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In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, further measures have to be adopted to maintain social distancing. The leisure and cultural venues/facilities reopened earlier are temporarily closed starting from July 15 (Wednesday) until further notice. Outdoor leisure venues/facilities are temporarily closedOutdoor leisure venues/facilities including tennis courts, bowling greens, sports grounds, Ngau Chi Wan Park Archery Range, Shek O Obstacle Golf Course, Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre, grass pitches, artificial turf soccer pitches, hard-surface pitches, gateball courts, table tennis tables, barbecue sites, skateparks, roller skating rinks, roller hockey grounds, skateboard grounds, outdoor fitness equipment, model car play areas, model boat pools, cycling facilities (except for cycle paths), amphitheatres, public swimming pools, beaches, water sports centres; holiday camps and Pui O Campsite are temporarily closed. Indoor sports facilities are temporarily closedAll indoor sports facilities including sports centres, squash centres and badminton centres are also closed on July 15. Passive/Amenity areas remain openPassive/Amenity areas at LCSD's parks (such as lawns and benches in parks) and outdoor jogging tracks at parks remain open. Booking applications are suspendedMeanwhile, all booking applications for the department's land-based recreation and sports facilities in July are suspended. The LCSD also suspend group booking for public swimming pools in July. Application for use of amphitheatres and non-fee charging leisure venues for non-designated use/sales activities will continue to be suspended until further notice. The recreation and sports programmes to be held in August and September are cancelledThe LCSD has also cancelled the recreation and sports programmes to be held in August and September so as to reduce social contacts and prevent the spread of the virus in the community. The LCSD will arrange refunds for the affected participants of paid activities. Refund arrangementsFor refund arrangements in relation to venue closures, the hirer may submit a completed refund application form together with the original booking permit to the LCSD booking office at a District Leisure Services Office or to relevant leisure venues by post. The application form can be downloaded from www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/aboutlcsd/forms/refund.html. The LCSD will continue to monitor the situation closely and review the arrangements in a timely manner.
The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) announced that, in light of the latest developments of COVID-19, there is a need to put in place measures to reduce social contact, the country park barbecue sites and campsites are temporarily closed starting from 15 July. Barbecue sites and campsites are closed There are currently 163 barbecue sites and 41 campsites under the management of the AFCD, and all of them are closed starting from 15 July. During the closure of the above facilities, no one should carry out barbecuing or camping activities in country parks. AFCD staff will step up patrols of the sites concerned.Country Park Visitor / Education Centres are closedThe following AFCD public facilities are temporarily closed from July 15 and school and public programmes will also be cancelled until further notice: 1. Hong Kong Wetland Park;2. Eight Country Park Visitor/Education Centres, namely Woodside Biodiversity Education Centre, Ngong Ping Nature Centre, Lions Nature Education Centre (LNEC) (except for the outdoor exhibition area), Shing Mun Country Park Visitor Centre, Aberdeen Tree Centre, Clear Water Bay Country Park Visitor Centre, Tai Mo Shan Country Park Visitor Centre and Sai Kung Country Park Visitor Centre (except for the reception counter for permit applications);3. Seven Hong Kong Geopark Visitor Centres, namely Hong Kong Geopark Visitor Centre at LNEC, Sai Kung Volcano Discovery Centre, Lai Chi Wo Geoheritage Centre, Tai Po Geoheritage Centre, Ap Chau Story Room, Kau Sai Village Story Room and Kat O Story Room; and4. Endangered Species Resource Centre at Cheung Sha Wan Government Offices. The AFCD will continue to closely monitor the situation and review the above arrangement as appropriate. For the latest updates on the facilities in the country parks, members of the public can also visit the "Enjoy Hiking" website. The AFCD would like to remind visitors to country parks to ensure personal and environmental hygiene and maintain social distancing. Visitors should properly handle used masks and waste and take their litter home.
