Date：29 January 2021 (Friday)
Time：3:00 - 5:00pm
Format：Online webinar via Zoom (Please ensure you have a stable internet connection and a suitable environment to join the session)
Target：People and organizations who are interested in cultural innovation, cross-sector collaboration, social innovation and cross-media cooperation (SEBC funded projects would be handled with priority)
Capacity: 40 (first-come, first-served)
Fee: Free Admission
RSVP: Register Online
Enquiry: Priscilla Wong (email@example.com)
Please register online on or before 26 January 2021 (Tuesday). Successful registrants will receive a confirmation email by 27 January, 2021 (Wednesday).
LEE Tin Yan
Mr LEE Tin Yan has been working as a social worker for 18 years in the field of family, elderly, school social work, community development and singleton hostel service. In the recent years, he focuses on the management and development of elderly services. The services under his supervision include day care centre for the elderly, district elderly community centre, neighbourhood elderly centre and care & attention home for the elderly. Besides, he also participates in the public communication and image building work of his agency.
Having been raised by his grandparents, Herman CHAN is deeply committed to improving the livelihood of the elderly in Hong Kong and promoting empathy for senior citizens is his goal. Witnessing firsthand the disconnect between the generations in today’s society, Herman set up Eldpathy, the purpose of which is to develop young people’s understanding towards seniors. Eldpathy also advocates “active ageing”, by recruiting Elderly Instructors for Elderly Simulation Programmes.Facing financial challenges to set up his organisation, Herman did not give up. Since 2012, Eldpathy has organised over 800 activities, allowing around 30,000 participants to experience how life changes with aging through the Elderly Simulation Programmes. Around 30 Elderly Instructors were trained to interact with the younger counterparts to enhance their mutual understanding.
Prof. Mo Kar Him
Prof. Mo Kar Him is Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture. Prior to joining CUHK, Kar Him has led a number of consultancy projects on policy review advocating for sustainable development. His current research focuses on urban health and wellbeing in built environment and advocates for community participation and user-orientated co-creation in the process of design and planning. Apart from studio teaching in the School of Architecture, Kar Him is largely involved in the Urban Studies Programme teaching urban sustainability, digital design techniques and urban design studio.