*Cheung Sha Wan Playground, Sham Shui Po*Morse Park, Wong Tai Sin*Kwun Tong Recreation Ground, Kwun Tong*Kwai Chung Sports Ground, Kwai Tsing*Sha Tsui Road Playground, Tsuen Wan*Tin Hau Temple Plaza, Tuen Mun*Tung Tau Industrial Area Playground, Yuen Long*Shek Wu Hui Playground, North District*Tin Hau Temple Fung Shui Square, Tai Po*Yuen Wo Playground, Sha Tin*Man Yee Playground, Sai Kung*Po Hong Park, Tseung Kwan O
Terms & Conditions of Online Enrolment:Tickets are in limited availability, while stock lasts.Priority will be given to youth aged between 15 and 29.Successful applicants will each be allocated one e-ticket. (One registered name is valid for registration of one e-ticket only).To avoid disturbing the event, children under six are not recommended to enter the theatre.Ticket Distribution:18 & 19. 1. 2020 │12:00-16:00 │ Y Platform (Zone C), 1/F, Youth SquareLimited quantity. Available while stocks Movie 1: Dad's Lunch BoxDate: 3 February 2020 (Monday)Time: 19:30 Length: 76minsVenue: Y Theatre, LG1/F, Youth SquareLanguage: JapaneseSubtitle: ChineseClass: IMovie 2: Still HumanDate: 4 February 2020 (Tuesday)Time: 19:30 Length: 112 minsVenue: Y Theatre, LG1/F, Youth SquareLanguage: Cantonese, EnglishSubtitle: ChineseClass: IIB
A series of EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) tests must be conducted for IoT devices before export to overseas markets. What the emissions and immunity tests are required to comply with relevant standards? Do you know what types of documents should be prepared for the tests? What are the EMC requirements in Europe, US and Asia markets? Programme: On 18 February, guest experts are invited to share with you the requirements of EMC testing in overseas markets and preparation works for EMC testing and certification of IoT products. The sharing covers: *Introduction of EM radiation in the world of IoT: Safety, Health & Product requirements*Europe and US EMC Testing & Certification requirements*Asia and Russia EMC Testing & Certification requirements*EMC Testing Services in Hong Kong Language:Cantonese (with English presentation materials)
Mahjong is a common tabletop game that was ubiquitous in Hong Kong during the olden days. Have you ever curious about the art history behind this traditional game? Leading by a little sparrow, the exhibition will bring visitors travel through times and spaces. By bringing visitors back to 1963, a little sparrow will help explore how this traditional art started from a hand-carving mahjong workshop in Kowloon City to a mahjong factory in Kowloon Bay. Visitors will not only understand how this traditional game links to the transformation of art and technology throughout different time periods, but also know how mahjong tiles evolved from hand-carvings to machine-assisted production. Entering 2020, Chai Wan's Youth Square will be the station to exhibit this traditional hand-carving art, demonstrating how to produce the timeless cultural artwork via a combination of modern illustration and traditional art by using a cutting-edge printing technology. We hope more youths recognise this traditional art after visiting this exhibition in order to help passing on.
JUMPSTARTER is a not-for-profit initiative curated by Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund that provides a platform for all entrepreneurs and young people to jump start their dreams in Hong Kong. It is also a first-of-its-kind startup event focused exclusively on showcasing quality startups and providing high-impact networking opportunities. Our goal is to build, empower and boost Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem and entrepreneurship by bringing entrepreneurs, corporates, investors and the public together, helping to transform Hong Kong into a leading hub for global innovation and technology.
The ecosystem summit event will kick off with a keynote about building HK’s innovation ecosystem, followed by 3 panels exploring different topics (outlined below). After each panel, the audience will break off into small groups for roundtable discussions on the corresponding topic. Discussions will be conducted in groups of approx.10-15 and led by a facilitator/moderator per group. 1 Developing entrepreneurship talent through education and incubation. Entrepreneurial talent is a key gap in HK; how can ecosystem builders help nurture more talent and support entrepreneurship education? 2 Growing corporate innovation: corporates are essential to any startup ecosystem; how can corporates best innovate and transform their businesses? 3 Taking HK startups global and promoting HK as a global innovation hub: how can we help HK startups scale globally and also promote HK’s status as a hub? How can we attract the best globally to Hong Kong?
