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The Louvre in Paris is renowned as one of the world’s ‘must visit’ museums and now, Hong Kong people are in for a rare treat, as 126 priceless art works from Musée du Louvre will be on show at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum from today until 24 July. The exhibition is one of the four programmes being supported by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust as part of Le French May, ...

Since 2005, the annual Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Day race meeting has served as a way of honouring the Club's successful partnerships with non-government organisations, government agencies, academic institutions and other groups for the betterment of Hong Kong. Extending its wide-ranging support for different areas of community life, The Hong Kong Jockey Club said at this year's meeting today (23 April) that it would designate a fourth focus area for its Charities Trust donations, namely Arts, Culture and Heritage. ...

With an acute shortfall of hostel places and rehabilitation services in Hong Kong, people with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities often need to wait for around 10 years for a hostel place. To help address this challenge, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has donated HK$600 million to the Hong Chi Association for its development project in Pinehill Village. The first building completed under the development project – the Hong Chi Jockey Club Pinehill Hostel – was opened today (20 ...

The Riding High Together Festival, The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s annual flagship community event, ended today (16 April). The three-day Festival – under the theme “Lets Kindle our Creativity -- attracted around 47,000 people to Sha Tin Racecourse and Penfold Park during the Easter weekend where they enjoyed more than 70 “edutainment” activities.  Highlights of the Festival included the breaking of a Guinness World Record where around 1,000 participants created clay sculptures of Easter bunnies for the Largest Sculpting Lesson. ...

The three-day Riding High Together Festival, the annual flagship community event of The Hong Kong Jockey Club held at Sha Tin Racecourse and Penfold Park, attracted about 17,000 visitors on its opening day today (14 April). Visitors witnessed a new world record being set and enjoyed a wide range of activities under the Festival’s theme “Let’s Kindle Our Creativity”. The Club also announced its donation of HK$117 million to expand The Hong Kong Jockey Club ...

The Hong Kong Jockey Club held a leadership training workshop today (1 April 2017) at the Hong Kong Sports Institute, as part of the Jockey Club Youth Football Leadership Scheme 2017. Leading the workshop were star mentors for this year, including world-class boxer Rex Tso, Head Coach of the Eastern Long Lions Chan Yuen-ting, multi Paralympic gold medallist Yu Chui-yee, multi-media producer and presenter Ng Ka-him and Hong Kong Head Coach of Manchester United Soccer School Christopher O'Brien. The scheme nurtures the ...