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Administrative Service Summer Internship Programme 2022 - Application period opens

Administrative Service Summer Internship Programme 2022 - Application period opens

The primary objective of the Administrative Service Internship Programme ("the Programme") is to give Hong Kong students who wish to pursue an AO (Administrative Officer) career an opportunity to get hands-on experience of working with serving AOs, so as to facilitate their future career planning.Students participating in the Programme will be assigned duties similar in nature to those of AOs in different government bureaux or departments. Students will also have the opportunity to visit various government offices and / or relevant public organisations.Terms of EmploymentThe employment period will last for about two months or more between May and September 2022 (depending on office exigencies and individual participants' availability, the actual employment period of different cases may vary).  The level of remuneration for participants will be $10,500 per month (including contribution to Mandatory Provident Fund).  Participants are normally required to work 44 hours per week.  The exact hours of work will depend on the actual operational needs.  Overtime work, where necessary, will be compensated by time-off in lieu.All successful applicants will be offered identical terms of employment (except for the period).  No allowance will be given to appointees currently residing outside Hong Kong to cover their travelling expenses to and from Hong Kong or their subsistence during their stay in Hong Kong. How to ApplyLocal ApplicantsAll local applications (including those from students of local tertiary institutions who are currently participating in exchange programmes at tertiary institutions outside Hong Kong) must be submitted through their respective tertiary institutions.  Interested students may wish to approach the responsible department of their tertiary institution direct for details on the application procedures and deadline.Applicants Studying Full-time Outside Hong KongHong Kong students studying at tertiary institutions outside of Hong Kong (excluding students of local tertiary institutions who are currently participating in exchange programmes at tertiary institutions outside Hong Kong) who wish to participate in the Programme are required to submit by mail to the Administrative Service Division of Civil Service Bureau at Room 918, 9/F., West Wing, Central Government Offices, 2 Tim Mei Avenue, Tamar, Hong Kong or the scanned version / soft copy of the required information together with a recent colour photo taken against a plain background (file format should be JPG, JEPG or PNG; minimum size of the photo should be 413 x 531 pixels) by email to csbasd@csb.gov.hk by 25 February 2022 (Friday) (Hong Kong Time) (late applications and applications submitted by fax will not be accepted).Notification and EnquiriesApplicants who do not receive any notification within six weeks after the above-mentioned deadline may assume that their applications are unsuccessful.  Please contact Civil Service Bureau at csbasd@csb.gov.hk if you have any query. Please visit CSB website for more details.
No hurry! You may apply for some Gov Jobs all year round!

No hurry! You may apply for some Gov Jobs all year round!

The Government provides numerous job opportunities each year, many of which accepts application all year round. No recruitment deadlines are set for these job posts and interested candidates may submit their applications throughout the year. In January 2022, the below Government jobs are accepting applications all year round. Check them out if you are interested.  Civil Service Vacancies which accept all year round applications Job title: Correctional Services Department - Assistant Officer II Salary: HKD$21150 Per Month Academic Requirement: Secondary 5Details and Apply Job title: Customs and Excise Department - Customs OfficerSalary: HKD$22405 Per MonthAcademic Requirement: HKDSEE results/HKCEE resultsDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Dental HygienistSalary: HKD$17675 Per Month Academic Requirement: Associate Degree or Higher DiplomaDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Dental OfficerSalary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Medical and Health Officer Salary: HKD$70465 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Fire Services Department - Station Officer (Operational)  Salary: HKD$41380 Per Month Academic Requirement: Degree/Associate Degree or Higher Diploma/Diploma from a registered post-secondary college/HKDSEE results/HKALE results Details and Apply Job title: Hong Kong Police Force - Police ConstableSalary: HKD$25380 Per Month Academic Requirement: HKDSEE results/HKCEE resultsDetails and Apply Job title: Hong Kong Police Force - Police Inspector  Salary: HKD$44910 Per Month Academic Requirement: Degree/Associate Degree or Higher Diploma/Diploma from a registered post-secondary collegeDetails and Apply Job title: Immigration Department - Immigration Assistant Salary: HKD$21780 Per Month Academic Requirement: HKDSEE results/HKCEE resultsDetails and Apply Non-Civil Service Vacancies which accept all year round applications Job title: Department of Health - Contract Dentist (Orthodontics)  Salary: HKD$85870 Per Month  Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Dentist (Oral Maxillofacial Surgery) Salary: HKD$85870 Per Month  Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract DoctorSalary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Doctor (Families Clinic)  Salary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Doctor (Antimicrobial Resistance) Salary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Doctor (for COVID-19)        Salary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Doctor (without Full Registration)Salary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Doctor (without Full Registration) (Families Clinic) Salary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Doctor (without Full Registration) (Antimicrobial Resistance) Salary: HKD$64270 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Contract Senior Doctor (Antimicrobial Resistance) Salary: HKD$126220 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Part-time Contract Doctor Salary: HKD$416 Per Hour Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Part-time Contract Doctor (Narcotics & Drug Administration Division) Salary: HKD$416 Per Hour Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Part-time Contract Doctor (for COVID-19)  Salary: HKD$416 Per Hour Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Research Officer (Public Health)Salary: HKD$40515 Per MonthAcademic Requirement: Master or Higher Degree/Post-graduate Diploma or Post-graduate CertificateDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Senior Clinician (Orthodontics) Salary: HKD$126220 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title: Department of Health - Senior Clinician (Oral Maxillofacial Surgery)  Salary: HKD$126220 Per Month Academic Requirement: Professional QualificationDetails and Apply Job title:  Education Bureau - Temporary Teacher (Government Primary School)  Salary: HKD$35040 Per Month Academic Requirement: Degree/Teacher CertificateDetails and Apply Job title:  Education Bureau - Temporary Teacher (Government Secondary School)  Salary: HKD$31750 Per Month Academic Requirement: DegreeDetails and Apply Job title: Government Logistics Department - Binding Machine Operator  Salary: HKD$99.1 Per HourAcademic Requirement: Diploma or Higher Certificate/Certificate/Secondary 3 or below/Primary 6 or below/Others: satisfactorily completed an approved and relevant Printing Apprenticeship Scheme.Details and Apply   For other Governement Jobs vancancies, please visit "Government Vacancies" in Civil Service Bureau website。
Land Registration Officers introduce the work of Land Registry

