Rainbow Yan

September 26, 2019

Improving Financial Education for Young People

The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on “Improving Financial Education for Young People”     The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Improving Financial Education for Young People   A total of 1,034 students aged 14 to 24 were surveyed during the period from July to August through an online questionnaire. The results showed that, the majority of respondents agreed to the statement ‘being capable in managing personal finance is very important’ (82.8%).   The study also found that, young people were quite alert to protect themselves from financial problems, as only very few of them chose to […]
September 26, 2019

Improving Financial Education for Young People

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September 5, 2019

Strengthening the Role and Functions of District Councils

The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Strengthening the Role and Functions of District Councils     An onsite survey conducted in July on 520 Hong Kong youth aged 18 – 35 noted that one third of respondents believed the District Councils’ greatest potential value was as a symbol of the representation of public opinion.   Respondents, however, were conservative when it came to rating the performances of the DCs in advising the Government on community matters, and promoting public participation in district affairs, at an average of 4.72 points and 4.64 points respectively on a scale of 0-10, […]
September 5, 2019

Strengthening the Role and Functions of District Councils

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August 21, 2019

Co-Living: An Alternative Hong Kong Housing Solution for Youth?

The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on “Co-Living: An Alternative Hong Kong Housing Solution for Youth?”     The Youth I.D.E.A.S. (established by HKFYG Youth Research Centre) has released its study on “Co-Living: An Alternative Hong Kong Housing Solution for Youth?”.   Data gathered from 520 Hong Kong youth aged from 18 to 30 showed that 25.6% of respondents said they would consider living in co-living spaces. The major reasons were “saving the rental cost” (61.0%) and “expanding my own living space” (41.1%). However, 68.3% said they would not consider living in co-living spaces. The major concern was “lack […]
August 21, 2019

Co-Living: An Alternative Hong Kong Housing Solution for Youth?

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July 11, 2019

Youth Trends in Hong Kong 2018

  Youth Trends in Hong Kong 2018 is a compilation of statistical data from various sources and a survey by the Youth Research Centre of the HKFYG. There are four main chapters in the book. They are “Introduction of the main findings about youth”, “Youth research and data analysis”, “Indicators of Youth Values”, and “Conclusion and Suggestion”.   Overall, the statistics and figures covered in the book present a general picture on various topics related to young people nowadays. Analysis and recommendations are put forward for reference.  
July 11, 2019

Youth Trends in Hong Kong 2018

    Youth Trends in Hong Kong 2018 is a compilation of statistical data from various sources and a survey by the Youth Research Centre of the HKFYG. There are four main chapters in the book. They are “Introduction of the main findings about youth”, “Youth research and data analysis”, “Indicators of Youth Values”, and “Conclusion and Suggestion”.   For “Indicators of Youth Values” (Chapter 3), it is the fifteenth in a series that has been published by the HKFYG Youth Research Centre since 1997. Statistical data including the comparison throughout the years and thus the changes trends of youth values in […]
June 27, 2019

Attracting Diverse Young Talents to Hong Kong

The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on “Attracting Diverse Young Talents to Hong Kong”     The Youth I.D.E.A.S. (established by HKFYG Youth Research Centre) has released its study on “Attracting Diverse Young Talents to Hong Kong”.   Figures from the Immigration Department showed that 66,176 foreign talents were approved to work in Hong Kong in 2018 which amounts to 1.67% of the total work force. This percentage is much lower than those of Switzerland and Singapore whose talent rankings top the world. Figures also showed that only 555 and 40 foreign talents were approved to work here under […]