Society and Livelihood

May 30, 2024

Supporting Wellness of Young People Transitioning into Work

Youth I.D.E.A.S. 75 Society and Livelihood —— Supporting Wellness of Young People Transitioning into Work In recent years, there has been growing concern over the emotional and mental well-being of Hong Kong’s younger generation. While much attention has been given to the teenage group, the challenges faced by young adults transitioning from school to the workforce often go unnoticed. These individuals encounter various pressures and obstacles related to work, relationships, environmental changes, and adapting to new experiences. Consequently, they encounter significant challenges, which can have a detrimental impact on their mental health. Hong Kong has long been recognised as a […]
July 25, 2023
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Working Towards Sustainable Consumption

Youth I.D.E.A.S. 73 Society and Livelihood — Working Towards Sustainable Consumption   Over the past few decades, Hong Kong has experienced rapid economic development, transforming it into an internationally affluent city. However, this has also resulted in excessive resource consumption and waste disposal. As Hong Kong enters a post-pandemic recovery phase and society returns to normal, it is worth all stakeholders in society to consider how to change their consumption habits, and what the Government and society as a whole could do to aid the transition to sustainable and carbon-neutral lifestyles. The Youth I.D.E.A.S. has conducted research about “Working Towards Sustainable Consumption”. Data was […]
May 30, 2022

A Study on the Rise of Fake News

  Youth I.D.E.A.S. 68 Livelihood A Study on the Rise of Fake News   The advancement of information technology and online platforms, has enabled people across the globe to have new ways to connect to each other, gather and spread information. In an era of information expansion, the spread of “fake news”[1] has become an increasingly serious issue in many regions of the world. It influences people’s behaviour and choices and can create public panic[2] and social division. The decline in collective trust is significant.   Many international authorities have taken action to limit the spread of fake news. The […]
September 27, 2021

Unleashing the Potential of Local Entertainment Industry

Youth I.D.E.A.S. 64 Livelihood Unleashing the Potential of Local Entertainment Industry 22 September, 2021     Since 2009, the HKSAR Government has listed the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) as one of Hong Kong’s six key industries. In 2018, the Cultural and Creative Industries contributed 4.4% to the SAR’s GDP and employed 5.6% of its workforce. It is therefore considered one of Hong Kong’s most dynamic industries.   The CCI comprise a wide range of activities that utilises creativity and intellectual capital to produce cultural, artistic and creative content. Entertainment activities such as music, film, television programme production, and online […]
May 17, 2021

Balancing Privacy Protection and Big Data Development

  Youth I.D.E.A.S. 60 Livelihood Balancing Privacy Protection and Big Data Development 16 May, 2021     There has been an increase in the development of digital identity worldwide with both public and private sectors utilising big data analysis and facial recognition to improve the efficiency and convenience of services. Through the support of artificial intelligence and deep learning, the accuracy of facial recognition by robots has surpassed that of humans, as shown in the GaussianFace algorithm developed by the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014.   According to a tech economy report, the global market of facial recognition […]