Land Registration Officers introduce the work of Land Registry

Deeds are vital documents to property owners. They are not just about property interests. Banks will take into account information on the land register when processing mortgage applications from property owners. To safeguard the interests of property owners, deeds have to be registered at the Land Registry (LR). Two Land Registration Officers will talk about the deeds registration process and how the LR improves the quality and efficiency of its service with modern facilities and their one-stop deeds registration service.Preventing secret and fraudulent conveyancesThe main roles and responsibilities of the LR are registration of documents affecting land and provision of land records for public search. Miss Yung Ngo, Kris, Land Registration Officer II of the LR says that land registers are maintained and made available to members of the public to prevent secret and fraudulent conveyances. Registration of a deed secures its priority over unregistered deeds and deeds registered after it. Upon registration, the relevant interest in a property is recorded on the land register. Handling about 500 000 deeds yearly on averageThe LR currently handles about 500 000 deeds on average every year, the majority of which, relates to sale and purchase of properties, such as sale and purchase agreements, assignments, mortgages, etc. The number of these documents is an important indicator of the transaction volume in the property market.Regarding the deeds registration process, according to Miss Wong Hoi-ling, Eva, Land Registration Officer II of the LR, first of all, solicitors’ firms will lodge the deeds, together with their corresponding memorials and registration fees to the deeds lodgement counter for registration. On average, about 2 000 deeds are lodged for registration at the LR every work day. Upon receipt of the deeds, colleagues of the Registration Section will input the key information of the corresponding memorials into the computer system within the same day. Particulars of the deeds including the nature and date of the instrument, as well as the consideration will be shown in the “Deeds Pending Registration” section of the land register of the property concerned on the following day for online search or counter search at the LR’s search offices by members of the public and industry practitioners such as solicitors’ firms, banks, property agents, etc. Accurate and transparent land recordsNext, colleagues of the Registration Section will scrutinise the deeds and their corresponding memorials to ensure that the requirements under the Land Registration Ordinance and the Land Registration Regulations are complied with before completing their registration. The land register of the property will then be updated accordingly. Miss Eva Wong says that for sale and purchase of properties, it is very important to maintain accurate and transparent land records. Through conducting land search, a prospective buyer will know about the registered owner(s) of a property and its incumbrances (for example, subsisting mortgages, outstanding building orders, etc.), which will help protect his/her interests. Advanced imaging techniqueAs a final step, registered deeds will be imaged at the Central Imaging Centre (CIC) with advanced imaging technology for storage in a computer system to enable the public to place orders for imaged copies online or at the LR’s search offices in person. The deeds will be returned to the lodging solicitors’ firms after the imaging process is completed.Four high-speed scannersMiss Kris Yung says that the CIC is currently equipped with four high-speed scanners, each being able to scan more than 100 pages per minute. Different modes can be adopted for scanning colour plans. To further enhance the workflow of deeds registration, the CIC was relocated from Sha Tin to 17/F, Queensway Government Offices in October 2020, so that the imaging process can be conducted with the lodgement and registration processes under one roof. Not only can it save the processing time and operating costs for delivery of deeds between the two offices, but it can also help shorten the time required for completion of the entire deeds registration process, thereby enhancing the service standard of the LR. Committed to enhancing servicesIn fact, the LR has launched various services in recent years to strengthen the protection of the interests of property owners, such as the “Property Alert” service and the “e-Alert Service” for subscription by banks to help prevent mortgage frauds, etc. Colleagues of the LR will continue to strive for excellence to provide quality land registration services to the public. (The video is in Cantonese) (The video is provided by Development Bureau)
First aid certificate courses recognised by the Government

