Problem Solving Workshop

About escape room game
  • Escape room game a popular indoor game among young people, provides series of reality escape room experiences, where players are locked and required to use the clues inside the room to solve various puzzles in order to escape within a time limit (45 minutes per session).
  • Generally 6-8 players in each room are required to work with the team members in using the gadgets provided to escape. The process triggers players to excel their ” cognition”, “communication”, “cooperation” and “observation” skills, as well as teamwork.

Through resolving the challenges from the game, we aim to establish a cooperative experiences for families!

  • Create an experiential learning opportunity for participants to reflect their habitual mindset and communication mood with peer / family members; and attitude toward success or failure when facing difficulties, through a simulative ‘trapped’ situation* with appropriate pre / post activities coaching.

  • Provide a ‘time-out’ session for low-income parent to learn at equal footing with their teenage children and possess a same problem solving experience for better communication and appreciation of other’s strengths in future.

  • Enhance positive attitude (eg. be able to see possibilities behind difficulties and seek constructive communication with family members – a critical survival mindset and skillset of low-income families)
Expected take away


  • Through this experiential game, let teenagers learn ways to deal with difficulties together with peers and parents.
  • Learn to seek help and enhance emotion quotient appropriately.
  • Be able to share the ‘fruits’ with team and implement the skills learned in daily lives.


  • Through the problem solving process, parents could build a healthy communication practice based on mutual understanding and respect with children.
  • discover each others’ unique abilities, personalities and strengths throughout the game.
  • Uncover the little traits / skills in parenting and family relationship building.
Participants Remarks

around 4 hours

Target beneficiaries
Upper primary to junior secondary (P.5 - F. 3) low income students and their parents
Number of beneficiary
Max. 30 persons
(i.e. 15 families)
Number of volunteer
Max. 10 persons
(1-2 volunteers per game)
Depending on the date and number of people
Lost Hong Kong, 1/F, 1-3 Pak Sha Road, Causeway Bay
Address is Causeway Bay Stadium at Lost Hong Kong
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