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2022 JUPAS Application Procedures & Important Dates

2022 JUPAS Application Procedures & Important Dates

Application Procedures Applicants who wish to apply for admission to the programmes offered under Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) and are eligible to apply via JUPAS must submit and complete their applications via the JUPAS online application system. Before submitting the applications, applicants are advised to go through the Online Application System User Guide for Applicants, and complete all of the following steps for the submission of applications: 1. Create JUPAS Account (details) 2. Activate JUPAS Account and Apply for Admission (details) 3. Pay Application Fee (details) 4. Submit Programme Choices (details) 5. Submit Optional Information (if applicable) (details) Upon successful creation of an applicant's record and successful generation of an application number by the JUPAS online application system, applicants will receive emails from the JUPAS Office. In avoidance of missed emails, applicants must ensure that the setting of their personal email accounts will not filter out or place such correspondence in the trash / junk bins Important Dates 6 October 2021 (9:00 am) – 8 December 2021 (11:59 pm) Submit and complete JUPAS applications (details)   10 December 2021 (9:00 am) – 1 June 2022 (5:00 pm) Submit late applications (details) The fee for late application is HK$810 10 December 2021 (9:00 am) – 1 June 2022 (11:59 pm) Update programme choices before the release of the HKDSE Examination results (details) Before updating, applicants are required to pay amendment fees of HK$100 for each submission From 22 June 2022 (9:00 am) Log on JUPAS accounts to check the time-slots allocated for modifications of programme choices   Timeslot allocated during 21 July – 23 July 2022 Modify programme choices after the release of the HKDSE Examination results (details)   *Subject to changes. For all updates and details, please refer to the JUPAS website.
Strategies of 2022 JUPAS Programme Choice Selection

Strategies of 2022 JUPAS Programme Choice Selection

The deadline of 2021-2022 Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) application submission falls on 8 December 2021 (11:59 pm). Students are suggested to priorities programmes they have both interest and confidence in from the list of Programmes Offered after thorough consideration. Set your goals and collect information about the job Students are recommended to explore their interest, set a goal for their ideal job, and subsequently search for suitable programmes and career pathways. If there is already a clear goal in your mind, you may take a look at the Life Planning Information website launched by the Career Guidance Section, Education Bureau. Information of all walks of life, such as duties of job, reference salaries, entry requirements and examples of related training and courses are all listed in the website. You may refer to the related Bachelor Degree Programmes of each occupation when you are ranking your JUPAS programme choices. Take reference from the past Admission Scores of the institutions Besides interest and goals, the result of Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (DSE) and the abilities of the applicant are important as well for programme selection. You may compare your predicted DSE results with the past Admission Scores of the participating-institutions when you are making decisions on the programmes. The below list consolidates the Entrance Requirements, Admission Scores (2021 Entry) and Admission Score Calculators of the Universities under JUPAS for your reference:   City University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator Hong Kong Baptist University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry)   Hong Kong Metropolitan University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator Lingnan University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator The Chinese University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry)   The Education University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry)   The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry)   The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry) Admission Score Calculator The University of Hong Kong Entrance Requirements Admission Scores (2021 entry)  
Examinations

Examinations

Hong Kong public examinations The study rooms are always full during the months from March till May, when the major public examination, the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) takes place. If you have to buy Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA)’s publications, you can easily do it online. Other examinations Apart from the HKCEE and HKALE, the HKEAA also conducts other examinations including Test of Proficiency in Putonghua, Language Proficiency Assessment for Teachers and a large number of examinations on behalf of local and overseas examining bodies, which include professional bodies, examination boards, colleges and universities. Relieving stress  To alleviate examination stress, you can do some physical exercises to keep yourself in good shape and to reduce stress. In doing so, your examination results are likely to be improved as well.  
Reprioritising of Programme Choices under JUPAS

Reprioritising of Programme Choices under JUPAS

As the saying goes, “Opportunity is open to those well prepared for it”. The Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) results will be released soon, have you prepared yourself for the multiple possibilities of your study path? FOUR Principles for Reprioritising of Programme Choices under Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) Students have the opportunity of reprioritising their programme choices under JUPAS after the announcement of the HKDSE results. We have extracted some necessary tips for your preparation in reprioritising your programme choices and choosing post-secondary programmes. The principles are: Understand your interests, abilities and career aspirations. Interest should be the most important factor affecting your choice. Think carefully about which programmes you really like and the planning after graduation. It is a precious time to study undergraduate programmes which last for four years. Your university life will not be happy if you study in a programme you have no interest at all. Refer to the past records of admission qualification of your preferred programmes. You may refer to the past records of admission qualification of the programmes you prefer and pay attention to the number of intakes of each programme. Check whether you will be able to meet the programme entrance requirements of individual universities; list the programme in Band A if you are given a “conditional offer” or “bonus points”. If you are interested in certain professional subjects, you may consider the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions/Sectors (SSSDP). In 2021/22 academic year, 45 degree courses are included, namely Health Care, Architecture and Engineering, Testing and Certification, Creative Industry, Logistics, Tourism and Hospitality, Computer Science, Financial Technology, Insurance, and Sports and Recreation. You may apply via JUPAS. The average scores for applying SSSDP was between 15 and 22. You should consider your own interests and abilities when choosing a suitable programme. For more, please visit “Principles for Reprioritising of Programme Choices under Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) and Tips for Choosing Post-secondary Programmes not covered by JUPAS” (Page 12) of the  “Careers Guidance Handbook for Secondary School Graduates 2021” published by the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters.   Source:Education Bureau - Life Planning Information Website
Tips for DSE Students on Relief of Stress

Tips for DSE Students on Relief of Stress

It is natural for students sitting for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (DSE) to feel worried. You may worry about your prospects as well as possible changes to come. Amid the epidemic, you may also experience exceptional challenges when preparing for the DSE. Proper management of negative emotions and stress would help your maintain a good condition fit for facing future challenges.  Plan in advanceCollect information on study and career in advance, and write down a few mock plans and options. You would feel more at ease with more concrete information at hand.   Keep open for alternativesStay positive about various possible scenarios. Remind yourself that “there are more choices and alternatives than what we expect”, and try to make back up career and study plans that are suitable for you.   Seek adviceYou may receive loads of information on further study. Advice from your teachers or peers with experience can ease your concerns. Share your views honestly with your parents enables them to understand you more and thus help you to make better choices.   Enjoy the momentIf you start to feel worried, remind yourself that not much can be done to change the plans and extra worries will not help. Work out a daily schedule, focus on the present and enjoy some relaxing activities to free yourself from anxiety.  Look for supportGather with your family and friends to relax and share with each other experience and ways of managing stress and anxiety. You may also share with them your stress before the release of the exam results via video calls amid the epidemic.    Seek support immediately if you experience persistent negative emotions. Feeling stressed after the exam results are released? No worries, stay tuned to our website for information on stress relief after the release of the exam results. Last but not least, we wish each and every DSE candidates the best: do your best and no regrets! Reference Student Health Service, Department of Health: Emotional Health Tips The Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, The University of Hong Kong (Chinese only)   Other Resources Student Health Service, Department of Health: Exam Stress Management Student Health Service, Department of Health: Stress of Exam Results Hok Yau Club & Radio Television Hong Kong: Podcast Online“Time to strive for DSE" (Chinese only) Shall We Talk: Practical Tips on Managing DSE Stress Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups: Supporting Zone of DSE (Chinese only)
[Study] Study in the Mainland and Overseas

