Anik Herawati Liechti and son Max, 8, juggle balls at Po Leung Kuk Lam Man Chan English Primary School in To Kwa Wan. They are part of a pilot project aimed at getting kids to be more physically active. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Anik Herawati Liechti and son Max, 8, juggle balls at Po Leung Kuk Lam Man Chan English Primary School in To Kwa Wan. They are part of a pilot project aimed at getting kids to be more physically active. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Culture of activity for Hong Kong kids as pilot project looks to combat a generation bingeing on screen time

  • The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust programme encourages children to take part in activities with their parents to foster a love for sports
  • The programme is also using analytics and big data to track results as parents still struggle to prioritise fitness alongside academics

Anik Herawati Liechti and son Max, 8, juggle balls at Po Leung Kuk Lam Man Chan English Primary School in To Kwa Wan. They are part of a pilot project aimed at getting kids to be more physically active. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Anik Herawati Liechti and son Max, 8, juggle balls at Po Leung Kuk Lam Man Chan English Primary School in To Kwa Wan. They are part of a pilot project aimed at getting kids to be more physically active. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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