In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, further measures have to be adopted to maintain social distancing. All public libraries and their students' study rooms are temporarily closed. All public libraries and museums are temporarily closedAll book drop services of the Hong Kong Public Libraries and those located at three MTR stations as well as the self-service library stations at Island East Sports Centre Sitting-out Area, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Tsuen Nam Road, Tai Wai also suspend services. Public libraries continue to provide online services such as e-Books and e-Databases. All activities of Hong Kong Public Libraries in August and September will also be cancelled. All museums, performance venues and music centres of the Music Office are temporarily closed. All major facilities of performance venues will not be opened before the end of August; all public programmes at museums will be suspended. And all LCSD performing arts programmes and film screenings originally scheduled in August will be suspended. Meanwhile, the New Vision Arts Festival 2020 (NVAF) scheduled to be held from October to November this year has been cancelled. As well, to continue the mission of the NVAF to facilitate artistic creation and international cultural exchanges, a new platform called "(Re)New Vision" will be created to showcase newly commissioned online and on-site works by renowned local and overseas artists from October to November. Details will be announced later on the Online Resources Centre, the website, Facebook and Instagram. URBTIXThe URBTIX outlets and ticket dispensing machines at LCSD performance venues will also be closed. URBTIX will maintain internet and mobile app ticketing and hotline services. Refund arrangements in relation to the closure of cultural facilities will be announced in due course. The LCSD will continue to monitor the situation closely and review the arrangements in a timely manner.
In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, more public swimming pools and gazetted beaches will be reopened. The swimming pools to be reopenedHong Kong Island:Kennedy Town Swimming PoolChai Wan Swimming PoolIsland East Swimming PoolPao Yue Kong Swimming PoolMorrison Hill Swimming PoolVictoria Park Swimming PoolWan Chai Swimming Pool (only for group training purpose)Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Swimming PoolSiu Sai Wan Swimming Pool Kowloon:Kowloon Tsai Swimming PoolTai Wan Shan Swimming PoolJordan Valley Swimming PoolKwun Tong Swimming PoolLai Chi Kok Park Swimming PoolLei Cheng Uk Swimming PoolSham Shui Po Park Swimming PoolTai Kok Tsui Swimming PoolKowloon Park Swimming Pool (indoor L2 training pool only)Lam Tin Swimming Pool (training pool only)Morse Park Swimming Pool New Territories:Tung Chung Swimming PoolKwai Shing Swimming PoolTsing Yi Swimming PoolTsing Yi Southwest Swimming PoolFanling Swimming PoolSai Kung Swimming PoolTseung Kwan O Swimming PoolHin Tin Swimming PoolMa On Shan Swimming PoolSha Tin Jockey Club Swimming PoolTai Po Swimming PoolShing Mun Valley Swimming PoolTsuen King Circuit Wu Chung Swimming PoolTuen Mun North West Swimming PoolTuen Mun Swimming PoolTin Shui Wai Swimming PoolYuen Long Swimming PoolPing Shan Tin Shui Wai Swimming Pool For details of facilities in swimming pools to be reopened, please refer to notices displayed at the venues. The reopened swimming pools will be open from 6.30am to 10pm for three sessions daily with two breaks. Special measuresIn view of the latest situation of COVID-19, the LCSD will adopt special measures at public swimming pools to be reopened, which include: - Leisure pools, children pools and toddlers' pools will continue to be closed. Only some swimming pool facilities such as main pools, secondary pools, training pools or teaching pools will open;- Temporarily limiting the number of users in swimming pools to maintain distance among swimmers;- Distributing numbered tickets to people lining up when the numbers of users in swimming pools have reached the temporary maximum pool capacity, and reminding them to take note of the numbers shown on the queuing board in order to avoid people gathering;- Arranging body temperature screening for all people entering swimming pools. Those with symptoms such as fever or respiratory illness will not be allowed to enter the swimming pools;- Opening alternate shower cubicles and shower heads to ensure appropriate distance between users of shower facilities;- Prohibiting group gatherings of more than eight people in the swimming pools; and- Closing spectator stands at swimming pools temporarily. The public are also advised to wear their own masks before and after swimming, as well as when lining up to enter the swimming pools. Public Swimming Pool Monthly Tickets Public Swimming Pool Monthly Tickets will be available at designated booking offices of Public Swimming Pool Monthly Tickets and Leisure Link Booking Offices at the District Leisure Services Offices from May 20. The LCSD will expedite the processing of block booking applications in or after June when the public swimming pools have reopened. In addition, the 21 gazetted beaches have been reopened. The beaches to be reopenedHong Kong Island:Deep Water Bay BeachRepulse Bay BeachStanley Main BeachShek O BeachBig Wave Bay Beach New Territories:Hung Shing Yeh BeachPui O BeachSilver Mine Bay BeachCheung Chau Tung Wan BeachClear Water Bay Second BeachHap Mun Bay BeachMa Wan Tung Wan BeachCasam BeachLido BeachGolden BeachButterfly BeachTing Kau BeachCafeteria New BeachCastle Peak BeachSilverstrand BeachTrio Beach Lifeguard services at the beachesLifeguard services will be provided daily at the reopened gazetted beaches from 9am to 6pm. The services will be extended from 8am to 7pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays during the peak period from June to August. Special measures for beach-goersThe LCSD appeals to beach-goers to comply with the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation (Cap 599G) on the prohibition of group gatherings of more than eight people. To ensure appropriate distance between shower facilities users, only alternate shower cubicles and shower heads will be open.The other beaches will remain closedApart from the previously reopened gazetted beaches as mentioned above, all other beaches will remain closed with lifeguard services suspended. The public should neither swim nor gather at the closed beaches for social distancing reasons and to avoid accidents.