[Study] Study in the Mainland and Overseas

In recent years, more and more Hong Kong students are interested in having their further studies in the Mainland or overseas. Here are some methods which students commonly used for studying abroad. 1. Study in the Mainland A handbook (Chinese version only) jointly published by the Education Bureau, the China Education Exchange (HK) Centre and Hok Yau Club provides comprehensive information on the Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions and pursuing studies in the Mainland. The information includes all participating institutions in the academic year 2021/22, the programmes offered, strategy on programme choices, entry requirements and experiences shared by graduates of the Mainland universities. It also includes the latest development of the higher education in the Mainland and questions frequently asked by Hong Kong students regarding pursuing studies in the Mainland to provide students with further guidance. There are three major channels to apply for the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes provided by the higher education institutions in the Mainland: 1. Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions2. National Education Exam Authority, People’s Republic of China Joint Entrance Exam For Universities in PRC (JEE, PRC) 3. Independent Enrolment of Colleges and Universities If you wish to receive more details about the regarded application methods, please refer to "Further Studies in Mainland China" of the Life Planning Information Website of the Education Bureau and Student.hk of Hok Yau Club (Chinese version only). 2. Study Abroad There is a large number of overseas institutions and programmes, yet it is important for students to make choices for their future studies and plans. In order to help students to make right decisions, here are five suggestions extracted from the article published by Hok Yau Club. 1 Check the academic and professional accreditation recognised by the local governments2 Refer to the official information on further studies3 Consider not alone the international ranking but also other factors4 Prepare for academic evaluation after returning to Hong Kong5 Evaluate the learning outcomes and articulation opportunities for further studies  For details, please refer to the article "5 suggestions from experts for choosing post-secondary courses wisely" (Chinese version only) on Student.hk. If you wish to receive more details about the application method, visa application, general information about places of study, recognition of non-local qualifications of applying for non-local studies etc., please refer to "Non-Local Further Studies" of the Life Planning Information Website of the Education Bureau.   Sources:Education Bureau - Life Planning Information Website Hok Yau Club (Chinese version only)

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance for Secondary Students

Financial Assistance for Secondary Students

Scholarships School days can be one of life's most wonderful episodes. You learn new things and face new challenges. Students with outstanding performance may even win scholarships. So make the most of it! Scholarships are usually provided by funds, such as the Senior Secondary Education Awards of the Agricultural Products Scholarship Fund and Marine Fish Scholarship Fund, the Grantham Scholarships Fund, the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho:MEXT) Scholarship (Undergraduate Student), the Education Scholarships Fund, and the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund (including Medals and Prizes). You can find other relevant scholarship information in the Life Planning Information Website of the Education Bureau and Student Finance Office, Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency. The Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship The Multi-faceted Excellence Scholarship supports universities and tertiary institutions in admitting local students who excel in sports, arts and/or community services. Details can be found on the website of the Home Affairs Bureau. Grants and loans  The Grantham Maintenance Grants provides maintenance grants to full-time Secondary 4 to Secondary 6 students as well as students studying certain full-time courses in the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education who are financially in need. In addition, the Sing Tao Charitable Foundation Students' Loan Fund offers interest-free emergency loans to Secondary 4 to Secondary 6 students who face sudden financial hardship due to adverse changes in family circumstances. Student Financial Assistance Scheme The Student Finance Office, Working Family and Student Finicial Assistance Agency currently administers various student financial assistance schemes to provide assistance to disadvantaged secondary students in the form of School Textbook Assistance, Student Travel Subsidy and Subsidy for Internet Access Charges. Students of Yi Jin Diploma can also apply for financial assistance and for those who meet the prescribed criteria will obtain 30% or 100% tuition fee reimbursement.  
[Subsidy] Subsidy Schemes for Local Studies

