Light Tea: After the activity, students receive a debriefing. They learn about the needs of children living in poverty and are encouraged to help them.─TWGHs Tsui Tsin Tong Kindergarten
Light Tea: Students take part in the "Child Labour" experiential workshop before the meal.─TWGHs Tsui Tsin Tong Kindergarten
Light Meal: "Child labours" working hard for food.─Free Methodist Mei Lam Primary School
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: Could one strive for success in a garment factory? Come and learn about the stories behind our consumption.─Buddhist Tai Kwong Chi Hong College
3 Meals a Day?!” Learning Scheme: Repetitive and hard work of fetching water is the portrayal of the poor.─Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Yuen Long)
Rich & Poor’s Tea Time: A piece of bread and a glass of water are valuable food to all children.─Tsing Yi Trade Association Kindergarten
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: Wealthy people enjoy their delicious feast. Do they earn it or they are just lucky?─Munsang College (Primary Section)
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: Students are working hard to earn a tasty meal.─Central & Western District St. Anthony’s School
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: We believe that through experiencing hunger, students will identify more easily with the poor and be more committed to help them.─Central & Western District St. Anthony’s School
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: After the experiential workshop, students determine to take action and response to the needs of children in hunger.─Central & Western District St. Anthony’s School
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: Students understand more about the lives of poor people after having a "simple lunch".─PLK Chan Yat Primary School
17-Hour Famine: After the workshops and thematic talk, students reflect on their experience and write down their feelings.─Carmel Secondary School
17-Hour Famine: Everyone listen attentively as classmates tell the stories of children in hunger.─Carmel Secondary School
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: Bread and oatmeal cannot make the students full. They learn more about how hungry children feel physically.─Po Chiu Catholic Secondary School
20-Hour Famine: Students wear the DIY T-shirts and remind each other about the determination of walking with the children in hunger.─Kowloon Tong School (Secondary Section)
Rich & Poor’s Banquet: They work very hard to pick the high quality coffee beans in order to get enough food for the family.─Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School
Joint Secondary School Famine 2015: Water is not easily accessible and this becomes an obstacle to the development of children in poverty.
Joint Secondary School Famine 2015: Students experience and learn about what it is like to study with limited resources like poor students.
Joint Secondary School Famine 2014: Eyes closed, arms and legs tied to understand the difficulties of disabled children living in hunger.
Joint Secondary School Famine 2014: Make use of the social media and speak up for children’s needs!
24-Hour Famine: Learn how street children live through participating in the thematic workshop.─Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School