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
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

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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
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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