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Nine Decades at the Main Building: Thematic Exhibition at the Po Leung Kuk Museum

Completed in 1932, the Po Leung Kuk Main Building has been the home of destitute women and children. It is also the Headquarters where important decisions are made, and charity traditions are carried forward by directors and fellows. Located in Causeway Bay, the Main Building has been a testament to the development of Kuk’s work in the district. As rapid development of Hong Kong since the 20th century transformed the cityscape, the Main Building also witnessed the same growth of the district and the society; its surroundings expanded gradually with new buildings to meet its latest needs, forming into a multipurpose Headquarters we have today. To commemorate the 90th Anniversary of Po Leung Kuk Main Building cum 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR, this exhibition aspires to bring visitors on a journey to revisit the origin and development of the Main Building, and displays the evolution of Po Leung Kuk as the society’s need for social welfare evolved.

【Literature 101】Stream of Consciousness

LCSD Edutainment Channel【Literature 101】【Literature 101】Stream of Consciousness Episode 1 (Content in Chinese only) 【Literature 101】Stream of Consciousness Episode 2 (Content in Chinese only) 【Literature 101】Stream of Consciousness Episode 3 (Content in Chinese only) For more details, please visit the LCSD Edutainment Channel,or the website of Hong Kong Public Libraries.

Latest arrangements on cultural venues (Updated on 4/5/2022)

in view of the relaxation of some social distancing measures announced by the Government, some cultural venues are reopened from April 21 (Thursday), and more venues reopened gradually by phases from May 5 (Thursday).Public libraries and study rooms resume servicesAll public libraries resume services from April 21 and starting from May 19, the limit on the number of users in public libraries are suitably relaxed. Facilities to be reopened include the adult, young adult and children's libraries, the newspapers and periodicals areas, the Toy Library of Hong Kong Central Library and computer facilities. Students' study rooms are reopened on April 19 early with extended opening hours until May 31. All book drop services of public libraries and those located at MTR Central, Kowloon Tong and Nam Cheong 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, will maintain services. The counting of overdue fines shall resume from May 5. Please visit the website of Hong Kong Public Libraries for details. Museums are reopenedAll museums (except the Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence and the Sheung Yiu Folk Museum) are reopened on April 21. And starting from May 19, the limit on the number of users in museums are suitably relaxed. Public programmes will resume gradually. For public programmes to be held at museums, including the screeniing programmes of the Hong Kong Film Archive, the limit on the number of audiences/users and other arrangements are increased from 50 to 85 per cent of the original.Performance venues are reopenedAll performance venues (except for Tai Po Civic Centre, Sheung Wan Civic Centre and Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre) are reopened for performances or activities with live audiences from April 21 with special seating arrangements. The limit on the number of audiences/users in each facility of LCSD performance venues are relaxed starting from May 19, with capacity to be increased from 50 to 85 per cent of the original. Consecutive seats will be limited to eight. For details, please refer to the notifications of individual venues. Performers who are unable to wear masks during rehearsal or performance must take a government-recognised reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction nucleic acid test for COVID-19 and obtain a negative test result within seven days before their first entry to the performance venues, and undergo a rapid antigen test for COVID-19 every day before entry into the premises. For activities to be held in minor facilities of the performance venues such as music/dance studios and lecture/function/conference rooms, the number of users are limited to half of the original capacity in most cases. For the number of users, the number of participants in each cluster and other details, please refer to the notifications of individual venues. Eating and drinking are not permitted inside the hiring facilities. All hiring activities open to the public at outdoor facilities remain suspended.    URBTIXURBTIX maintains Internet and mobile app ticketing and hotline services. URBTIX outlets and ticket dispensing machines at LCSD performance venues resume operation together with the reopened venues from April 21 onwards. Ticket holders of cancelled events are advised to contact the respective event organisers or check their latest announcements on refund arrangements. For events for which organisers choose to arrange refunds at URBTIX outlets, details will be announced on the URBTIX webpage in due course.Music centres resume counter servicesAll music centres of the Music Office resume counter services from April 21. All instrumental music training classes, musicianship classes, and some outreach music courses organised by the Music Office will resume face-to-face classes on the same day. In light of public health considerations, both Chinese and Western wind instrumental classes will continue to be conducted online until further notice.Special measuresIn order to comply with the requirements stipulated in the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation (Cap. 599F) and relevant requirements of administrative instructions, the LCSD will ensure necessary measures to be adopted at reopened venues. Users of sports premises, performance venues, museums and public libraries are required to scan the "LeaveHomeSafe" QR code before being allowed to enter for necessary contact tracing if a confirmed case is found. In accordance with the Prevention and Control of Disease (Vaccine Pass) Regulation (Cap. 599L) and relevant requirements of administrative instructions, all persons entering or remaining at sports premises or other indoor venues under the management of the LCSD must comply with the requirement of the Vaccine Pass. To expedite the process of admission, appeals are made to members of the public to download and install the "LeaveHomeSafe", "iAM Smart" or "eHealth" mobile app in advance and/or store the QR code of a COVID-19 vaccination record or COVID-19 vaccination medical exemption certificate in the app, or carry a paper copy of their COVID-19 vaccination record and/or COVID-19 vaccination medical exemption certificate printed with an encrypted QR code for scanning by the staff members of certain premises. Members of the public who opt for showing their COVID-19 vaccination record or exemption certificate printed without an encrypted QR code are reminded to arrive earlier to avoid delaying their visits as longer time is required for such registration.Visitors to facilities of sports premises, public libraries, museums, performance venues and music centres will be subject to temperature checks and will need to use hand sanitiser before admission. They also need to wear their own masks. Enhanced cleaning and disinfection measures will be conducted at venues.The LCSD will pay close attention to the latest developments of the pandemic, as well as the requirements for scheduled premises as stipulated in the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation (Cap. 599F), and review or revise the above reopening arrangements in due course.

