King’s College London Public Awareness and Social Service Society (KCL PASS) is a non-profit society, founded by a group of Hong Kong students studying at King’s College London. As the name of our society suggests, we aim to promote the importance of public awareness and the involvement in social service mainly, but not exclusively, amongst Hong Kong youngsters. 

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From left to right: Winson Lau (Public Awareness Officer), Zoe Suen (Publications Officer), Julie Chu (Vice President), Kay Cheng (President), Cherry Ng (Treasurer), Katie Ng (Secretary) and Adrian Kwan (Social Services Officer)

  • KCLPASS Colours of Life Show 2013 On 5th August 2013, KCLPASS presented Colours of Life Show 2013, its annual fundraising event, at the Y-Theatre at Youth Square, Hong Kong. The show featured numerous fantastic musical performances by solo singers, bands and student groups, a dance performance, as well as 4 catwalks showcasing original and beautiful collections designed by students at the Caritas Bianchi College of Careers.  The main objective of Colours of Life 2013 was to provide a platform for young artists to showcase their talents, to cultivate youngsters’ appreciation of these different talents, as well as raise awareness of underprivileged young people in Hong Kong. All proceeds went to the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, a service organization that helps the youth with ...
    Posted 9 Mar 2014, 16:59 by Michael Ng
  • Joint-U Discussion Forum x London 4U Presidential Debate   The sound and the fury of an intellectual crowd On 30th October 2013, the London university PASS societies (LSE HKPASS, UCLU PASS, KCL PASS, and IC PASS) held the first discussion forum as part of the new Joint-University Discussion Forum series. Flamboyantly titled the ‘Joint-U Discussion Forum x London 4U Presidential Debate’, the PASS presidents were by no means the focal point or main attraction of the event. Rather, it was the collective voice and attentive ears of an intellectual crowd in the lecture hall, discussing, debating, and articulating, that reigned over the event’s ebb and flow. The event began with each PASS society’s selected sub-committee members introducing the topics at hand: Internet parodies ...
    Posted 5 Nov 2013, 01:55 by Unknown user
  • Joint-PASS Legislative Council Visit A lesson on the distant past’s historiography by walking through the newly built and modern Legislative Council buildingOn 24th August 2013, Warwick PASS (WHKPASS), Imperial College London PASS (ICPASS), and King’s College London PASS (KCLPASS) organized a visit to the Hong Kong Legislative Council for existing PASS members and university freshers that are bound for the UK.The new LegCo building, with a large and conspicuous “立” written on its flank, and colored in dark grey, is surrounded by the rare sight of a green pasture. The juxtaposition of color tones accentuated a sense of august somberness. Entering the building, we were confronted with a spacious hall. After some minor hassling over details, a tour guide ...
    Posted 13 Sep 2013, 06:10 by Unknown user
  • CUHKCAS: Reflections Annual Youth Conference 2013 A heated debate served on an infernal mid-summer’s dayOn 17th August 2013, the Cambridge University Hong Kong and China Affairs Society (CUHKCAS) held its annual conference, entitled “2017: The Path Ahead”. The conference revolved around Hong Kong’s contentious political reform that shall come into effect in 2017. It has polarized Hong Kong’s political parties and citizens, sparking heated debates that have lasted for over three years. The conference, both a talk and a debate, served as a reflection and analysis of whether the Hong Kong government and the Chinese central government have worked in accordance with the Hong Kong Basic Law’s provisions.The star-studded conference began with a speech from the Honorable ...
    Posted 13 Sep 2013, 07:36 by Unknown user
  • LSE Forum 2013 The LSE Forum is one of the flagship events held by LSESU HKPASS in which students from universities across the UK participate in the annual debating competition that focuses on current issues in Hong Kong and international affairs. Held on 2 March, 2013 at Clement House, this year's participating universities included LSE, UCL, KCL, IC, Exeter, Warwick, Durham, Birmingham and Manchester.Well done and congratulations to Emily Ting, Michael Ng, Hermia Wong and Raymond Lee who represented KCL PASS in the LSE Forum. After three rounds of intense debates, our team was placed third and scored the second highest. Their efforts put in preparation, a whole week of hard work, and their outstanding debating skills, from carefully constructed arguments ...
    Posted 5 Mar 2013, 15:32 by Unknown user
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See below for the most recent publications:

  • Hong Kong Columns 2015-2016 Issue #9 'Hong Kong’s Tourist Overpopulation Problem' If you have experienced the hustle and bustle of MongKok on a weekend, insane queues at Ocean Park or Disneyland, lined up for ages outside luxury branded shops just to ...
    Posted 18 Dec 2015, 04:18 by Contact kclpass
  • Hong Kong Columns 2015-2016 Issue #8: “A broken system of education” It is no longer atypical to find university graduates working low-income jobs at places such as McDonald’s. Two or three decades ago, a university degree would have guaranteed ...
    Posted 4 Dec 2015, 06:58 by Contact kclpass
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