Hong Kong Tech Challenge Game Junior (Former as VEX IQ Hong Kong Championship) has been held every year since 2015. The competition is played in the form of teamwork challenge, there are also robot skills challenge which played in either autonomous or driver control mode. The game emphasis on students' teamwork skills. students can also build up their leadership and problem-solving skills. As one of the event partners of the competition, The Asian Robotics League Fund advocating STEM education, let students participate in various international robot competitions to interact with elite teams from around the world!
An annual large-scale professional competition in the field of science and technology for secondary schools, the Hong Kong Tech Challenge Game aims to promote robotics education and competition, in order to stimulate the creative thinking of young people and nurture more technology talent. The Asian Robotics League Fund is a sponsor of the competition. Teams formed by teachers and students from different schools are shuffled to enable the exchange of skills and ideas during the competition. The winners are eligible to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship held in the United States.
Held at theofficial launch of Asian Robotics League Fund, Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Open Robotics Championship aims to inspire youth’stalents and passion in STEM. Primary and secondary school studentsfrom Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Areaweregatheredto competein the two-day competition toexchange knowledge and experience with each other. The exciting competition helped to develop students’creativity and problem-solving skills, andarouse their interests in scientific research and robotics.
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR, Hong Kong CelebrationsAssociation organized an exhibition themed on “Innovation in Science & Technology, Realization of our Dreams”; and“Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Robotics Elites Competition 2017” was one of the events of the exhibition.The competition provided a technologyand innovation platform for the youth in Greater Bay Area to exchange ideas and strengthen their linkage. The competition attracted over 100 teams comprisingover 400 primary and secondary school students from the Greater Bay who presented an amazing competition forrobotics enthusiasts.
The Cross-straits, Hong Kong & Macao Robotics Competition 2018, a sponsored activity of the Asian Robotics League Fund, provided an opportunity for the younger generation to showcase their knowledge of robotics and unleash their creativity, as well as enhancing the technology education and cultural exchanges. Over 1,300 students from 150 primary and secondary schools in Mainland China , Hong Kong , Macao and Taiwan gathered to compete in five events, with an aim to heighten the level of STEM education.
One of the most noteworthy youth robotics tournaments in Asia-Pacific, the Asia-Pacific Robotics Championship aims to enhance students’ enthusiasm for science and robotics technology, and foster their innovative thinking and practical skills by promoting robotics education. Participants from Mainland China, China Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions, Singapore, South Korea and other Asian countries and regions demonstrate their wits and fighting spirit during the competition. The winners are eligible to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championship held in the United States.
The world’s largest robotics event, recognized by the Guinness World Records, the VEX Robotics World Championship celebrates hands-on STEM learning through educational robotics. The Asian Robotics League Fund is a partner of the competition. Its purpose is to enhance team spirit, leadership skills and problem-solving abilities of students. Over ten thousand elite teams from all over the world gather in this whole week robotics competition every year. As a world-class robotics competition, it is also supported by many well-known institutions and corporates such as NASA, Google, Texas Instruments and Tesla, among others.
ARLF aims to incubate future innovators through robotics STEM education. Schools, educational institutions, the robotics industry or charity organizations which wish to seek financial support to implement education and research projects, or exchange activities or subsidize facilities related to robotics, may approach the ARLF Secretariat directly to apply for sponsorship.
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