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02 March 2024
香港工程師學會「香港工程師週嘉年華」盛大舉行 精彩表演及活動帶動週末氣氛 中學生「工程達人-你問我答」比賽得獎者誕生 Exciting Activities at Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival Creates a Great Atmosphere for the Weekend Winner of “Our Future Engineers” Quiz Competition Announced

(香港,2024年3月2日)香港工程師學會(下稱「學會」)以「不一樣 · Be the Change」為主題,即日起直至3月3日(星期日),於西九文化區海濱草坪舉行「香港工程師週嘉年華」,現場設一連串精彩活動和超過40個來自不同機構的互動攤位和遊戲,向公眾展示工程界的不同面貌,吸引不少市民和家長專程攜同小朋友前往參與,氣氛熱烈。

 

嘉年華踏入第二日,進行中學生「工程達人-你問我答」比賽決賽,相關比賽旨在激發年輕一代對工程學科的興趣,並透過與現職工程師互動,更深入了解工程領域。參賽隊伍由學會會員回母校,邀請學生代表組隊、以學校名義參賽,就工程相關知識、科普等,進行小組問答比賽。相關初賽早前已完成,並從12隊隊伍中,選出3隊今日舉行決賽。學生的表現出色,競爭激烈,經過兩輪必答及搶答題後,最終由順德聯誼總會梁銶琚中學、聖母無玷聖心書院及順德聯誼總會翁祐中學,分別奪得冠、亞、季軍。

 

同日,「N展聯盟」5名決賽入選者於舞台上進行「香港工程師學會過三關」問答比賽,藉此展示香港年輕工程師的專業形象及多樣性。「N展聯盟」明日(3日)將會進行最後一項比賽環節——決賽演講,並經評審及公眾投選最後冠軍。

 

另外,不同表演單位為公眾送上各類精彩的表演節目,包括藝人王鋒獻唱、花式跳繩、花式足球及花式搖搖。嘉年華明日繼續免費開放予公眾參加,並將舉行「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽及閉幕禮。

 

如欲了解更多詳情,請瀏覽:

 

「香港工程師週2024」官方網址:https://hkengineersweek.com/  

香港工程師學會Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE  

香港工程師學會Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/

香港工程師學會LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie   

 

 

 

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相片一:

香港工程師學會「香港工程師週嘉年華」踏入第二天,香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師期望以精彩表演及活動帶動週末氣氛。

 

相片二: 

中學生「工程達人—你問我答」比賽冠軍得獎隊伍:順德聯誼總會梁銶琚中學獲頒發獎盃、證書及價值港幣5,000元書券以嘉許他們的傑出表現。

 

相片三及四: 

香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師(上圖:左九;下圖:後排左九)與所有中學生「工程達人—你問我答」比賽隊伍合照。

 

相片五:

「N展聯盟」-「香港工程師學會過三關」問答比賽。

 

相片六、七及八:

嘉年華為公眾送上各類精彩的表演節目,包括花式跳繩、花式足球及花式搖搖。

 

相片九:

藝人王鋒(Travis)獻唱三首歌曲,為第二日的嘉年華畫上完美句號。

 

相片十、十一、十二:

不少市民和家長專程攜同小朋友參與,氣氛熱烈。

 

相片十三及十四:

香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師(上圖:左六;下圖:右四)與一眾來賓及參與者「打卡」留念。

 

 

 

關於香港工程師學會

香港工程師學會前身為「香港工程協會」,早於1947年成立,隨着協會不斷發展,政府於1975年通過《香港工程師學會條例》(第1105章),正式賦予學會法定地位。現時學會會員人數超過34,000名,當中有約17,000名為法定會員。學會以團結不同專業界別的工程師,為會員謀求福利為宗旨。為確保會員質素,學會亦負責擬定專業工程師訓練及資歷審核標準,將會員資歷分為22個專業界別作出審核。同時,學會並積極推廣專業守則,對會員的操守有嚴格要求。有關本會更多資訊,請瀏覽 https://hkie.org.hk/  

 

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余美玉小姐
電話:(852) 9634 2994

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傳真:(852) 2882 6825      

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「香港工程師週2024」活動詳情:

 

「香港工程師週嘉年華」

日期

即日起至2024年3月3日

時間

2024年3月3日 (星期日):上午10時至下午6時

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪  (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

「N展聯盟」

日期

2024年3月3日:決賽演講(開放供公眾觀看)

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪  (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽

日期

即日起至3月3日:模型作品展示

2024年3月3日:參賽隊伍演講

時間

模型作品展示

2024年3月3日:上午10時至下午6時

參賽隊伍演講

2024年3月3日:中午12時

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪 (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

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 (Hong Kong, March 2, 2024) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) is hosting the Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival (the Carnival) with the theme “Be the Change” at Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District, from today until 3 March (Sunday). The Carnival features a series of exciting activities and over 40 booths and games from different partners. It aims to showcase the diverse engineering industry and has attracted many citizens and parents who have brought their children to participate.  

 

Today, the second day of the Carnival, the “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest was held. The purpose of the competition is to inspire students to take an interest in engineering and provide them the opportunities to interact with practicing engineers. HKIE members invite student from their graduated secondary school to form teams and compete on behalf of their schools in a group quiz competition focusing on engineering-related knowledge and science. The first round contest was completed earlier, and three teams were selected out of 12 teams to compete in the finals today. The students demonstrated excellent performance and the contest was intense. After two rounds of competitions, the Champion, first runner-up and second runner-up were awarded to Shun Tak Fraternal Association Leung Kau Kui College, Immaculate Heart of Mary College and Shun Tak Fraternal Association Yung Yau College respectively.

 

Five finalists from “Engineer Alliance” took part in a quiz competition, demonstrating their professionalism to the public. The final round of “Engineer Alliance” speech competition will take place tomorrow (3 March), and the winner will be determined by a panel of judges and public voting.

