Beauty Workshop

Beauty Workshop

A beauty workshop was offered by Employees Retraining Board (ERB) and covered an overview of the industry, skin analysis, cleansing, facial massages and other makeup techniques. During the course, workers also introduced LINK Centre’s employment support services and ERB’s courses. To know more about ERB: http://www.erb.org/home/erb/en/

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Inclusion Activity- Polyu Campus Run

Inclusion Activity- Polyu Campus Run

LINK Centre cooperated with the Polytechnic University (PolyU) to organize a PolyU campus run for our youths! Activities included adventurous games, treasure hunt and map reading. PolyU students also shared their university experiences, and university information with our youths. We all had an enjoyable day!

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Chinese Cultural Activity

Chinese Cultural Activity

Youths from LINK Centre visited Wong Tai Sin Temple to learn its history and features. They were very interested in the fortune-telling sticks and found master to explain the details of the sticks. It encouraged youths to know more about Chinese culture, and hence increase their sense of belonging to the city.

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LINK School Program

LINK School Program

LINK school program was carried out with the collaboration of “YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College”. Under “LINK Centre School Program”, we provide a wide range of tailor-made trainings for the needs from the growing importance on all-round development of youths, such as self-confidence, endurance and teamwork synergy. Each training will be customized and designed…

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Employment Workshop-How to run a cafe?

Employment Workshop-How to run a cafe?

In a Saturday afternoon, our youths visited Cozy Cafe to explore the story behind. The staff from Cozy Cafe shared their experiences of “how to set up a cafe” including both happiness and challenges. Youths may broaden their future career planning through the workshop!

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Pakistani Ambassador Training

Pakistani Ambassador Training

Our Pakistani youths went to Stanley to visit the Stanley Mosque (the fourth mosque built in Hong Kong and it is located at the Stanley Prison), and Hong Kong Correctional Services Museum. As an ambassador, they also approached and communicate with tourists to introduce Hong Kong!

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