e-Book Highlights - Internet Era – Computer Skills

You may browse selected articles from below e-databases via E-Account; or Library card; or Smart Identity Card allowed for Library Purposes; AND Password.If you have never applied for a library card or E-Account of Hong Kong Public Libraries, please visit the Hong Kong Public Libraries website to know more aboout the application details.  《Everything You Need to Ace Computer Science and Coding in One Big Fat Notebook》 Introduction: This Big Fat Notebook makes it all “sink in” with key concepts, mnemonic devices, definitions, diagrams, and doodles to help you understand computer science. It put a pretty impressive array of tech fields in pleasing, graphic-rich layouts incorporating oversize fonts, lots of color highlighting, numbered lists, charts, diagrams, and occasional cartoon characters who offer encouragement and levity.The material and reading level are appropriate for the intended middle-school audience and should be accessible to experienced programmers and neophytes alike. Author: Grant SmithPublisher: Workman Publishing, 2020Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《How it works知識大圖解 [2020年06月號] [ISSUE 69]:比筆電快上1億倍的量子電腦》 (Please refer to the Chinese version)  Author: LiveABC互動英語教學集團編輯Publisher: 希伯崙,2020Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead e-Magazine (Back to top) 《14堂蘋果達人的養成課》 (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 陳寗Publisher: 碁峰資訊,2018Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《5G時代大未來:利用大數據打造智慧生活與競爭優勢》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 顏長川Publisher: 時報文化, 2020Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《極限嚴選!Google超神密技完全攻略》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: PCuSER研究室Publisher: 電腦人文化,2019Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries)

The Free Virtual Tour of "Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving" Exhibition