 

Various performance groups entertained the public with exciting shows, including a Singing performance by artist Travis WONG, rope performance, freestyle football, and Yo-Yo performance. The Carnival will be open to the public for free tomorrow, featuring the “Our Dream City” primary school design competition and the closing ceremony.

 

For more information, please visit:

 

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 official website: https://hkengineersweek.com/

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie   

 

 

 

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Photo 1:

Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival enters its second day, and the HKIE President Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong hopes to create a great atmosphere for the weekend with exciting performances and activities.

 

Photo 2:

The Champion of “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest: Shun Tak Fraternal Association Leung Kau Kui College were awarded trophies, certificates and book vouchers worth HK$5,000 in recognition of their outstanding performance.

 

Photos 3 and 4:

Group photo of the HKIE President Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong (upper: 9th left: lower: 9th left , back row) and all teams of “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest.

 

Photo 5:

“Engineer Alliance”- Knowledge Quiz Competition

 

Photos 6, 7 and 8:

 The Carnival offered a variety of exciting performances for the public, including rope performance, freestyle football, and Yo-Yo performance.

 

Photo 9:

Travis WONG performed three songs, bringing the perfect ending to the second day of the Carnival.

 

Photos 10,11 and 12:

 Many parents and children participated in the Carnival.  

 

Photos 13 and 14:

The HKIE President Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong, (upper: 6th left; lower: 4th right) with guests and participants at the Carnival

 

 

 

About the HKIE 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) – previously The Engineering Society of Hong Kong - was founded in 1947. In 1975, the HKIE was incorporated under the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Ordinance, Chapter 1105 of the Laws of Hong Kong. Today the HKIE has over 34,000 members, of which around 17,000 are Corporate Members. 

 

The Institution aims to bring together engineers of different disciplines for their common good. The HKIE is committed to upholding the quality of membership, and sets standards for the training and admission of engineers from 22 engineering disciplines. It also has strict rules governing members’ conduct and is dedicated to raising the ethical standards of professional engineers in Hong Kong. For more information about the HKIE, please visit https://hkie.org.hk  

 

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Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Event Details: 

 

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Carnival 

Date 

Now to 3 March 2024 

Time

3 March 2024 (Sunday): 10 am – 6 pm 

Venue 

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry) 

 

Engineer Alliance 

Date

3 March 2024: Pitch Perfect Challenge (open to public) 

Venue 

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry) 

 

“Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest 

Date 

Now to 3 March 2024: Exhibition of models 

3 March 2024: Presentations by contesting teams 

Time 

Exhibition of models 

3 March 2024: 10 am – 6 pm 

Presentations by contesting teams 

3 March 2024: 12 pm (noon) 

Venue 

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry) 

 

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Mar
01 March 2024
一連三日「香港工程師週嘉年華」於西九文化區隆重揭幕 逾45個精彩攤位活動向公眾展現工程專業 Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival kicks off at West Kowloon Cultural District The three-day flagship event features over 45 game booths showcasing the engineering profession

(香港,2024年3月1日)由香港工程師學會(下稱「學會」)主辦的「香港工程師週嘉年華」今天於西九文化區海濱草坪舉行開幕禮,並邀請香港特別行政區發展局局長甯漢豪女士, JP、中央人民政府駐香港特別行政區聯絡辦公室教育科技部副部長葉水球先生及發展局常任秘書長(工務)劉俊傑工程師, JP,在香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師、上任會長卜國明工程師、高級副會長馬紹祥工程師, JP及秘書長薛永恒教授、工程師, JP陪同下,為一連三日的大型旗艦活動揭開序幕,加深大眾對工程專業的興趣和認知。

 

「香港工程師週嘉年華」以「不一樣 · Be the Change」為主題,即日起至3月3日(星期日)於西九文化區海濱草坪舉行,提供超過45個來自不同機構的互動攤位和遊戲,包括國泰航空公司、香港鐵路有限公司、中華電力有限公司、香港機場管理局、市區重建局等,向公眾展示工程界各種有趣的專業技術和知識,另設多項精彩比賽和表演活動,免費開放予公眾參加。

 

香港特別行政區發展局局長甯漢豪女士, JP表示:「今屆『香港工程師週』的多元主題包括加強行業之間相互合作、吸納年青人才、力求創新,同時強調參與和貢獻國家發展,這些都是政府的目標,我們希望與工程專業一起建設可持續的未來,以及參與和貢獻國家的新輝煌。」

 

香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師表示:「今年是學會連續第二年舉辦『香港工程師週嘉年華』,今年嘉年華的主題為『不一樣.Be the Change』,希望反映出工程師對於促進社會進步的獨特角色,讓大眾加深了解工程行業的多樣性、創新性和重要性,激發年青人的創造力及對工程專業的興趣。 」

 

學會邀請一眾嘉賓與傳媒體驗嘉年華互動攤位,其中包括虛擬實景(VR)遊戲,飛機模型以及專業工程儀器等等,以增加公眾對航空工程的興趣。嘉年華更準備多個打卡位供市民自拍留念,為市民提供一個休閑放鬆好去處。

 

另外,學會今年首次舉辦「N展聯盟」,期望藉著比賽展現出香港工程師學會的專業標準及持續追求卓越的精神,以推動工程進步。決賽入選者於開幕禮中首次亮相,逐一向公眾自我介紹及拉票。決賽入選者們會在接下來的兩天,透過兩輪挑戰,向公眾展示香港年輕工程師的多元化及專業形象。比賽結果會在3月3日公布。

 

如欲了解更多詳情,請瀏覽:

 

「香港工程師週2024」官方網址:https://hkengineersweek.com/

香港工程師學會Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE

香港工程師學會Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/

香港工程師學會LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie 

 

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相片一:

香港特別行政區發展局局長甯漢豪女士, JP(右三)、中央人民政府駐香港特別行政區聯絡辦公室教育科技部副部長葉水球先生(左三)、發展局常任秘書長(工務)劉俊傑工程師, JP(左二)、香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師(中)、香港工程師學會上任會長卜國明工程師(右二)、香港工程師學會高級副會長馬紹祥工程師, JP(左一)及香港工程師學會秘書長薛永恒教授、工程師, JP(右一)主持開幕儀式,以創意特效正式啟動「香港工程師週嘉年華」。

 

 

相片二:

香港特別行政區發展局局長甯漢豪女士, JP在「香港工程師週嘉年華」開幕禮上致辭。

 

 

相片三:

香港工程師學會會長李志康博士、工程師期望透過嘉年華令大眾加深對工程行業的了解。

 

 

相片四:

「N展聯盟」的決賽入圍者陳俊業先生(右一)、陳芯舟小姐(右二)、李可欣工程師(左二)及吳卓詩小姐(左一)首次亮相。

 

 

相片五:

出席嘉賓與參加者大合照。

 

 

相片六:

「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽的參賽隊伍向嘉賓介紹及分享他們的創意理念及模型所應用的工程技術。

 

 

相片七及八:

一眾嘉賓與「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽的參賽小學師生合照。

 

 

關於香港工程師學會

香港工程師學會前身為「香港工程協會」,早於1947年成立,隨着協會不斷發展,政府於1975年通過《香港工程師學會條例》(第1105章),正式賦予學會法定地位。現時學會會員人數超過34,000名,當中有約17,000名為法定會員。學會以團結不同專業界別的工程師,為會員謀求福利為宗旨。為確保會員質素,學會亦負責擬定專業工程師訓練及資歷審核標準,將會員資歷分為22個專業界別作出審核。同時,學會並積極推廣專業守則,對會員的操守有嚴格要求。有關本會更多資訊,請瀏覽 https://hkie.org.hk/  

 

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新聞稿由創思顧問集團有限公司代香港工程師學會發布。如有垂詢,請聯絡:

 

創思顧問集團有限公司

梁凱瑩小姐
電話:(852) 9103 7182

電郵:christy.leung@creativegp.com

 

余美玉小姐
電話:(852) 9634 2994

電郵:may.yu@creativegp.com 

 

香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部

電話:(852) 2895 4446

傳真:(852) 2882 6825      

電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

 

 

「香港工程師週2024」活動詳情:

 

「香港工程師週嘉年華」

日期

2024年3月1日至2024年3月3日

時間

2024年3月1日 (星期五):下午5時至下午6時

 

2024年3月2日 (星期六):上午10時至下午6時

 

2024年3月3日 (星期日):上午10時至下午6時

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪  (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

「N展聯盟」

日期

2024年3月2日:決賽問答比賽(開放供公眾觀看)

2024年3月3日:決賽演講(開放供公眾觀看)

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪  (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽

日期

2024年3月1日至3月3日:模型作品展示

2024年3月3日:參賽隊伍演講

時間

模型作品展示

2024年3月2日:上午10時至下午6時

2024年3月3日:上午10時至下午6時

參賽隊伍演講

2024年3月3日:中午12時

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪 (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

中學生「工程達人-你問我答」比賽

日期

2024年3月2日:決賽 (開放供公眾觀看)

時間

2024年3月2日上午11時至下午12時半

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪 (免費開放供公眾入場)

 

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(Hong Kong, March 1, 2024) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) has organised the Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival (the Carnival), and the Carnival kicked off today at an opening ceremony in Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District. The ceremony was officiated by Ms Bernadette LINN Hon Ho, JP, The Secretary for Development, Mr YE Shuiqiu, the Deputy Director-General of the Department of Educational, Scientific and Technological Affairs of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (LOCPG), and Ir Ricky LAU Chun Kit, JP the Permanent Secretary for Development (Works). They were accompanied by Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong, the HKIE President, Ir BOK Kwok Ming Aaron, the HKIE Immediate Past President, Ir Eric MA Siu Cheung, JP, the HKIE Senior Vice President and Ir Prof Alfred SIT Wing Hang, JP, the HKIE Chief Executive and Secretary. The three-day flagship event aimed at enhancing public interest and knowledge of the engineering profession.

 

The Carnival with the theme “Be the Change” is now open and will run until 3 March 2024 (Sunday). Located in Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District, the Carnival features over 45 booths and games from HKIE and various partners and sponsors, including Cathay Pacific Airways Limited, MTR Corporation, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited, Airport Authority Hong Kong, Urban Renewal Authority and more, sharing engineering knowledge and technologies. It also offers exciting competitions and performances and is open to the public for free.

 

Ms LINN Hon Ho, Bernadette, JP, The Secretary for Development said, “This year, the diversified themes of the ‘Hong Kong Engineers Week’ include enhancing cooperation among members of the industry, attracting young talents, striving for innovation, as well as emphasising participation and contribution in national development, which are also our goals. We hope to work with engineering professionals to build a sustainable future, and to participate in and contribute towards the betterment of our nation.”

 

Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong, the HKIE President, mentioned “The Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival, in its second consecutive year organised by HKIE, is centered around the theme "Be the change" this year. The Carnival aims to raise awareness about the unique role of engineers in shaping our society. It also aims to showcase the diversity and innovation within the engineering profession, inspire young people’s creativity and encourage them to pursue their interests in engineering.” 

 

The HKIE has invited a distinguished group of guests and media to experience the carnival's interactive booths, featuring virtual reality (VR) games, aircraft models, sophisticated gadgets etc. to spark public interest in aviation engineering. The Carnival offers several photo booths for participants to take selfies, providing a leisurely and relaxing spot for the public. 

