The Secretary for Education, Mr Kevin Yeung visited Tuen Mun District, where he called on education and youth facilities and met with local District Council members to gauge their views on education matters.
Mr Yeung visited the Jockey Club Kin Sang S.P.O.T. of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups to learn more about Neighbourhood First, which is a youth-led project to care for the local community, and chatted with its young volunteers. Established in 1992, the youth centre mainly serves young people aged from 6 to 35 and aims to equip them and broaden their horizons for all-round development by strengthening classroom learning, extending educational opportunities and promoting social exposure and development.
Mr Yeung said that Hong Kong needs a diverse talent pool and that the Government will continue to work together with education and social service organisations to provide young people with a variety of participation and education opportunities, so that they can develop their potential to the fullest and contribute to the community.