Caritas Wu Cheng-Chung Secondary School

To echo with the United Nations, Caritas Wu cheng-chung Secondary School (CWCCSS) was celebrating the International Day of Peace on the 21st September, 2018. A series of activities were carried out to promote peace and fairness among peoples and nations.

Students at CWCCSS come from more than 10 countries. In such an international campus, the spirit of peace, fairness, love and unity can be realized.

During the morning assembly, there was a short sharing to the whole school. To show their concern, participants posted their little cards on the display boards at recess. Also, some avid students made decorations displaying the word ‘PEACE’ at the tuck shop area so that all participants could take snapshots with it during lunch time and later posted them on social media. This was to arouse the awareness of people around the world.  The highlight was the chorus performed by both teachers and students. What a meaningful day it is!

Chan Sui Ki (La Salle) Primary School, Hong Kong

We encouraged our students, teachers and lay-partners to ignite our hearts of PEACE. There are origami, prayer service, colouring and design competition, movie screening to seek peace in our own hearts, in our homes and with our friends and neighbours.

Origami-heart of peace

Heart of peace with wishes

 

 

 

Don Bosco South Asian Youth Service

Peace

“Peace is Flowing like a River, Flowing for you and Me” the whole world is looking upto leaders of the countries for achieving Peace. People like to see others bringing peace to world. Naturally, because people develop their mind set that Peace comes from Leaders of the Nation or Political peace. But the fact is that Peace start from within a Person. Even if there is political turmoil, peace could be achieved within the heart of the Person. Outside disturbance is only a triggering factor to disturb the peace within. People who give into such attitudes, get trapped by confusion and problematic attitude which results in loss of Peace. Peace is from within a Person and never agree to agree with disturbed attitude.  Peace is just flowing like the river. Allow the river of Peace to flow in you.

 

 

Fukien Secondary School Affiliated School

Integrate the message through lessons in lower primary levels

Students were asked to design and colour World Peace posters.

Spreading the message of peace and love in school through the classroom display board.

Teachers brainstorming ways to create and maintain a peaceful ambience in classrooms.

Students danced and sang the song ‘Perhaps Love’.

Global Art Hong Kong

Hong Kong & International Art Competition

The annual competition was created in Year 2000 as a way to showcase the artistic talents of our students throughout the world. Globalart organizes national and international competitions each year with the following aims:

1. To provide a platform to promote inter-cultural and racial integration
2. To promote the importance in learning art to inculcate good discipline, organizational and communication skill to children.
3. To provide students to excel art in every aspect of life and also being part of education as well

International Art Competition in the past Five Years:

Year Art Theme Host Country
2018 “Celebration” Myanmar
2017 My Dream City Malaysia
2016 World of Circus China
2015 Love Cambodia
2014 Heal the World The Philippines
2013 My Invention Indonesia

Globalart highly promote “the Right to Peace” message through full support and best mutual respect the different cultures, and fully highlight peace-related art theme every year in regional, national and international art competition.

 

2018 India Art Competition

2018 Indonesia Art Competition

2018 Malaysia Art Competition

2018 Singapore Art Competition

2018 Thailand Art Competition

Kiangsu – Chekiang College (Kwai Chung)

  1. School Talk

A school talk regarding ‘Thoughts of youth’ was organized by UNICEF HK on 12 September 2018.  In the talk, students were able to gain a better understanding of their anxieties, concerns and views by listening to the life stories of other young people.

  1. The International Day of Peace Sharing

On 21 September 2018, we had a sharing regarding the International Day of Peace during the school morning assembly.  The theme for 2018: “The Right to Peace – The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70” was introduced.

 

  1. Peacemakers Youth Training Camp 2018

The camp aims to nurture the youths as Peacemakers and to deepen their knowledge in the 17 UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) and Peace. Besides strengthening the independence, compatibility and ability to obey, the camp also aims to build a sportsmanship for the youth in daily lives.

 

  1. Interclass Bulletin Board Design competition regarding Equality, Rights and Responsibilities

All classes were invited to design their class bulletin boards to promote the importance of Racial Equality, Rights and Responsibilities.