 

In addition, the HKIE has organised the first “Engineer Alliance” competition this year to demonstrate the professional standards of the HKIE and its continuous pursuit of excellence in promoting advancements in the field of engineering. The finalists made their debut at the opening ceremony. Each of the finalists introduced themselves and called for votes. The finalists will showcase their professionalism through two rounds of intense and thrilling challenges in the coming two days. The competition result will be announced on 3 March.

 

For more information, please visit:

 

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 official website: https://hkengineersweek.com/

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers LinkedIn: https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie 

 

 

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Ms Bernadette LINN Hon Ho JP, The Secretary for Development (3rd right), Mr YE Shuiqiu, Deputy Director-General of the Department of Educational, Scientific and Technological Affairs of the LOCPG (3rd left) and Ir Ricky LAU Chun Kit, JP, the Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) (2nd left) presided over the opening ceremony of the Carnival and accompanied by Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong, the HKIE President (middle), Ir Aaron BOK Kwok Ming, the HKIE Immediate Past President (2nd right), Ir Eric MA Siu Cheung, JP, the HKIE Senior Vice President (1st left) and Ir Prof Alfred SIT Wing Hang, JP, the HKIE Chief Executive and Secretary (1st right), host the ceremony with creative special effects, officially launching the Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival.

 

 

Photo 2:

 Ms Bernadette LINN Hon Ho, JP, The Secretary for Development, delivers the speech at the opening ceremony.

 

 

Photo 3:

Ir Dr Barry LEE Chi Hong, the HKIE President, hopes to deepen public understanding of the engineering industry through this Carnival.

 

 

Photo 4:

Finalists of “Engineer Alliance”, Mr Anthony CHAN Chun Yip (1st right), Miss Miro CHAN Sum Chau (2nd right), Ir Eva LEE Ho Yan (2nd left) and Miss Jessy NG Cheuk Sze (1st left) make their first public appearance.

 

 

Photo 5:

Over a hundred guests gather at the opening ceremony and take pictures with the officiating guests.

 

 

Photo 6:

Student teams of “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest introduce their works and share their creative concepts and the engineering techniques applied in their “dream cities” with the guests.

 

 

Photos 7 and 8:

Group photo of the guests and participating primary school students and teachers of the “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest.

 

 

 

About the HKIE

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) – previously The Engineering Society of Hong Kong - was founded in 1947. In 1975, the HKIE was incorporated under the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Ordinance, Chapter 1105 of the Laws of Hong Kong. Today the HKIE has over 34,000 members, of which around 17,000 are Corporate Members.

 

The Institution aims to bring together engineers of different disciplines for their common good. The HKIE is committed to upholding the quality of membership, and sets standards for the training and admission of engineers from 22 engineering disciplines. It also has strict rules governing members’ conduct and is dedicated to raising the ethical standards of professional engineers in Hong Kong. For more information about the HKIE, please visit https://hkie.org.hk  

 


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Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Event Details:

 

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Carnival

Date

1 March 2024 to 3 March 2024

Time

1 March 2024 (Friday): 5 pm – 6 pm

Time

2 March 2024 (Saturday): 10 am – 6 pm

3 March 2024 (Sunday): 10 am – 6 pm

Venue

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry)

 

Engineer Alliance

Date

2 March 2024: Knowledge Quiz Competition (open to public)

3 March 2024: Pitch Perfect Challenge (open to public)

Venue

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry)

 

“Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest

Date

1 March to 3 March 2024: Exhibition of models

3 March 2024: Presentations by contesting teams

Time

Exhibition of models

2 March 2024: 10 am – 6 pm

3 March 2024: 10 am – 6 pm

Presentations by contesting teams

3 March 2024: 12 nn

Venue

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry)

 

“Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest

Date

2 March 2024: Final round (open to public)

Time

Final Round

2 March 2024: 11 am – 12:30 pm

Venue

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (free public entry)

 

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28 February 2024
香港工程師學會對二○二四/二五年度《財政預算案》之回應 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers’ Response to the 2024-25 Budget

(香港,2024年2月28日) 就財政司司長於今天 (2月28日) 發表之2024-25年度《財政預算案》,香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 歡迎政府採納學會早前向政府提交的部份建議,有助香港抓緊機遇,促進高質量發展。學會對今次的財政預算案,有以下回應:

 

規劃基建發展

 

政府近年因應社會需要大力推展土地房屋供應項目,學會認同政府審視工程開支效益,按項目優次緩急調整推進安排,其中相對成熟項目會繼續推進,例如北部都會區土地平整和基建,會較為合適;正在前期規劃或構思階段項目,將按重要性等因素調整進度,例如處於策略性位置的交椅洲人工島,亦可繼續推進相關研究。學會認為做法有助平衡現時政府財政狀況及投資未來的需要,亦可以確保各項大型基建有序進行,有助業界發展。

 

人才競爭

 

政府表示將於年中檢討「高才通」等安排,並舉辦全球人才高峰會。學會希望指出,工程業界及建造業界的人力資源,對香港未來基建、創科、工業及其他各類發展有着重要影響,除了各項吸引海外人才的入境政策,希望政府盡早落實學會早前建議增加工程公司參與香港工程師學會培訓計劃的補貼金額及名額,並為聘請海外畢業生的公司提供短期資助,提高聘請畢業生的誘因。

 

在培育人才方面,學會樂見政府增撥資源推動創科教育,向「奇趣IT識多啲計劃」增撥逾1.3億元,在未來兩個學年向每所資助小學提供最多30萬元資助,學會亦樂意協調會員,透過「回母校計劃」、「一校一工程師」等計劃,為中小學提供專業工程意見,長遠為工程專業建立人才庫。

 

促進土地和房屋供應

 

學會樂見政府接納學會早前的建議,研究投資「組裝合成」供應鏈的可能性,並於今年內成立「建築研發及測試中心」,推動行業應用創新。學會希望指出,業界及香港整體均面對勞動人口下降的情況,整個建造業求才若渴,以科技提升效率,有助減輕人手問題,同時促進整個產業鏈的發展。