First aid certificate courses recognised by the Government

First aid knowledge not only means the difference between life and death but also helps one determine the sequence and the priority of first-aid treatments during an emergency. First aid knowledge and skills promote safety awareness at home, at work, at play, on streets and highways. Having learnt first aid, a person is prepared to assist others wisely and is able to distinguish between what to do and what not to do.  Holders of a valid certificate in first aid issued from organisations like Hong Kong St. John Ambulance Association, Hong Kong Red Cross or the Auxiliary Medical Service may enjoy an advantage in job hunting. Below are some first aid certificate courses recognised by the HKSAR Government. (Click here to know more about first aid) Hong Kong St. John Ambulance - "Certificate in First Aid" Course (Face-to-face mode) (FA)Course Content 1. Principles & Practice of First Aid; 2. Action at an Emergency; 3. The Structure and the Functions of the Body; 4. Dressings & Bandages; 5. Asphyxia; 6. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation for adult/and infant; 7. Management of Airway Obstruction in adult/and infant; 8. Wounds, Bleeding & Circulatory Failure; 9. Shock & Fainting; 10. Injuries to Bones; 11. Injuries to Muscles, Ligaments & Joints; 12. The Nervous System & Unconsciousness; 13. Burns & Scalds; 14. Poisoning; 15. Procedure at Road Accidents; 16. Handling & Transportation of Injured Person. Course Duration 30 hours (usually 3 hours/session/week for 10 sessions or 4/5 full days etc.) Medium of Instruction Cantonese / English (Chinese courses are held every two months and English courses are organised basing on the number of applicants.) Certificate Candidates attending less than 80% of the lectures will not be eligible for examination. Each candidate must be examined in the following subjects: Theory of First Aid/Bandaging Technique/Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation. Candidates who passed the examination will be awarded the "Certificate in First Aid" which is recognised by the HKSAR Government and is valid for three years. For re-certification, candidates should take a refresher course/re-examination before the expiry of the certificate.For details and to apply please visit the website of Hong Kong St. John Ambulance. Hong Kong Red Cross - Standard First Aid Certificate Course (SFA) Course Content 1. Introduction of Red Cross Movement; 2. Principle of First Aid; 3. Patient Assessment; 4. Suffocation & Choking; 5. Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation; 6. Burns & Scalds; 7. Unconsciousness; 8. Shock & Bleeding; 9. Wounds & Bandaging; 10. Trauma of Various Parts of Body; 11. Medical Emergencies; 12. Bone, Joint & Muscle Trauma; 13. Environmental Related Health Problems; 14. Introduction of Automated External Defibrillator; 15. Transporting Victim; 16. First Aid Equipments & Relevant Regulations. Course Duration 30 hours (extra 3 hours for examination) Medium of Instruction Cantonese, Putonghua or English Certificate Students should fulfil the following criteria in order to get the Standard First Aid Certificate which is recognised by the HKSAR Government with 3 years validity.- At least 80% attendance (counted by session)- Pass in both written and practical examinations Before the expiry date of the certificate or within 6 months after the expiry date of the certificate, participants can attend a Standard First Aid Certificate Refresher Course (SFAR) and pass the examinations to renew their certificates with 3 years validity.For details and to apply please visit the website of Hong Kong Red Cross. Occupational Safety and Health Council  - Certificate Of Competence Courses (AMS)Certificate of Competence in First Aid Course Content 1. Principles of First Aid and handling of accidents; 2. Asphyxia and resuscitation techniques; 3. Wounds and bleeding and their handling techniques; 4. Handling of casualties of dizziness, syncope and unconsciousness; 5. Injuries of the skeletal system; 6. Burns and scalds; 7. Handling techniques for other injuries; 8. Methods of transporting casualties. Course Duration 36 hours plus end-of-course examination Medium of Instruction Cantonese supplemented with Chinese notes Certificate Award of Certificate: At least 85% attendance and a pass in the end-of-course examination. Trainees will be provided a first aid certificate jointly issued by the Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) and the Occupational Safety and Health Council (OSHC). This certificate is valid for three years.For details and to apply please visit the website of Occupational Safety and Health Council. The Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) (The AMS first aid training courses are organised for civil servants and such courses are designed to meet their operational needs. When training places are available, members of the public are also welcome to enrol on the courses for which a fee will be charged. However, due to the current long waiting list and waiting time for the training places, enrolment by members of the public shall be suspended until further notice. For details, please visit the website of AMS.)

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What are the 4 restrictions during the probationary driving period?

What are the 4 restrictions during the probationary driving period?

Probationary driving licence holders are :1. Required to display "P" plate at the front and rear of the vehicle they are driving  (in the case of a private car or light goods vehicle, display of the “P” plate on the windscreens is also acceptable, but the “P” plate must be displayed on the left-hand side of the windscreens);Justification: For identification and enforcement purposes. Also help reminding other drivers to be cautious about and patient with the novice drivers.2. Not allowed to carry any passenger on the motor cycle or motor tricycle they are driving;Justification: Since novice drivers of motor cycles and motor tricycles are prone to accidents, it is reasonable not to allow them to carry any passenger (the vehicle control is different when carrying passengers).3. Not allowed to drive their vehicles at a speed in excess of 70 km/h, even if they are driving on roads with speed limit above 70 km/h; and Justification: It is not desirable for novice drivers to drive at a high speed which would incur greater accident risk.4. Not allowed to drive their vehicles on the offside lane of expressways where there are 3 or more traffic lanes. Justification: To accord with the maximum speed of 70 For more details, please visit the Transport Department website
First aid certificate courses recognised by the Government