The Government has launched the “Employment Support Scheme” (ESS) under the second round of the “Anti-epidemic Fund” to provide time-limited financial support to employers to retain employees who may otherwise be made redundant. First tranche of the ESS covers June, July and August. All employers who have made Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) contributions or set up Occupational Retirement Schemes are eligible*. The relevant accounts should be set up on or before March 31, 2020. Self-employed persons who have set up an active MPF account on or before March 31, 2020 (excluding backdating) and with that account remaining opened as of March 31, 2020 will be eligible for a one-off subsidy of $7,500 on application. Application processes Applications for the first tranche of subsidies can now be submitted until 14 June 2020, and more details can be found in the Scheme's dedicated portal. For enquiries about the scheme, please call the hotline at 183 6122. * Types of employers not eligible for ESS are set out in the exclusion list.
The Chief Executive has announced earlier a series of measures on job retention, job creation and job advancement under the Anti-epidemic Fund. It is suggested to create around 30000 time-limited jobs in the public and private sectors in the coming two years to reduce unemployment, the situation of which has been worsened owing to the COVID-19 epidemic. The Development Bureau and departments under it are taking proactive actions to facilitate and implement these measures by providing about 4700 temporary jobs of a wide variety in the times to come. Provide 4700 temporary jobs These temporary jobs cover various areas and people with different skills and academic qualifications, including professionals and technical and back-office support officers, will be eligible. Fresh graduates can also apply for internship programmes on building surveying, urban planning, estate surveying, land surveying and engineering, etc. Of the 4700 new job openings, more than 530 are provided by the government while 4100 and more are openings from private organisations. Some of the job openings will be in place in three months progressively. Digitailise the E&M assets Among these openings, the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department plans to recruit 1200 temporary staff with service terms of up to 18 months. Half of the employees will be responsible for cleaning electrical and mechanical (E&M) systems at several thousand governmental buildings, while the other half will assist in the digitalization of E&M assets. Inspect drainage pipes Besides, the Buildings Department will appoint consultancy firms to inspect drainage pipes at the external walls of over 20000 targeted private domestic and composite buildings in Hong Kong. The appointed firms will have to recruit extra manpower and hence are expected to create more than 400 job openings. Improve buildings safety The Buildings Department will also recruit 120 short-term staff whose job duties include: speeding up the processing of drainage repair order yet to be complied with and cases of misconnection of drainage; organising public educational and promotional activities, etc. Amid the COVID-19 epidemic, the government aims to add momentum to the labour market by increasing short-term job openings for people from all walks of life, from professionals, technical and supporting officers to fresh graduates. (The video is narrated in Cantonese) (The video is provided by the Development Bureau)
Programme Overview Remote working or service has become a new trend against the backdrop of the epidemic. Under the “Anti-Epidemic Fund”, the Innovation and Technology Commission has launched the “Distance Business (D-Biz) Programme” to provide funding support for enterprises to adopt IT solutions for developing distance business. In view of the overwhelming response from enterprises, the Government will allocate $1 billion for the Programme, in addition to the original $500 million, to benefit more enterprises. The Programme will provide an IT Service Providers Reference List to offer relevant market information for enterprises' reference. The Reference List with the first batch of service providers is available on the D-biz Programme website, and will be updated regularly thereafter. The Programme is open to enterprises for funding applications until 31 October 2020. In view of the present situation, the Programme may need to cease accepting applications earlier, taking into account the progress of funding approval and the amount approved. Such an arrangement would be announced about two weeks beforehand. Enterprises wishing