School Program - Mask Design Contest

The first contest was organized in 2011. Mask is used as a symbol of identity protection for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) due to the fear of discrimination. Students and public participants are invited to learn more about HIV/AIDS and the challenges PLWHA faced through creating masks, thus to eliminate misconceptions and discrimination.

The masks collected are given to participants of AIDS Walk and other public education events, to encourage them to experience the stress caused by invisible masks of PLWHA.

List of Winners of Mask Design Contest

(a) Promote acceptance to PLWHA through art creation;
(b) Strengthen participants’ knowledge of HIV/AIDS. Theme Participants should design a mask surrounding
the theme of “Say No to Discrimination!”.

(a) Secondary School Division     (b) Public Division

(a) Secondary School Division
Secondary School Division Please contact your local school or contact us by email or phone
Email: Phone: 2559-2006
(b) Public Division
Public Division Participants should contact us by email or phone to arrange pick up of a blank mask
at our center on or before 20th October 2017, or purchase a blank mask elsewhere.
Email: Phone: 2559-2006 

Participants of Secondary School Division should submit their masks through respective schools. Submission deadline for all is
28 December 2017.

All participants are required to complete an online application form, and write a reference code at the back of all submission.
The reference code for Secondary School Division should include School Code*, Class and class number, while submissions for
Public Division should include contact number. If reference code is not found at the back or online application form is not
submitted by the deadline, the work will not be eligible to enter the competition. All submission will not be returned.
Online application form: (Secondary School Division)  (Public Division)

The following awards will be chosen for each division (No. of award):
 Champion (1)
 1st Runner-up (1)
 2nd Runner-up (1)
 Outstanding Award (3)
 Facebook Most Popular Award (1)
 Secondary School Division only: Most Active Participation School Award (1)

Results Announcement and Prize Presentation Ceremony Every submission will be reviewed by our panel.
Results will be announced during AIDS Walk opening ceremony.

For enquiries, please contact us at 2559 2006 or



List of Winners of Mask Design Contest

List of Winners of Mask Design Contest 2016-17
Secondary School Division:
Champion: Chan Sum Yi, Kit Sam Lam Bing Yim Secondary School
1st Runner-up: Mejorada Nicole Katelun Remeticado, Caritas Tuen Mun Marden Foundation Secondary School
2nd Runner-up: Yuen Tsz Kiu, Hotung Secondary School

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Chan Man Yi, CCC Kei Yuen College
Li Tsz Man, Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Kwai Chung)
Tang Hang An, CCC Kei Yuen College

Facebook Most Popular Award: Cheng Oi Kiu, CCC Kei To Secondary School

Most Active Participating School Award: St. Clare’s Girls’ School

Public Division:
Champion: Ms. Sit Sin Yan
1st Runner-up: Ms. Wong Hok Sze
2nd Runner-up: Ms. Shum Lai Yin

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Ms. Chu Ka Hei
Mr. Lee Ho Fung Jabez
Ms. Li Hoi Yan
Ms. Ho Hiu Tung

Facebook Most Popular Award: Ms. Sofia Paymaster



List of Winners of Mask Design Contest

List of Winners of Mask Design Contest 2015-16
Secondary School Division:
Champion: Ng Man Lam, HKMLC Queen Maud Secondary School
1st Runner-up: Kwok Tsz Chun, Buddhist Sin Tak College
2nd Runner-up: Wong Hoi Mei, Tuen Mun Catholic Secondary School

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Chan Mei Yin, May, CCC Kei Yuen College
Lai Ka Ki, CCC Fong Yun Wah Secondary School
Tai Tsz Kiu, Althea, Our Lady’s College

Facebook Most Popular Award: Wong Sin Yi, SALEM-Immanuel Lutheran College

Most Active Participating School Award: Hotung Secondary School

Public Division:
Champion: Ms. Choy Pui Man
1st Runner-up: Ms. Yiu Lai King
2nd Runner-up: Ms. Lee Yuen Ying

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Mr. Chan Kit Wai
Ms. Cheung Hoi Yin
Ms. Pang Hiu Yan

Facebook Most Popular Award: Ms. Pang Hiu Yan



List of Winners of Mask Design Contest

List of Winners of Mask Design Contest 2014-15
Secondary School Division:
Champion: Lau Chor Ki, Tin Shui Wai Methodist College
1st Runner-up: Lam Ho Yan, STFA Tam Pak Yu College
2nd Runner-up: Wong Hau Yee, CCC Kei Yuen College

