Due to special circumstances which the Hong Kong Cultural Centre is now temporarily closed, the performance “Yan Chai Hospital Chinese Opera Night 2019” at 7:15pm on 11 November 2019 has been cancelled. Please keep the original intact ticket(s) (with stubs) for refund.
Arrangement of Refund:
On or Before 10 December 2019: Please bring along your original ticket(s) to the Yan Chai Hospital Board Office (10/F., Block C, Yan Chai Hospital, 7-11 Yan Chai Street, Tsuen Wan) during business hours (Monday to Friday, 9:30am – 12:30pm & 2:30pm – 5:30pm), or call Ms. Carmen Lam at 2416 8033 for enquiries. Thank you for your kind attention.
Yan Chai is committed to providing students with quality learning environment and promoting healthy school culture. The “Healthy Schools in Yan Chai” project, which is planned in response to the Healthy School Policy of the Education Bureau, has successfully gained the financial support from the Beat Drug Fund and has begun. Also, we will work with different professional institutes and artists to provide Anti-drug Education programmes which help our students develop a healthy lifestyle and build up positive attitude to life.
On the other hand, our schools have utilized the resources from the Environment and Conservation Fund to facilitate with energy-saving devices and organize various educational activities, so as to establish a green living culture at schools.
We are committed to building up healthy school culture and establishing positive attitude to life for our students. The “Healthy Schools in Yan Chai” project has been supported by the Beat Drug Fund since the 2012/2013 academic year. In addition to organising healthy activities and interest groups, the Project also serves to identify the students in need of assistance and to provide them with immediate consultation. The Project of “Healthy Schools in Yan Chai” continues in 2017/2018 school year in order to spread and deepen the ideas of Healthy Schools Project. It is participated by five of our affiliated secondary schools and anti-drug elements are included. In 2017, we organised for the first time the “Healthy Schools in Yan Chai – Drug-free School Art Creation” activity, and invited Hong Kong artist Bigsoil to be the resident-artist in our secondary schools. From July to October 2017, Bigsoil visited five schools and led students know more about themselves, express their feelings and develop positive values through painting and sharing.
Hong Kong artist Bigsoil led students know more about themselves, express their feelings and develop positive values through painting and sharing.
Our students were marveled when seeing all the students’ paintings conjoined as a giant picture