 

學會同意政府考慮市況以決定推售土地的數量、種類和速度,隨着政府加快造地,有關做法較為靈活,亦確保土地資源用得其所。由於各類基建及建屋發展均涉及社會資源,學會期望政府支援發展項目,做到「提速、提效、提質、提量」。各審批部門,在確保質量安全的原則之下,除了作為「監管者」外,更應擔當「促進者」角色,協助加快項目進度,精簡審批流程。

 

促進創科及新型工業化發展

 

學會支持政府推動創新科技的眾多舉措,其中河套區將扮演重要角色,包括將於「河套深港科技創新合作區」設立「大灣區國際臨床試驗所」、今年內發布「河套香港園區發展白皮書」、撥款20億元支持「InnoHK創新香港研發平台」進駐河套,以及撥款2億元為河套生命健康初創提供孵化和加速計劃,彰顯政府力促創科發展的決心,亦預示河套區推動本地以至大灣區創科發展的重要地位。

 

學會亦樂見政府積極支援企業及大學研發,包括撥款60億元資助大學設立生命健康研發院、推出「新型工業加速計劃」、撥款30億元推行前沿科技研究支援計劃等,亦將就推行「專利盒」稅務優惠提交立法建議,利潤稅率調低至百分之5,有助鼓勵研發,促進「從零到一」的突破。

 

建設智慧、綠色及具抗禦力的城市

 

學會亦樂見政府促進可持續發展,學會歡迎政府延長電動車首次登記稅務寬減,進一步令電動車普及化,並推動可持續航空燃料在港使用,並推出先導計劃,探討在政府建築物幕牆應用太陽能板。學會亦歡迎政府今年內就東九龍、啟德和洪水橋/厦村智慧綠色集體運輸系統的建設和管理邀請意向書,尋求以創新方式解決困擾區內市民多年的交通問題。

 

學會樂見政府繼續致力鞏固香港國際航空及航運樞紐的地位,展開優化航運業稅務優惠的研究,並提供批量註冊優惠,吸引船東大規模將船舶於香港註冊;在航空業方面,政府將加強與現時主要航線及「一帶一路」航線的服務聯繫,配合國家「空中絲綢之路」建設,積極「走出去」,拓展香港航空業的版圖。

 

把握大灣區機遇

 

大灣區內經濟充滿創新活力,多個城市在不同產業各有優勢,為了幫助專業人士「走出去」,學會期望政府牽頭與內地有關部門探討專業資格互認,讓更多工程師通過CEPA或其他相關協議在內地執業。

 

現時香港和國家正朝向高質量發展的道路前進,香港與內地及大灣區的合作將更為重要,香港工程師學會及工程界將繼續貢獻專業工程知識和能力,與各界攜手建設更美好的香港。

 

 

如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

 

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(Hong Kong, 28 February 2024) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (hereafter “the HKIE”) welcomes the Government's adoption of some of the recommendations previously submitted by the HKIE in the 2024-25 Budget unveiled by the Financial Secretary.  We believe these recommendations will help Hong Kong seize opportunities and promote high-quality development.  The HKIE would like to provide the following response to this year’s Budget:

 

Planning of Infrastructure Development

 

The HKIE endorses what the Government, responding to societal needs, has undertaken in recent years to push rigorously for land and housing supply projects, namely its review of works projects’ cost-effectiveness and its adjustment of their implementation schedules based on project priorities and urgency.  More appropriately, projects at a relatively mature stage will continue to be taken forward, such as site formation and infrastructure works for the Northern Metropolis.  On the other hand, projects at the preliminary planning or conceptual stages, such as the strategically positioned Kau Yi Chau Artificial Islands, will have their implementation schedules adjusted in accordance with their importance and have the relevant studies taken forward.  The HKIE believes that this approach helps balance the current financial performance with the need for future investment, and ensures the orderly implementation of major infrastructure projects, thereby facilitating the development of the engineering industry. 

 

Talent Trawling

 

The Government has indicated that the Top Talent Pass Scheme and other arrangements will be reviewed in the middle of the year, and a Global Talent Summit will be hosted.  We would like to point out that human resources of the engineering and construction industries have a significant impact on Hong Kong’s future development in infrastructure, innovation, industry, and many other areas.  In addition to various immigration policies to attract overseas talent, it is hoped that the Government would implement, at the earliest opportunity, the HKIE’s earlier recommendations to enhance the incentive for hiring engineering graduates.  Suggested initiatives include increasing subsidies and quotas for engineering companies participating in the HKIE’s training scheme, and providing short-term subsidies to companies hiring overseas graduates.

 

In terms of talent cultivation, the HKIE is pleased to see the Government allocating more resources to promote IT education – providing additional funding of over HK$130 million for the “Knowing More About IT” Programme and subsidies of up to HK$300,000 for each publicly funded primary school in the next two academic years.  We are receptive to coordinating and arranging members to provide professional engineering advice for primary and secondary schools through programmes such as the “Back to School Programme” and “One School One Engineer”, thereby establishing a talent reserve for the engineering profession in the long term.

 

Facilitating Land and Housing Supply

 

The HKIE is delighted to note that the Government has accepted our earlier recommendations to study the feasibility of investing in the supply chain of Modular Integrated Construction (MiC).  We believe that the establishment of the Building Testing and Research Institute later this year will help encourage the industry to apply innovative technologies.  The HKIE would like to point out that both the industry and the entirety of Hong Kong are facing a decline in the working population; the construction industry, in particular, is in great need of talent.  Improving efficiency through innovation and technology not only mitigates labour shortage but also promotes the development of the whole industry chain.

