October 2022 – February 2023

The Innovation Competition: “Our Livable City, We Engineer”

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As part of the HKEW 2023, the “Innovation Competition” sets to take place between Oct 2022 and Feb 2023, with its Award Ceremony planned to take place during the Opening Ceremony of HKEW 2023 in March. The Competition aims at enhancing students’ understanding and interest in engineers and preparing them to become future engineers.

Taking the theme of “Our Livable City, We Engineer”, the Innovation Competition invites students to become engineers by transforming their vision of a future city into 3D models and videos. Through leveraging their creativity and incorporating concepts such as smart city and sustainability into their designs, they live the lives as engineers and take pride in creating a future livable city.

Award presentation


Secondary Schools (school teams)

  • Each school can enter up to three teams, each with a maximum of five students
  • Software (Sketchup)

Tertiary Institutions (teams of 3 – 5)

  • Each team can be formed by three to five students across different departments
  • Software (Autodesk Revit)

Application and details

Polling campaign on Facebook (finished)

October 2022 – February 2023

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The HKIE Grand Award 2023

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The HKIE Grand Award 2023 is a brand-new award scheme of the Institution that aims to recognise the achievements and contributions of the engineering profession towards the development of Hong Kong.


Award Categories

  1. Innovation Category
    • Sub-category I – An Invention
    • Sub-category II – An Innovative Application
  2. Industrial Category
  3. Infrastructure Category

Group (Applicable to Innovation Category only)

  • All Member Group
  • Young Member Group (age 35 or below at the closing submission deadline of the competition)


One Grand Prize will be awarded to each category for each group. The winning individual or team will receive a sum of HK$15,000. Any request for further conversion or transfer of the cash prize will not be accommodated. A trophy / trophies and award certificate(s) will also be presented to Grand Prize winning individual or team and Merit Award winner(s) of each category for each group. The Panel of Judges reserves the right to withhold any or all of the awards at their absolute discretion.


Award Presentation

  • Date: 9 March 2023
  • Time: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Venue: Convention Hall, HKCEC , Wan Chai
  • Guest of Honour: Ms Winnie Ho, JP, Secretary for Housing, HKSAR Government


18 - 26 February 2023

The HKIE Public Exhibition ​

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Everyone can be an engineer! Engineering encompasses an ever-widening spectrum of specialisation and practical work. The success of any engineering project depends heavily on the synergies among different disciplines. The HKIE Public Exhibition is going to share on the work of the 21 disciplines. The public can do a quiz to see which type of engineers they are suitable for. Engineering is essential for everything in our daily life, let’s be proud to be engineers!



  1. A quiz to discover the 21 disciplines of engineering. The public can learn the work of each discipline and see how they contribute to the society.
  2. Video to showcase the previous works of HKIE.
  3. Photo corner for you to take selfies!

Date and opening hours​

18 – 26 February 2023 (10 am–10 pm)


2/F, 24-hour Passageway, Central Market (93 Queen’s Road Central and 80 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong)



  • MTR Tung Chung Line, Hong Kong Station, Exit C
  • MTR Island Line, Central Station, Exit C

By bus

Connaught Road Central, near Queen Victoria Street

  • First Bus: 680X, 722
  • City Bus: 11, 690, 780, 780P

Des Voeux Road Central, near Pottinger Street

  • First Bus: 101, 111, 111P, 115, N121, 104

Queen Victoria Street, opposite to Central Market

  • First Bus: 101, 104
  • City Bus: 10, 37A, 90B

Connaught Road Central, Near Hang Seng Bank

  • First Bus: 3A, 4, 4X, 91, 94
  • City Bus: 7, 71

Des Voeux Road Central, outside Hang Seng Bank Headquarters

  • First Bus: 18, N680, N691
  • City Bus: 1, 5B, 10, N307
  • KMB: 961P, N368, N373

Des Voeux Road, outside Central Market

  • City Bus: 982X, 907C

3 - 5 March 2023

Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival

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The Hong Kong Engineers Week Carnival aims to showcase engineers’ contributions to society and demonstrate engineering applications in daily life through engaging activities. With the theme “Our Living, We Engineer” “Σ (食住行)”, the public can discover the interesting engineering facts and knowledge surrounding us.


  • Nearly 40 booths from different companies divided in various zones to showcase engineering excellence from infrastructure to aircraft, and more! You may immerse yourself in the latest engineering technology via VR equipment.
  • Different game zones scattered around the venue, including using LEGO to build your living city, motor car making and small games.
  • Performance is a must in the carnival – throughout the day, different performances will be held on stage for you to enjoy the relaxing weekend with engineers. Yoyo, band show, and more for you to discover!
  • You may be curious about the daily life of engineers – different sharing sessions will be arranged to explain the myths surrounding engineers. Consultation areas will be set up to answer your questions on career paths of engineers.
  • Last but not least – abundant photo props for you to take selfies!

Date and opening hours

  • 3 March 2023 (Friday) : 4pm- 6pm
  • 4 March 2023 (Saturday) : 10am- 6pm
  • 5 March 2023 (Sunday): 10am- 6pm


Harbourside Lawn, West Kowloon Cultural District


By Bus:

Museum Drive

  • Weekdays: 296D
  • Weekends and Public Holidays: 296D, 973

Austin Road West

Alight at Austin Road West, followed by a 5-minute walk to the West Kowloon Cultural District.

  • Routes: 215X, 261B, 281A

Nga Cheung Road

Alight at Nga Cheung Road, followed by a 10-minute walk to the West Kowloon Cultural District.