Is it possible to tour the exhibition of the Hong Kong Museum of History while at home? Sure it is! A 360-degree virtual tour of the exhibition "Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving" jointly presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and the Department of Culture and Tourism of Guangdong Province, and jointly organised by the Hong Kong Museum of History and the Guangdong Museum, is now on-line. The exhibition will reveal the practical uses and artistic qualities of Chaozhou woodcarving, while also giving the audience a taste of the customs and humanistic spirit of the Chaoshan region.>>>Click here to join the virtual tour!<<<

e-Book Highlights - Food & Nutrition – Different Types of Diets

You may browse selected articles from below e-databases via E-Account; or Library card; or Smart Identity Card allowed for Library Purposes; AND Password.If you have never applied for a library card or E-Account of Hong Kong Public Libraries, please visit the Hong Kong Public Libraries website to know more aboout the application details.  《Always Eat After 7 PM》 Introduction: In this book, the bestselling author Joel Marion debunks the myths underlying traditional dieting and offers a simple, highly effective weight loss program.This three-phase plan shows dieters how to lose big by strategically eating big in the evening when we're naturally hungriest. The secret to sustained fat loss lies in a combination of intermittent fasting (IF), filling daytime meals with Volumizing Superfoods, and strategic hormone-regulating food combinations—before bed (including Super Carbs like potatoes and white rice!). Author: Joel MarionPublisher: BenBella Books, Inc., 2020Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Eat Clean, Stay Lean》 Clean eating offers you a more sustainable and nourishing way to eat—without skimping on flavor or leaving you hungry.This book will teach you to leverage clean eating—instead of counting calories, going carb-free, or adopting restrictive habits—to help you lose weight while still enjoying life.The 70 clean and tasty recipes will keep you satisfied and on track with your weight-loss goals. These meals, combined with exercise tips and advice on removing everyday, metabolism-messing toxins from your home and personal care products, will help you adopt a cleaner overall lifestyle. Now, clean eating and losing weight are easier—and more rewarding—than ever before.   Author: Editors Of Prevention MagazinePublisher: Harmony/Rodale, 2016Source: OverDrive eBook (Back to top) 《Superfood食癒力》 (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 吳耀芬(Kathy)著Publisher: 天窗出版社,2017Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: SUEP e-Book (Back to top) 《為孩子身心健康的23個飲食教育法》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 陳美齡Publisher: 萬里機構,2020Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: SUEP e-Book (Back to top) 《不節食的美好生活提案》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 卡洛琳.杜納(Caroline Dooner)著;謝慈譯Publisher: 遠流, 2020Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《我的餐盤:北醫營養權威量身打造》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 臺北醫學大學保健營養學系團隊合著Publisher: 遠見天下文化,2019Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries)

The Virtual Tour of "The Rise of the Celestial Empire: Consolidation and Cultural Exchange during the Han Dynasty" exhibition

Is it possible to tour the exhibition of the Hong Kong Museum of History while at home? Sure it is! A 360-degree virtual tour of the exhibition  "The Rise of the Celestial Empire: Consolidation and Cultural Exchange during the Han Dynasty" co-presented by the Hong Kong Museum of History and Art Exhibitions China is now on-line. You can explore the stunning and rarely seen cultural relics and know more about the history, art and culture of the Han dynasty at your own pace comfortably from home.>>>Click here to join the virtual tour!<<<

The Virtual Tour of "Robots – The 500 Year Quest To Make Machines Human" exhibition

Is it possible to tour the exhibition of the Science Museum while at home? Sure it is! The Museum specially created a 360 virtual tour of the ‘Robots — The 500 Year Quest To Make Machines Human’ special exhibition from the Science Museum in London for you. You can explore more than 100 sets of unique robot collections at your own pace from the comfort of home. In the virtual tour, you will also find a robot assembling game, in which you can create your own robot by providing correct answers to quiz questions. When you are satisfied with your creation, you can even toggle the AR mode on and take a picture with it!>>>Click here to join the virtual tour!<<<

【Art Appreciation 101】Street Calligraphy in Hong Kong

Speaking of iconic Hong Kong’s urban streetscapes, you cannot miss the shop signs above the crowded streets. It is easy to find handwritten signs in our city, but can you identify their script styles? In addition to giving a unique look and feel, different scripts are written sensibly to match with the function, users and space of a building.In the video “Street Calligraphy in Hong Kong” below, , Raymond Tang, curator of the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, will explore aesthetic calligraphy above and below the ground with us.

