Launch of Breakthrough Movement.
Launch of “Breakthrough Magazine”.
Inauguration of Counselling Centre.
Launch of the radio program “Breakthrough Moment” in Commercial Radio HK II.
Inauguration of Audio-Visual Centre.
Launch of “Breakthrough Junior Magazine”.
Launch publication of “Breakthrough Book Series”.
Opening of the first Breakthrough Gallery in Ngau Tau Kok.
Launch of “Rooted in Hong Kong” Movement, producing the multi-image production titled “Roots—Dedicated to Today’s Hong Kong Chinese” and toured around North America.
Acquisition of Breakthrough Centre in Jordan.
Premiere TV series “Generation 21” was shown on ATV. The production was honoured in the “New York International Film & TV Festival”.
TV series “Pathfinding”, “The Quest for the Metropolis” and “Eastern Europe – the Morning After” were shown on ATV.
Set up “Breakthrough Overseas Missions” in Canada.
Launch of “Understanding the Adolescent Project”.
Grand Opening of the Breakthrough Youth Village.
The 1st “Leadership Academy” (LA).
Holding “Listening to Youth’s Dream” card design contest and a “10 Listening Tips Competition” in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Launch of “Uzone21.com” youth portal.
Launch of “U+” Magazine.
The 1st “Inner Challenge”.
Launch of “Igniting Youth Dream” campaign to promote “Dreams, make a difference”.
Launch of “Breakazine!”.
Breakthrough celebrated its 40th anniversary.
“Breakthrough New Leadership Succession Ceremony”.
Launch of “Breakthrough Cultural Space” at Breakthrough Centre.
Breakthrough puts efforts in building youth community and pays attention to the development of youth workers. In 2002, youth membership for Breakthrough Square was launched. The "School-based Counseling Training Project" was organized in Shanghai in collaboration with the Youth Foundation and East China Normal University in the subsequent year. In 2004, Breakthrough entered a partnership with 8 local churches and for the "Making of Christian Youth Worker".
In response to Liberal Studies becoming the core subject in secondary schools, Breakthrough promotes the spirit of learning Liberal Studies to respond to the confusing values in this era, cultivate youths to think independently and analytically.
This in turn enables them to live as responsible, rational and compassionate citizens in a diversified community. In 2005, Breakthrough obtained a sponsorship from the Quality Education Fund and started the 2-year programme "Creative Approach to Learning Liberal Studies" (CALLS). In 2009, the "Breakazine!" was launched to inspire the youngsters to reflect upon life from different perspectives. It also serves as a platform for the youngsters to express their voice and other works of liberal education were launched.
The mobile phone has led to more popular application of the internet, and enabled people to enter the web-world at any moment. The world vision and value system of the new generation has been greatly influenced by this turbulent global culture. In 2010, Breakthrough started its publication of electronic books and developed a new experience of reading and information collection. The functional capabilities of Uzone21.com were also strengthened to pool together the young web-users. In 2011, vBreak was launched simultaneously with the tailor-made Apps to make use of the video channel to collect the creative short video recordings from all over the world and covering different web cultures, thereby widening the vision of the young audience. In the same year, Breakthrough pioneered the first Human Library in Hong Kong, which allows youngsters to contact face to face with other people, to listen to them, to put aside their biased views and to establish a culture of dialogue with mutual respect.