 

The HKIE agrees with the Government that market conditions are to be considered in determining the quantity, types and pace of land sales.  As the Government accelerates land development, such practices offer greater flexibility and ensure the fitting use of land resources.  Since the various housing and infrastructure developments all involve social resources, the HKIE looks forward to the Government’s support of development projects to enhance Speed, Efficiency, Quality and Quantity.  While adhering to the principle of ensuring quality and safety, each approving department should act not only as a “regulator” but also as a “facilitator” to help expedite project progress and streamline the approval process.

 

Promoting Innovation and Technology and New Industrialisation

 

The HKIE supports the Government’s various initiatives to promote innovation and technology (I&T), among which the Lok Ma Chau Loop (The Loop) will play a crucial role.  These initiatives include the establishment of Greater Bay Area International Clinical Trial Institute in the Hetao Shenzhen Hong Kong Science and Technology Innovation Co-operation Zone, the release of White Paper on the Development of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park later this year, the allocation of HK$2 billion to support the InnoHK research clusters to establish presence in the Loop, and the allocation of HK$200 million to assist start-ups engaging in life and health technology through incubation and acceleration programmes.  These initiatives demonstrate the Government’s commitment to promote I&T development and signify the important role of the Loop in advancing such development both locally and regionally across the Greater Bay Area (GBA).

 

The HKIE also welcomes the Government’s staunch support for enterprise and university research and development (R&D).  These include allocating HK$6 billion to subsidise the establishment of life and health technology research institutes, launching New Industrialisation Acceleration Scheme, allocating HK$3 billion to implement the Frontier Technology Research Infrastructure Support Scheme, as well as introducing into the Legislative Council a proposal regarding the implementation of the “patent box” tax incentive, which will reduce the tax rate for profits to 5%. This will help encourage R&D and facilitate breakthroughs out of the blue.

 

Building a Smart, Green, and Resilient City

 

The HKIE acknowledges the Government’s efforts to promote sustainable development.  We appreciate the extension of the first registration tax concession for electric vehicles (EVs), advancing the popularisation of EVs even further. The use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel locally is also encouraged, and the application of solar panels on government building façades is explored through a pilot scheme.  We also support the Government’s invitation for expression of interest in the construction and management of smart and green mass transit systems in East Kowloon, Kai Tak, and Hung Shui Kiu/Ha Tsuen within this year.  This initiative seeks to address, through innovative solutions, long-standing traffic issues affecting residents in these areas. 

 

The HKIE is pleased by the Government’s continual commitment to strengthening Hong Kong’s position as an international aviation and maritime logistics hub by initiating research on optimising tax incentive for the maritime industry and providing block registration incentives to attract ship owners to register their vessels in Hong Kong extensively.  As for the aviation industry, the Government will enhance service connections with existing major routes and routes along the Belt and Road in alignment with the construction of the national “Air Silk Road” so as to actively “go global” and expand Hong Kong’s aviation industry.

 

Seizing the Opportunities from GBA

 

The economy within the GBA is filled with innovation and creativity, with different cities and industries having their own advantages.  To assist professionals in “going global”, the HKIE hopes that the Government will take the lead in engaging relevant Mainland authorities to explore the expansion of mutual recognition of professional qualifications.  This will enable more engineers to practice in the mainland through CEPA or other relevant agreements.

 

Hong Kong, and China as a whole, are currently striding towards high-quality development, where cooperation between Hong Kong, the Mainland, and the GBA will become increasingly important.  The HKIE and the engineering industry will continue to contribute our engineering knowledge and expertise, working hand in hand with various sectors to build a better Hong Kong.

 

 

 

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27 February 2024
香港工程師週2024 中學生「工程達人——你問我答」決賽名單出爐 承先啟後 薪火相傳 HKIE Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Finalists of the "Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest Announced Passing on the Torch from Generation to Generation

(香港,2024年2月27日)由香港工程師學會(下稱「學會」)主辦的「香港工程師週2024已展開連串精彩活動其中專為激發年青人對工程學科興趣活動的中學生「工程達人你問我答」比賽,上週六已完成激烈的初賽,決賽名單出爐,分別為聖母無玷聖心書院 、順德聯誼總會梁銶琚中學 、順德聯誼總會翁祐中學。三隊優秀的入圍隊伍將於3月2日(星期六)在「香港工程師週嘉年華」(下稱「嘉年華」)中爭奪殊榮,贏取豐富獎品。學會期望藉此加深中學生對工程專業的了解,從而鼓勵他們積極探索未來在工程領域的職業機會。

 

中學生「工程達人你問我答」以小組問答比賽形式進行,分為初賽和決賽,比賽題目主要圍繞工程相關知識和大眾科學,以及香港工程師學會的工作。是次比賽共有12隊伍參與,每隊由五名隊員組成,包括四名學生及一名為後備隊員。六位工程師更組織回母校組隊參加,組成專家智囊團,解答參賽學生在工程學科上的各種疑問,並給予專業的指導和建議。 

 

嘉年華將於3月1日至3日一連三天假西九文化區海濱草坪舉行,屆時將設有與工程相關的多個互動遊戲攤位、比賽、打卡熱點及精彩表演項目,免費開放予公眾入場,並歡迎市民觀賞中學生「工程達人你問我答」決賽

 

學會相信,透過與現職的專業工程師互動,學生可以深入了解工程師在城市發展中所扮演的重要角色,幫助年輕一代更深入地了解工程領域的多樣性和挑戰性,激勵他們成為未來的工程精英。

  

 

「香港工程師週嘉年華」活動詳情:

日期

2024年3月1日 (星期五):下午5時至下午6時

2024年3月2日 (星期六):上午10時至下午6時

2024年3月3日 (星期日):上午10時至下午6時

第一日

  • 香港工程師週嘉年華開幕典禮
  • 貴賓和傳媒預覽團
  • 「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽 - 模型作品展示

*公眾開放時間:下午5時至6時

第二日

  • 中學生「工程達人-你問我答」 - 決賽
  • 「N展聯盟」- 決賽問答比賽
  • 「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽 - 模型作品展示

第三日

  • 香港工程師週嘉年華閉幕典禮
  • 「N展聯盟」決賽演講及頒獎典禮
  • 「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽決賽演講及頒獎典禮

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪  (免費開放供公眾入場) 

 

 

關於香港工程師學會

香港工程師學會前身為「香港工程協會」,早於1947年成立,隨着協會不斷發展,政府於1975年通過《香港工程師學會條例》(第1105章),正式賦予學會法定地位。現時學會會員人數超過34,000名,當中有約17,000名為法定會員。學會以團結不同專業界別的工程師,為會員謀求福利為宗旨。為確保會員質素,學會亦負責擬定專業工程師訓練及資歷審核標準,將會員資歷分為22個專業界別作出審核。同時,學會並積極推廣專業守則,對會員的操守有嚴格要求。有關本會更多資訊,請瀏覽 https://hkie.org.hk/

 

如欲了解更多詳情,請瀏覽:

「香港工程師週2024」官方網址:https://hkengineersweek.com/

香港工程師學會Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE

香港工程師學會Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/

香港工程師學會LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie 

 

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中學生「工程達人—你問我答」問答初賽,各參賽學校合照

 

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余美玉小姐
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香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部

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電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

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(Hong Kong, 27 February 2024) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) launched a series of exciting activities as part of the Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024.  “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest, was specifically designed to ignite our next generation’s interest in engineering.  After the preliminary round held last Saturday, we are pleased to announce the finalists: Immaculate Heart of Mary College], Shun Tak Fraternal Association Leung Kau Kui College, and Shun Tak Fraternal Association Yung Yau College. The three teams will compete in the final round taking place on 2 March (Saturday) at the “Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival” (Carnival).  The HKIE hopes to enhance students’ understanding of the engineering profession, and hence encourage them to explore future career opportunities in the field of engineering.

 

“Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest is conducted in a team-based question-and-answer format, consisting of a preliminary round and a final round. The competition topics mainly revolve around engineering knowledge, popular science, and the work of the HKIE. A total of 12 teams participated in the competition.  Each team consists of five members, including four students and one backup member.  Six HKIE members have formed teams with their alma mater as an expert advisor, answering questions from participating students and providing professional guidance and advice.

 

The Carnival will be held at the Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District from 1 to 3 March, lasting for three consecutive days.  It will feature various interactive game booths, competitions, photo spots, and exciting performances related to engineering.  The event is free and open to the public, and “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest final round is also open to the public audience.

 

The HKIE believes that through interaction with practising professional engineers, students can gain a deeper understanding of the important role engineers play in the development of the city.  This helps the younger generation gain a more comprehensive view of the diversity and challenges in the field of engineering, inspiring them to become future engineering talents.

 

 

Details of the “Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival:

Date

1 March 2024 (Friday): 5 pm to 6pm

2 March 2024 (Saturday): 10 pm to 6 pm

3 March 2024 (Sunday): 10 pm to 6 pm

Day 1

  • Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival Opening Ceremony
  • VIP and Media Tours
  • “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest - Model exhibition

*Public opening hours: 5 pm to 6pm

Day 2

  • “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest – Final competition
  • “Engineer Alliance” - Knowledge Quiz Competition
  • “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest - Model exhibition

Day 3

  • Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival Closing Ceremony
  • “Engineer Alliance” Finals Speech and Awards Presentation
  • “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest and Awards Presentation

Location

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (Free Public Entry)

 

 

About the HKIE 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) – previously The Engineering Society of Hong Kong - was founded in 1947. In 1975, the HKIE was incorporated under the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Ordinance, Chapter 1105 of the Laws of Hong Kong. Today the HKIE has over 34,000 members, of which around 17,000 are Corporate Members. 

 

The Institution aims to bring together engineers of different disciplines for their common good. The HKIE is committed to upholding the quality of membership, and sets standards for the training and admission of engineers from 22 engineering disciplines. It also has strict rules governing members’ conduct and is dedicated to raising the ethical standards of professional engineers in Hong Kong. For more information about the HKIE, please visit https://hkie.org.hk  

 

 

For more information, please visit: 

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 official website: https://hkengineersweek.com/  

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE  

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/ 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie   

 

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Group photos in the "Our Future Engineers" Secondary Student Quiz Contest Semi-final

 

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This press release is distributed by Creative Consulting Group on behalf of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. For enquiries, please contact: 

 

Creative Consulting Group 

Ms Christy Leung 

Tel:(852) 9103 7182 

Email:christy.leung@creativegp.com   

 

 Ms May Yu 

Tel:(852) 9634 2994 

Email:may.yu@creativegp.com   

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers 

Corporate Communications Section 

Tel: (852) 2895 4446 

Fax: (852) 2882 6825 

Email: corpcom@hkie.org.hk 

 

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27 February 2024
香港工程師學會「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽 啟發工程創意 構建明日香港大都會 HKIE “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest: Inspiring Engineering Creativity, Building Tomorrow’s Metropolis

(香港,2024年2月27日)香港工程師學會(下稱「學會」)年度旗艦盛事——「香港工程師週2024連串精彩活動與比賽已經打響鑼鼓,多場專為不同年齡層和業內人士而設的比賽陸續開始。其中,「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽經過競爭激烈的初賽殷選,共有十隊入圍隊伍脫穎而出,並將於3月1日至3日舉行的「香港工程師週嘉年華」(下稱「嘉年華」)期間,向公眾展示參賽作品展,入場人士除可觀賞學生作品,更可向支持的作品投下一票(公眾投票佔比例總30%)。嘉年華的第三日(3月3日),入圍隊伍更會向評審講解作品理念。

 

