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Wofoo Service Leadership Programme (WSLP)



Wofoo Service Leadership Progranme (WSLP) is co-organized by Leadership Qualities Centre (SA-LQC) and Wofoo Leaders' Network (WLN). With the generous support of Wofoo Social Enterprise (WSE), LQC have organized various inspiring leadership development programmes and activities for our students. In order to promote responsible citizenship, humanitarian, servant leadership and global awarenesss, LQC and a group of enthusiastic students have formed WLN, which is a student training committee aiming at training student trainers

Wofoo Service Leadership Progranme (WSLP) is to provide students with opportuniteies to understand and serve the people-in-need of Mainland China through experiential learning activites and direct services, so as to develop student's responsible citizenship as well as servant leadership.


  • To contribute the society through direct service, with this experient learning approach, student would extend their care and love, as well as reflect the value of life.
  • To better understand the situation and challenges of the people-in-need via face-to face interaction.
  • To develop student responsible citizenship
  • To promtoe volunteering and servent leadership

Wofoo Service Leadership Programme (WSLP)
Service Programmes (2017-18)

Eligiblity: Member of Wofoo Leaders' Network & HKBU Full-time Undergraduate Students
Aims: With service opportunities in local and mainland China, students could extend their care and serve the needies. By experiential learning approach, students would reflect themselves ,cultivate the service heart and attitude, and understand the situation and challenges different service target encountered.

Hubei Service and Study Trip 17-18
荊耆行- 湖北長者服務考察團 


Everything has a story, no matter a Chinese character or the elderly. We can learn a lot from the aged's experience, regardless their lives are brilliant or simple. It is a kind of reflection of life values. In this trip, you will serve the elderly in both Hong Kong and Wuhan, experience how to create a Chinese character, and organise an elderly living library.


Date: 30 March - 6 April 2018 (8 Days)
Fee: $1500 participation fee + $800 deposit
Service Target: Elderly people in Wuhan
Online Application:​
Application deadline: 26 January 2018, before 11:00 pm
Enquiries: Edna (95897275) or Tommy (3411 5913,
* This programme is supported by Mainland Expereince Scheme (MES). Each student can only enjoy the scheme once, irrespective of the amount of subsidy they receive. For more information, please visit this page.




10 February


10:00 - 17:00

Teambuilding session and Thematic Workshop I

28 February


18:45 - 21:45

Preparation and meeting I

3 March


10:00 - 17:00

Thematic Workshop and Training II

7 March


18:45 - 21:45

Preparation and meeting II

14 March


09:00 - 18:00

Local Service
本地服務體驗 – 真人圖書館

24 March


10:00 - 18:00

Pre-trip Workshop and Briefing

30 March - 6 April

Fri - Fri

Whole day

Hubei Service and Study Tour *
荊耆行- 湖北長者服務考察團

* recognized as 1 CCL

Year 2016-17

Hubei Elderly Service Trip - January 2017
Partner: Social Worker Across Borders
Programme information:
With the theme of Life and Death Education, this programme aims to develop student's knowledge, attitude and skills towards elderly service and the related policies in Hong Kong and mainland China through experiential learning activies. This year, 21 students and 4 student organizing committee had gone to Wuhan, Hubei to serve 3 local elderly homes. They had organized serveral workshops and activities for spreading the health care messages. Meanwhile, students visited the elderly's home. Before the trip, they had attended a series of trainings, preparation meetings and local service.

Start of the wonderful journey of elderly service!Start of the wonderful journey of elderly service!

Organize a workshop and draw with elderly in Hubei, ChinaOrganize a workshop and draw with elderly in Hubei, China

Home visit and listen to the elderly’s storyHome visit and listen to the elderly’s story

Paint the Future - Nepal Service Trip - December 2016
Partner: Future Village
Programme information:
In this semester, students had self-initiated a service trip to the remote area of Nepal in Future village. They had conducted 6-days service consisting voluntary teachings in 3 different schools, home visit with the villagers, and painting the classroom. In addition, students would understand the influence of earthquake, the culture and life of Nepal from this experience.

25 students started their fruitful journey here25 students started their fruitful journey here

Purchasing the home visit and teaching materials from local storePurchasing the home visit and teaching materials from local store

6.	Teaching the cultures and famous places of different countriesTeaching the cultures and famous places of different countries

Home visit the inhabitantsHome visit the inhabitants

Paint the wall for a classroomPaint the wall for a classroom

Hubei Service Trip 

Zhang Chunli / Chinese Medicine / Year 2
In the trip to Wuhan, we visited and organised activities to promote health care messages in three elderly homes. Regardless of the background or resources the elderly had, their needs were the same: they wanted to be accompanied and cared by their relatives and friends.

Chin Jia Xin / BBA Accounting / Year 2
I did not have a concrete concept about “community service” since it is rarely discussed in Malaysia. After this trip, I was impressed. I have understood the meaning of “to serve”, and experienced the happiness of “to serve”.

Choi Ka Lok / Sociology / Year 3
This programme inspired me a lot. I learnt about the elderly related issues and reflected more about life and death. Chinese people avoid discussion about death because they think it is too negative. However, everyone will experience death. It made me think more about this topic and the need of preparing the elderly to round off their life journey.

The recruitment of Hubei Service and Study Trip is opened!
Application form:
Application deadline: 26 January 2018, before 11:00 pm
Enquiries: Edna (95897275) or Tommy (3411 5913,

Telephone: 3411 5913
Fax: 3411 5983

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