ENG
Programme Description: To introduce various projects funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, including "Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project".
Broadcast Date: Air every Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Commercial Radio 1 (FM 88.1).

5 July 2020
Guests:
  • Ms Annie Ng, Project Manager, Charities of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Professor Terry Lum, Head of Department of Social Work and Social Administration and Associate Director of Sau Po Centre on Ageing of The University of Hong Kong
  • Mr Veason So, Social Business Development Manager of YWCA Y Silver Link (awardee of Our City's Story Award of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme 2019)
  • Mr Poon Kin Yee, Senior Home and Living Consultant of YWCA Y Silver Link (awardee of Our City's Story Award of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme 2019)
Programme Content:
  • Introduce the background, contents and progress of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project, including the eight domains of an age-friendly city, the district-based programmes, the results of the cross-district assessment on age-friendliness, the survey findings of public views on Hong Kong housing, and how to engage different sectors in the society 
  • Introduce the details, awards and application methods of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme 2020
  • YWCA Y Silver Link, awardee of "Our City's Story Award" of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme 2019, introduces the trendy and useful elderly living products and "elderly home service" available in their shops and shares how to continue to promote an age-friendly culture
  • The sales consultant of Y Silver Link, who is a retired person, shares how he can make use of his strengths and knowledge in daily work (e.g. disseminate elderly living information from the elderly perspective and experiences) 

16 June 2019
Guests:
  • Mr Terrence Ho, Project Manager, Charities of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Mr Richard Leung, Co-founder of BNET-TECH Company Limited (winner of Age-friendly Innovation Award and Age-friendly Business Award of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme)
Programme Content:
  • Introduce the progress of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project
  • Update the implementation progress and future development of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme, including the Award Presentation Ceremony and Thematic Forum held on 5 June
  • Share the roles of business sector in promoting age-friendly environment and the challenges that often encountered
  • Share the design concept and successful factors of the winning product "STICKu" (a smart stick for the elderly), and other age-friendly practices of the participating organisations  

9 December 2018
Guests:
  • Mr Timothy Tam, Project Manager, Charities of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Dr Alma Au, Associate Professor of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Institute of Active Ageing
  • Mr Nivey Tsang, Business Development Director and Co-founder of Eldpathy
  • Ms Rebecca Chan, participant of district-based programme "Capacity Building for Older People through Photovoice"
Programme Content:
  • Highlight the overall achievements of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project since its launch
  • Introduce the six Special Awards under the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme and "My Favourite City Partnership Scheme Award" selected by public voting
  • Share the baseline assessment findings on the domain of "Outdoor spaces and buildings" and some real life examples on age-friendliness  
  • Share the contents, observations and learnings of the district-based programme "Capacity Building for Older People through Photovoice" jointly organised by university and social enterprise

17 June 2018 
Guests:
  • Ms Imelda Chan, Head of Charities (Grant Making – Elderly, Rehabilitation, Medical, Environment & Family) of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Ms Agnes Lau, Project Manager, Charities of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Representative of Christian Family Service Centre (the organiser of Kwun Tong district-based programme "Walking Kwun Tong for Active Ageing")
  • Participant of the district-based programme "Walking Kwun Tong for Active Ageing"
  • Mr Watson Chan, Deputy CEO (Policy and Business Development) of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (one of the four supporting organisations of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme)
Programme Content:
  • Introduce the progress of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project 
  • Share the latest achievements of district-based programmes in collaboration with community organisations 
  • Share the Kwun Tong district-based programme "Walking Kwun Tong for Active Ageing" which won the award of "Best Active Ageing Programme (Community)" in 2018, and what the participants have gained from the programme 
  • Introduce the launch of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme, including its objectives, programme contents and the roles of companies / organisations in promoting age-friendly city

13 November 2017  
Guests:
  • Mr Leong Cheung, Executive Director, Charities and Community of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Mr Richard Lee, Functional Manager of The Chinese University of Hong Kong Jockey Club Institute of Ageing
  • Mr Tsang Kwok-kwong, Project Ambassador
  • Representative of St. James' Settlement Central and Western District Elderly Community Centre (organiser of one of the district-based programmes in Central and Western district)
Programme Content:
  • Introduce the progress and overall achievements since the launch of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project
  • Share the experience of implementation of district-based programme and the takeaways of Project Ambassador
  • Share real life examples of the eight domains of age-friendly city and suggestions of improving age-friendliness in the community

7 May 2017 
Guests:
  • Ms Imelda Chan, Head of Charities (Grant Making – Elderly, Rehabilitation, Medical, Environment & Family) of The Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Professor Jean Woo, Director of The Chinese University of Hong Kong Jockey Club Institute of Ageing
  • Representative of Sik Sik Yuen Ho Tai Neighbourhood Centre for Senior Citizens (organiser of one of the district-based programmes in Sha Tin)
  • Representative of Helping Hand Cheung Muk Tau Holiday Centre for the Elderly (organiser of one of the district-based programmes in Tai Po)
  • Project Ambassador Mr Sy Ching-tam
Programme Content:
  • Introduce the objectives, major components and project partners of the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project
  • Share the information of district-based programmes implemented in Sha Tin and Tai Po, including an activity day under a district-based programme promoting healthy exercise, as well as an exhibition of life story books and recognition ceremony for volunteers of the programme "Story of my life"

Initiated and funded by:

image

Project partners:

  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • The University of Hong Kong
  • Lingnan University
  • The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Jockey Club Institute of Ageing
  • Sau Po Centre on Ageing
  • Asia-Pacific Institute of Ageing Studies
  • Institute of Active Ageing
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image
  • image