Cooperative Project - Christian Family Service Centre, Centre for Adolescent Mental Health Prevention and Intervention

Internet Demon

The Centre for Adolescent Mental Health Prevention and Intervention’s rationale is “smart youth” and “smiling life”. This project objective was to let young people understand the problems caused by Internet addiction and remind them to avoid excessive use of the Internet.

In this video, the student team created a naughty devil to show how it affects teenagers’ daily lives, and tackled the issue in a humourous way. The video is divided into four sections and each has their own themes, including Family, Personal Relationships, Health and Academic Achievements.

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Participating students include —

Digital Media Year 2 students

CHUI Kai Lun, HO Suen Wing, LAU On In, SAM Long Hei Roy and YUEN Ching Kit Jack 

Project Tutors —

Step CHEUNG and Jae OH
School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Work-integrated Education in PolyU brings students together with real-world clients both inside and outside the classroom. Students’ fresh ideas, energy and passion lead to exciting opportunities for clients and collaborators. 
The Cooperative Project is undertaken as a compulsory subject in the first semester of students’ final year of study. Collaborators ranging from commercial enterprises to government departments and non-profit organisations work together with tutors to come up with design briefs that meet the needs of their target audiences.