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蔡清風慈善書法展惠及社發網

2011-9-3 00:34:16
  • 蔡清風慈善書法展惠及社發網


    2011年9月1日至13日,書法大師蔡清風得到萬兆豐國際娛樂有限公司的協助,於香港鑽石山荷里活廣場舉行慈善書法展。


    萬兆豐國際娛樂有限公司代表黎文卓於開幕典禮致詞中宣佈,會將是次書法展的部份收入,捐贈給香港社區發展網絡。


    出場開幕典禮的香港社區發展網絡主席畢志榮及總幹事龍緯汶,對蔡清風老師及萬兆豐國際娛樂有限公司的善心,表示感謝。


    同場,蔡清風老師會捐出一批著作<清風書道>及手稿<月亮代表我的心>相架,而萬兆豐國際娛樂有限公司亦會捐出一批水晶燭台及金像獎紀念手錶,為香港社區發展網絡義賣。


    歡迎登入<香港社區發展網絡視像頻道>,重溫<蔡清風慈善書法展>的部份內容:


    蔡清風慈善書法展惠及社發網:蔡清風老師講解書法



    蔡清風慈善書法展惠及社發網:香港社區發展網絡義賣攤位

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  • lwmlung 2011-9-7 02:16:34
    2#

    香港社區發展網絡月餅捐贈顯溫情2011

    香港社區發展網絡月餅捐贈顯溫情2011

    每年中秋佳節,一家老幼安坐家中分享月餅,樂也融融。可惜香港有很多低收入人士,包括獨居長者、露宿者及少數族裔等,都無緣在中秋佳節品嚐月餅。

    有見及此,香港社區發展網絡發起了<月餅捐贈顯溫情2011>,希望透過各個學校、團體及公司等的合作,收集捐贈的月餅,送給有需要的朋友。我們會派員到 貴處的指定地方接收月餅,我們會負責有關的運輸費用。捐贈的月餅必須是獨立包裝,而且未經開封。請 貴處安排紙皮箱放置月餅。我們會於2011年10月,安排嘉許典禮,多謝各參與單位。因為資源限制,本網絡今年不會舉行月餅盒回收活動。

    如有興趣參與<月餅捐贈顯溫情2011>,請聯絡羅先生:67480271。

    龍緯汶 謹上
    香港社區發展網絡總幹事
    www.hkcdn.org.hk
    2011年8月29日

  • lwmlung 2011-9-21 15:10:27
    3#

    挾美食打拼

    挾美食打拼
    全文請瀏覽:
    http://news.sina.com.hk/news/23/1/1/2441267/1.html
    2011年9月21日
    明報

    紅van駛進佐敦吳松街,就停在夜總會霓虹燈下。這條街,白天出奇地靜,原來愈夜愈有活力。南丫島人、順德人、尼泊爾人、土耳其人,為了闖一番事業,為了生計,為了留在香港,都不分晝夜在此努力打拼。今天我們走進吳松街,嘗一嘗這混雜人氣交錯而成的美味吧!

    尼泊爾momo餃

    尼泊爾人Kamal開的Kangan尼泊爾餐廳屬於樓上舖,架眼鏡的他來自南尼泊爾,來港已有21年。讀政治出身的Kamal,十年前在有小尼泊爾之稱的佐敦開餐廳,賣尼泊爾菜,也有印度菜。他指尼泊爾菜較印度菜口味輕怡,菜式與印度菜類似,但也有自己的特色菜,如與中式餃子非常相似的momo。

    特設tandoori黏土烤爐

    Momo是尼泊爾式餃子,釀了豬肉碎、蒜蓉、小茴香籽等香料,跟中式餃子一樣可蒸可炸,香料味較濃,而餃子皮則較廣東式厚。餐廳並設有tandoori黏土烤爐,足有20吋深,以炭火烤的tandoori串特別香口。Kamal操流利英語,簡單廣東話,點菜落柯打絕對無問題。

