Organisers – Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme

Tourism Commission (

The Tourism Commission was established in May 1999 and is under the Culture, Sports and Tourism Bureau. It is headed by the Commissioner for Tourism who is tasked to map out Government’s tourism development policy and strategy; to provide a focal point for liaison with the tourism industry and to enhance co-ordination in developing tourism.


The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) is the city’s largest youth service organisation. Since its establishment in 1960, the HKFYG has been providing opportunities and facilities for the social, educational, cultural, emotional and physical development of young people. Income is obtained primarily from government subvention, as well as grants from the Community Chest of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, other trust funds, programme fees, and both private and corporate donations.

The HKFYG, through its youth membership network, provides quality services that address the issues and concerns of young people and promotes healthy all-round development. Over 90 service units organise more than 25,000 activities annually, with attendance to the various programmes nearly six million a year. Over 500,000 registered members are engaged through the online platform, and the HKFYG app.

  • Youth S.P.O.Ts
  • M21 Multimedia Services
  • Counselling Services
  • Youth at Risk Services
  • Employment Services
  • Leadership Training
  • Volunteer Services
  • Parenting Services
  • Education Services
  • Creativity Education and Youth Exchange
  • Leisure, Cultural and Sports Services
  • Research and Publications