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Title: Predeparture Briefing for Australian Exchange Program 11th 23rd March 2008


1
Pre-departure Briefing for Australian Exchange
Program (11th 23rd March 2008)
Po Leung Kuk Luk Hing Too Primary School Po Leung
Kuk Laws Foundation College
2
Contents of Today
  • Background
  • Flights Accommodations
  • Itinerary of LHT LFC
  • General rules regulations
  • Homestay courtesies
  • Reminders (liquid restrictions Australian
    Customs restrictions)
  • Weather
  • Final checklist

3
Resources Site
  • http//www.plklfc.edu.hk/studytour/australiastudyt
    our/html/tour.html

4
Background
  • Pre-visit in March 2007
  • Princes Hill Primary School (PHPS), Melbourne
  • Mount Gambier High School (MGHS), Mount Gambier
  • Sister School Partnership
  • http//www.plklfc.edu.hk/studytour/australia/Austr
    alianprevisitweb2007.htm

5
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6
Commonwealth of Australia
7
11th 23rd March 2008 (13 days)
  • 11th March (Tue) QF 30
  • HK/ MEL
  • 0945/ 2135
  • 8 hr 50 min
  • 22nd March (Sat) QF 29
  • MEL/ HK
  • 2359/ 0550 1 day
  • 8 hr 51 min
  • Hand-carry size 1 piece of 56cm x 36 cm x 23 cm

8
LHT LFC Gathering Time
  • 11th March (Tue)
  • 5.45 am at LFC Cover Playground
  • Checking of essential items
  • Distribution of school publications
  • Coach to HK Airport
  • A 10-min delay would induce a HK400 surcharge
    charged by the coach company

9
Populated Places
10
Room allocation
11
LHT Team…
12
…visiting PHPS, Melbourne
http//www.phps.vic.edu.au/main.htm
13
Host Family Matching
14
Itinerary
Day 1 (11 March) Tue (Same as
LFC) 0545 Gather at LFC 0945 Departure (Hong
Kong) 2135 Arrival (Melbourne) 2300 Check-in
at YHA (Metro)
15
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 2 (12 March) - Wed 0900 School
tour 1100 Lunch break 1210 Class
sessions 1530 Meet host families 1800 Picnic
dinner at PHPS 2000 Back to homestay
16
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 3 (13 March) - Thu 0900 Morning assembly
(Welcoming ceremony) 1000 Class
sessions 1100 Lunch break 1210 Class sessions
(5/6 Sports) 1530 End of school day
17
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 4 (14 March) - Fri 0900 School excursion
(Healesville Sanctuary) 1530 End of school day
Day 5 6 (15-16 March) Sat Sun Weekend
activities arranged by host families
18
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 7 (17 March) - Mon 0930 School visit at
Princes Hill Secondary School 1030 School
activities 1100 Lunch break 1210 Class
sessions 1530 End of school day
19
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 8 (18 March) - Tue 0900 Melbourne City
Visit 1530 End of the visit
Day 9 (19 March) - Wed 0930 Cooking
session 1100 Lunch break 1210 Preparation for
farewell ceremony 1530 End of school day
20
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 10 (20 March) - Thu 0900 Art
session 1100 Lunch break 1210 Class
session 1400 Farewell ceremony 1530 Check-in
at YHA 1800 Join LFC Team and have dinner
21
Itinerary (Cont)
Day 11 (21 March) - Fri Join LFC Group and tour
around Melbourne City
Day 12 (22 March) - Sat Join LFC Group and tour
around Melbourne City 2359 Departure (Melbourne)
Day 13 (23 March) - Sun 0550 Arrival (Hong Kong)
22
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23
Project Learning
  • Main theme Life in Australia (Melbourne)
  • Aims
  • To gain understanding about everyday life in
    Australia (and HK)
  • To learn to work independently and in a group
  • To appreciate the cultural differences between HK
    and Australia

24
In the process
25
Topics and Grouping
  • Compare the daily expenses between two cities
  • By Daisy Lee, Kiki Ma and Jaime Leung, instructed
    by Mr. Kam
  • Compare the school system in two cities
  • By Peter Chan, Howard Chan and Melody Wong,
    instructed by Miss Fung
  • Compare the customs in celebrating festivals
  • By Winnie Kwok, Karen Mo and Priscilla Lau,
    instructed by Miss Lo

26
Procedures
  • In HK
  • Design the project (?)
  • Collect and organize information (?)
  • Presentation
  • In Australia
  • Observation
  • Survey Interview
  • Compare the information and explain findings
  • Project presentation

27
Teachers (LFC)
Mr. Leung Wing Kin Liberal Studies Geography
teacher
Mr. Chiu Chun Wai Mathematics teacher
Mr. Chan Wing Kwong The Principal
Ms. Lin Mei Yu Biology teacher
Ms. Jesuscelle de Guzman Travel and Tourism
English teacher
28
Mr. Leung Wing Kin (Liberal Studies Geography
teacher) 4J Sy Lok Him 4N Fung Hei Man 4V Chan
Wing Ho 4V Wong Pui Yee Mr. Chiu Chun Wai
(Mathematics teacher) 2S Wong Cheuk Yin 4M Wong
Chun Hei 4V Chan Chor Sin 4V Fok Man Yi
Ms. Jesuscelle de Guzman (Travel and Tourism
English teacher) 1V Luk Guan Ling 2V Li Sze
Tung 3N Casi Jennifer Sadiq 3V Sze Ho Ying Ms.
Lin Mei Yu (Biology teacher) 2M Hong Pui Yan 4M
Ng Yuk Lun 4V Chan Chi Yan 4V Lai Pui Ying
29
Presentation Topics / Duties
  • Mr. Leung HK city development
  • Ms. de Guzman HK Tourism
  • Ms. Lin Mei Yu nature ecology of HK
  • Mr. Chiu - Daily video broadcast via Youtube for
    LFC students parents in HK
  • http//www.youtube.com/lawsfoundation

30
Accommodations
  • Melbourne (3 nights Mar 11, 20, 21)
  • Melbourne Metro YHA
  • Mount Gambier (8 nights Mar 12-19)
  • Students Homestay families
  • Teachers Metro on Alexander
  • Wild camping (Mar 17)

31
Overview of Mount Gambier
4 - 5 km
32
Mount Gambier High School
33
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34
To LHT LFC parents students!
35
General Rules Regulations
  • Respect the decision of the team and not to leave
    the team unless prior notification to the Program
    Leader.
  • Be well-behaved and attend all functions
    punctually and actively

36
  • In all accommodations, please respect
    team-members, hostel-residents and homestay
    family members.
  • Do not leave personal belongings unattended.
    Study the evacuation route of accommodation
    shortly after settlement.
  • Dont delay in reporting any kind of sickness or
    problem once it happens.

37
  • It is a serious offence if student leave the
    hostel without Program Leaders permission.
  • Must not visit the room of whom not in the same
    sex.
  • Take rest after 1030 p.m.
  • No portable game player is allowed (e.g. PSP
    etc.)
  • Being environmentally-friendly (recycle policy
    applies)

38
Homestay courtesies
  • Homestay families are generous to provide us
    caring free-accommodation
  • Students are guests ONLY
  • Shall follow the routines of the family
    minimize the disturbance
  • Respect them ask for their permission/ advices
  • Adapting/ using electrical appliances, e.g. tele,
    PC, battery charger etc.
  • Bathing time
  • Cuisine
  • Engage into their living style

39
Australian Electrical Plugs
220-240V 50Hz
A socket converter is needed
40
New Security Measures for Cabin Baggage
  • Chi
  • http//www.cad.gov.hk/chinese/NSM.html
  • Eng
  • http//www.cad.gov.hk/english/NSM.html
  • ??????????(??????)????,????????????????????,??????
    ?????????????????,?????????
  • The Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has
    implemented new measures for screening liquids,
    gels and aerosol starting from March 21, 2007 to
    comply with the new guidelines of the
    International Civil Aviation Organization.

41
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What exactly are liquids, aerosols and gels
(LAGs)?  drinks, including water, soup, syrup
 creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, mascara, lip
gloss, lip balm, etc  sprays and mini
pressurised containers, including shaving foam
and spray deodorants  pastes, including
toothpastes  gels, including hair and shower
gel  liquid-solid mixtures  any other items
of similar consistency at room temperature.
42
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  • All liquids, gels, aerosols in cabin baggage have
    to be carried in containers with a capacity not
    greater than 100 ml. Liquids, gels, aerosols
    carried in containers larger than 100 ml will not
    be accepted, even if the container is only
    part-filled.

43
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    ????????????
  • Containers have to be placed in a transparent
    re-sealable plastic bag of a maximum capacity not
    exceeding one litre. The containers must fit
    comfortably within the transparent plastic bag,
    which should be completely closed.

44
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  • The plastic bag has to be presented separately
    from other cabin baggage for visual examination
    at the screening point. Only one transparent
    plastic bag per passenger is permitted.

45
????????????? What can't I take into Australia?
  • Chi
  • http//www.daffa.gov.au/languages/chinese
  • Eng
  • http//www.daffa.gov.au/aqis/travel/entering-austr
    alia/cant-takedownload

46
Declaration required
  • Food
  • Dairy egg products
  • Animal products
  • Seeds Nuts
  • Fresh fruit / vegetable
  • Plant materials/ soil rock and related products

47
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48
  • commercially prepared, cooked and raw food and
    ingredients
  • dried fruit and vegetables
  • instant noodles and rice
  • packaged meals
  • herbs and spices
  • herbal and traditional medicines, remedies,
    tonics and herbal teas
  • snack foods
  • biscuits, cakes and confectionery
  • black tea, coffee and other beverages
  • infant formula (must be accompanying a child)
  • airline food/snacks

49
Weather Forecast Melbourne
  • http//www.worldweather.cn/au/au106.htm

50
Weather Forecast Mount Gambier
  • http//www.worldweather.cn/au/au117.htm

51
Contacts
  • Miss Fung (LHT)
  • Email lht_missfung_at_yahoo.com.hk
  • Mobile 9364 5121 Tel 2701 0011 Fax 27040400
  • Mr. Leung (LFC)
  • Email tony.wkleung_at_gmail.com
  • Mobile 9767 7563 (local)/ 63427406
    (roaming) Tel 2701 8778 Fax 2701 3866
  • Melbourne Metro YHA
  • 78 Howard Street, North Melbourne 3051
  • Tel 61 3 9329 8599 Fax 61 3 9326 8427
  • Princes Hill Primary School (for LHT)
  • Tel 03 9389 5300 Fax 03 9389 5333
  • Mount Gambier High School (for LFC)
  • Tel 61 8 8725 6244 Fax 61 8 8723 0441

52
Tasks to be done
  • A gift for homestay (min. HK300, no food is
    allowed)
  • A thanks letter to homestay (by 5 March)
  • Purchase phone card activate it before
    departure (if necessary)
  • Exchange for Australian dollar

53
Advised budget
  • LHT A300 A500
  • LFC - A450 A500
  • Recommendation only, excluding shopping
    expenditure
  • Refer to the budget plan (from Resources Site)
    for personal adjustment
  • http//www.lonelyplanet.com/worldguide/australia/m
    oney-and-costs
  • http//hk.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/?qid700706
    1902090

54
Final Checklist
  • HKID Card
  • Passport (which the VISA has been made)
  • Stationery for schooling immigration
  • A transparent re-sealable plastic bag
  • Assigned homework from subject teachers (if any)
  • Sports uniform
  • Gift for homestay family
  • Essential drugs under medical advices
  • Phone card activated (if any)
  • Recorder for musical performance
  • Sleeping bag mat (LFC only)
  • NO food is brought
  • Total weight of luggage not more than 20kg
  • Must make sure the way to open the baggage cases,
    e.g. lock, PIN etc.

55
Pre-visit (Mar 2007) Gallery (Mainly for LFC)
  • http//www.plklfc.edu.hk/gallery2/main.php?g2_item
    Id75092

56
Any questions or suggestions?
Welcome to contact us by calling 2701 0011
(LHT) 2701 8778 (LFC) or through your
children! Thanks!
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