e-Book Highlights - Tea Appreciation

You may browse selected articles from below e-databases via E-Account; or Library card; or Smart Identity Card allowed for Library Purposes; AND Password.If you have never applied for a library card or E-Account of Hong Kong Public Libraries, please visit the Hong Kong Public Libraries website to know more aboout the application details.  《A Little Tea Book: All the Essentials from Leaf to Cup》 Introduction: Tea, the most popular beverage in the world after water, has brought nations to war, defined cultures, bankrupted coffers, and toppled kings. A Little Tea Book submerges readers into tea, exploring its varieties, subtleties, and pleasures right down to the process of selecting and brewing the perfect cup. Author: Beckwith, Sebastian & Paul, CarolinePublisher: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Kombucha : Healthy recipes for naturally fermented tea drinks》 Want a healthy gut? Then brew and drink your own naurally fermented kombucha – it is packed full of probiotics and is thought to improve digestion and boost the immune system.Louise Avery introduced what kombucha is, and then offers information on selection of tea, the health benefits of drinking it and the essential equipment you will need to brew your own. Author: Avery, LouisePublisher: Ryland Peters & Small, 2018Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《蘋果樹下的下午茶:英式下午茶事》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 秋宓著Publisher: 三聯書店,2018Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《紅茶的一切:紅茶迷完全圖解指南》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 河寶淑, 趙美羅著;金學里攝影;林芳伃譯Publisher: 奇光,2019Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《吃茶:品茶品心, 有滋有味》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 劉垣均,張智強合著Publisher: 奇点,2017Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top)

e-Book Highlights - Photography Techniques

You may browse selected articles from below e-databases via E-Account; or Library card; or Smart Identity Card allowed for Library Purposes; AND Password.If you have never applied for a library card or E-Account of Hong Kong Public Libraries, please visit the Hong Kong Public Libraries website to know more aboout the application details.  《Understanding Digital Black and White Photography》 Introduction: This practical book is written for readers with a passion for monochrome photography, who wish to use digital photography to deliver images with levels of beauty and impact that are sometimes lost or diluted by the presence of colour.    Author: Savage, TimPublisher: Crowood, 2016Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Low Light and Night Photography》 As a key to all photography, this book helps you to understand and use light to take and create stunning shots without much light but still retaining impact and depth. It shows you how to capture the drama and excitement of a scene by using colours, shapes and shadows, and then how to reveal hidden details with digital manipulation. Author: Freeman, NeilPublisher: Crowood, 2017Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《那一刻, 我的餐桌日常:食物攝影師的筆記》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 沈倩如作Publisher: 時報文化,2017Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《風景攝影達人不藏私. 2, 晨昏、縮時攝影竅門大公開》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 林世忠著Publisher: 碁峰資訊,2017Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《攝影的起點》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 陳宗亨著Publisher: 創意市集出版,2018Source: HyRead電子書 (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top)

