#Physical Health

From Hongyu Mi to Everyone: (1:27 PM)so cutecan you talk about some corporation between physical health and sustainable food?

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  1. What is the sustainability challenge you are tackling?
  2. What have you tried so far/ what are your existing programmes?
  3. What were the challenges in implementing them? What do you think are the gaps? What do you think needs to be done to achieve the impact that you want?
  4. What do you think students can do to support your work?
  5. Most people are aware of reactive medicine, but how do you view their lack of awareness of the preventive medicine like exercise?
  6. For most campaigns like Exercise is Medicine, probably people’s awareness would raise during the campaign. How do you ensure them to exercise after the campaign ends. Especially after the long periods of quarantine during COVID lockdown
  7. Are there any particular diseases that you can foresee in the general populations who don't exercise regularly? What kind of social issues would that bring?

Important Links

  1. https://www.eim.cse.hku.hk

Questions for Experts (Summarized)

  1. How social media change sports habit of individuals?
  2. In HK, many people often stay in their office for a whole day without physical exercise, is it feasible to implement office gym.
  3. How to balance between physical health and study / productivity?
  4. For students who physically cannot participate in sports, what tips do you give for overall health?
  5. What is the relationship between physical and mental health for you?
  6. What we can do to motivate people to exercise after COVID-19? Any tips for exercising at home (with limited space)?
  7. Has the HKU Sports Facility made any progress towards sustainability?
  8. What do you think about technological advance (e.g. VR, AI)'s impact on physical health? Do people look at physical health less seriously?
  9. Is there any difference to motivate younger and older generation to exercise?