[Subsidy] Subsidy Schemes for Local Studies

If you decide to continue your study locally and need financial supports, no worry! You can pay attention to the following financial assistance schemes provided by the Student Finance Office of Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency. You can also use the tool “What am I eligible for?” to sort out the assistance scheme(s) which you may apply for and to calculate the estimated amount/level of assistance. 1. Tertiary Student Finance Scheme - Publicly-funded Programmes (TSFS) For students taking up exclusively UGC-funded or publicly-funded full-time programmes. 2. Non-Means-Tested Loan Scheme for Full-time Tertiary Students (NLSFT) For students pursuing programmes covered under the Tertiary Student Finance Scheme - Publicly-funded Programmes (TSFS). 3. Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP) For students taking up full-time, locally-accredited, self-financing post-secondary education programmes. 4. Non-means-tested Loan Scheme for Post-secondary Students (NLSPS) For students pursuing programmes covered under the Financial Assistance Scheme for Post-secondary Students (FASP). 5. Extended Non-Means-Tested Loan Scheme (ENLS) For students pursuing specific post-secondary / continuing and professional education courses provided in Hong Kong 6. Student Travel Subsidy for Tertiary or Post-secondary Students For successful applicants of TSFS and FASP, attend full-time day courses up to first degree level and reside beyond 10 minutes walking distance from student’s normal place of study and travel to school by public transportation. Continuing Education Fund The Continuing Education Fund (CEF) subsidises adults who aspire to further their education through continuing education and training courses.  Eligible applicants may submit an unlimited number of claims for reimbursement of course fees on successful completion of CEF reimbursable courses up to a maximum sum of HK$20,000.  The co-payment ratios by learners (i.e. the percentage of course fee to be borne by learners) for the first HK$10,000 subsidy is 20% of the course fee and that for the second HK$10,000 subsidy is 40% of the course fee. Financial Assistance Scheme for Designated Evening Adult Education Courses Under the Financial Assistance Scheme for Designated Evening Adult Education Courses, you can be entitled to 30%, 50% or 100% reimbursement of the tuition fee paid, subject to meeting the prescribed criteria. Subsidy Scheme for Further Studies in the Mainland Students who are interested in applying to the Mainland higher education institutions, you may refer to [Subsidy] Any subsidy for Studying in the Mainland? for more information.   Source: Student Finance Office of the Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency
[Subsidy] Any Subsidy for Studying in the Mainland?

[Subsidy] Any Subsidy for Studying in the Mainland?

Definitely! There is a subsidy scheme for Hong Kong students who are pursuing studies in the Mainland. To ensure that no students will be deprived of post-secondary education for financial reasons, the Mainland University Study Subsidy Scheme (MUSSS) is available for Hong Kong students. Mainland University Study Subsidy Scheme The MUSSS is available for eligible Hong Kong students pursuing undergraduate studies in 189 designated Mainland institutions. Hong Kong students who receive and complete a senior secondary education in Hong Kong, including those studying the local or non-local curriculum as well as non-Chinese speaking students, may apply for the subsidy if other criteria are fulfilled. Starting from the 2021/22 academic year, Hong Kong students who have been admitted to Mainland institutions through the School Principal Nomination Scheme under the Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions are also eligible for a non-means-tested subsidy, thereby benefitting more students in need. Moreover, Education Bureau has newly developed an online platform to facilitate eligible Hong Kong students on the submission of their MUSSS applications. For the 2021/22 academic year, the full-rate subsidy and half-rate subsidy provided through the means-tested subsidy under the MUSSS are HK$16,800 and HK$8,400 respectively. A non-means-tested subsidy of HK$5,600 is also provided. Details of the Mainland University Study Subsidy Scheme>> Application of the Mainland University Study Subsidy Scheme>> Higher education institutions in the Mainland also offer their own scholarships, grants, fee remission, etc.  For details and requirements, please refer to the information from individual institutions.     Source:Education Bureau - Mainland University Study Subsidy Scheme 

National Education

Constitution Day (4 December)

Constitution Day (4 December)

The existing Constitution of the People's Republic of China (The Constitution) was adopted at the Fifth Session of the Fifth National People's Congress on 4 December 1982. The Constitution is the fundamental and supreme law of the state. As an important symbol and sign of the nation, it has the highest legal status, legal authority, as well as legal effect. With the aim of enhancing public awareness of the Constitution, promoting its spirit, strengthening its implementation and advancing China's overall law-based governance, the Standing Committee of the Twelfth National People's Congress decided at the Eleventh Session on 1 November 2014 to designate 4 December as the "Constitution Day" and that the nation will conduct promotion and education activities of the Constitution through multiple channels. Constitution Day Online Seminar To deepen public understanding of the constitutional basis of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government and the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in HKSAR co-organised an online seminar on the Constitution Day (4 December) under the theme of "The Constitution and 'One Country, Two Systems'".  The full version of the seminar has been uploaded to the website of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau (CMAB). CMAB's Thematic Webpage For more information of the Constitution Day, please refer to CMAB's Thematic Webpage. You may click here to see the relevant video as well. National Education One-Stop Portal Moreover, details of Constitution Day-related activities and other national education events are on the Event Planning Calendar of the National Education One-Stop Portal.