to apply for the Programme's funding are advised to submit applications online as soon as possible. Details are available on the Programme's website (u.hkpc.org/dbiz). Funding Scope Under the Programme, for each IT solution and the relevant training expenses for the employees, the funding ceiling is $100,000. Each enterprise may receive total funding of up to $300,000 to undertake a project to be completed within six months. The Programme covers IT categories relating to distance business. Please click here for more details on the funding scope. Funding Application and Eligibility All private enterprises (excluding publicly listed companies, statutory bodies and non-government organisations funded by the Government) with a valid Business Registration Certificate, ongoing business commenced before 1 January 2020 and with substantive business operation in the industry related to the project in the application at the time of application are eligible. The Programme is open for funding applications, interested enterprises can submit applications online. Enrol on the “IT Service Providers Reference List” D-Biz Programme will provide an “IT Service Providers Reference List” to offer relevant market information for enterprises' reference. To enrol on the Reference List, a service provider should possess a valid Business Registration Certificate and relevant technical capability and experience. The Programme is open for IT service providers' applications, interested service providers can submit applications online.
Amid the COVID-19 epidemic, the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) has actively participated in carrying out preventive work, particularly the sterilization of ambulances under the Fire Service Department. Demonstrating a great team spirit, EMSD provides assistance to various departments to combat the virus using innovative technology. Examples include installation of thermal detection devices in different governmental venues, especially in places where people gather, for detection of fever, and stepping up of the cleaning and sterilization of air-conditioning systems. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)
As the COVID-19 epidemic continues, many customs officers, with the support of their families, volunteer to take part in conducting preventive measures. The volunteers, who are assigned to work in a three-shift roster in 24 hours, are responsible for registration, distributing resources and providing care to people under quarantine.As the volunteers say, while their experiences of serving tourists at the boarders can be applied at the quarantine centres, they can also be a listener of the quarantined. Every member of the team is proudly contributing to fighting against the virus. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese)
Pulled down to the depths of the valley, one would ask ‘What’s next?’ Ask the Civil Aid Service’s Cheung Ho-ching and he would tell you, “we will bounce right back, as long as the people of Hong Kong stick together”. CAS is an auxiliary emergency service. Cheung himself is a volunteer working at the Jao Tsung-I Academy quarantine centre, helping the Duty Officer with the centre’s daily operations. Cheung told us that all the volunteers there, while mindful, are not bogged down by fears of infection. The volunteers just want to contribute, play a part and do a little something to help. Forever an optimist, Cheung is not overly bothered about the adverse impact of the epidemic. Rather, he is heartened by the selflessness and compassion of Hong Kong people during such trying times. Unsolicited, many go out of their way to co-ordinate donations, distribute and hand out face masks, hand sanitisers... He can’t help being impressed. Our hats off to our volunteers! Our thanks to each of you who join us in the fight against the virus!
Yes, we may now be down at the bottom of the valley. However, if we slowly make our ascent, one step at a time, we can reach the peak. And from up there, we will re-discover Hong Kong, in all its glory and splendour.According to Country Parks Ranger Chan Lok-sum, there has been a considerable jump in the number of hikers recently, all in search of more space and fresh air. Many however left behind them litter like used tissues and face masks. Ms Chan would love to see fewer litter bugs, if only hikers were more conscientious when disposing their own litter.Probably due to the SARS experience, people in Hong Kong are very disciplined in maintaining personal hygiene. Wearing masks is a norm, so is sharing hygiene essentials with friends in need. Such mutual help and care make Hong Kong a beautiful place to live in.
