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Next Normal Series 2021 - Accommodation For Youths
Youth Oasis Project

Housing crisis is one of the most pressing issues that Hong Kong is facing. “Youth Hostel Scheme” was initiated in the Policy Address in 2011 to alleviate the chronic housing shortage and high rental prices. The Senior Services Manager of Po Leung Kuk Lee Shau Kee Youth Oasis (Youth Oasis), Ms. Cora Yuen will provide us insights into various services that are provided to assist the youth to build capacity, share with peers, and expand networking for future development.
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Ms. Cora Yuen
Former FRICS, FHKIH, FCIH, Accredited Mediator
Cora is currently the Senior Services Manager of The Po Leung Kuk Lee Shau Kee Youth Oasis, which is the largest youth hostel so far planned in Hong Kong.  
Prior to joining Po Leung Kuk, she was the Senior Manager of Hong Kong Housing Society.  Cora holds a Master Degree in Housing Management awarded by The University of Hong Kong. She has some thirty-seven years of working experience in facilities and housing management.  
Cora is the Assessor of the Steering Committee and Assessment Committee (Property Management) of the Recognized Prior Learning Scheme of Vocational Training Council.  She has been the President of The Hong Kong Institute of Housing (2012 - 2014), the Chairlady of the Housing Managers Registration Board (2016 - 2018).  She was also the Specialist in the property management industry of HKCAAVQ in years from 2013 to 2020.  
About The Youth Oasis

The Po Leung Kuk Lee Shau Kee Youth Oasis (Youth Oasis) is part of the HKSAR Government's "Youth Hostel Scheme", the idea was being initiated at the policy address in 2011.  Youth Oasis locates at Yuen Long, estimated for completion in the first half of 2022 to offer 1,680 residential places for renting by working youths at half of the market rent level and with various services to assist young people to build capacity, share with peers, and expand networking for future development.  It implies a place full of dynamics, culture, enlightenment and support for working youth to equip themselves.  The project of Youth Oasis demonstrates a good example of the quadripartite cooperation between the Government, Social Services sectors, private land developers (as donor), business sectors, even involving the public and local communities.  
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