After School Activities

Hobby & Interest

Hobby & Interest

Fishing Hobbies and interests usually reflect the characters of individuals. Sports lovers are usually seen on the move. Fashion lovers cannot wait to get their hands on the latest trends. And fans of fishing are usually more patient than most. So if you are one of these patient folks, you do not have to wait long for a great catch. In Hong Kong, fishing is fantastic out at sea. Likewise, fishing in reservoirs is just as much fun as fishing in the sea, plus you will not get seasick. Just remember that fishing in reservoirs is only allowed during the non-spawning season and also requires a licence. Philately Another hobby for patient types is philately. In fact, in Hong Kong, stamp collecting has over a hundred years of history. Modern stamp designs are a dynamic reflection of Hong Kong today. There are a variety of designs with different stamp themes. Buying philatelic products can be done online – taking the hassles out of queuing up at the post office. E-learning resources from RTHK Often, a hobby is more enjoyable after a bit of study. It can even lead to a career opportunity. E-learning resources from RTHK [Chinese version only] provide many different online courses. The most popular course is related to food, that is yummy dishes DIY [Chinese version only] course, which suit Hong Kong people’s palate best.
 e-Book Highlights - Physical and Mental Health - Emotional Self-management

e-Book Highlights - Physical and Mental Health - Emotional Self-management

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.  《Taking Charge of Anger : Six Steps to Asserting Yourself without Losing Control》 Introduction: Anger expert Dr. Robert Nay guides you to:•    Figure out which of the five "faces of anger" are a problem for you, from passive–aggression to all-out rage.•    Recognize the early warning signs of anger in your physical sensations and thoughts.•    Master cooling-off strategies that work in the heat of the moment.•    Identify and change unrealistic expectations you have for yourself and other people.•    Communicate effectively when differences arise.•    Practice your new skills in everyday life—until they become second nature. Author: Nay, W. RobertPublisher: Guilford Publications, 2014Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Don't Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for Teens》 Introduction: In this book, you'll find new ways of managing your feelings and riding the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence so that you'll be ready to handle anything life sends your way. Based in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a type of therapy designed to help people who have a hard time handling their intense emotions.This book offers easy techniques to help you:•  Stay calm and mindful in difficult situations•  Effectively manage out-of-control emotions•  Reduce the pain of intense emotions•  Get along with family and friends    Author: Van Dijk, SheriPublisher: New Harbinger Publications, 2011Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《心理情緒自救術:挽救壞心情, 控制好情緒, 掌握好人生》 (Please refer to the Chinese version)  Author: 石磊著Publisher: 悅讀名品出版,2018Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《別讓猴子控制你的情緒大腦:打破焦慮迴圈, 找回人生掌控權》 (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 珍妮佛.夏農(Jennifer Shannon)著;道格.夏農(Doug Shannon)插畫;蔡宗翰譯Publisher: 如果出版,2020Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《停止拖延的情緒行為動力學:10-10-10法則鍛鍊意志力, 不藉口懶散、半途而廢》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author:彼得.霍林斯(Peter Hollins)著;呂孟娟譯Publisher: 方言文化,2020Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries)
Virtual Exhibition of Students’ Achievements – e-Gallery

Virtual Exhibition of Students’ Achievements – e-Gallery

This year, the Education Bureau (EDB) launched the e-Gallery, a one-stop online portal. The e-Gallery showcases Hong Kong students' multifarious learning outcomes in different domains, namely values education, languages, humanities, creativity and problem-solving, STEM education, arts and culture, and physical development, as well as celebrates students' outstanding performances in whole-person development. From time to time, the e-Gallery will announce the outstanding achievements of Hong Kong students in local, national and international competitions. It will also recommend competitions of various types for schools to nominate student participants. Moreover, it will feature Hong Kong outstanding students' learning experiences in different domains, aiming to inspire more students to take up challenges and stretch their potential. In addition, the e-Gallery will hold online exhibitions which, as compared to physical exhibitions, will allow more flexibility for displaying students' attainments in whole-person development and provide opportunities for students and teachers to appreciate and learn from one another. You are also welcomed to watch the below introduction video by the e-Gallery:  
Hobby & Interest

