A 54-strong team of Form Four students had an enjoyable time with 42 children during a two-day Social Service Project. It was jointly organised by the Hong Kong Union for Young Leaders (HKUYL) and the Henry G Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre. The aim of the project was to raise students' sense of commitment and dedication to the community. It is hoped that by serving those in need, students will gain a sense of responsibility to help those less fortunate than themselves. The project was also part of the HKUYL's larger programme to choose representatives to attend the annual Hugh O'Brian Youth World Leadership Congress to be held in the United States this summer. Chairman of the HKUYL is sixth former Frank Lee Wang-fai from Wah Yan College. He said: 'Over the past few years we have worked on different projects for the elderly, hospital patients and children. This was the first time we have asked the Henry G Leong Centre to join us. 'We know that they have been helping children of new immigrants in their district and over the years, they have earned a good reputation. We therefore think they can be a good partner. 'The project is one of our two programmes to choose representatives for the yearly Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Congress in the States. The other will be a four-day camp called the Youth Leadership Seminar in April,' he said. The annual Hugh O'Brian Youth World Leadership Congress is conducted by the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation, founded by Hugh O'Brian in 1958. Every year more than 200 young people from more than 40 countries attend the congress in the US. They are provided with opportunities to develop critical thinking skills and social responsibility through challenging projects, games, forums and discussions.