DragoNation Mentorship Programme 2017 opening ceremony took place on 31/3/2017 at Ladies Recreation Club. It was our honor to invite one of our mentor Junia to give us a speech and we learned a lot form her and other mentors. After the opening ceremony, our mentees met with their mentors at different platform. Mentors and
Dragons have developed friendship with each other after Dragon 100 or other programme. We will have informal gathering for dragons in Hong Kong. We also welcome dragons from other countries come to visit Hong Kong and us so that we can catch up with each other.
Neighbourhood First brings the community together and is led by Hong Kong’s young people. They put neighbours first by showing them care and concern, with a sense of responsibility and civic mindedness. DragoNation fully supported the charity casserole feast (Pun Choi) under the community program of Neighbourhood First organized by The Hong Kong Federation
Aiming at a green, smart and low carbon city, Kowloon East becomes the second Central Business District (“CBD2”) and numerous green buildings and infrastructure have been designed and built. Smart city, ecologically-responsible development, walkable neighborhood and zero/low carbon buildings are imperatives. We had a 2-hour walk at zero carbon building on 7 Jan, 2017. The
Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of The Helena May, we have arranged a short tour in the Club on 29 Oct to bring audiences an unforgettable legacy experience, followed with a noble dialogue made by a renowned inter-disciplinary artist Mr. Kingsley Ng, who was our Dragon alumni, at the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre to disclose to us
Ginger Heart – Fundraising for Operation Santa Claus 2016 Christmas is coming! While we are looking forward to the joy of the festival: cool stuff we will get, delicious food and treats, and lots of time to enjoy life and have fun with family and friends; let’s extend our generosity to share joy and happiness
Living in Hong Kong, a city of hustle and bustle, some choose to turn a blind eye to the happenings whilst some react violently. How could we, city-dwellers, make a difference to the society, if not to the world, in the midst of indifference and indignation? DragoNation, the alumni association of all programmes of the
Our long-awaited DragonNation Day is finally here! Following the success of last year’s forum on Social Innovation, in 2016 we feature dreamful doers – Entrepreneurs to motivate your entrepreneurial pursuits! This year, it is our honorable delights to have invited Mr. Francis Ngai Wah-sing, Founder and CEO of Social Ventures Hong Kong as keynote speaker.
The eight edition of the event was successfully held at Mission Hills Golf Club Dongguan Clubhouse. We are grateful for the good weather, warm-hearted golfers and enthusiastic volunteers. We were very pleased to have Leon Toh (D100-2015-Singapore) and Louisa Mak (D100-2012, Miss Hong Kong pageant 2015) joining as guests. DragoNation, and the dragon alumni, have
DragoNation 3rd diversity chamber was held on 9th April Saturday at F11 museum in Happy Valley! We are glad to have Vice-president and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of The University of Hong Kong Mr. Douglas So, the founder of F11, to share with us how a Grade III historical building was revitalized into a three-storey Art Deco Photographic
Dragon 100 will set off on The Silk Road this year! Apply NOW and grab the chance to get connected with like-minded youth from around the world! Participants will learn and experience what the “One Belt One Road” initiative is all about, and most importantly to discover the vast opportunity, establish friendship and network with
Neighbourhood First brings the community together and is led by Hong Kong’s young people. They put neighbours first by showing them care and concern, with a sense of responsibility and civic mindedness. DragoNation fully supported the charity casserole feast (Pun Choi) under the community program of Neighbourhood First organized by The Hong Kong Federation of