    佐敦有個小尼泊爾

    佐敦有小尼泊爾之稱,香港社區發展網絡總幹事龍緯汶指香港約有2萬名尼泊爾人,其中近三成家在佐敦,形成一個尼泊爾小社區。「尼泊爾人喜歡吃惹味食物,所以他們喜歡吃叉燒飯,不過他們廣東話不好,點菜經常出現問題。」礙於中文不好,尼泊爾人漸漸發展起自己的小社區,類似Kangan的尼泊爾人餐廳,亦有網吧,甚至有以尼泊爾語、中文、英語教學的幼稚園,都設於佐敦。

    尼泊爾人愛叉飯

    尼泊爾餐廳老闆Kamal來港多年,曾試過移居澳洲,最後還是選擇回港,「澳洲太relax了,香港什麼也很方便,而且只要我努力拼搏,如現在日做十多小時,就有機會可以掙錢」。龍緯汶指,現時聚居香港的尼泊爾人多是英國啹喀兵後代,因為經濟問題,第二代多在尼泊爾接受教育,再回港工作,「他們千方百計令自己可以在香港活下來,不過語言仍然是一大問題,例如勞工處不會翻譯中文招聘廣告,而職訓局課程亦只有建築和保安以英語教學,令他們難以找工作」。

    INFO﹕

    Kangan尼泊爾餐廳
    營業時間﹕上午11:00至下午3:00,晚上6:00至11:30
    地址﹕佐敦吳松街122號利際商業大廈1/F
    查詢﹕2314 1633

    文﹕張艾渟
    圖﹕陳淑安、張艾渟
    編輯 方曉盈

  • vespamania 2011-9-22 12:23:08
    4#

    澳門有無尼泊爾人開嘅餐館呢?

  • lwmlung 2011-9-23 11:56:00
    5#

    捐贈兒童英文書籍到尼泊爾

    捐贈兒童英文書籍到尼泊爾
    http://www.hkcdn.org.hk/Activity.htm


    尼泊爾的生活水平不高,普遍人民生活貧苦。當地兒童很難看得到英文書籍,因為它們的售價太貴。


    有見及此,香港社區發展網絡及Kangan尼泊爾餐廳合辦了<捐贈兒童英文書籍到尼泊爾>,歡迎大家將兒童英文書籍捐給我們,新舊不拘。我們會定期將收集到的書籍,運到尼泊爾,送到有需要的家庭、學校及兒童院。


    <捐贈兒童英文書籍到尼泊爾>收集書籍期限:
    2011年9月23日至2012年9月22日


    <捐贈兒童英文書籍到尼泊爾>收集書籍地點:


    Kangan尼泊爾餐廳
    營業時間﹕上午11:00至下午3:00,晚上6:00至11:30
    地址﹕佐敦吳松街122號利際商業大廈1/F
    查詢﹕2314 1633


    香港社區發展網絡
    辦公時間:星期一至六上午11:00至晚上8:00
    (星期日及公眾假期休息)
    地址﹕油麻地鴉打街33號雅達商業大廈2/F C室
    查詢﹕龍緯汶先生(香港社區發展網絡總幹事)
    電話﹕2771 4787


    油麻地地鐵站C出口不出閘交收
    可致電香港社區發展網絡總幹事龍緯汶先生預約。

    如需要,可由香港社區發展網絡發出捐贈證明或感謝卡。

  • lwmlung 2011-10-1 20:10:37
    6#

    龍緯汶與大學生講解少數族裔的情況

    龍緯汶與大學生講解少數族裔的情況


    2011年9月30日上午10時至11時30分,香港社區發展網絡總幹事龍緯汶獲邀到香港理工大學擔任特約講師,向來自亞洲各地的同學講解少數族裔在香港生活面對的困難。


    這些同學都在就讀「認識香港社群」課程,負責教授該課程的陳鳳儀博士希望透過多角度的接觸,讓同學們了解香港不同的社群。其中部份同學曾經到維多利亞公園,與印尼外地傭工接觸,了解她們的生活。


