- Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition
- Hong Kong Youth 3D Animation Competition
- Hong Kong Youth Science Fiction Writing Competition
Since its launch in 1997, the “Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Invention Competition”(HKYSTIC) is now the largest and most popular science competition in Kong Kong with nearly 10,000 applicants from over 300 schools participating in this annual event. The competition targets kindergarten, primary and secondary school students and teachers, with categories including Science Fiction Drawing, Invention, Research, Science and Technology Practical Activity. The winning projects will have the opportunity to be nominated to participate in the largest national science competition in China – China Adolescent Science and Technology Invention Contest which is hosted by different mainland cities in August annually.
Official Website of HKYSTIC: http://stic.newgen.org.hk
Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Invention Competition 10-11
HKNGCA Science Innovation Centre
Education Bureau, Innovation and Technology Commission
The largest science competition in the academia in Hong Kong - "Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Invention Competition 10-11" organized by our Centre together with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University came to a successful conclusion on 27 March when the award ceremony was held. More than 4,000 entries were received from over 400 primary schools, kindergartens, and paint studios in Hong Kong. In additiion to the newly designed online application system for this competition, the judgment methods of participants’ entries were also changed to entries exhibitions from the traditional personal face-to-face judgment, and entries were exhibited to the public immediately after the judgment was made by the jury, thereby keeping in line with national and international science competitions. Winning entries were also subsequently exhibited in various public places in Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories, sharing the achievement of the competition with the general public in Hong Kong.