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Jockey Club 'Multicultural Leaders of the World' Programme is organized by WEDO GLOBAL Foundation. It is a territory-wide youth training Programme that welcomes Hong Kong Form 3 to 5 Chinese and non-Chinese students to participate. The Programme is fully funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and is FREE OF CHARGE. It aims to:

- Increase the students’ understanding and practices of Cultural Intelligence (CQ)

- Foster the collaboration among Chinese and non-Chinese youths

- Empower participants’ community involvement, global exposure, and increasing their awareness of social harmony

- Construct a multicultural harmonious Hong Kong together

Programme Introduction

Multicultural School Sharing 

Guest speakers from cross-cultural backgrounds will be invited to conduct sharing to enhance students’ understanding of multi-cultural concepts, cultural awareness and Cultural Intelligence (CQ). We hope students can understand how to face and tackle the conflicts and challenges related to culture.

Stage 1: Hi! Me

Selected participants will form cross-cultural teams to look into and understand the innovative cases from around the world to design how to apply those cases to solve the social problems happening in Hong Kong by using videos to introduce them. This stage enables participants to enhance their understanding of multi-culture, Cultural Intelligence (CQ), Sustainable Development Goals, and Design Thinking, also to enhance their confidence, personal understanding, cross-cultural teamwork, problem-solving skills, and a sense of community involvement and contribution.

Stage 2: Go! Global

Selected participants after completing stage 1 will have the opportunity to join a 5 days 4 nights Singapore learning exchange. Participants will learn how to construct a multicultural city and enhance their sense of global citizenship, global and cultural exposure through interaction with people in Singapore, exploration, and experience to understand more about the local social issues, solutions for tackling those issues, Cultural Intelligence, best practices on multicultural policies, as well as develop their global network.

Stage 3: Wow! WEDO

The closing ceremony will be organized by WEDO GLOBAL Foundation for participants to share their learning experience and outcome with people from Government, Corporates, Community and Schools. They will also share how to promote a multi-cultural and harmonious Hong Kong. Moreover, participants will be able to execute their innovative ideas and introduce Multi-culture and Sustainable Development Goals at school or community, to promote social inclusion.

Our Journey

Check out the growth of our multicultural youth leaders.

Sharing by Helen

When we came back to Hong Kong from Singapore, we met for the sharing session. We were required to think of something to share with each other. At that time, I suddenly came up with this: In a team, it is not necessary that everyone should be a leader, sometimes teamwork is more important than leadership. Yes, that’s what we learned in Stage 1&2. Everyone has their position in a team, but when a position is overlapped, why couldn’t we changed our position in order to build a team.

Sharing by Yvette

Through different games and activities, I have slowly opened up to people and understood that you must take a step forward and make the effort to get to know someone.This reflects how we must also be the one to take the initiative when it comes to overcoming the barrier of language and race in order to construct a multicultural society.

Sharing by Blossom

I could still remember the very first friend I met there who is a Pakistani. On the first day of training, I was in a panic as I did not know where was I supposed to have my lunch, but then, she came to me and asked if I would like to try Pakistani food and eat with her... I felt like she was my savior, and surely, I went with her. I was so new to that kind of food that I could not even order the food by myself. She recommended a few dishes she wanted me to try and ordered everything for me.We talked, we laughed, we had fun. It was a really nice experience eating with her, trying new food, learning about culture more thoroughly. I was astonished by how nice those people of different ethnicities are.

Our Actions

We continue to work together with people from different cultural backgrounds and sectors, to achieve a more multi-culture and inclusive society.

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