Poster of Professional Geospatial Workshop

Professional Geospatial Workshop

"Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS)"



  • Introduction to GIS and hands-on session for display, edit, query and analysis of spatial data

  • Suitable for anyone looking for kicking off their exploration in spatial data and GIS

Intended Audience

GIS beginners


1. Professional Geospatial Workshop – "Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS)" 
    (with demonstrations and hands-on practices)

2. Tour in Geospatial Lab, with showcases and demonstrations (Face-to-face session only)


12 April 2023 at 15:00 – 17:00


Geospatial Lab (Units 915-918, 9/F, Tower 1, Millennium City 1, 388 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon) or online observation

Guest Lecturers: Ms Moon Kok, Executive Committee of HKGISA

(Please refer to “Introduction of Guest Lecturer” for details)


Cantonese, supplemented by English teaching materials

Registration Details

  • Please register via the registration link

  • Quota for face-to-face session: 25 (first-come-first-served)

  • Free of charge

  • The workshop with hands-on practice will be conducted in face-to-face session. Participants can also join via virtual session as observers

  • Successful applicants will be notified individually by phone or email

*Geospatial Lab reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the activity

Introduction of Guest Lecturer

Ms Moon Kok

Ms Moon Kok recently serves as the Executive Committee at HKGISA. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong, holding a bachelor’s degree majoring in urban studies. As an urban specialist, her work focuses on walkability, smart city and application of GIS. Previously, she was the student research assistant of the department of Urban Planning and Design, HKU, where she was responsible for investigating methods to compile and analyze data effectively. She is not only active in the University but also acted as the vocation trainee of and GIS trainee of the Planning Department and Esri China (HK) Limited, where she undertook district-based planning-related tasks and analyzed spatial data.


Please contact the Geospatial Lab via 3708 7260, WhatsApp 9187 2916 or email