Hobby & Interest

Fishing Hobbies and interests usually reflect the characters of individuals. Sports lovers are usually seen on the move. Fashion lovers cannot wait to get their hands on the latest trends. And fans of fishing are usually more patient than most. So if you are one of these patient folks, you do not have to wait long for a great catch. In Hong Kong, fishing is fantastic out at sea. Likewise, fishing in reservoirs is just as much fun as fishing in the sea, plus you will not get seasick. Just remember that fishing in reservoirs is only allowed during the non-spawning season and also requires a licence. Philately Another hobby for patient types is philately. In fact, in Hong Kong, stamp collecting has over a hundred years of history. Modern stamp designs are a dynamic reflection of Hong Kong today. There are a variety of designs with different stamp themes. Buying philatelic products can be done online – taking the hassles out of queuing up at the post office. E-learning resources from RTHK Often, a hobby is more enjoyable after a bit of study. It can even lead to a career opportunity. E-learning resources from RTHK [Chinese version only] provide many different online courses. The most popular course is related to food, that is yummy dishes DIY [Chinese version only] course, which suit Hong Kong people’s palate best.
 e-Book Highlights - Physical and Mental Health - Emotional Self-management

e-Book Highlights - Physical and Mental Health - Emotional Self-management

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.  《Taking Charge of Anger : Six Steps to Asserting Yourself without Losing Control》 Introduction: Anger expert Dr. Robert Nay guides you to:•    Figure out which of the five "faces of anger" are a problem for you, from passive–aggression to all-out rage.•    Recognize the early warning signs of anger in your physical sensations and thoughts.•    Master cooling-off strategies that work in the heat of the moment.•    Identify and change unrealistic expectations you have for yourself and other people.•    Communicate effectively when differences arise.•    Practice your new skills in everyday life—until they become second nature. Author: Nay, W. RobertPublisher: Guilford Publications, 2014Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《Don't Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for Teens》 Introduction: In this book, you'll find new ways of managing your feelings and riding the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence so that you'll be ready to handle anything life sends your way. Based in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a type of therapy designed to help people who have a hard time handling their intense emotions.This book offers easy techniques to help you:•  Stay calm and mindful in difficult situations•  Effectively manage out-of-control emotions•  Reduce the pain of intense emotions•  Get along with family and friends    Author: Van Dijk, SheriPublisher: New Harbinger Publications, 2011Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《心理情緒自救術:挽救壞心情, 控制好情緒, 掌握好人生》 (Please refer to the Chinese version)  Author: 石磊著Publisher: 悅讀名品出版,2018Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《別讓猴子控制你的情緒大腦:打破焦慮迴圈, 找回人生掌控權》 (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 珍妮佛.夏農(Jennifer Shannon)著;道格.夏農(Doug Shannon)插畫;蔡宗翰譯Publisher: 如果出版,2020Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《停止拖延的情緒行為動力學:10-10-10法則鍛鍊意志力, 不藉口懶散、半途而廢》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author:彼得.霍林斯(Peter Hollins)著;呂孟娟譯Publisher: 方言文化,2020Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries)
Virtual Exhibition of Students’ Achievements – e-Gallery

