SCI/NUCLEUS and St. James’ Settlement co-organized an artistic workshop on 29 April 2017 for volunteers to understand more about people with mild intellectual disability. Service target can exercise their creativity and relieve stress by folding paper and using marbles to draw. As the second half of SCI/NUCLEUS Service Learning Project on DisABILITIES, we hope that … Continue Reading →
Hong Kong is one of the most advanced cities in the world, but it still has a long way to go on the right of people with disabilities. Change starts from self-reflection and understanding.
SCI/NUCLEUS initiated a Service Learning Project on DisABILITIES in a bid to raise public awareness and develop mutual understanding and respect. … Continue Reading →
Although Hong Kong is often dubbed as a concrete jungle, more than 70% of this dazzling city’s land is countryside with rich biodiversity. One of the remarkable aspects of Hong Kong’s environment is the large variety of butterfly species spotted in Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve (鳳園蝴蝶保育區).
SCI/NUCLEUS cooperated with the Reserve to organize a … Continue Reading →
SCI/NUCLEUS cooperated with the Christian Action to organize a “A Day in HKUST” event on 1 April 2017 to engage Ethnic Minority Children to understand more about the real life application of Science.
Passionate volunteers accompanied our little guests to play interesting checkpoint games on HKUST campus to learn some basic scientific knowledge and take … Continue Reading →