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ICE HKA G&S “Shaping Our Future City 2019: Presentation-cum-Exhibition”

Following the success of ICE 200 Shaping Our Future City from last year, a half-year campaign, namely “Shaping Our Future City 2019”, has been organised for over 60 Form 4 and Form 5 students from 14 local secondary schools from January to April 2019 with the theme of “Accessibility, Connectivity and Vibrancy”. The campaign aims to inspire the youth and stimulate interest in Hong Kong’s future development and the engineering world. Supported by Government departments, local tertiary institutions and engineering firms, students have broadened their horizons with the guidance of 50 passionate civil engineering graduates and students. The campaign will culminate in a presentation-cum-exhibition at City Gallery, in which students will showcase their solutions to two challenges in Hong Kong to the public which are related to underground development and transportation infrastructure.

The campaign will culminate in a public presentation-cum-exhibition in late April at City Gallery to showcase the works done by the students and to introduce infrastructure development and civil engineering to the public. The exhibition showing some Hong Kong projects, university programme introduction and the students' proposals will be held from 19 April to 13 May 2019, and the public presentation by the students will be held on 27 April 2019. Stay tuned for the public presentation-cum-exhibition and how the students will be shaping our future city!

Details of exhibition and activities are as follows:

Event Venue Date Time
Presentation
(Details &
Registration)
3/F Multi-purpose Hall,
City Gallery
27 April 2019 12:00 - 18:00
Exhibition 3/F Meeting Room,
City Gallery
19 April 2019 to
13 May 2019
Monday to Thursday:
10:00 - 18:00
Friday to Sunday and Public Holidays:
10:00 - 19:00
Closed on Tuesdays
(except Public Holidays)

For details, please visit https://www.ice.org.uk/events/ice-hka-g-s-shaping-our-future-city-2019-hong-kong


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