Hey Mr Postman, how's your day? And how has work been lately?As soon as the epidemic broke out, overseas postal packages started flooding in. Many of them are top of our “most wanted” list — face masks and sanitation products.Our postmen may not be in the war trenches so to speak, but delivering these packages is nonetheless a matter of great urgency too. To ensure their timely delivery to the right hands, many postmen volunteer to stay behind after work to make this happen.Yes, whoever we are, everyone has a role to play and every role is equally important. Credit is not what we are looking for. We are looking for the smile behind every mask. As Postman Lee Wah said, "If everyone does his or her part, the pandemic will be over in no time.” Let’s thank all colleagues who stand by their posts and give their best to overcome this challenge, as well as all of you who help by maintaining social distance.
As the first rescue team member to arrive in Japan, Senior Immigration Officer, Mickie Choi, never for once claimed to be selfless. He, in a matter-of-fact way, described his work in Yokohama as a duty. “Someone has to take this up. Once I was assigned to it, I had got to give my very best and accomplish the mission,” said he.Mickie arrived in Yokohama on February 4. Series of negotiations and preparations followed. When he eventually welcomed ashore the passengers, Choi could not help getting a little emotional. Mission accomplished, yes, but not without concerns. Upon returning home, he had to confine himself temporarily to the living room couch. He, however, hastened to add: “What I did was nothing compared to the selfless dedication of our frontline health workers. I would in fact like to take this opportunity to thank every one of them. I also wish for Hong Kongers to come together; that all can play a part, however small, to overcome this challenge.”We are thankful to those who have helped bring home our residents, to those fighting this pandemic, and to those maintaining social distance!
It has not been easy holding the first line of defence. Hats off to health workers who are engaged in combat, on the firing line, day after day.In seeking to protect patients and themselves at the same time, Dr. Chan Po Ling felt that coping with mental pressures was the most difficult part.While taking off her white coat after work each time, Dr. Chan would ask herself “Should I head home tonight?"“Would being home affect my loved ones?”“Should I rather stay in a hotel or hostel until the pandemic is over?” After all, the well-being of the family is on top of everyone’s mind.Indeed, medical workers are not lone soldiers in the battle. Look at the supporting staff, helpers, and cleaning ladies. They are all in this together. Nobody has the crowning glory. It is shared by each and everyone who is making a contribution to the fight against the coronavirus, one way or the other.Our appreciation goes to all medical workers and supporting staff, not to mention contributors from other sectors, including citizens who chip in by maintaining social distancing – every metre helps!
As an ambulanceman, duty beckons to serve patients with all sorts of injuries and illnesses. Ambulanceman Siu Man-chun is always prepared for the worst.But then, never mind how well prepared one may be, working mostly on the frontline has its concerns. Siu says he is often bothered by fears of infection, and worse still, transmitting it to family and friends. Worries are there, always.Nonetheless, Siu is fully committed to serving Hong Kong, the home to which he belongs and to which he owes his allegiance.Our appreciation goes to all medical workers and supporting staff, not forgetting contributors from other sectors, including citizens who chip in by maintaining social distancing.
During the fight against COVID-19, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) has launched a special one-stop online resources centre to enrich the lives of the public during this period regardless of whether venues are open or closed. The public can now view or participate in multi-faceted leisure and cultural activities that suit all ages from the comfort of their homes. SportsAppeal and Demonstration by Sports StarsHealthy Exercise for All Campaign - Interactive GameParent-child ActivitiesExercise in the WorkplaceSimple Circuit TrainingEasy Aerobic DanceRope Skipping for Fun MuseumsHong Kong Science Museum - Unlocking the Secrets - The Science of Conservation at The Palace MuseumHong Kong Museum of Art on Google Arts & Culture ProjectHong Kong Heritage Museum on Google Arts & Culture ProjectHong Kong Museum of Art “Classics Remix: The Hong Kong Viewpoint - Animations”ICH On-lineOi! - One minute of VoidOi! - Workout