First aid certificate courses recognised by the Government

First aid knowledge not only means the difference between life and death but also helps one determine the sequence and the priority of first-aid treatments during an emergency. First aid knowledge and skills promote safety awareness at home, at work, at play, on streets and highways. Having learnt first aid, a person is prepared to assist others wisely and is able to distinguish between what to do and what not to do.  Holders of a valid certificate in first aid issued from organisations like Hong Kong St. John Ambulance Association, Hong Kong Red Cross or the Auxiliary Medical Service may enjoy an advantage in job hunting. Below are some first aid certificate courses recognised by the HKSAR Government. (Click here to know more about first aid) Hong Kong St. John Ambulance - "Certificate in First Aid" Course (Face-to-face mode) (FA)Course Content 1. Principles & Practice of First Aid; 2. Action at an Emergency; 3. The Structure and the Functions of the Body; 4. Dressings & Bandages; 5. Asphyxia; 6. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation for adult/and infant; 7. Management of Airway Obstruction in adult/and infant; 8. Wounds, Bleeding & Circulatory Failure; 9. Shock & Fainting; 10. Injuries to Bones; 11. Injuries to Muscles, Ligaments & Joints; 12. The Nervous System & Unconsciousness; 13. Burns & Scalds; 14. Poisoning; 15. Procedure at Road Accidents; 16. Handling & Transportation of Injured Person. Course Duration 30 hours (usually 3 hours/session/week for 10 sessions or 4/5 full days etc.) Medium of Instruction Cantonese / English (Chinese courses are held every two months and English courses are organised basing on the number of applicants.) Certificate Candidates attending less than 80% of the lectures will not be eligible for examination. Each candidate must be examined in the following subjects: Theory of First Aid/Bandaging Technique/Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation. Candidates who passed the examination will be awarded the "Certificate in First Aid" which is recognised by the HKSAR Government and is valid for three years. For re-certification, candidates should take a refresher course/re-examination before the expiry of the certificate.For details and to apply please visit the website of Hong Kong St. John Ambulance. Hong Kong Red Cross - Standard First Aid Certificate Course (SFA) Course Content 1. Introduction of Red Cross Movement; 2. Principle of First Aid; 3. Patient Assessment; 4. Suffocation & Choking; 5. Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation; 6. Burns & Scalds; 7. Unconsciousness; 8. Shock & Bleeding; 9. Wounds & Bandaging; 10. Trauma of Various Parts of Body; 11. Medical Emergencies; 12. Bone, Joint & Muscle Trauma; 13. Environmental Related Health Problems; 14. Introduction of Automated External Defibrillator; 15. Transporting Victim; 16. First Aid Equipments & Relevant Regulations. Course Duration 30 hours (extra 3 hours for examination) Medium of Instruction Cantonese, Putonghua or English Certificate Students should fulfil the following criteria in order to get the Standard First Aid Certificate which is recognised by the HKSAR Government with 3 years validity.- At least 80% attendance (counted by session)- Pass in both written and practical examinations Before the expiry date of the certificate or within 6 months after the expiry date of the certificate, participants can attend a Standard First Aid Certificate Refresher Course (SFAR) and pass the examinations to renew their certificates with 3 years validity.For details and to apply please visit the website of Hong Kong Red Cross. Occupational Safety and Health Council  - Certificate Of Competence Courses (AMS)Certificate of Competence in First Aid Course Content 1. Principles of First Aid and handling of accidents; 2. Asphyxia and resuscitation techniques; 3. Wounds and bleeding and their handling techniques; 4. Handling of casualties of dizziness, syncope and unconsciousness; 5. Injuries of the skeletal system; 6. Burns and scalds; 7. Handling techniques for other injuries; 8. Methods of transporting casualties. Course Duration 36 hours plus end-of-course examination Medium of Instruction Cantonese supplemented with Chinese notes Certificate Award of Certificate: At least 85% attendance and a pass in the end-of-course examination. Trainees will be provided a first aid certificate jointly issued by the Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) and the Occupational Safety and Health Council (OSHC). This certificate is valid for three years.For details and to apply please visit the website of Occupational Safety and Health Council. The Auxiliary Medical Service (AMS) (The AMS first aid training courses are organised for civil servants and such courses are designed to meet their operational needs. When training places are available, members of the public are also welcome to enrol on the courses for which a fee will be charged. However, due to the current long waiting list and waiting time for the training places, enrolment by members of the public shall be suspended until further notice. For details, please visit the website of AMS.)
Relaxation of Eligibility Requirements for Commercial Vehicle Driving Licences

Relaxation of Eligibility Requirements for Commercial Vehicle Driving Licences

To alleviate the shortage problem of commercial vehicle drivers and facilitate the supply of new blood for commercial vehicle trades, the Government has amended the relevant regulations to shorten the period required to hold a private car (PC) or light goods vehicle (LGV) full driving licence before a person may apply for a commercial vehicle driving licence. After implementation of the measures, for an applicant:(1) who has completed the one-year probationary driving period for a PC or LGV, he/she will be eligible to apply for a learner's or full driving licence to drive a commercial vehicle immediately upon obtaining a full driving licence for the corresponding vehicle type (i.e. PC or LGV), instead of having held the PC or LGV licence for at least two years; or (2) to whom such a probationary driving period for a PC or LGV is not applicable, he/she will be eligible to apply for a learner's or full driving licence to drive a commercial vehicle after having held a full driving licence for a PC or LGV for at least one year, instead of having held the PC or LGV licence for at least three years. Other eligibility requirements (such as aged 21 or above and not being convicted of any specified serious traffic offence) remain unchanged. For more details, please visit the Transport Department website
First aid and lifesaving certificates needed when applying for lifeguard

First aid and lifesaving certificates needed when applying for lifeguard

Apart from public swimming pools, gazetted beaches and water sports centres administered by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), quite many places like clubhouses in private properties, hotels and clubs also hire lifeguards at their swimming pools and water sports centres. Therefore the demands for lifeguards are always there. First Aid and LifesavingNormally, a Lifeguard Award and a First Aid Certificate are required when applying for a job as a lifeguard. Take the recruitment advertisement of Lifeguard on the website of LCSD as an example, the entry requirements are:Entry Requirements(a) completed Primary 6 education, or equivalent;(b) visual acuity of 6/60;(c) a valid Beach Lifeguard Award and Pool Lifeguard Award from The Hong Kong Life Saving Society;(d) a valid First Aid Certificate of the St John Ambulance Association, Hong Kong Red Cross, or the Auxiliary Medical Service;(e) attained a level of proficiency in Chinese and English languages equivalent to Primary 6 standard; and(f) passed a trade test.This means, if you want to be one of the lifeguards in town, you will probably need to attain a Lifeguard Award and a First Aid Certificate. >>>For more information about the Beach Lifeguard Award and the Pool Lifeguard Award issued by The Hong Kong Life Saving Society, please visit the websites of The Hong Kong Life Saving Society, the Intergrated Lifesaving Certificate Training Scheme (Pool Lifeguard & Beach Lifeguard) 2021/22, and the Lifesaving Training Scheme (BM) 2021.>>>For more information about the First Aid Certificate of the St John Ambulance Association, Hong Kong Red Cross, or the Auxiliary Medical Service, please visit the story "First aid certificate courses recognised by the Government".
Things to know when you want a Driving License (Private Car and Light Goods Vehicle)

