Students jump from a jetty with Outward Bound in Sai Kung. The group faces an uncertain future thanks to protests and lockdowns drying up funding. Photo: May Tse Students jump from a jetty with Outward Bound in Sai Kung. The group faces an uncertain future thanks to protests and lockdowns drying up funding. Photo: May Tse
Students jump from a jetty with Outward Bound in Sai Kung. The group faces an uncertain future thanks to protests and lockdowns drying up funding. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong youth

Crisis looms for outdoor education provider Outward Bound in Hong Kong if cash crunch caused by protests, coronavirus persists

  • Kayaking, climbing, camping out – Outward Bound has been challenging Hongkongers to prove themselves through outdoor activities for 50 years
  • Its mission is to instil the ‘confidence to tackle the sort of situation that they would not face normally’. Now it faces a cash crunch amid protests, Covid-19

Topic |   Hong Kong youth
Students jump from a jetty with Outward Bound in Sai Kung. The group faces an uncertain future thanks to protests and lockdowns drying up funding. Photo: May Tse Students jump from a jetty with Outward Bound in Sai Kung. The group faces an uncertain future thanks to protests and lockdowns drying up funding. Photo: May Tse
Students jump from a jetty with Outward Bound in Sai Kung. The group faces an uncertain future thanks to protests and lockdowns drying up funding. Photo: May Tse
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