    歡迎登入<香港社區發展網絡視像頻道>,重溫龍緯汶與大學生講解少數族裔的情況:


    香港理工大學「認識香港社群」課程:龍緯汶講解少數族裔

  • lwmlung 2011-10-20 23:40:26
    7#

    Knowing Hong Kong Society

    Knowing Hong Kong Society
    How ethnic minorities try their best to overcome problems and difficulties

    http://blog.yahoo.com/_PM7MVLU3G ... rticles/97598/index

    (Internet version)

    Presenter:
    James Lung Wai Man
    Chairman, Southern Democratic Alliance

    Limbu Saran Kumar
    Commissioner of Nepalese Affairs, Southern Democratic Alliance

    Date: 20 October 2011
    Place: Hong Kong Polytechnics University

    Preface
      
    Southern Democratic Alliance (SDA) is a non-governmental organization formed in 2004. It has 600 members from Chinese, Nepalese, Indian, Pakistani and other ethnics.
      
    SDA aims at improving the ethnic situations in Hong Kong, including their relationship with different ethnics; living, working, educational, recreational and social environments.
      
    James Lung Wai Man
    Chairman,
    Southern Democratic Alliance
      
    We empower the ethnic minorities to try their best to overcome problems and difficulties. We work with them and according to their ideas. We hope that people from all ethnics can live happily in Hong Kong.
      
    Limbu Saran Kumar
    Commissioner to Nepalese Affairs,
    Southern Democratic Alliance

    Radio programs for ethnic minorities
      
    In Hong Kong, a radio with FM channel costs about HKD $20-$50. Most of the mobile phones in the city can listen to radio with FM channel. Ethnic minorities want to listen to radio programs with their own languages, to understand more about the society.      
      
    Before 2004, there is no radio program for ethnic minorities in radio in Hong Kong. The Southern Democratic Alliance (SDA) asks the government provides programs for them in RTHK. Meanwhile, SDA provides programs for ethnic minorities in web radio stations, including www.uonlive.com and www.onairpower.com. They become the first web radio programs for ethnic minorities in the city. SDA also sends the contents of the programs to the government, for their reference.
      
    In 2006, the RTHK produces radio programs regularly in Nepali, Urdu (Pakastani) and Indonesian languages. The followings are the links to the programs:
      
    http://www.had.gov.hk/rru/englis ... rammes_rad_nep.html (Nepali)
    http://www.had.gov.hk/rru/englis ... rammes_rad_pak.html (Urdu)
    http://www.had.gov.hk/rru/englis ... rammes_rad_ind.html (Indonesian)
      
    Some of the links of web radio programs produced by SDA:
    http://youtu.be/jkmMMXNzAKw
    http://youtu.be/CVhsGkDPh7M
      
    Ethnic Minorities Issues in District Councils
      
    Before 2004, there is no workgroup in 18 District Councils special for ethnic minorities. Their needs and opinions are often ignored. After the formation of the Southern Democratic Alliance (SDA), SDA asks 18 District Councils to form workgroups special for ethnic minorities. It is a hard job because we need to lobby more around 500 district councilors.
      
    Up to now, workgroups special for ethnic minorities are successful setting up in 4 District Councils, including Sham Shui Po and Yau Tsim Mong.
      
    James Lung Wai Man is a member in the workgroup special for ethnic minorities in Sham Shui Po District Council. The workgroup has organized many programs in the district, to let people in the district understand more about ethnic minorities and make friends with them.
      
    By communicating with ethnic minorities services providers regularly, district councilors understand more about needs and opinions of ethnic minorities.
      
