Close icon

We respect your privacy.

We do not share your data with any other companies, and you will not be personally identified.

Close icon
Or register with

Already have an account? .

By clicking "Register", I consent to the Terms and Conditions, Personal Information Collection Statement, Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy and Consent Form.

Back to the journey.

Forgot your password?

Close icon
Or log in with

No account yet? .

Forgot your password?

Please enter your email to reset your password. You will receive the password reset email shortly.

Close icon

Please check your mailbox

Please input the 6 digit code from the email and your new password.

Did not receive an email? Please check your junk mailbox, or try another email address.

Close icon
SWS promotion image

Download/update JCTH+ app now to enjoy our latest app-only feature, Somewhere We Share Forum!

We formed an online community where you can talk about mental health related issues freely. Come in and share bits and pieces of your life!

Download/Update Now
What Travel Can Teach You
2 December(Friday)|8:00pm - 9:00pm


For the past three years with the continuing pandemic, travel has been at a standstill, and HongKongers have been caught in a funk, longing for an early return to normalcy. Today, the situation has somewhat subsided, and the world seems to have changed, with wars, uncertainties, and separations happening every day. These days, travel can be a remedy for the weary minds. With the relaxation of travel restrictions, HongKongers are hoping to revive the experience of travel.

Before getting back on the road, perhaps it is time to contemplate on the meaning of travel: What can travel teach us? What kind of power and change can travel bring to us? How can we make a difference for the world through travel?

We believe that travel is a form of self-care. When experiencing an unfamiliar encounter with the world, one becomes particularly sensitive to the surroundings, we may need to face our most authentic selves, and we may gain a whole new perspective on life. Travel can widen the breadth and depth of life as the travel experiences can enrich our lives. Throughout the journey, before we depart, on the way, and on our return, we make numerous decisions, and we are responsible for the decision making process, so travel is also a self-empowering experience.

In this webinar, we will explore the above mentioned issues and analyze how to become a responsible civil wayfarer.

 **The webinar will be held in Cantonese.

About the Speaker: 

Dr WONG Kim Fan, co-founder of Civil Wayfarers, an initiative to promote ethical travel through education. He is also a part-time lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and Translation at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His popular course, ‘‘Philosophy of Travel’’ examines the philosophical reflection on travel, as well as exploring the essence and meaning of travel.

Notes for Application:

1. Event registration closes at 23:59 on December 1, 2022

2. After successful registration, we will send you an email with the Zoom event link.

3. Please submit only one registration form per person.

4. If the submitted form is incomplete, the application may not be processed.

5. Participants will be invited to fill in a post-event survey.

Sorry, the deadline for registration has passed.

Registration failed, please try again or contact us

Funded by
HKJC logo
Organized by
CUHK logo DWL logo
Co-organized by
StoryTaler logo

Application submitted!

Thank you! Your application is successful. A confirmation email containing the event details and Zoom link will be sent to your shortly. Thank you for supporting the Jockey Club TourHeart+ Project!

If you are currently facing severe mental distress or in a crisis situation requiring immediate assistance, please click here to our "Need Help" page for a list of 24 hour mental assistance hotlines, or click here to open "Self-care Resource Kit" for temporary emotional relief.