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  • “HK Students’ Visits to HK- PRD Industries” Programme


    “HK Students’ Visits to HK- PRD Industries” Programme was established in 2016 by the Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI). The programme aims to organise visits, exchanges and sharing for free participation by Hong Kong students in order to:

    - Provide Hong Kong students the opportunities to learn more about the latest development of Hong Kong industry in the Pearl River Delta region.

    - Enable Hong Kong students to visit modern factories with advanced equipment, facilities and management systems to help them understand innovation and technological development and gain knowledge beyond their curriculum.

    - Strengthen communications between students and industrialists as well as young entrepreneurs, and to encourage young people to consider the prospect of career development in industry and related sectors.

    The Programme is funded by donations from enterprises and individuals.

    Committee members:
    The Programme Committee members comprises FHKI leaderships and entrepreneurs.

    Activities (More Details):
    November 2016: Over 70 HK university students visit to EVA Precision Industrial Holdings Limited in Shenzhen and also had exchanges and sharing with young industrialists and startups.
    December 2016: During the PRD Annual Gala Dinner 2016, FHKI invited 80 VTC students to visit TK Mold Manufactory Factory in Shenzhen and also attend a seminar.
    June 2017

    Visited to Luk Ka Creativity Cultural Industrial Park and Gao Hua Optical Manufactory Factory in Shenzhen under the FHKI “HK Students’ Visit to HK-PRD Industries” Programme


    We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to enterprises and individuals for their generous donations to the Programme. (The sponsorship list is attached)



    With your support, more students can benefit from the Programme. Please complete the following donation form and together with the cheque return to FHKI.
     (Download the Sponsorship Form)

    Please make the cheque payable to "The Federation of Hong Kong Industries" and send to:
    Federation of Hong Kong Industries
    31 / F, Billion Plaza, 8 Cheung Yu Street,
    Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    Attention: Miss Becky Ho

    (HK Students' Visits to HK-PRD Industries' Programme)


    For enquiries, please contact:

    Ms. Yvonne Yue  Tel:(852) 2732 3102
    Ms. Becky Ho  Tel:(852) 2732 3108










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