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Hung Hiu Sze, Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School
Lin Sophie Shuqian, Yew Chung International School
Tan Ying Jun, International Christian Quality Music Secondary & Primary School

Facebook Most Popular Award: Ng Oi Kiu, Buddhist Sin Tak College

Most Active Participating School Award: SKH Leung Kwai Yee Secondary School

Public Division:
Champion: Ms. Cheung Hoi Yin
1st Runner-up: Ms. Hui Yuk Ying
2nd Runner-up: Ms. Yeung Lot Sum Cherlie

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Ms. Chan Hiu Man
Ms. Yung Ka Yan
Ms. Wai Fong Ching

Facebook Most Popular Award: Ms. Wai Fong Ching



List of Winners of Mask Design Contest

List of Winners of Mask Design Contest 2013-14
Secondary School Division
Champion: Shin Jee Eun, Po Leung Kuk C W Chu College
1st Runner-up: Chan Ching Kiu Kirstie, Tack Ching Girls’ Secondary School
2nd Runner-up: Hong Jia Yi, Kiangsu-Chekiang College (Shatin)

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Law Yuen Kwan, Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School
Lui Yat Long, Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School (Shatin)
So Lai Ting, Tack Ching Girls’ Secondary School

Most Active Participating School Award: St. Stephen’s Church College

Facebook Most Popular Award: Chan Suet Yi, Cognitio College (Kowloon)

Public Division:
Champion: Mr. Mok Ka Tsun
1st Runner-up: Ms. Lo Chui Man
2nd Runner-up: Ms. Ng Shuk Hing

Merit Prizes (in alphabetical order of last name):
Ms. Chow Hang Fuk
Mr. Lam Tsz Chun
Ms. Lam Tun Kit

Facebook Most Popular Award: Ms. Cheung Hoi Yin



List of Winners of Mask Design Contest

List of Winners of Mask Design Contest 2012-13
Secondary School Division:
Champion: Lau Sze Yu Sally, China Holiness Church Living Spirit College
1st Runner-up: Yip Ka Yan, The Yuen Yuen Institute MFBM Nei Ming Chan Lui Chung Tak Memorial College
2nd Runner-up: Choi Yik Fun, Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School (Shatin)

Primary School Division:
Champion: Wu Tsz Hong, Ma Tau Chung Government Primary School (Hung Hom Bay)
1st Runner-up: Wong Yu Sin, Ka Ling School Of The Precious Blood
2nd Runner-up: Chong Kiu Fung, St. Francis’ Canossian School

Public Division:
Champion: Ms. Kwok Sze Mei
1st Runner-up: Ms. Ip Ka Man
2nd Runner-up: Mr. Chik Chun Ting



School Program - Life Skill Education

Red! Yellow! Green! We Grow! Adolescent-oriented Life Skill Education Program

The whole program consists of three units and will be taught by professional nurse with flexible teaching mode:

1. Interactive workshop (1.5 hours, around 30 students)
2. Seminar (around 2 hours)
School can choose Unit 3 only / the whole program.

Unit 1 Your Thriving Growth
Explore physiological changes in puberty
Similarities and differences in gender perspectives
Impact of social culture
Build up self-confidence and living with society harmoniously

Unit 2 Always Listen. Always Understand
Personal feeling and communication techniques
Coping with stress and frustration
Body and verbal communication skills

Unit 3 The Key for Holistic Health
Deliver health knowledge (Safer sex, prevention of HIV/AIDS/sexually transmitted diseases)
Self-awareness on boundary for sharing and confidentiality
Practice refusal skill and respectful manner


Registration or enquiry: 2559-2006

Education Talk, Public Education & Program

Public training and education in HIV/AIDS are among our key objectives to raise public awareness on HIV/AIDS prevention and acceptance to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). We regularly organize education exhibition in different districts in Hong Kong. Our SAC Ambassadors, volunteers and staff would introduce our services, promote understanding on HIV/AIDS, distribute red ribbons and leaflets, as well as answer enquiries regarding HIV/AIDS.