    The followings are some programs organized by the workgroup for ethnic minorities in Sham Shui Po District Council:
      
    Sham Shui Po Cultural Festivals:
    http://youtu.be/z9EDmyD-3hI
      
    Sham Shui Po Table Manner Class:
    http://youtu.be/7G4FkR1X1Bw

    Promoting ethnic minorities in the mass media
      
    Before the formation of the Southern Democratic Alliance, not many people in Hong Kong understand about the different Asian people living in the city. When they meet Nepalese in the streets, they think that they are Chinese from other provinces. They think that Indian and Pakistani people are the same.
      
    The Southern Democratic Alliance encourages them to show up themselves, introducing their ethnics, music, customs and languages to the public. More important than that, they tell the public about their lives in Hong Kong: the difficulties they are facing and what kinds of future they are treasuring for.
      
    The local Chinese people understand more about the ethnic minorities when they are appearing in the newspapers, magazines, TV and radio programs. More and more Chinese people are willing to make friend with them, listen to their stories and offer helps.
      
    Nowadays, more Hong Kong people are interesting in cultures of ethnic minorities, including Indian dance and Nepalese food. Some of them are planning to have visit to countries including India and Nepal.      
      
    The followings are some of the programs conducted by media agencies in Hong Kong, with the help of the Southern Democratic Alliance:
      
    Ethnic minorities in Jordan, produced by TVB (In Cantonese)
    http://youtu.be/bN-S929jydk
      
    Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong, produced by RTHK (In Cantonese)
    http://youtu.be/PGE5kCkGz04

  • lwmlung 2011-10-21 00:02:03
    8#

    HK Police recruit <Police Community Connection Assistant>

    HK Police recruit <Police Community Connection Assistant>
    Date: 18 October 2011
    http://blog.yahoo.com/_PM7MVLU3G ... es/97788/index?bb=0
      
    Dear all,

    After long discussion between HK Police and Southern Democratic Alliance and other non-governmental organizations in Hong Kong, up to the end of October 2011, HK Police is recruiting <Police Community Connection Assistant>.

    The applicant should be language user of one of the following languages:
    Punjabi, Urdu, Nepali or Thai

    The duty of the Police Community Connection Assistant should be the interpreter of the HK Police. The applicant should be at least Form 5 standard. No Chinese examination is needed. Good English or Chinese communication is needed.

    Full time assistant will receive HKD $9361 per month. Part time assistant will receive HKD $55 per hour.

    Please download the appication in the following link:
    http://www.csb.gov.hk/tc_chi/recruit/application/files/GF340.pdf

    Please call Mr. Limbu Saran Kumar, the Commissioner of Nepalese Affairs of Southern Democratic Alliance at: 51381394 for more information.

    Yours truly,

    James Lung Wai Man
    Chairman, Southern Democratic Alliance
    Rm C, 2/F, Arthur Commercial Building, No.33 Arthur Street, Yaumatei.
    Email: lwmlung@yahoo.com.hk

  • lwmlung 2011-10-21 00:59:59
    9#

    Jobs for Indonesians

    Jobs for Indonesians
    http://www.hkcdn.org.hk/Activity.htm

    The following Job advertisements are found in the website of Hong Kong Community Development Network, which is a charitable body. There is no relationship between Hong Kong Community Development Network and the job provider.

    Indonesian Recruitment Officer
    Major responsibility – Invite contract-finished maids for job registration
    Arrange telephone interviews
    Input data onto company website
    Handle inquiry calls and provide sales support
    Handle other ad hoc project as assigned
    Requirement:
    Fluent in Indonesian is a MUST, good in Cantonese or English
    Outgoing with good communication skills
    Basic computer knowledge & good telephone manner

    Indonesian Translator
    Requirement:
    Translate Indonesian <> English or Chinese.
    Available on English/ Cantonese speaking and listening
    Fluent on Indonesian

    Interested parties, please send your resume with current and expected salary to hr@sunlight.hk
    Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only.
    Contact person: Mr. Yuen TEL. 39960276

  • lwmlung 2011-10-21 14:32:23
    10#

    Language issues plague outstanding minority students

    Language issues plague outstanding minority students
    Updated: 2011-10-21 08:02
    By Andrea Deng (HK Edition)

    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/hke ... ontent_13944961.htm

    Hong Kong's aspirations to become recognized as a focal point for top quality education may be impeded by the absence of effective measures regarding gifted students of ethnic minorities.