WednesdayRadio Television Hong Kong Journey through the Museums Librariese-Content Highlights: Healthy LivingChildren Picture and Story BooksHong Kong Memory15-Minute Read (Content in Chinese only)Elderly (Content In Chinese only) MusicHong Kong Chinese Orchestra "Together, We Fight the Virus"Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra "Synergizing Hong Kong with Heartening Sound of the Drums"Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra Next Station Moon by Ng King-panHK Phil — Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 conducted by Jaap van ZwedenHK Phil Europe Tour 2015, Vienna - Musikverein Wien (Full Length)Musicus Fest 2019 — Vivaldi: Concerto for Violin and Cello in B-flat by Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra with Noah Bendix-Balgley (Violin) and Trey Lee (Cello)Premiere Performances of Hong Kong "Beare’s Premiere Music Festival" — Mendelssohn OctetWindpipe Chinese Music Ensemble — Huqin Ensemble: Pacing Horses in the Countryside in Spring TheatreHKRep [Facebook Performace Rewind]World Cultures Festival 2019: Ibsen’s Ghosts: A Play-reading and interactive commentary event by theatre du pif* DanceR&T (Rhythm & Tempo) Tap Dance Lession (1)* Multi-ArtsWorld Cultures Festival 2019 Special outdoor programme: Nobody but a princess… by phase7 performing.artsInteractive Lighting Installation - Magic Behind the Moon by Hung Keung in celebration of 2019 Mid-autumn FestivalCircular Reflection by Hung Keung and Alex Cheung in celebration of opening of the Salisbury Garden Family EntertainmentInternational Arts Carnival 2019: The Nightingale by The Only Stage*BE KIDS Bi Li Ba La Fun Time (1)*Jumbo Kids Theatre's Classroom (1)* *In Cantonese (For more details, please visit LCSD "One-stop online resources centre" webpage)
Vegetarianism refers to meat-free dishes and adoption of the plant-based foods as the daily diet for vegetarians including vegans, lacto-vegetarian, ovo-vegetarian and lacto-ovo-vegetarians. With the growing awareness towards environmental protection and health, the refined and nutritious vegetarian dishes have become popular.Let us go through below recommended Chinese and English e-books for making simple, healthy and nutritious vegetarian dishes with natural and fresh food recipes. 《Vegan for everybody : Foolproof plant-based recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in-between》 Introduction:Avoid the pitfalls of bland food, lack of variety, and overprocessed ingredients with approachable, fresh, vibrant recipes. Can vegan cooking be flavorful? Satisfying? Easy to make? Through rigorous testing on the science of vegan cooking, America's Test Kitchen addresses these questions head-on, finding great-tasting and filling vegan protein options, cooking without dairy, preparing different whole grains and vegetables, and even baking. With more than 200 rigorously-tested vibrant recipes, this cookbook has something satisfying for everyone--the committed vegan or simply those looking to freshen up their cooking. With more than 200 rigorously-tested vibrant recipes, this cookbook has something satisfying for everyone--the committed vegan or simply those looking to freshen up their cooking. Author: America's Test KitchenPublisher: America's Test Kitchen. 2017Source:eBooks on EBSCOhost*For details, please visit the e-Book Highlights of Hong Kong Public Libraries (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top) 《Vegans save the world : Plant-based recipes and inspired ideas for every Week of the Year》 Introduction:Now, tens of thousands of people have put down their knives in favor of a vegan or vegetarian diet for weight loss or to control blood pressure and cholesterol. Not-so-healthy carnivore to healthy clean eating vegan: Author Alice Mary Alvrez shares her journey from not-so-healthy carnivore to urban homesteader who turned her health around and contributes to a healthier planet as well. This utterly unique vegan cookbook offers over 100 easy-to-make vegan recipes and many basic woman eco-warrior and plant-powered cook recipes.. Author: Alvrez, AlicePublisher: Mango. 2017Source:eBooks on EBSCOhost*For details, please visit the e-Book Highlights of Hong Kong Public Libraries (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top) 《Vegan for everybody : Foolproof plant-based recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in-between》 Introduction:Healthy, Delicious Recipes with Plant Powered ProteinProtein is the macronutrient that's on the tip of everyone's tongue these days, but a protein-rich diet doesn't have to mean chowing down on giant bowls of beans or plates of egg whites—nor does it have to include meat, fish, or poultry. In this book, the Vegetarian Times editors set the protein story straight, showing you how to meet all your protein needs with delicious, satisfying, easy-to-prepare recipes that fit seamlessly into any lifestyle. Author: Chappell, Mary MargaretPublisher: Guilford, Connecticut : Globe Pequot Press. 