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22nd Primary STEM Project Exhibition

You or your representatives are cordially invited to cover the 22nd Primary STEM Project Exhibition (PSPE), which will be held on 16 May (Thursday). The exhibition is co-organised by the Centre for Education in Environmental Sustainability (CEES) and the Department of Science and Environmental Studies at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), along with other parties.


The aim of the exhibition, themed “Smart Toys”, is to enhance students’ STEM ability, and encourage innovation and self-directed learning through observing, reasoning and experimenting. At the exhibition, nearly 200 teams from primary schools in Hong Kong, Zhongshan, Guangdong, Shenzhen and Macau will present how they integrated STEM elements to create or modify their smart toys. This is the largest annual exhibition in Hong Kong featuring primary school STEM projects.


Outstanding works will be awarded by the exhibition’s organising committee. Innovative projects to be showcased include:


  • a scientific investigation into the Internet of Things and programming a toy car;
  • a project on the theory and practice of Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction on a toy gyro; and
  • an investigation into the security and feasibility of a toy gun made of straw.


Exhibition Details:

Date:16 May 2019 (Thursday)
Venue:Hong Kong Central Library Exhibition Gallery (66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay)
Exhibition & Interview Sessions:9:30 am–1:00 pm and 2:00 pm–5:30 pm



Co-organisers: (in alphabetical order)


  • Centre for Education in Environmental Sustainability, EdUHK
  • Center for STEM Education, National Institute of Education Sciences
  • Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence Teachers Association
  • Department of Science and Environmental Studies, EdUHK
  • Education Bureau
  • Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education
  • Hong Kong Education City Limited
  • Hong Kong Science Museum




  • TeleEye Founders' Charity Foundation Limited


For more details about the event, please visit the PSPE website:


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For media enquiries, please contact Miss Vivian Yung at CEES of EdUHK (Tel: 2948 8680 or email: