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Mr. Daniel Cheung, Principal of CARE, is awarded as one of The Ten Outstanding Young Persons 2005. The Ten Outstanding Young Persons Selection is organized by the Junior Chamber International Hong Kong (formerly Hong Kong Junior Chamber), to give formal recognition to the young people who excel in professional endeavours and commitment to the community; to promote prominent roles played by the aspiring young people in shaping a better future for society; and to provide an incentive to all the promising young people who seek further advancement in personal achievement as well as public services.
Mr. Cheung has been involved in a large variety of architectural developments including universities, tertiary institutions, schools, museums, railway project, master planning, commercial developments and residential developments. Projects involved by Cheung include Lingnan University New Campus Development (Certificate of Merit, HKIA Aannual Awards 1996), The Hong Kong Community College Hung Hom Campus and West Kowloon Campus, Extension for Wah Yan College , Hong Kong and Kowloon , etc. In recent years, he has been involved in the organization of various community programmes to promote architecture to the general public, especially the school communities. Projects organized by Cheung under CARE include: School Facilities Programming Guide Workshop, Caring for Our School Environment, Workshops for Exhibition Centre at Housing Authority, Caring for Our Heritage (winning entry of Hong Kong Heritage Awards 2005), Caring for Our Community, Community Workshops for Waterfront Development at Eastern District and Transforming Our Community Heritage, and projects organized by Mr. Cheung for HKIA include: Architecture of Care (1999), Architecture of Learning (2000), and Learn to Care, Care to Learn (2001-2002).
Many of the above projects have subsequently been documented and published. Mr. Cheung has also been involved in research studies for the elders, sustainable development, educational architecture and community participatory research. He also delivers speeches and lectures regularly at various tertiary institutions and for various community organizations on the above topics.


Enviro Series Conference

  Urban Regeneration - A Key to Hong Kong's Sustainable Future

21 September 2005

  Policies and Priniciples of Heritage Conservation and Urban Regeneration
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  Caring for Our Community Exhibition 2005
The Opening Ceremony of Caring for Our Community Exhibition 2005 was held on 3 July. Creative community designs by participants are exhibited at Central Plaza , Wanchai until 10th July. Please come and share the hard work.




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Prof. Bernard V. Lim and Principal Daniel Cheung were invited as the Speakers on the topic of "From Barrier Free Access to Universal Design: toward the inclusion of all ages and human diversity" at the Transport for All Seminar co-organized by the Transport Department, the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong and Hong Kong Occupation Therapy Association on Friday, 12 November 2004. The presentation makes an overview of the current accessibility code as the starting point for developing and adopting universal design in shaping human interactions with the environment. ( 16 November 2004 )

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The Planning Department organized Kai Tak Planning Review Stage 1 Public Participation: Community's vision for Kai Tak V Public Forum (3) on 30 October 2004 at Telford Plaza II, Kowloon Bay . Prof. Bernard Lim gave a presentation on Planning of Kai Tak V Proposed Major Considerations for Excellent Urban Design, and Mr Peter Lau also gave a presentation on Caring for Our Community Project V Selected Works from Kowloon City.





Prof. Bernard Lim presented a paper titled Participatory Approach: Students as the Leaders in the 2004 Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management Regional Conference V Educational Leadership in Pluralistic Societies on 22 October 2004. The conference was organized by The Centre for Educational Leadership, The University of Hong Kong, and School of Education Science , East China Normal University , Shanghai , China . ( 1 November 2004 )

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Prof. Bernard Lim shared his views on recent heritage conservation issues on Saturday 25 September RTHK Channel 1-"Hong Kong Letter a ", which may be listened on RTHK as following link:



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Briefing sessions for our coming project Transforming Our Community Heritage will be held at 4 September 2004 and 5 September 2004 . A seminar on topics Conservation of Heritage Site in Hong Kong and Sustainable Development of Community Heritage, given by Mr. Kenneth Tam, Architect from ASD, and Ms. Betty Ho, Vice-chairman from the Conservancy Association, will also be held together with the briefing session at 5 September 2004. The Seminar aims at giving participant a fundamental concept of Sustainable Development in Community Heritage. ( 13 September 2004 )

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Mr. Daniel Cheung, Executive Principal of CARE, was invited as a speaker at the "Heritage Conservation - we all gain" Citizen Hearing held at the City University organized by The Conservancy Association on 18 July 2004 . At the occasion, Cheung delivered CARE's position paper on heritage conservation. (28 July 2004)

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Letter from Dr. Edgar Chan, Vice-Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, to CARE on launching of the "Invitation and Response" document, which aims at seeking the public's views on issues related to sustainable development in three areas - Solid Waste Management, Renewable Energy and Urban Living Space. CARE is invited to spread the message of sustainability and promote the engagement activities. (23 July 2004)

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Prof. Bernard V. Lim was invited as a Panel Speaker on the topic of "Urban Living Space" at the Strategy Forum organized by the Council for Sustainable Development and Hong Kong People's Council for Sustainable Development on Saturday, 17 July 2004; the Forum was the first forum organized after the launching of the Invitation and Response Document: "Sustainable Development - Making Choices for Our Future" on 15 July by the Council, chaired by Hon. Donald Tsang, engaging the community in the process of formulating key policy issues about the shape of our sustainable future. The document is available on website:

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Hon. Principal Prof. Bernard V. Lim was interviewed on 18 June, 2004 by CNBC Asia - "Asia Market Watch" programme ( 11:20am HK time), to discuss issues of built heritage conservation in Hong Kong on behalf of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects. (21 June 2004)


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The Centre of Architectural Research for Education, Elderly, Environment and Excellence Ltd. (CARE) was awarded the Sustainable Development Fund in May 2004, for our two-year educational project Transforming Our Community Heritage. The Project aims to provide an opportunity for integrated participation between school communities and professionals to develop creative design proposals for transforming our community heritage to meet the needs and aspirations of each individual district and the community at large. Through an interactive, participatory process, students' research and ideas will provide stimulating, spontaneous and original contributions to the District Councils, Government and the community. Please refer to our webpage's Transforming Our Community Heritage section for details. (21 June 2004)