  • To Tsim Sha Tsui direction: 8, 11, 203E, 280X
  • To Kwun Tong direction: 8, 11, 215X, 281A

Western Harbour Crossing Toll Plaza (Cross harbour buses)

Alight at Western Harbour Crossing Toll Plaza, followed by a 5-minute walk to the West Kowloon Cultural District

  • Routes: 900, 904, 905, 914, 930, 930X, 934, 936, 948, 952, 960, 961, 962X, 967, 968, 968X, 969, 970, 970X, 971, 978, A10, A12, A17, E11, E11A, E11B, P960, P968



Kowloon Station – via Airport Express or Tung Chung Line

  • Exit C1 or D1: Take the escalator to 1/F and follow the signs through ELEMENTS to the Artist Square Bridge on 2/F, Metal Zone to reach the West Kowloon Cultural District (approximately 10 minutes)
  • Exit E4 or E5: Walk along Nga Cheung Road to Museum Drive  (approximately 10 minutes)

Austin Station – via Tuen Ma Line

  • Exit D: Walk along Austin Road West via the Green Plaza to reach the West Kowloon Cultural District (approximately 10 minutes)
  • Exit B4 or B5: Walk to the West Kowloon Cultural District via ELEMENTS (approximately 15 minutes)

9 March 2023

The HKIE International Conference

The HKIE International Conference

Registration details

Due to the overwhelming response, all tickets are sold out and registration is closed.

Conference leaflet >> Download



  • Theatre 1, HKCEC (Conference)
  • Convention Hall, HKCEC (Grand Award Presentation)


Main Theme

  • “Engineering a Greener & Smarter Future for Happier Living”


  • Smart Environment & Energy
  • Smart Logistics & Mobility   
  • Smart Health & Living
  • Smart Building & Construction

Programme Rundown

9:00amWelcome Speech by HKIE President
9:10amSpeech by Guest of Honour
9:20amKeynote Speech
9:40am – 10:55amSub-theme 1: Smart Environment & Energy
10:55am – 11:15amCoffee Break
11:15am – 12:30pmSub-theme 2: Smart Logistics & Mobility
12:30pm – 2:30pmLunch / HKIE Grand Award Presentation
2:30pm – 3:45pmSub-theme 3: Smart Health & Living
3:45pm – 4:05pmCoffee Break
4:05pm – 5:20pmSub-theme 4: Smart Building & Construction
5:20pm – 5:30pmClosing Speech


Guest of honour

Ir Lau Chun-kit, Ricky, JP

Permanent Secretary for Development (Works), Development Bureau

Keynote speaker

Mr Alex Wong

Deputy CEO, Huawei International Co. Limited


Dr Chui Ho Kwong, Samuel, JP

Acting Director of Environmental Protection Department

Ir Edmond Fong

General Manager – Transmission Operation, The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited

Mr Gary Leung

Director, Shenzhen Bus Group Co., Ltd. Assistant

Director (Strategic Planning) The Kowloon Motor Bus Co. (1933) Ltd.

Er Chua Chong Kheng

Deputy Chief Executive (Infrastructure & Development), Land Transport Authority, Singapore

Ir Leung Wing Kee, Ricky

Executive Director, Engineering & Technology, Airport Authority Hong Kong

Ms Law Shuk Pui, Rosanna, JP

Commissioner for Transport, Transport Department

Professor Luo Yukun

Director of Ultrasound Department, PLA General Hospital, Chinese People’s Liberation Army General Hospital

Ir Professor Wei-hsin Liao

Chairman and Choh-Ming Li Professor of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ir Professor Anderson Ho-cheung Shum

President, The Hong Kong Young Academy of Sciences,

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Hong Kong

Mr Liang Heng, Henry 

Deputy General Manager, Executive Deputy Leader Regional Headquarters in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, China Communications Construction Company

Ms Rosana Wong

Executive Director, Yau Lee Holdings Limited

Ir Fong Hok-shing, Michael, JP

Director of Civil Engineering and Development, Civil Engineering and Development Department

11 March 2023

The HKIE Fundraising Cycling and Run

The HKIE Fundraising Cycling and Run



  • Cycling: Individual, family
  • Run: Individual, family, corporate team



Start Time



10 KM Fun Cycling (Individual) [Non-Race]


10 KM Fun Cycling# (Family) [Non-Race]


5 KM Run Individual


5 KM Run Team


5 KM Run Family# (2-4 people) [Non-Race]

#The participants who joined the category can choose two pieces of Event Bike Jersey (for Fundraising Cycling) / Event T-shirt (for Fundraising Run) in size (S/M/L)

*The event is only open to members of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and their friends and relatives.

Hong Kong Engineers Week 2023 run and cycling


5 KM Individual

  • The champion of each category would be awarded a trophy 
  • The 1st runner up to 4th runner up of each category would be awarded a medal 

5 KM Team

  • The champion  to 4th runner up of each category would be awarded a trophy, 5 medals


Latest updated race route (28/2)

  • Fundraising Run events: Start > Promenade > Tong Yin Street > Cross Bay Link (CBL) Pavement > End of CBL Pavement U Turn > Finish Point: Tong Yin Street
  • Fundraising  Cycling events: Start > Promenade Cycling Track > Tong Yin Street > CBL > Cycling Track > End of CBL Cycling Track U Turn > Tong Yin Street> Turn around for 2nd loop > Finish Point: Tong Yin Street Cycling Track