「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽旨在激發小學生的創造力及培養團隊合作精神,從小開始培養他們對城市建設及工程領域的興趣。入圍隊伍的模型作品主要以環保、可持續發展、宜居城市為題,透過人工智能、創新科技、物聯網融入城市設計意念,構建對可持續發展的綠色生活願景。

 

除了「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽,嘉年華會進行中學生「工程達人-你問我答」 N展聯盟」決賽,屆時亦設有與工程相關的多項互動遊戲攤位、比賽,打卡熱點及精彩表演項目,歡迎市民參與。

 

 

「香港工程師週嘉年華」活動詳情:

日期

2024年3月1日 (星期五):下午5時至下午6時

2024年3月2日 (星期六):上午10時至下午6時

2024年3月3日 (星期日):上午10時至下午6時

第一日

  • 香港工程師週嘉年華開幕典禮
  • 貴賓和傳媒預覽團
  • 「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽 - 模型作品展示

*公眾開放時間:下午5時至6時

第二日

  • 中學生「工程達人-你問我答」 - 決賽
  • 「N展聯盟」- 決賽問答比賽
  • 「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽 - 模型作品展示

第三日

  • 香港工程師週嘉年華閉幕典禮
  • 「N展聯盟」決賽演講及頒獎典禮
  • 「我們的夢想城市」小學生設計比賽決賽演講及頒獎典禮

地點

西九文化區海濱草坪  (免費開放供公眾入場) 

 

關於香港工程師學會

香港工程師學會前身為「香港工程協會」,早於1947年成立,隨着協會不斷發展,政府於1975年通過《香港工程師學會條例》(第1105章),正式賦予學會法定地位。現時學會會員人數超過34,000名,當中有約17,000名為法定會員。學會以團結不同專業界別的工程師,為會員謀求福利為宗旨。為確保會員質素,學會亦負責擬定專業工程師訓練及資歷審核標準,將會員資歷分為22個專業界別作出審核。同時,學會並積極推廣專業守則,對會員的操守有嚴格要求。有關本會更多資訊,請瀏覽 https://hkie.org.hk/

 

如欲了解更多詳情,請瀏覽:

「香港工程師週2024」官方網址:https://hkengineersweek.com/

香港工程師學會Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE

香港工程師學會Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/

香港工程師學會LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie 

 

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新聞稿由創思顧問集團有限公司代香港工程師學會發布。如有垂詢,請聯絡:

 

創思顧問集團有限公司

梁凱瑩小姐
電話:(852) 9103 7182

電郵:christy.leung@creativegp.com  

 

余美玉小姐
電話:(852) 9634 2994

電郵:may.yu@creativegp.com 

 

 

香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部

電話:(852) 2895 4446

傳真:(852) 2882 6825      

電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

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(Hong Kong, 27 February 2024) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) is gearing up for its annual flagship event, the “Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024,” (HKEW) featuring a series of exciting activities and competitions.  Among them, “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest’s preliminary round was conducted, shortlisting ten finalist teams whose entries will be exhibited at “Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival” (Carnival) from 1 to 3 March.  In addition to appreciating the students’ works, visitors can also vote for their favourite designs (public voting accounts for 30% of the total score).  The finalists will also present their design concepts to the judging panel on day three (3 March) of the Carnival. 

 

“Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest aims to inspire creativity and foster teamwork among primary school students, nurturing their interest in urban development and the field of engineering from a young age.  The model works of the shortlisted teams primarily revolve around themes of environmental sustainability and creating liveable cities, incorporating concepts of artificial intelligence, innovative technologies, and the IoT into urban design, envisioning a green lifestyle in line with sustainable development. 

In addition to the “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest, the Carnival will feature the final rounds of “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest and Engineer Alliance.  There will also be interactive game booths, contests related to engineering, photo spots, and exciting performances.  The event welcomes the participation of the public.

 

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Carnival

Date

1 March 2024 (Friday): 5 pm – 6 pm

2 March 2024 (Saturday): 10 am – 6 pm

3 March 2024 (Sunday): 10 am – 6 pm

Day 1

  • Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 Opening Ceremony
  • VIP and Media Tours
  • “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest – Model exhibition

Public opening hours: 5pm – 6pm

Day 2

  • “Our Future Engineers” Secondary Student Quiz Contest – Final competition
  • “Engineer Alliance” Knowledge Quiz Competition
  • “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest – Model exhibition

Day 3

  • Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival Closing Ceremony
  • Engineer Alliance Final Speech  and Awards Presentation
  • “Our Dream City” Primary Student Design Contest and Awards Presentation

Venue

Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District (Free Public Entry)

 

About the HKIE  

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) – previously The Engineering Society of Hong Kong - was founded in 1947. In 1975, the HKIE was incorporated under the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Ordinance, Chapter 1105 of the Laws of Hong Kong. Today the HKIE has over 34,000 members, of which around 17,000 are Corporate Members.  

  

The Institution aims to bring together engineers of different disciplines for their common good. The HKIE is committed to upholding the quality of membership, and sets standards for the training and admission of engineers from 22 engineering disciplines. It also has strict rules governing members’ conduct and is dedicated to raising the ethical standards of professional engineers in Hong Kong. For more information about the HKIE, please visit https://hkie.org.hk   

 

 

For more information, please visit:  

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2024 official website: https://hkengineersweek.com/   

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHKIE   

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_hkie/  

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers LinkedIn:https://hk.linkedin.com/company/the-hkie    

 

  

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This press release is distributed by Creative Consulting Group on behalf of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. For enquiries, please contact:  

  

Creative Consulting Group  

Ms Christy Leung  

Tel:(852) 9103 7182  

Email:christy.leung@creativegp.com    

Ms May Yu  

Tel:(852) 9634 2994  

Email:may.yu@creativegp.com 

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers  

Corporate Communications Section  

Tel: (852) 2895 4446  

Fax: (852) 2882 6825  

Email: corpcom@hkie.org.hk  

 

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