About the Competition

The "Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Innovation Competition" (STIC) has been organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association since 1997.It has entered its 26th edition this year. STIC has become the largest STEAM event in Hong Kong, with nearly 4,000 participants. STIC welcomes participation from students of all ages, including kindergarten, primary, and secondary school, as well as teachers and schools across Hong Kong. The categories include science fiction, inventions, research papers, STEM activities, STEM teachers, STEM teaching aids, and STEM schools.


  • Advocate and promote STEAM education, increase student's interest in STEAM and comprehensive scientific and technological qualities, and cultivate technological innovation talents needed in the 21st century.
  • Cultivate young people's scientific imagination, innovative spirit and practical ability to meet the challenges of the future world.
  • Guide young people to participate in research and invention and scientific inquiry from an early age, and cultivate interdisciplinary knowledge application and manual brain skills.
  • Provide young people with an opportunity to demonstrate creative thinking and innovative design.
  • Encourage and commend schools, teachers, students, or organizations that actively promote STEAM education, and contestants who have performed well in technological innovation.


Commissioned by Education Bureau

Partner Organization

Sponsored by Bank of China (Hong Kong)


Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Targeted participants

All secondary schools, primary schools, kindergarten students, teachers and schools in Hong Kong

For teams or students representing Hong Kong in national or international competitions organized or co-organized by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association, their awards (such as first, second, third or other representative awards) and relevant student information (such as name, grade and school name, etc.) will be archived in the "Education Bureau Hong Kong Outstanding Student Database" of the Education Bureau's Gallery for the public to browse after verification.

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