|Deaf and Youth Asian Ministry|
Civil Education Activities
"Inventing le Louvre: From Palace to Museum over 800 Years" Special Exhibition tour visit
"Eternal Life - Exploring Ancient Egypt" Special Exhibition tour visit
Cattle Depot Artists Village tour visit
6.4.Museum in JCCAC tour visit
Buying used book for charity 2016
Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence tour visit
Tai O tour visit
Tung Chung Fortress tour visit
Lau Fau Shan tour visit
Buying used book for charity 2015
Visit Jockey Club Arts Accessibility Service Centre
Introducing art and design concept to teenager is a way to open their creative thinking. We and our students visited Jockey Club Arts Accessibility Service Centre. That was their first time to see product creation from local designers.
Visit Fireboat Alexander Grantham Exhibition Gallery
Visit Mei Ho House
This is one of the revitalizing buildings to witness the life style in the age of the 50's. Students watched documentary information and items in the exhibition to know the fact of living situation of the old generation in Hong Kong. Before ending the trip, students explored many old-fashioned toys and typical snacks in their tuck shop.
Buying used book for charity 2014
The yearly charity book sale of World Vision Hong Kong had been held at Hollywood Plaza, Diamond Hill. For encouraging young people enjoy reading and sharing with others, we keep on bringing students to buy used books. This year, our students collected old books from their classmates and teachers before buying used books. We tried to send part of books as free gift to deaf students and donated part of books to World Vision book sale from our collection. Finally we donated 101 books to their book sale on 21/7/ 2014. Students donated books and bought used books at the same time during this charity book sale. They were excited to see those books on the book shelf which they donated and wish people may treasure the books.
Summer Course - Orienteering
It was a summer course for teenage to explore the wild animal world in Reptile House. On the other hand, they might understand their life value and meaning of friendship through team work in the orienteering training as well as learning discipline. After a hot summer afternoon, we enjoyed a cool summer dessert and walked around in Yuen Long city.
Summer Course - Outdoor skill training
Outdoor skill straining is the first summer course of our ministry. It is another way for the young people to have life review through skill training and enjoy the natural. Students practiced outdoor cooking and tent setting beside a waterfall in Mui Wo. Through discipline, sharing, concerning the others in a team work to understand how precious of friendship and discovered their value foundation.
Tour Visit of Animation Layout (Hong Kong Heritage Museum)
A tour visit for understanding the layout design of Japanese Animation is a good learning chance to animation lovers. During exhibition, young people enjoyed the exhibition mean time learned about make up a comic story and its production technical skill. Our English group members enjoyed a wonderful afternoon there.
Tour Visit of Police Museum and Gu's Embroidery
The tour visit provided the young people a chance to get a deeper understanding the history of Hong Kong Police Force. Students learned about Police Force over the past hundred years by exploring several areas of interest from various pictures and displaying exhibits at their galleries during visit. On the way back, students visited Gu's Embroidery Limited which over hundred years of making the silk art. The young people admired the marvelous skill and thank for the shop owner provided them a chance to enjoy and endurance.
Visit Jao Tsung-I Academy
Heritage bears witness to the development of our city and is a valuable asset of our community. It is also a valuable way for the new generation to learn the city they are living. Students walked around the different zones to learn the landscape culture and experienced traditional culture through exhibition.
Sham Tseng tour visit
This visit aimed that youth could enjoy sunshine and seabreeze on the beach. Before we reached the beach, we found and visited the showroom of bread production of Garden Company limited. On the beach, we prepared some games for the youth to make balloon rockets and rubber band power boats. They followed the English instructions to make the toys so that they could practice English. They enjoyed playing there and collected colorful shells on the beach. Youth hoped that they can visit there on summer holidays.
Seminar: Prevention Sexual Abuse at School
Teaching the basic concept of sexual abuse at school is a kind of important consciousness need to provide for the youth. We invited Ms Tobi Cheung, social worker be the visitor speaker to give the lecture, Rev. C. Hartwick taught the value from bible truth through group discussion and Ms Venice Wong, preacher to lead the Q&A interaction game to reinforce the power of distinguishing on the topic of those participants. Hong Kong sign language translation was provided. Participants were highly motivated and proactively on expressing on positive direction during the seminar.
Legislative Council Educational Tour
The meaning of the tour is not only providing a chance to students to enjoy a tour but a relationship between our hearing youth and deaf people! Students introduced themselves in Hong Kong Sign Language to the deaf new friends and the deaf friends tried to understand them patiently. There were some friends of our students interested in signing and created a sign name immediately. That was their first time to meet deaf people. All of them were very excited. A short conclusion with all participants in the end of the tour, deaf friends encouraged the youth to work hard on learning sign language and students were happy to know deaf friends. There were 23 people joining the trip including 7 deaf friends and 12 students. One of our volunteers felt the happiness and the importance of sign communication. Amazing Grace!
Buy used book for charity sale 2013
A charity book sale was held by World Vision Hong Kong at Panda Place, Tsuen Wan. For encouraging children and youth enjoy reading and sharing with others. We had 11 persons including parents to attend the activity. A few new migrant students from mainland China also joined the activity this year. Some of them are living in Hong Kong less than one year. It was a good chance to introduce them the meaning of love the other children who are living in the rural area in their home country.
Deaf Awareness Sharing
A deaf sister Miss Or is the visitor of the sharing for introducing deaf awareness to the youth. We introduced deaf education, solving daily live problems of deaf people and importance of sign interpretation and signing on bible teaching through videos to aware the deaf community. On the other hand, there was an interaction time for those participants to experience sign with the visitor during question and answer section. There were 13 participants to be invited for attending the sharing.
Charity Book Sale 2012
A charity book sale was held by World Vision Hong Kong at Hollywood Plaza in Diamond Hill. For encouraging children and youth enjoy reading and sharing with others. We had 12 persons attended the activity including volunteers and students this year. Participants enjoyed a wonderful sharing with different kind of languages after the activity including Hong Kong Sign Language, English, Chinese and Japanese. It was full of meaning to provide a chance for students to experience communication with different language in an activity.
Civil Education Activity - China, Hong Kong Day Presentation 2011
The 'China, Hong Kong Day Presentation 2011' is the first civil education activity of our ministry. It was held in Harmony Baptist Church. The tailor make activity encouraged the youth participating Chinese culture activities, through traditional performance to introduce Chinese culture to foreigner church members and visitors. Activities including Chinese writing, hand crafts and introducing Chinese tea and typical snack of Hong Kong. Some of children were the first time to get in touch of church live and enjoyed it very much.
Charity Book Sale Activity
A charity book sale was held by World Vision Hong Kong at Hollywood Plaza in Diamond Hill. For encouraging children and youth enjoy reading and with wider eyesight to know the world through their living experience. Meantime, providing them a positive value about care the need and love the others who are living in a poor country far beyond. We had 9 persons including 5 children and our outreach team to enjoy a wonderful day in the charity book sale. Children chose various kinds of books excitedly. Over 50 books were chosen in the action.