 

Junior Chamber International Victoria

Activity Title

Soccer For Peace

 

Brief on Activity

“Soccer for Peace is one of the ‘Peace is Possible’ projects of Junior Chamber International Victoria aiming to unite children of different cultures in their shared love of soccer. Perhaps more than any other sports, soccer is used as a catalyst for positive change all over the world. Going beyond simply kicking a ball, soccer is a universal language that can cross boundaries and break down barriers. It is a wonderful testament to the global appeal of a game which can so easily connect people of different nationalities, ethnicities and backgrounds. United in their love of the game, participants in our programs could form relationships, establish trust and build respect among teammates and antagonists. With this as our guiding principle, Soccer for Peace believes that soccer can serve as both a metaphor and vehicle for peace in our time. Junior Chamber International Victoria has initiated Soccer For Peace programs to promote peace advocacy, support communities, and to establish a culture of peace among individuals of all races, communities and organisations. Soccer For Peace aims to support the future of children, youth, and their leadership as agent’s peaceful change in their communities. We seek collaborations with other global organisations and government ministries in order to maximize program impact without wasting
resources.”

No. of Participates

100

 

 

Rosebud Primary School

  1. Funfair

 

2. International Week

                              

 

3. Chinese Cultural Week

 

4. Graduation Ceremony

 

 

Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School (WK)

Abina Jonathan Samuel S. 6B

I took this wonderful photo as I was amazed on how two different people with different races came together and looked at the same thing and even though there was a communication barrier they still don’t mind showing their feeling on how they feel about the lantern riddle but this didn’t bother them at all

Its amazing how to see different how different races comes and appreciate different cultures and enjoy their stories I wish all people can learn from these two young kids that language doesn’t matter and different races doesn’t matter as long as you guys are willing to accept and understand their culture .

Tariq Maryam S.4B

In the picture, there are my schoolmates who are starting a race. Most of the contestants have different nationality with different skin colours. They are competing against each other.

The reason I chose this photo is because in this photo, I see peace and love. Even we come from different countries and we have different skin colours, we can still stand fair match in the same place.

This picture also shows how we could be celebrating for humanity.

Law Ho Nang  Class: S.6C

I took this picture as I amazed how they helps each other learning Chinese culture, through this Mid – autumn festival

And in this picture there are different races and totally different culture learning through this Mid-autumn festival and helps each other to get a better understanding about this festival and the old fairy tales.

St Paul’s Convent School

SPCS embraces and actively promotes the idea of “peace” in different forms.

Our students promote peace through artistic presentation like painting and drama.

Our prefects volunteered as guided tour helpers to promote the use of science and technology as a solution to global problems in campus and in the community.

To pass the message of sustainability to our future generations, we introduce the
space pumpkin to our nursery students.

Outreaching to the community and partnering to promote peace is our mission.

Our students become Peace Ambassador and collaborate with fellow youths in finding solutions to promote peace.

 

Participating in the Annual Peace celebration to meet global and local peacemakers to embrace cultural diversity.

 

Junior Chamber International Victoria

Soccer for Peace

“Soccer for Peace is one of the ‘Peace is Possible’ projects of Junior Chamber International Victoria aiming to unite children of different cultures in their shared love of soccer. Perhaps more than any other sports, soccer is used as a catalyst for positive change all over the world. Going beyond simply kicking a ball, soccer is a universal language that can cross boundaries and break down barriers. It is a wonderful testament to the global appeal of a game which can so easily connect people of different nationalities, ethnicity and backgrounds. United in their love of the game, participants in our programs could form relationships, establish trust and build respect among teammates and antagonists. With this as our guiding principle, Soccer for Peace believes that soccer can serve as both a metaphor and vehicle for peace in our time. Junior Chamber International Victoria has initiated Soccer For Peace programs to promote peace advocacy, support communities, and to establish a culture of peace among individuals of all races, communities and organisations. Soccer For Peace aims to support the future of children, youth, and their leadership as agent’s peaceful change in their communities. We seek collaborations with other global organisations and government ministries in order to maximize program impact without wasting
resources.”

No. of Participates

100