Things to know when you want a Driving License (Private Car and Light Goods Vehicle)

Basic Requirements- You have to be at least 18 years old.- You are physically fit to drive.- If you have any physical disabilities, you may have to attend the driving ability assessment before applying for a driving test.Taking a Driving TestDriving test requirements:1. Written test (Part A Test) - The questions of the Part A Written Test are based on the "Road Users' Code". Candidates need to be conversant with the code before taking the test.  2. Road test (Part B Test and Part C Test) - Driving observations for candidates: Preparation Before Moving Off; Driving Manoeuvres and Control of Speed; Judging Car Distance; Overtaking; Hazard Recognition; Roundabouts and Junctions; Traffic Signs / Traffic Lights and the Directions of Authorized; Traffic Controllers; Traffic Lanes; The Stopping Rule; Reversing and Parking Manoeuvres; Turnabout In A Narrow Road. Guide to Private Car and Light Goods Vehicle Driving Test.Learn to DriveNo matter which alternative you choose, make sure you receive sufficient training and possess basic driving skills and enough on-road experience before taking driving tests. For learner drivers without any driving experience, it is recommended at least 30 hours of driver training before taking the test.Learner drivers could receive driver training through one of the following ways:1. Government Designated Driving SchoolsClick here for information about Government Designated Driving Schools2. Private Driving InstructorsYou can also receive driver training from private driving instructors. A list of private driving instructors is posted at our Driving Test Appointment Office. Besides, the contact lists of Private Driving Instructors published by Transport Department can be viewed here. In addition, some private organisations together with private driving instructors set up private driving schools with various sizes. Such private driving schools would also organize driver training courses to public.Government designated driving schools, private driving instructors and private driving schools offer different kinds of driver training courses in the market. Learner drivers should consider the following before they decide to join any course:1. contents of the training courses2. restrictions on training courses with special offers3. prices of the courses and their total training hours4. reputation of the driving instructors or the driving schools5. advice and recommendations from friends and other driving licence holdersApply for a Driving LicenseOnce you have passed your driving tests, you can approach the Licensing Office of the Transport Department after 7 working days but not exceeding 3 years from the date of passing the driving test to apply for a probationary driving licence. You have to complete a mandatory 12-month probationary driving period before you can apply for a full driving licence.For more details, please visit the Guidebook for Driving License.
Things to know when you want a Driving License (Motor Cycle & Motor Tricycle)

Things to know when you want a Driving License (Motor Cycle & Motor Tricycle)

Basic Requirements- You have to be at least 18 years old.- You are physically fit to drive.- If you have any physical disabilities, you may have to attend the driving ability assessment before applying for a driving test.Taking a Driving Test 1. You should pass the written test (Part A Test) on the Road Users' Code, and have to enroll with a designated driving school for a mandatory training course for acquiring the basic knowledge and skills to manoeuvre a motor cycle, before taking the competence test (Part B Test).2. To apply for a motor cycle learner's driving licence within two years after passing the Competence Test (Part B Test). (If you have applied for motor cycle driving tests on or before 1 January 1990, you can obtain approval from the Transport Department for exemption of the competence test.)3. After passing the competence test (Part B Test), you can make a road test (Part C Test) appointment either by yourself or through a designated driving school.4. If you want to take a driving test, you have to apply for a driving test form in order to make a driving test appointment.For the basic requirements of the Test, and the protective helmet requirements, please refer to the Guide to Motor Cycle & Motor Tricycle Driving Test. If you are a repeater, you can make your appointment online. Learn to DriveNo matter which alternative you choose, make sure you receive sufficient training and possess basic driving skills and enough on-road experience before taking driving tests. For learner drivers without any driving experience, it is recommended at least 30 hours of driver training before taking the test.Learner drivers could receive driver training through one of the following ways:1. Government Designated Driving SchoolsClick here for information about Government Designated Driving Schools2. Private Driving InstructorsYou can also receive driver training from private driving instructors. A list of private driving instructors is posted at our Driving Test Appointment Office. Besides, the contact lists of Private Driving Instructors published by Transport Department can be viewed here. In addition, some private organisations together with private driving instructors set up private driving schools with various sizes. Such private driving schools would also organize driver training courses to public.Government designated driving schools, private driving instructors and private driving schools offer different kinds of driver training courses in the market. Learner drivers should consider the following before they decide to join any course:1. contents of the training courses2. restrictions on training courses with special offers3. prices of the courses and their total training hours4. reputation of the driving instructors or the driving schools5. advice and recommendations from friends and other driving licence holdersApply for a Driving LicenseOnce you have passed your driving tests, you can approach the Licensing Office of the Transport Department after 7 working days but not exceeding 3 years from the date of passing the driving test to apply for a probationary driving licence. You have to complete a mandatory 12-month probationary driving period before you can apply for a full driving licence.For more details, please visit the Guidebook for Driving License.

