Winners of SIGC Summer Internship Photo Competition
A photo taken on the second day of summer camp! A recovered kid reunion to my group after one-day sick leave. His name is called Samuel too (but different from mine!). I wore a suit as a role-play of Loid Forger, who is a secret national spy in SPY x FAMILY, in understanding pinecones and seeds as secret missions!
Photo submitted by: CHU Sing Yiu Samyuel
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden
“Inspiring Dialogue”. This poignant picture captures a significant moment during our internship as we engage in a thought-provoking interview with the founder of a remarkable social enterprise. Seated across from each other, me and my colleagues listen attentively, captivated by the founder’s words and the passion that emanates from their every gesture.
Photo submitted by: WONG Wan Yi
Future ‘Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future.’This group of refugee/ asylum seeker kids are taught to live with hope, even though their status and identity made their life much harder than other ordinary kids, they face their life with big smiles.
Photo submitted by: WONG Yuen Ni
Towards the end of the internship, I designed a board game about financial knowledge with two student interns from other universities. Based on the setting of snakes and ladders, it simulates the life encounters and personal finance of childhood and adulthood with financial transactions and unpredictable events. Experiential and game-based learning were involved, enriching my teaching experience as an Education student. Most importantly, children could learn in a fun way.
Photo submitted by: CHEUNG Min Hong
Principal Chan Free Tutorial World
Education is never a one-way delivery, instead, it requires interactions between students and teachers.
Photo submitted by: WONG Yuen Ni
Race for Education Accessibilities for Every Child
We seldom pay attention to the buildings and facilities in our own communities, but in fact most of them are unique and extraordinary. It’s important to be curious, to explore and discover the story in your neighborhood in order to really connect with it.
Photo submitted by: LO Wai Yan
Have you ever tied an apron for your parents? When is your last intimate moment with your parents? As they get older, what they really need is not money and gift, it is our care. Therefore, spend more time with your parents and let them enjoy the rest of their lives.
Photo submitted by: WONG Kai Kong
Social Enterprise Business Centre under the Hong Kong Council of Social Service
During the internship, I have participated in a drama resonance event that targets sexual violence on public transport. Participants were invited to intervene as the victim and third party in response to indecent assault and upskirting on MTR.
Photo submitted by: YUEN Ka Lam
Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women
Just like how we grow our plants, adding water and fertilizers to keep them healthy as well as how community members put effort into the community leading to a better community to live, work and stay.
Photo submitted by: NG Ka Yin
Hong Kong Arts Centre
Together we made more than 200 binoculars for the virtue programme at JEMS which enabled the children to discover what it means to be a person of character and contribute to society. More importantly, the three of us have acquired our own binoculars in observing character education and perceiving our personal growth from different perspectives. From this photo, we would like to emphasize that “Education is not just about knowing but perceiving.”
Photo submitted by: QIAN Chenyi
JEMS Character Academy
Joy of harvest under COVID-19
Photo submitted by: MAK Shui Wa Sarah
Rooftop Republic Urban Farming @Hong Kong
Even the rain was heavy on that day, our colleagues were still energetic to clean the beach! I was overwhelmed by their passion.
Photo submitted by: LIN Shitong
KPMG China (SH) @Shanghai, China
A carefully planned workshop on elderly and softmeal turned into a semi-improvised event after the unexpected surge of COVID-19 cases. Us interns were overwhelmed by the last-minute adjustments and only had time for a photo after the successful workshop.
Photo submitted by: LEE Wing Lam
Social Enterprise Business Centre, Hong Kong Council of Social Service @Hong Kong
Throughout our time in Nepal, we were often caught off guard by just how giving the Nepalese people were to us. It was an experience that we will never be able to forget.
Photo submitted by: LIM Janghyeok
Centre for Social Change @Nepal
Stay in Nairobi and the internship provides me with a chance to witness the change in this land and society. The work I’ve done, which is analysing the local government’s policy, opens a window for me to look into Kenya’s society, its people and its mysterious past.
Photo submitted by: LUO Shengwei
Sino Africa Centre of Excellence @Kenya
The programme this picture shows was the Code+Create workshop, where the kids learned programming via Scratch. It was so amazing when we saw their plot in Scratch and we almost forgot about how pure and innocent that our childhood can be.
Photo submitted by: CHENG Winki
Kids4kids @Hong Kong