Virtual Exhibition of Students’ Achievements – e-Gallery

This year, the Education Bureau (EDB) launched the e-Gallery, a one-stop online portal. The e-Gallery showcases Hong Kong students' multifarious learning outcomes in different domains, namely values education, languages, humanities, creativity and problem-solving, STEM education, arts and culture, and physical development, as well as celebrates students' outstanding performances in whole-person development. From time to time, the e-Gallery will announce the outstanding achievements of Hong Kong students in local, national and international competitions. It will also recommend competitions of various types for schools to nominate student participants. Moreover, it will feature Hong Kong outstanding students' learning experiences in different domains, aiming to inspire more students to take up challenges and stretch their potential. In addition, the e-Gallery will hold online exhibitions which, as compared to physical exhibitions, will allow more flexibility for displaying students' attainments in whole-person development and provide opportunities for students and teachers to appreciate and learn from one another. You are also welcomed to watch the below introduction video by the e-Gallery:  
Latest arrangements on cultural venues (Updated on 6/1/2022)

Latest arrangements on cultural venues (Updated on 6/1/2022)

In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, further measures have to be adopted to maintain social distancing. Starting from January 7 (Friday), most of the cultural venues/facilities are temporarily closed for 14 days until midnight on January 20 (Thursday). The cultural programmes to be held in the above period will also be cancelled. Libraries and students' study rooms are temporarily closedAll public libraries and their students' study rooms are temporarily closed. All book drop services of the Hong Kong 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, maintain services. Public libraries continue to provide online services such as e-Books and e-Databases. Please visit the website of Hong Kong Public Libraries for details.Performance venues and museums are temporarily closedAll performance venues, music centres of the Music Office and museums are temporarily closed. All programmes and activities are suspended. During the period, all applications for Museum Passes and Hong Kong Film Archive Resource Centre's Audiovisual Materials Viewing Cards are suspended. Admission arrangement for holders of Museum Passes will be announced in due course.URBTIX The URBTIX outlets and ticket dispensing machines at the LCSD performance venues are closed. URBTIX will maintain Internet and mobile app ticketing and hotline services.Refund arrangementsRefund arrangements in relation to the closure of cultural facilities will be announced in due course.LCSD 's Edutainment ChannelDuring the venue closure period, members of the public can visit the LCSD 's Edutainment Channel, an one-stop online platform covering informative and learning materials on aspects of culture and leisure, to participate the online programmes of "vis-a-vis +01" series and access its videos on various fields including culture, arts and sports.  
Latest arrangements on LCSD leisure venues and sports facilities (Updated on 6/1/2022))

Latest arrangements on LCSD leisure venues and sports facilities (Updated on 6/1/2022))

In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, further measures have to be adopted to maintain social distancing. Starting from January 7 (Friday), most of the leisure venues/facilities are temporarily closed for 14 days until midnight on January 20 (Thursday). The recreational and sports programmes to be held in the above period will also be cancelled. Outdoor and indoor leisure and sports venues are temporarily closedApart from the barbecue sites, holiday camps and Pui O Campsite which remain closure, outdoor leisure venues/facilities are temporarily closed, including tennis courts, bowling greens, sports grounds, Ngau Chi Wan Park Archery Range, Shek O Obstacle Golf Course, Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre, hard-surface/ sand/ grass pitches, gateball courts, table tennis tables, 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), outdoor children play facilities (including tricycling area, outdoor children playgrounds, road safety towns), pebble walking trails, chess tables, amphitheatres, public swimming pools and water sports centres. Lifeguard services at those gazetted beaches which were originally open during the winter period, including Deep Water Bay Beach, Clear Water Bay Second Beach, Silverstrand Beach and Golden Beach, are suspended.       All indoor sports facilities including sports centres, squash centres and badminton centres are also closed.Some outdoor areas remain openPassive/Amenity areas at the LCSD's parks (such as lawns and benches in parks) and outdoor jogging tracks at parks remain open.Application for some venues and activities are suspendedApplication for use of amphitheatres non-fee charging leisure venues for non-designated use/sales activities and application from schools or organisations on road safety towns will continue to be suspended until further notice.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 the LCSD website. LCSD 's Edutainment ChannelDuring the venue closure period, members of the public can visit the LCSD 's Edutainment Channel, an one-stop online platform covering informative and learning materials on aspects of culture and leisure, to participate the online programmes of "vis-a-vis +01" series and access its videos on various fields including culture, arts and sports.
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Last Update Date: 11 Jan 2022