Historic train makes final journey

For those who wish to explore the bygone days of rail travel, a visit to the Railway Museum’s latest permanent exhibit, train coach No. 313, is an ideal place to start. Manufactured in 1921, the third-class coach ran between Tsim Sha Tsui and Lo Wu. It was retired when the Kowloon-Canton Railway switched to full electrification in the early 1980s. However, being kept outdoors and exposed to the elements inevitably corroded some of its metal structures. The Leisure & Cultural Services Department proposed to the Legislative Council in 2017 to conserve, repair and relocate the train coach as part of the Railway Museum’s revamp. “It is actually the second oldest train coach in Hong Kong. Some structures had corroded and were damaged. We had to remove the corroded parts and repaint it,” Conservation Office Curator Jonathan Tse explained. The train coach was kept in a shipyard for a year to undergo its conservation treatment as skilled workers, equipment and space for the conservation were available there. Route strategyAfter the treatment, the Conservation Office and the Railway Museum decided to transport train coach No. 313 to Tai Po by road.“The train coach is about 20m long and up to 5m in height. It weighs 32 tonnes and is as long as two double-decker buses. We had to carefully plan how to transport the train coach by checking the width of the roads and carrying out risk assessments,” Mr Tse said. He also noted that this was the first time a local museum had to transport such an enormous historic relic on land. The team spent a lot of time designing the route and consulted many departments including the Transport Department, Highways Department and Police.Due to the sheer size of coach No. 313, a special route was planned that avoided going through tunnels. The Transport Department had also suggested transporting it at 1am as the volume of traffic would be relatively low after midnight. The train coach wound its way along a 60km route through Tsing Kwai Highway, Tuen Mun Road, San Tin Highway, Sheung Shui and Fanling to Tai Po.“The greatest challenge was the last stretch of the route as the Railway Museum is on a narrow street. We had to co-ordinate with Police and close the road that morning so we could get the train coach in,” Mr Tse added.There were also a lot of train enthusiasts waiting at the destination for a glimpse of the historic relic, so workers needed to be extra careful manoeuvring it. Before it could settle into its new home, there was one final job to complete. The train coach had to be placed back on to its bogie structure which was removed for the road trip. Memorable rideHeritage Museum Assistant Curator I Tsang Chi-hung said the Railway Museum was the perfect place for the train coach to be on permanent display.“It experienced two locomotive generations - steam and diesel. It was pulled by a steam engine on its first journeys. In the 1950s, the engines changed to diesel. The Kowloon-Canton Railway switched to full electrification in the early 1980s. Train coach No. 313 then retired.”Mr Tsang pointed out that the train coach holds a special place in the memories of many Hong Kong people and encouraged seniors to share their experience of it with their grandchildren at the Railway Museum. Due to the current COVID-19 health precautions, visitors cannot board the exhibit. However, there are newly added artefacts, train models and historical photos as well as video and multimedia programmes in the revamped exhibition gallery for visitors to explore the past and present of Hong Kong railways. Please visit the museum’s website for updates and details.  

e-Book Highlights - Public Transport - History of Railway

You may browse selected articles from below e-databases via E-Account; or Library card; or Smart Identity Card allowed for Library Purposes; AND Password.If you have never applied for a library card or E-Account of Hong Kong Public Libraries, please visit the Hong Kong Public Libraries website to know more aboout the application details.  《Chris Tarrant's Extreme Railway Journeys》 Introduction: Over the last two and a half years, Chris Tarrant has travelled, literally, all around the world filming Extreme Railway Journeys for Channel 5. Chris Tarrant's Extreme Railway Journeys brings to life beautifully not only the romance of travelling by train, but also the sights, sounds and smells of the countries and places visited, while also illuminating the customs and attitudes of the people the author encountered along the way. Author: Tarrant, ChrisPublisher: John Blake Publishing, 2016Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《中國高鐵崛起之路》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 徐厚廣Publisher: 三聯書店(香港)有限公司, 2018Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《香港鐵路100年》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 陳志華、李健信Publisher: 中華書局(香港)有限公司, 2012Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《速度與夢想:高鐵創新之路》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 王雄Publisher: 開明書店, 2019Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries)

e-Book Highlights - Delicious Recipes

You may browse selected articles from below e-databases via E-Account; or Library card; or Smart Identity Card allowed for Library Purposes; AND Password.If you have never applied for a library card or E-Account of Hong Kong Public Libraries, please visit the Hong Kong Public Libraries website to know more aboout the application details.  《Korean Homestyle Cooking: 89 Classic Recipes--From Barbecue and Bibimbap to Kimchi and Japchae》 Introduction: Aromatic, savory, piquant, and robust—everyone is talking about the intriguing flavors and textures of Korean food! With this new Korean cookbook, home cooks everywhere can prepare healthy and satisfying meals using ingredients that are available in any supermarket, using a few simple and familiar techniques. Author: Jessica SeinfeldSource: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Food Swings: 125+ Recipes to Enjoy Your Life of Virtue & Vice: A Cookbook》 Introduction: An all-new collection of more than 125 delectable recipes that reflect the way we really eat: sometimes healthy, sometimes indulgent—delicious, either way. Author: Jessica SeinfeldSource: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《黃淑儀給入廚新手的菜式》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 黃淑儀作Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《珊珊護理師的低醣烘培:餅乾、蛋糕、麵包, 45道網路人氣食譜》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 郭錦珊著Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《小廚房滋味美食》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: Forms Kitchen編輯委員會編Source: HyRead電子書 (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top)

