Blueinno STEM Project Presentation Day
The more we share, the more we have
Blueinno STEM Project Presentation Day is an annual event to encourage students to share their innovative ideas to the public. Since 2016, our students have been working hard to share their working prototypes to tech leaders and professors, who are invited to give feedback to their ideas.
Our Exceptional Students
Watch our students present their final projects at our bi-annual STEM Project Presentation Day.
8th: 02 Jul, 2023 @ Hong Kong Science Park
Guest of Honor: Mr. Wilson Kwok, Head of Technical Services, The Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd.
Judge: Mr. Yuk Man Chan, Corporate Development, ZERO Biotech Co. Ltd
Judge: Ms. Chase Ko, Program Development Manager, Hong Kong Children In Need Foundation
7th: 24 Jul, 2022 @ Hong Kong Science Park
Guest of Honor: Dr. Hung King Fai Kevin, Head of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science cum Associate Professor, School of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Metropolitan University.
Judge: Mr. Derek Lee, Startup & Mentorship Sub-com Chairman, HKETA
6th: 15 Dec, 2019 @ Power A Space, Sheung Wan
Sharing by Mr. Benny Cheung, STEM Instructor & Competition Coach, Blueinno Technology
5th: 23 Jun, 2019 @ Power A Space, Sheung Wan
Guest: Mr. Mike Li, Co-founder of HK Maker Club, and 3D Printed Prosthetics
4th: 16 Dec, 2018 @ Power A Space, Sheung Wan
Guest: Mr. Derek Lee, Vice Chairman and Youth & Startup Sub-com Chairman, HKETA
3rd: 17 Jun, 2018 @ Innocentre, Kowloon Tong
Sharing by Ms. Monica Leung, Founder, Blueinno Technology
2nd: 16 Dec, 2017 @ playgound.work, Sheung Wan
Guest: Mr. Wah Kwok, Engineer from Facebook
1st: 03 Dec, 2016 @ Innocentre, Kowloon Tong
Guest: Dr. K.F. Tsang, Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, the City University Of Hong Kong
Guest: Mr. Eric Ng, CEO, Red Soldier Limited
Our Happy Parents
We care a lot about what our parents think.
A pioneer in STEM education, their hands-on approach encourages children to create their own projects by teaching both soft skills such as idea generation and presentation, and hard skills like coding and electric circuits. Kids get to learn in the real-life context.
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Mode: face-to-face (Prince Edward) or online