Questions from Students

  1. Why do you think students are less enthusiastic about participating in activities like ‘walk around the world’
  2. From Briana Lau to Everyone: (10:51 AM)What do you think is more important - mental health or physical health?
  3. From Cheuk Him CHAU to Everyone: (10:51 AM)could you give more detail information on the course about sports?
  4. From Yuk Tsan Wong to Everyone: (10:51 AM)How to make use of technology like AI to encourage people to exercise more?
  5. From KIM YEARIM to Everyone: (10:51 AM)Does soical media has large effect to change sports habbit of individuals?
  6. From Adrian Tsang to Everyone: (10:51 AM)In HK, many people often stay in their office for a whole day without physical exercise, is it feasible to implement office gym. If so, how to strive a balance between productivity and physical health?
  7. From Henry Poon to Everyone: (10:51 AM)How do we as individuals be more inclusive and encourage inclusivity in our campus?
  8. From Man Kay HUNG to Everyone: (10:52 AM)What will be your respond if students tell you that their study workload is too high, so they have no spare time for exercising?
  9. From Raphaele G to Everyone: (10:52 AM)What do you think about incentives for people to stay healthy?
  10. From Aastha Gaur to Everyone: (10:52 AM)How do you think we can promote physical health in a generation where diseases like obesity are increasing?
  11. From Adrian Tsang to Everyone: (10:52 AM)Citizens often spend much time on transportation, what your opinion on the cycling culture in HK?
  12. From Hyunjoo (May) Kim to Everyone: (10:52 AM)For students who physically cannot participate in sports, what tips do you give for overall health?
  13. From yasmine casupanan to Everyone: (10:52 AM)considering the current pandemic with certain restrictions, such as social distancing and the closing of gyms and other sports centres, it’s hard to be active. since the pandemic has already taken over half a year, students could start to develop a sort of sedentary lifestyle. positively thinking, once the pandemic is over, how do you think you could motivate students to bounce back, especially for those who used to very active but could not do any sports during the pandemic?
  14. From Yi Tung YAO to Everyone: (10:52 AM)Some people may think doing sport is waste of time and troublesome. What would you do to reduce the barriers of doing sports in HKU?
  15. From Ji Hyun Park to Everyone: (10:52 AM)apart from exercise, what other ways do you try to promote physical health to students?
  16. From Henry Chu to Everyone: (10:51 AM)Would you promote exercising at home as a good alternative during COVID and a kickstart for beginners in doing exercise?
  17. From Adrian Tsang to Everyone: (10:51 AM)In HK, many people often stay in their office for a whole day without physical exercise, is it feasible to implement office gym. If so, how to strive a balance between productivity and physical health?
  18. From Henry Poon to Everyone: (10:51 AM)How do we as individuals be more inclusive and encourage inclusivity in our campus?
  19. From Man Kay HUNG to Everyone: (10:52 AM)What will be your respond if students tell you that their study workload is too high, so they have no spare time for exercising?
  20. From Raphaele G to Everyone: (10:52 AM)What do you think about incentives for people to stay healthy?
  21. From Aastha Gaur to Everyone: (10:52 AM)How do you think we can promote physical health in a generation where diseases like obesity are increasing?
  22. From Adrian Tsang to Everyone: (10:52 AM)Citizens often spend much time on transportation, what your opinion on the cycling culture in HK?
  23. From Hyunjoo (May) Kim to Everyone: (10:52 AM)For students who physically cannot participate in sports, what tips do you give for overall health?
  24. From yasmine casupanan to Everyone: (10:52 AM)considering the current pandemic with certain restrictions, such as social distancing and the closing of gyms and other sports centres, it’s hard to be active. since the pandemic has already taken over half a year, students could start to develop a sort of sedentary lifestyle. positively thinking, once the pandemic is over, how do you think you could motivate students to bounce back, especially for those who used to very active but could not do any sports during the pandemic?
  25. From Yi Tung YAO to Everyone: (10:52 AM)Some people may think doing sport is waste of time and troublesome. What would you do to reduce the barriers of doing sports in HKU?
  26. From Ji Hyun Park to Everyone: (10:52 AM)apart from exercise, what other ways do you try to promote physical health to students?
  27. From Pei Cheng Thong to Everyone: (10:52 AM)would there be any more campaigns that are able to not only promote sports in HKU but also the entire HK?
  28. From Khushee Soni to Everyone: (10:52 AM)How do we encourage exercise more and how can we do so with social media influence?
  29. From JUNWOO KANG to Everyone: (10:52 AM)What is the link between physical health and mental health?
  30. From Jiayi XIN(Raina) to Everyone: (10:52 AM)How do you intend to increase student participation
  31. From Seiyoung Joung to Everyone: (10:52 AM)Has the HKU Sports Facility made any progress towards sustainability?
  32. From Hongyu Mi to Everyone: (10:52 AM)how can AI technology be used in the aspect of physical health. are there any examples?
  33. From Andy Li to Everyone: (10:52 AM)How do we promote the concept that exercises doesn’t really need that much prerequisite
  34. From Katie Leung Hoi Tung to Everyone: (10:53 AM)How can physical health, especially exercising, being promoted in this pandemic situation?
  35. From Henry Poon to Everyone: (10:53 AM)Do you think that COVID hinders more than facilitates the development of sport habits?
  36. From Ho Chun Fai to Everyone: (10:53 AM)Do you think that technological advance makes people take their physical health less serious? How do we promote sports in general?
  37. From Asuka Wakino to Everyone: (10:53 AM)Some students, especially those in the older years, are probably flooded with school work. Are there ways these students can be supported with making time for exercise?
  38. From Marty Forth to Everyone: (10:53 AM)During my Undergraduate you were required to take on PE class to graduate… I took lifeguarding!
  39. From Khushee Soni to Everyone: (10:53 AM)Where do we start if we want to be more physically active and healthy?
  40. From JUNWOO KANG to Everyone: (10:53 AM)How do we practically encourage all the age groups, not only young students but also elders who really need excersicse
  41. From Sistine Yu to Everyone: (10:53 AM)how do you like outdoor recreational activities like going hiking compared to indoor exercising?
  42. From Anson Lee to Everyone: (10:53 AM)Any incentive for inertial people to be aware of their health and do sports in their busy lives?
  43. From Nicole Wong to Everyone: (10:53 AM)Any tips for (promoting) exercising at home (especially during Covid) especially since most HongKongers have limited space at home/ no equiptment, which makes it harder to execute.
  44. From Khushee Soni to Everyone: (10:54 AM)Academics to some students outweigh physical health. How do we change this view?
  45. From Shi Ming Jasmine KWOK to Everyone: (10:54 AM)Can physical well being impact other SDGs, besides health & well being?
  46. From KIM YEARIM to Everyone: (10:56 AM)What do you think about the relationship between mental health and physical health? Some people might have good mental health, but not physical one...
  47. From Hongyu Mi to Everyone: (10:57 AM)can you talk about some corporations between physical health and sustainable food?
  48. From oliviahk@connect.hku.hk to Everyone: (10:58 AM)would you consider cooperating with halls/societies to increase student involvement? as they also have sports activities, cooperation may help reach more students
  49. From Man Kay HUNG to Everyone: (10:58 AM)What is your view towards the latest virtual reality technology where a virtual partner can accompany users when they put on their VR glasses and go running? Does it encourage people to do more exercise in the long term?
  50. From Ji Hyun Park to Everyone: (10:58 AM)what's your opinion on body positivity and the recent fat acceptance movement?