July 30, 2020

Enhancing Support for e-Learning in Schools

The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on “Enhancing Support for e-Learning in Schools”     The Youth I.D.E.A.S. (established by HKFYG Youth Research Centre) has released its study on “Enhancing Support for e-Learning in Schools”.   Data gathered from 1,039 Hong Kong youth aged 12-19 showed that the biggest challenge they faced during e-learning is the lack of learning atmosphere(60.4%), followed by difficulties to stay concentrated (56.7%) and affect effectiveness of learning (46.8%). Data gathered from 122 schools showed 29.5% agreed that teachers have difficulties in using e-learning tools for teaching.   When it comes to e-learning, school respondents […]
July 30, 2020

Enhancing Support for e-Learning in Schools

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July 3, 2020

Facilitating Young People’s Access to Financial Services through Virtual Banking

The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on “Facilitating Young People’s Access to Financial Services through Virtual Banking”     The Youth I.D.E.A.S. (established by HKFYG Youth Research Centre) has released its study on “Facilitating Young People’s Access to Financial Services through Virtual Banking”.   Data gathered from 525 Hong Kong youth aged 18-39 showed that 73.0% of them have heard about “Virtual Bank”. Most respondents thought that the benefit of virtual banking is “fast” (63.6%), followed by “24-hour service” (35.0%) and “unrestricted by location” (24.6%). However, they did not have enough confidence in virtual banks. Nearly half of them […]
July 3, 2020

Facilitating Young People’s Access to Financial Services through Virtual Banking

Youth I.D.E.A.S. 51 Economic Development Facilitating Young People’s Access to Financial Services through Virtual Banking 3 July 2020   According to a Business Insider research service report, the total value of all the world’s virtual banks equalled USD 18.6 billion in 2018, with 26 million users and 50 million accounts. It is expected that the growth of virtual banks is rapid and the total value will increase to USD 63 billion in 2024, with 98 million users and 187 million accounts1.   The Hong Kong Monetary Authority published a revised set of guidelines on the authorisation of virtual banks in […]