    In 2010, the number of ethnic students enrolled in university degree programs in Hong Kong was zero, despite the fact that there were many bright and even gifted students from ethnic minorities.

    The major issue is that many of these high-calibre students are unable to gain sufficient mastery over the Chinese language. Thus, they are unable to advance scholastically.

    Arjun Singh, the 12-year-old Indian prodigy, with an IQ of 129, who scored almost straight A's in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education, would not have been out of school for more than two years, if the Education Bureau (EDB) had referred him to one of the city's English schools that offer gifted programs.

    "All I needed from the EDB was just the information on what kind of gifted schools are out there, and a recommendation letter from the EDB. I can take the assessment tests myself. The EDB could be more flexible," said Singh.

    Fermi Wong Wai-fun, executive director of Hong Kong Unison, who has been assisting Singh, said she was once told by an EDB officer that Singh's case "is a very new case for the bureau - because Arjun is a member of an ethnic minority."

    "We don't have the experience to handle the case," Wong quoted the officer.

    The Indian boy is indeed a special case. Although there have been criticisms of the facilities for gifted students, local students can more or less obtain "enrichment classes" to pursue deeper levels of math or science, either at their own school or the courses provided by the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education. But nearly all are taught in Chinese.

    James Lung Wai-man, an activist for minority children, said that there is no gifted program or facilities in the city's 20-odd ethnic minority schools. Meanwhile, only very few minority children attend local schools that supply enrichment classes.

    At the crux of the issue, Lung noted, is the EDB's pedagogical fallacy that "if they (minority children) do not learn Chinese, they are seriously in trouble", because most universities require students to have Chinese capability through the Joint University Programmes Admissions System.

    Most minority children fail to learn Chinese well. Their overall scholastic performance is overshadowed by bad grades in Chinese, no matter how well they do in other subjects.

    Lung gave an example of a 9-year-old Nepalese boy who loves to write English essays. The boy used to send some of his writing to Chief Executive Donald Tsang and Chief Secretary for Administration Stephen Lam, when Lam was secretary for constitutional and mainland affairs.

    But when the boy's father asked the class teacher to help advance the boy in his pursuits, the father was told that the boy should improve his Chinese because he'd been doing poorly in that subject.

    "It's ridiculous that a child who is good at English writing is required to be good at Chinese," Lung said.

    In Singh's case, he exhibits outstanding caliber in math and has a strong affection for physics, and it does not make much sense to require the boy to be capable of reading Chinese, not to mention that he is fully capable of handling English.

    The result of that fallacy is that many minority children being buried by the inability to reading Chinese, Lung said.

    "Ironically, there are Indian students who don't speak Chinese as well, but can be enrolled in Hong Kong's universities," Lung said.

    andrea@chinadailyhk.com

    China Daily

  • lwmlung 2011-10-21 23:27:48
    11#

    Jobs vacancies for Nepalese

    Jobs vacancies for Nepalese
    http://www.hkcdn.org.hk/Activity.htm

    The following jobs advertisements are found in the website of Hong Kong Community Development Network, which is a charitable body. There is no relationship between Hong Kong Community Development Network and the jobs providers.

    Please contact Steven Ho on 53779785 and Mr. To on 97057880 of I-Tikaway Concepts Limited.

    Full-Time motor cycle driver
    Vacancy: 2
    Working hour: 10-11 hours a day, 6 days per week
    Salary: HKD10,000 or above (Depends on experience)

    Part-Time motor cycle driver
    Vacancy: 3-4
    Working hour: 4-5 a day, 5-6 days per week
    HKD35-40 per hour (Depends on experience)

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