2017Source:eBooks on EBSCOhost*For details, please visit the e-Book Highlights of Hong Kong Public Libraries (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top) 《自家製素食家常菜》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 伍麗貞Publisher: 壹出版, 2015Source: HyRead電子書*For details, please visit the e-Book Highlights of Hong Kong Public Libraries (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top) 《素做幸福滋味. 2, 純素革命Vegvolution》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 久久素食機構Publisher: 佳魁文化 2016Source: HyRead電子書*For details, please visit the e-Book Highlights of Hong Kong Public Libraries (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top) 《素做幸福滋味. 2, 純素革命Vegvolution》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: Elvis ChanPublisher: 紅出版(青森文化)，2017Source: HyRead電子書*For details, please visit the e-Book Highlights of Hong Kong Public Libraries (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top)
The Education University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Physical Education Association would like to connect you with exercise to fight against the epidemic. Many Elite Athletes uploaded the videos on social media and showed us how to do exercise at home. Move up!Come and let more people be active to fight against the epidemic!(*Do 20 time aerobic exercise and 20 second stretching exercise. Please upload your video to your social media platform and tag 3 of your friends.)Wong Kam-po (Hong Kong Elite Athlete, Cycling) Kwok Ho-ting, Marco (Hong Kong Elite Athlete, Cycling) Sze Hang-yu, Rosanna (Hong Kong Swimming Team Members) Au Chun-ming, Leo (Hong Kong Elite Athlete, Squash) Lee Ka-man (Hong Kong Elite Athlete, Rowing) Xu Xin-ran (China Elite Athlete, National Tradition Games) Liu Guan-jun (China Elite Athlete, Rugby) Gao Yu-chi (China Elite Athlete, Martial Arts) Shek Wai-Jung (Hong Kong Elite Athlete, Gymnastic) Doo Hoi-kem (Hong Kong Elite Athlete, Table Tennis)
Handwashing simply means getting your hands wet under tap water, doesn’t it? Well, yes and no. Handwashing can be a matter of profession when you take it seriously. Basically there are two ways of securing hand hygiene: one by liquid soap and water, and the other by alcohol-based hand-rub. With liquid soap and water It is advised to clean hands with liquid soap and water when hands are visibly dirty or visibly soiled with blood and body fluid, after using the toilet or changing the diapers. Steps:(i) Wet hands under running water.(ii) Apply liquid soap and rub hands together to make a soapy lather.(iii) Away from the running water, rub hands according to the 7 steps of hand hygiene technique for at least 20 seconds. Do not rinse off the soap while rubbing.(iv) Rinse hands thoroughly under running water.(v) Dry hands thoroughly with either a clean cotton towel or a paper towel.(vi) The cleaned hands should not touch the water tap directly again. For example: using a paper towel to wrap the faucet before turn it off. With alcohol-based handrub When hands are not visibly soiled, hand hygiene with 70-80% alcohol-based handrub is also an effective alternative. (Always check the expiry date before purchasing and using alcohol-based handrub.) Steps:(i) Apply a palmful of alcohol-based handrub to cover all surfaces of the hands. Rub hands according to the 7 steps of hand hygiene technique for at least 20 seconds until the hands are dry. There are three principles to note if you would like to be an expert of hand hygiene: Point 1：Rub hands with 7 stepsThat is the seven parts of your hand, i.e. Palms > Back of hands > Between fingers > Back of fingers > Thumbs > Finger tips > Wrists.Point 2：Rub hands at least 20 secondsPoint 3：Reminding Each Other to Keep Hands Clean Before you are ready to be a hand hygiene master, remember to always clean your hands in the following circumstances: (a) Before & after touching eyes, nose and mouth;(b) Before eating & preparing food;(c) After using the toilet;(d) When hands are contaminated by respiratory secretions, e.g. aftercoughing or sneezing;(e) After changing diapers or handling soiled items from children orthe sick;(f) After touching animals, poultry or their droppings;(g) After handling garbage;(h) After touching public installations or equipment, such as escalator handrails, elevator control panels or door knobs;(i) Before and after visiting hospitals, residential care homes or caring for the sick; and last but not least, "Any time you find your hands dirty."