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HOHO VAN - Kickstarter of primary students

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By Matthew Chan December 4, 2018


Primary schools are more focusing on media education in recent years, says a primary teacher who built a mobile tuck shop with students.

“Media education is important for students to connect and communicate with the locals,” said Jan Wong Ho Pan, head of Design Team of St.Hilary`s Primary School.

Wong launched a project named “Dream Starter” in St.Hilary`s Primary School, which is the ‘junior Kickstarter’ that provide platforms for students to chase their dreams.

The team invented HOHO VAN, a van with tuck shop inside.

Wong said the project was started by the team, after students expressed their dream of having a tuck shop.

However, there is insufficient area for building a fixed tuck shop in the campus, plus a license is required, eventually the team initiated the ‘mobile tuck shop’ project, said Wong.

Wong said the team visited several motorcar wrecking companies with students, asked them about the vehicle modification procedures and whether they can donate a van.

He said the primary students did not know how to communicate with the locals, they quailed when meeting the ‘muscular workers’.

Primary schools should provide students opportunities to communicate with locals, Wong reckoned.

Eventually, the students presented their project to around 2500 audiences in Cyberport last month, which include GOGOVAN co-founder and CEO Steven Lam Hoi-yuen.

The team found sponsors to further expand the project by showing the sponsors’ logo on the van.

Wong said the van modification is expected to be completed in March 2019 with more functions such as a mobile library or barber shop.

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