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 [Youth Hostel] Fortune Loft。Co-Living by TWGH

[Youth Hostel] Fortune Loft。Co-Living by TWGH

In promoting sharing of social capital to address the housing needs of young people, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGH) has introduced “Fortune Loft Co-Living” (the Project).  By renovating a tenement building located at the junction of Fuk Tsun Street and Lime Street, the Project provides young people with an affordable place and platform for co-living. Objectives of the Project 1. To provide young people with the “Co-living Model” as an alternative living option.2. To encourage young people to interact and support each other through co-living, apart from providing affordable living places.3. To encourage young people to develop a saving habit; a saving scheme is in place to help them prepare for the future.4. To encourage young people to build a sense of belonging to the community they live in through their participation in the “Good Neighbour Scheme” in which they pay visits to elderly people and help organise neighbourhood-building activities.Co-living Model - Rooms shared with 2 to 3 tenants- Shared public area - including kitchen, washroom, bathroom, living room, rooftop, etc.- Shared household chores, sharing of skills and supporting each other. Saving Scheme - The Scheme is set up to promote the saving habit. Tenants are encouraged to set up a monthly saving plan, upon completion of which they will be entitled to a proportional matching subsidy.- The proportion would be 3:1. For example, if a participant saves HKD300, the Scheme will match it with HKD100. The maximum matching amount is HKD1,200 per month.  The total sum will be released upon completion of the saving plan for participants to pursue further personal development.- Eligible tenants are required to deposit the amount to a designated account and submit the monthly bank statements for the Scheme’s record. Matching subsidy for the month will not be granted if for any reason the amount has not been saved to the account.- Tenants are required to notify the officer-in-charge in case part of the saving needs to be withdrawn in the event of unanticipated situations such as unemployment, urgent medical needs, etc.Good Neighbour Scheme - To encourage young people to contribute to the neighbourhood so as to enhance their sense of belonging, tenants are required to participate in the "Good Neighbor Scheme" (minimum 30 service hours per year) to build a co-living community together.- Activities include visiting the elderly in the neighbourhood, assisting in maintenance, organising neighbour gatherings and cultural activities, and promoting the co-living idea. Criteria - Working youth between 18 and 30 years old (at the time of the application deadline) who is a Hong Kong Permanent Resident, and - wth a monthly income of below HKD21,000 and personal assets valued below HKD364,000, and does not solely own or partly own any property, and- acknowledges and agrees to the “Co-living Model” and willing to share skills and information, support each other, also participate in the Good Neighbour Scheme and the Saving Scheme. Details and how to apply: http://www.tungwahcsd.org/en/our-services/youth-and-family-services/service-plans;news/9983/-Enquiry tel: 3525 1856
Online Services - Register/Booking

Online Services - Register/Booking

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[Youth Hostel] The HKFYG Youth Hostel "PH2"

[Youth Hostel] The HKFYG Youth Hostel "PH2"

The HKFYG Youth Hostel PH2 of The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) is Hong Kong’s first all-purpose youth hostel under the Youth Hostel Scheme. It is located at 2 Po Heung Street, Tai Po Market, and was formerly a HKFYG Youth S.P.O.T. Having been rebuilt and reprovisioned into a 20-storey building, it now comprises the Youth S.P.O.T. on the ground and first floors, communal facilities for PH2 on the second and third floors, and accommodation units from floors 4 to 19. PH2 provides single units for one-person households and co-living units for two- and three-person households. During their residence, young people will have the opportunity of a diversified learning journey which would enhance their life skills including financial planning, living in community, self-awareness and sharing with others. These competencies will be nurtured through activities and services provided by the Tai Po Youth S.P.O.T. which will be their support safety net. Click here to tour the PH2 units in 360-degree photosEligibility - Hong Kong permanent resident aged 18 or above but below 31 as at the application deadline.- Monthly income not exceeding HKD24,100 for a one-person household applicant. (The household income level of a two-person household applicant should not exceed twice that of a one-person household).- Total net asset not exceeding HKD379,875 and HKD759,750 respectively for a one-person household and a two-person household.- Working youth who do not own or co-own any domestic property in Hong Kong. Details: https://ph2.hkfyg.org.hkEnquiry tel: 2656 0009
We can recycle e-waste

We can recycle e-waste

How would you handle idle home appliances? The Producer Responsibility Scheme on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WPRS) came into effect in 2018 indeed. Through the WPRS, relevant waste electrical and electronic equipment must be directed to licensed recycling facilities for proper treatment and recycling, turning waste into resources, thus offering a long term solution to potential land contamination and environmental problems arising from mishandling during transfer, storage and dismantling processes. In fact, there are at least five ways to handle unwanted electrical appliances. Statutory Free Removal ServiceThe WPRS provides a convenient recycling channel for the proper collection of used equipment requiring disposal. Upon purchase of a new REE item, including air-conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, televisions, computers, printers, scanners and monitors, members of the public are entitled to a statutory free removal service arranged by the seller to collect a used item of the same class. For details, please contact REE sellers, or click here to read more. Collection Hotline (2676 8888)Apart from the statutory free removal service, the Government also introduced a new and free collection service. Members of the public not purchasing a new REE item can make an appointment with the operator for the Government for a free collection service through the recycling hotline 2676 8888. This service will not only promote recycling, but it will also save members of the public the burden of disposing the used REE on their own or at a cost. Community Green Stations (CGSs)All CGSs accept waste electrical and electronic equipment for which will be transferred to suitable recyclers for handling.  Please click here for details of the CGSs.E-waste Collection VehicleThe e-waste collection vehicle stations in 18 districts at Saturdays and Sundays on a roster basis to collect e-waste from the public. There are also collection station, education and publicity activities to introduce the importance of proper e-waste recycling. Please click here for details.Donation ServiceWEEE·PARK refurbishes some serviceable electrical appliances for donation to people in need for reuse, promoting a loving and caring community while going green. Refurbished appliances available for donation include refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners and televisions. Application should be made through referral by registered social worker. Please click here to download the application form.
Why are spectacles or camera lens so difficult to clean?

Why are spectacles or camera lens so difficult to clean?