Education Talk

Our professional nurses and social workers would provide training on HIV/AIDS prevention and knowledge to healthcare professionals and related parties working in non-government organizations or hospitals, as well as organizing talks at schools and youth centers.

To empower teenagers to understand HIV/AIDS knowledge and have safer sex practice, as well as eliminate discrimination towards PLWHA, we have implemented education program, which drew attention from schools and youth centers.

The interactive program is conducted by trained and experienced staff, including games, role plays, group discussion, condom demonstration, etc.

Enquiries and registration: 2559-2006

“Say No to Discrimination!” Masks Exhibition

Exhibitions will be held in different shopping malls and schools to display the outstanding masks designed and handmade by local secondary school students and public who participated in the “Say No to Discrimination!” Mask Design Contest. The masks carried the messages of encouraging public to reconsider HIV/AIDS discrimination and give a hand to PLWHA.

Through showcasing the thoughts of younger generation on the issue of discrimination towards PLWHA, we hope to fight against stigma and discrimination together with the general public.

Announcements in Public Interests

We have successfully applied for government’s Announcements in the Public Interests (API), featuring a TV commercial with the theme of masquerade ball promoting AIDS acceptance. The masks used in filming are the winning submissions in Mask Design Contest. We are grateful to have volunteers from M·A·C and the community to participate in the production. This 30-second video was launched onto TV channels in HK on World AIDS Day in 2014, and continues to broadcast until now.

“Medicine Online” on NowTV (in Cantonese)

Production team of NowTV’s medical documentary program “Medicine Online” came to SAC’s Day Center for a special featured episode “Paradise for PLWHA”. We hope the show would help the public to understand the difficult path PLWHA went through, and thus to accept them with support and care. The program is in Cantonese.

Please visit the following link for program details:
Please visit the following link to watch the program:

HK-China Exchange and Training Program

HK-China Training Program

The HK-China AIDS Training Program has commenced since 2006, with the aims of promoting good practice in HIV/AIDS care and prevention work, strengthening and encouraging better collaboration in fighting against HIV/AIDS between Hong Kong and China. Different training programs, from theoretical teaching to practical experience, were designed for professionals who are working in the HIV/AIDS field in Mainland China.

Guangxi Family Trip

Our representatives went to the GuangXi Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) in Mar 2015 and attended a sharing meeting with local HIV/AIDS expertise, finding that more than 500 of AIDS children live far away in GuangXi province and therefore they and their care-givers lack of understanding in HIV/AIDS and supports. CDC and SAC jointly organized a GuangXi Family Trip for 60 children and their families in Bama to improve their mutual understanding, as well as strengthen peer supports to relieve their burden.

Henan Province Professional Exchanges

A professional exchange visit to Henan was organized since 2012 to meet with HIV specialist and front line doctors for exchanges and sharing HIV/AIDS situations and related work in HIV prevention and treatment in Hong Kong and Mainland.

In 2016, a meeting with the healthcare professionals including Secretary Ms. Ma Shuhuan, Doctor Zhao Qingxia, and Doctor Sun Yan from the Sixth Civil Hospital of Zhengzhou City was held to introduce the service and development of the hospital. A visit to the Zhengzhou University School of Public Management was also arranged for the first time to discuss about future collaboration.

HK-China Social Work Student Placement Training Program


The program was launched in 2011 in collaboration with the School of Public Affairs of Henan Normal University. This program provides placement opportunities for the social work students in SAC to enhance their understanding on HIV/AIDS prevention work in Hong Kong and counseling services for PLWHA.

The students have to attend intensive trainings from our social worker tutors, learning new skills through role play, organizing and implementing targeted activities at Day Center. After the training, they act as trainers to organize talk and events at the University and provide professional services to AIDS orphans and affected children in Henan. There are 34 students successfully completed the training program since 2011.

RTHK's Community Involvement Broadcasting Service

We have been granted funds to produce a radio program (in Cantonese) via the pilot project of “Community Involvement Broadcasting Service” of Radio Television Hong Kong. Our program “Know More about AIDS” is produced to clarify common misconceptions and to raise AIDS awareness in the community.

Through stories from various infected patients, audiences could have a better understanding towards AIDS which is no longer the “death pyramid” in the 1980s. Prevent HIV and safeguard yourself as well as your family, let us take action to build a zero infection future.

The program is in Cantonese. If you wish to listen, please visit: