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Hong Kong Kids Ocean Week
Project organiser
Ocean Recovery Alliance

Classes on ocean protection on the beach.

Classes on ocean protection on the beach.

Formation of a large dolphin at Repulse Bay Beach

Formation of a large dolphin at Repulse Bay Beach

About the project

Hong Kong Kids Ocean Week aims to strengthen the understanding among Hong Kong students and the community on the importance of ocean protection and its ecosystem.

Kids Ocean Day was held on 9 November 2012. The first part of the event was school assemblies held at six international schools prior to the beach event in the afternoon. Over 600 school children ranging from 7 to 15 years old attended these assemblies. The importance and protection of the ocean and personal actions focusing on pollution/waste prevention were shared during the assemblies.

In the afternoon, over 800 children and volunteers from 14 schools (10 local and 4 international schools) gathered at Repulse Bay Beach and attended a short class on ocean protection. The core of the event was the creation of a large art exhibit of dolphin to be viewed from the air. It was created by the students sitting in the sand, forming the word “Ocean” in Chinese, and "Protection" in English.

The event received wide media coverage in Hong Kong and at least 15 other countries, with a positive message to our community on ocean protection.

A talk on ocean protection.

A talk on ocean protection.

A photo book created by  Ocean Recovery Alliance

A photo book created by Ocean Recovery Alliance

About Ocean Recovery Alliance

Ocean Recovery Alliance brings together creative thinking, technologies and collaborations to introduce innovative projects and initiatives that will help improve our ocean environment. This includes creating business opportunities for local communities to address some of the pressing issues faced by our ocean today.