Why are spectacles or camera lens so difficult to clean? It seems to get worse when an ordinary cloth is used, which tends to produce mult-coloured marks.When an ordinary cloth is used to rub grease off the glass, the grease becomes an additional coating with varying thickness. This produces multi-coloured reflections, because light is made up of different colours (i.e. different wavelengths). The 'rainbow' effect is similar to what we see when looking at a wet road with an oil film on it.What is the proper way to clean the glasses?Use the special cloth that comes with spectacles or camera lens. It is made of thin fibres that are good at picking up grease, rather than spreading it.A wet method involves washing with soap or a little liquid detergent. Then rinse, and leave it to dry or dry with a clean linen. You can also go to an optical shop for such a service. (For more details, please click here to read the article written by Hong Kong Observatory) (Information provided by Hong Kong Observatory)
Online Services - Hot Enquiry

Online Services - Hot Enquiry

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How does the weather affect running?

How does the weather affect running?

How does the weather during the day and at night affect running?  How does temperature affect relative humidity?  What things do we need to pay attention to before and after running?  Karen Cheng and Dr. Lobo H.T. Louie will explain these in this episode of "Cool Met Stuff".(The programme is broadcasted in Cantonese) (For more details, please click here to read the article written by Hong Kong Observatory) (Information provided by Hong Kong Observatory)
Myths about protection against UV radiation

Myths about protection against UV radiation

Although most people are aware of the need to take protective actions against sunburn, there are some common misconceptions about UV radiation and the ways of protection: Myth 1: Darker sunglasses offer more protection from UV radiationThe most important thing to look for in sunglasses is how much UV radiation they filter out.  It should be noted that there is no relationship between the colour of sunglasses and their UV filtering action.  When one wears sunglasses the pupil widens as there is less light reaching the eye.  If the sunglasses have poor UV protection, the amount of UV radiation getting into the eyes may even be greater than not wearing sunglasses at all.  For adequate protection, one should wear sunglasses that are able to block at least 98% of the UV radiation. Myth 2: You can't get sunburn on a cloudy dayYou do get sunburned on a cloudy day, that is of course, if you are engaged in outdoor activities but not properly protected against ultraviolet radiation (UV).  It is true that on a cloudy day, you won't get as much exposed to UV from direct sunlight as when it is a clear sunny day.  However, sunlight, including UV, are scattered by gases in the atmosphere, as well as by clouds, dust, haze and even fog. Up to 80% of solar UV radiation can penetrate thin cloud cover.  There are also occasions when broken clouds enhance UV radiation by reflection from their sides.Therefore, in case of doubt, it is advisable to check the latest UV index through radio, television, the Observatory's website and Dial-a-Weather system (1878200). Myth 3: You can't get sunburn while in the waterWater offers only minimal protection from UV radiation.  At half a metre under water, the UV radiation level is still 40% as intense as at the surface.  Also, the part of body above water is additionally exposed to ultraviolet rays reflected from the water surface. Myth 4: Sunscreen lotion protects me so I can sunbathe much longerSunscreen lotion should not be used to increase sun exposure time but to increase protection during unavoidable exposure. The protection provided by sunscreen lotion depends critically on their correct application.  For more about sunscreen lotion and sunburn protection, please check out "Sunburn and SPF". Myth 5: If you take regular breaks during sunbathing you won't get sunburnUV radiation exposure is cumulative.  The total health damage you get will be the sum of the effect of individual exposure.  Therefore, to protect yourself the objective is to reduce exposure to UV radiation as far as practicable. This could decrease the chance of skin cancer. Myth 6: If you don't feel the hot rays of the sun you won't get sunburnSunburn is caused by UV radiation which cannot be felt.  The heating effect is caused by the sun's infrared radiation and not by UV radiation.  Therefore, even if you don't feel the warmth, you may also get sunburn. Human exposure to UV radiation may result in acute and chronic health effects on the skin, eye and immune system. So please be aware to take protective actions against sunburn. (For more details, please click here to read the article written by Hong Kong Observatory) (Information provided by Hong Kong Observatory)

Emotional Health

Stay Strong to Fight the Virus

Stay Strong to Fight the Virus

The COVID-19 pandemic brings us different changes, such as school closures, reduction of social activities, and special arrangements of examinations, as well as different levels of stress.  Excessive stress may cause different negative emotions, such as fear, confusion, worry, anger and anxiety.  As such, it is very important to maintain our physical and mental health.  Physical Health Tips One of the keys to maintaining physical and mental health is exercising.  Physical exercise can enhance metabolism, prevent fat accumulation, and strengthen the immune system.  Endorphin would also be released by the body during the process to make people feel relaxed and happy. Recently, we might have reduced the time spent on outdoor activities to reduce the risk of infection.  Yet we can still do some simple exercises, such as standing, rope-skipping, and dancing, during the stay-at-home time. Follow the athletes below to do exercises together if you are interested! (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese) For more videos of exercise at home demonstrated by other athletes, please click this link. In addition, please pay attention to personal hygiene and safety of home environment. Do not forget to do some warm-up exercises to reduce the risk of injury. Mental Health Tips As you spend more time to stay at home, you might reduce your contact with friends, feel bored, and have different emotions.  The following four tips can be applied to strengthen your mental health. Stay connected with otherA simple greeting message, a phone call, or a video call can allow us to stay with each other in times of difficulty. Upgrade yourselfLet yourself continue to learn and stay fresh towards life.  You can set a small goal for yourself during the pandemic, such as reading a book, practising a new song, or learning a new computer software.  The small goal can enrich your life and equip yourself with a new skill. Be aware of your emotionIf you notice that you are encountering different emotions, such as anxiety, nervousness, or anger, take a deep breath.  After that, you can attend to your feelings and take good care of your body.  Help people in needDuring the pandemic, we can not only protect ourselves and family, but also offer our helping hands to other people, for instance, share our extra resources to needy people around us. (The video is broadcasted in Cantonese) Reference Student Health Service, Department of Health: Emotional Health Tips - Health Tips for Fighting the Virus (Students) (Chinese Only) Jockey Club “Loving Sports” Youth Development Programe - at Home Workouts (Chinese Only) New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association: Five Tips for Staying Physically and Mentally Healthy during the Pandemic (Chinese Only) Other Resources Student Health Service, Department of Health: Emotional Health Tips - Mental Health Resources Social Welfare Department: Clinical Psychological Service Branch - 2020 Psycho-education information Hub for Combatting the Novel Coronavirus New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association: 330 Wellbeing Tips
 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)
The Amazing Adventure Against Stigma