e-Book Highlights - Love the Earth

The earth sustains our basic survival needs such as air, water and food and shelter. It is a common home for all people so that we should love the earth and keep it healthy and alive. In taking good care of the earth, we are also taking good care of ourselves and our future generations. Let's explore how to love our earth!   《Too late : how we lost the battle with climate change》 Introduction:In Too Late., Geoffrey Maslen paints a sobering picture of the state of our planet and discusses how successive governments have failed to initiate change. Drawing on the work of leading climate scientists, this book is an urgent reminder that we have reached the point of no return. It is essential reading for anyone who cares about our planet's future and what we leave for the generations to come. Author: Geoffrey MaslenPublisher: Hardie Grant, 2017 Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Protecting the planet : environmental champions from conservation to climate change》 Introduction:Climate change is often associated with predictions of dire calamities. But in the past, heroic individuals have stepped forward to meet even the most ominous ecological challenges. This book tells an inspirational story—a story both of pioneering environmentalists who raised our collective consciousness regarding nature's value and heroes of today who are working to secure a sustainable future. Author: Budd Titlow and Mariah TingerPublisher: Prometheus Books, 2016Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Living with a green heart : how to keep your body, your home, and the planet healthy in a toxic world》 Introduction:Gay Browne's work has taught her that even the smallest change for the better, faithfully practiced, can have an immense positive impact on our minds, bodies, and spirits—not to mention the planet. Author: Gay BrownePublisher: Citadel Press, 2019Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《環境荷爾蒙 : 認識偷走健康.破壞生態的元兇 : 塑化劑、雙酚A、戴奧辛、壬基酚、汞...》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 社團法人台灣環境教育協會Publisher: 社團法人台灣環境教育協會,2017 Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《惜食咪做大嘥鬼:香港廚餘問題的核心》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 鄔柏強Publisher: 紅出版(青森文化),2017  Source: SUEP 電子書 (Back to top) 《綠色環保家居達人》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 綠色家居工作室Publisher: 超媒體,2015Source: SUEP 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)

e-Book Highlights: Start Exercising.Stay Relaxed!

Everyone agrees that being able to establish a habit of exercise will definitely help maintain a healthy body. However, not many of us be able to do so. After all, we are very busy daily. For the sake of our health, let’s exercise and relax. Through the recommended Chinese and English e-books below, let’s know how to continue and exercise more conveniently and correctly.   《Cycling Workout Handbook》 Introduction:The Cycling Workout Handbook includes training programs with calculated periodization and regular recovery cycles for maximum fitness benefit. Author: Schneider, TerriPublisher: Hatherleigh Press, 2018Source: Overdrive eBooks*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) 《Outrunning the Demons》 Introduction:In recent years, we have seen a growing awareness of the immense therapeutic benefits of going for a run. The cliché tells us that the only bad run is the run you don't go on. Author: Hewitt, PhilPublisher: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019Source: Overdrive eBooks*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) 《HIIT Your Limit》 Introduction:Get lean, build muscle, and stay healthy in only ten minutes a day! A world-famous exercise scientist explains high-intensity interval training and the nutrition that complements it, and provides a wealth of workouts, including workouts you can do at home, so you can get and keep the body you've always wanted. Author: Kravitz,LenPublisher: Apollo Publishers, 2018Source: Overdrive eBooks*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) 《Ben Sir體育堂》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: Ben SirPublisher: 知出版社出版,2018Source: 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) 《隨時隨地輕運動》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 王君萍Publisher: 天窗,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) 《不運動, 當然會生病!》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 游敬倫Publisher: 新自然主義,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)