Not your typical Startup Conference! Bringing together the local and the international tech community to showcase and create impact. 365 days of Startup Life condensed into one day, with multiple tracks, stages, workshops and resources to scale your business to the next level. If you think SIS is just another Tech Conference, think again!
Hosted by Jumpstart Media, the Lifestyle Tech Conference will bring new meaning to everyday life, providing key insights into the way we live. Our conference will bring you insights, trends, and experiences from the most promising startups, investors, corporates and change-makers disrupting our bodies, our purchases, our downtime, our technologies & aspirations, and our necessities. Check out the latest and greatest startups in our startup zone, test your gaming skills in our e-sports corner, and learn from the organizations and visionaries forging new paths in struggling sectors.
Connected Retail Experiences is a new conference led event which encompasses the technology and innovation that goes into creating seamless branded retail experiences across all channels. The event will focus on the future of retailing and how retailers are able to harness the power of data lakes of information that they hold about their customers’ purchasing habits. Understanding the potential of artificial intelligence, Connected Retail Experiences will address how consumers are able to find the products they need, without losing the pleasure which comes from the act of browsing, comparing and purchasing.
To enhance applicant's understanding of the restaurant licensing procedures. Speakers:Staff of Food and Environmental Hygiene Department, Buildings Department, Fire Services Department, Environmental Protection Department and Electrical and Mechanical Services Department Language: Cantonese only
Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) will organise Hiking and Planting Day in collaboration with Friends of the Country Parks on the following Sundays in March and April, public are welcome to join the activities. Participants are required to arrive at the registration point between 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on the activity day for registration. Walk-in enrolment is on a first-come-first-served basis due to site constraints. The activity is free of charge. AFCD will provide seedlings and planting tools for participants.
The “Year of the Rat” stamp issue this time brings a wide range of philatelic products, including a silk stamp sheetlet, a prestige first day cover, a presentation pack and red packets that highlight the festivity of the new year. As the ninth issue of the fourth Lunar New Year special stamp series, the “Year of the Rat” continues to feature different art forms, showcasing clay, embroidery, ceramic and glass crafts of rats in a set of four stamps and a stamp sheetlet. On the same day, the “Gold and Silver Stamp Sheetlet on Lunar New Year Animals - Pig/Rat” will also be launched as the eighth issue of the second series. The pig stamp is hot-foiled with silver while the rat stamp is affixed with 22K gold-plated lace metal against the reddish-orange background with lively and joyous pattern of prestigious peonies. “24 Solar Terms - Spring” is the first special stamp issue themed on the 24 solar terms that Hongkong Post launches. A set of six stamps is presented in brilliant colours to depict the six solar terms of spring. With the stamp sheet arranged in tête - bêche pairs, it is the first time for Hongkong Post to have semicircular stamps.
The Connected Cities Conference will be showcasing innovations for the next generation of city living. We will be featuring global and regional speakers from academia, business and leading entrepreneurs to showcase examples of a number of smart / connected cities and technologies from around the world including IoT, AI and Data Analytics to enhance a city’s liveability, workability and sustainability.
*Health Talks *Stage Activities *Booth Games *Exhibition & Quiz Free gifts to participants. Come and join us!
SMARTBiz Tech Day is a half day event being hosted by Hong Kong Productivity Council. It aims to enhance the competitiveness of SMEs and enterprises by giving them inspiration about how technology and new business model can transform their businesses. Join us on Feb 26, 2020 to discover the latest solutions, creative ideas, and cutting edge technologies.
We earnestly invite you to support the Flag Day by recruiting flag-selling volunteers, ordering gold flag and/or making donations! Register as Individual Volunteer: https://bit.ly/2LZuLEg Register as Organization/Team: https://bit.ly/36IiBaB Make Donations: https://bit.ly/2M2xkW9 Order Gold Flag: https://bit.ly/2S9SyoX
Stalls providing arts and crafts items, painting, photography and portrait sketch services are set up at the outdoor area next to the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware inside the park every Saturday, Sunday and on Public Holidays from 12:00nn to 6:00pm. Types of Stalls:1) Handicrafts stalls: for selling handicrafts and artworks such as pottery, straw-weaving works, dough models, paper craftworks, carving works, accessories, floral artworks, sand paintings, cloth artworks and clay works. 2) Arts service stalls: for providing services of photography, painting, calligraphy, silhouette cutting, sketching/caricature, etc. No. of Stalls: 10