The Amazing Adventure Against Stigma

The Amazing Adventure Against Stigma is an online interactive story that introduces mental illness stigma and the difficulties faced by people with lived experience, with the aim to raise awareness in mental illness and reduce mental illness stigma.Jockey Club TourHeart Project invites you to start the online journey: Click here to start
"Shall We Talk" x Eason Chan

"Shall We Talk" x Eason Chan

“Shall We Talk” is a mental health promotion and public education initiative launched by the Advisory Committee on Mental Health since July 2020. Singer Eason Chan has been appointed as the initiative's ambassador, and his classic Canto-pop song “Shall We Talk” (Chinese: 「陪我講」) has been chosen as the theme of the initiative to arouse public attention to mental well-being. The initiative’s theme song “Shall We Talk” is about family love and communication. Its simple and straightforward lyrics touch the hearts of many in Hong Kong, and encourage everyone to talk and share with others. Eason attaches great importance to mental well-being with his personal history of mental distress. As the initiative’s ambassador, he is dedicated to promoting mental health in the community and sending positive message to the public by performing a rearranged version of “Shall We Talk” and engaging in the production of videos as well as other publicity and educational materials. "Shall We Talk" one-stop dedicated website: https://shallwetalk.hk/en/(with abundant information such as mental well-being, common mental health problems, treatment, getting help, community support, activities and story sharing etc. There are also rich mental health related resources concerning schools and workplace) "Shall We Talk" Facebook fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/shallwetalkhk20 "Shall We Talk" Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/shallwetalkhk20
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 - Notable Psychologists

e-Book Highlights - Notable Psychologists

Psychologists are experts in the study of human thoughts and behaviours. They develop theories of different schools and write great works which influence the world. Some psychologists such as Sigmund Freud have become a household name in the field of psychology. This resource guide introduces library collections of famous psychologists. You can learn about their life stories and masterpieces, as well as the study and application of their theories by scholars of later generations.   《The Courage to Be Disliked : How to free yourself, change your life and achieve real happiness》 Introduction:The Courage to be Disliked shows you how to unlock the power within yourself to become your best and truest self, change your future and find lasting happiness. The authors explain how we are all free to determine our own future free of the shackles of past experiences, doubts and the expectations of others. It's a philosophy that's profoundly liberating, allowing us to develop the courage to change, and to ignore the limitations that we and those around us can place on ourselves. Author: Ichiro Kishimi, Fumitake KogaPublisher: Atlantic Books, 2018 Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《The Inkblots: Hermann Rorschach, His Iconic Test, and the Power of Seeing》 Introduction:In this first-ever biography of Rorschach, Damion Searls draws on unpublished letters and diaries and a cache of previously unknown interviews with Rorschach’s family, friends, and colleagues. The Inkblots is a marvelous book about how one man and his enigmatic test came to shape our collective imagination. Author: Damion SearlsPublisher: Broadway Books, 2017Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《一次讀懂心理學經典:濃縮百年來最具革命性的心理學觀念 快速掌握, 隨時應用》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 湯姆.巴特勒-鮑登(Tom Butler-Bowdon)作; 林鶯譯Publisher: 時報文化,2019Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《讓孩子成長的阿德勒名言》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 岸見一郎作;葉小燕譯Publisher: 究竟,2017 Source: HyRead電子書 (Back to top) 《讀懂榮格》 Introduction:(Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 吳光遠著Publisher: 海鴿文化出版,2017Source: HyRead電子書 (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries) (Back to top)
e-Book Highlights - Inside out – Personality Tests

e-Book Highlights - Inside out – Personality Tests

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.  《Discovering Your Personality Type -The Essential Introduction to the Enneagram》 Introduction: Discovering Your Personality Type is the bestselling beginner's guide to identifying and understanding the nine personality profiles and applying them to your daily life.It is the essential introduction to this system, a psychological framework that can be used practically, in many aspects of daily life. This revised and updated edition features the all-new, scientifically validated Riso-Hudson Type Indicator, and has also been refined and simplified to appeal especially to beginners and anyone interested in unlocking the secrets of personality. Author: Don Richard Riso, Russ HudsonPublisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020Source: Overdrive eBooks (Back to top) 《九型人格一本通:瞭解自我、洞悉他人的秘訣》 (Please refer to the Chinese version)  Author: 劉振中編著Publisher: 菁品文化,2017Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead e-Magazine (Back to top) 《你沒問題, 只欠缺找到自己強項:用「全腦思維分析」找回最強本質, 做事得心應手, 看穿人心跟誰都合得來》 (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 中村泰彥著;羊恩媺譯Publisher: 格致文化,2020Source: HyRead ebook (Back to top) 《圖解微人格心理學:教你發現身體裡另一個自己》 Introduction: (Please refer to the Chinese version) Author: 速溶綜合研究所、倪慢慢Publisher: 香港中和,2020Printed Book: Library CatalogueSource: HyRead ebook (Back to top) (The information is provided by Hong Kong Public Libraries)
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