Supported by the Knowledge Transfer Fund at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, a group of urban planners, psychologists, social workers and artists are organizing a series of events to explore how their professions can collectively nourish healthy individuals and resilient families in environmentally sustainable and human relationship-rich communities.
If you are a psychologist, social worker, artist, urban planner or simply someone who is interested in this exciting endeavour, you are invited to join the first Workshop on the captioned and explore with us the possibilities of ‘people and family-centred’ urban planning and development. Details of the Workshop are as follows:
Date: 24 May 2014 (Saturday)
Time: 1:00 pm to 5:15 pm
Venue: Room 712, 7/F, William M W Mong Engineering Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/chinese/campus/cuhk-campus-map.html)
Attached are the Chinese and English flyers. The language used in the Workshop will be Cantonese but there will be an English table if there are non-Cantonese speaking participants.
We should be most grateful if you can fill in the registration form and return to us before 17 May 2014 (Friday).
For enquiries, please contact Mr. Chiu Man TSANG at firstname.lastname@example.org or 5480 9544.
Mee Kam Ng
PI, Knowledge Transfer Project - ‘Nourishing a Life of Dignity: Healthy Individuals, Resilient Families and Sustainable Communities’