A Training camp has been organised to help a group of young leaders from Hong Kong gain a better understanding of China and discuss ways to boost the city's links with the mainland. The camp, organised by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG), is being held in Beijing until Tuesday. The teenagers are experiencing the history and culture of the mainland during the nine-day trip. They also get to learn about China's economic development, politics and judicial system. HKFYG executive director Rosanna Wong Yick-ming shared her experiences and feelings with the participants before they left for Beijing. In addition, Maria Tam Wai-chu, a deputy to China's National People's Congress, gave a talk on the 'one country, two systems' principle at the seminar, which was held on August 14. Launched in 2006, the 'Hong Kong 200' is a 10-year programme aimed at encouraging young people to contribute to the community. The organiser selects 200 young leaders every year based on their leadership potential, academic performance and participation in social activities.