聯合國《殘疾人權利公約》:

 

       「於教育方面,殘疾人士不會因殘疾而被拒於普通教育系統之外。

        另外,殘疾人士教育,應宣傳聾人的語言特性及其他殘疾人士

        的溝通方法。」

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香港聾人協進會主辦(由本地持牌旅行社「海港旅遊」領團)

本土特色景點特惠一日遊(連粵菜宴及海鮮宴)

 

日期  :2010年9月20日
時間  :上午9時正
集合地點:即將落實
特惠費用:HKD150全包(大小同價)

 

行程包括:

山頂廣場    :音樂噴泉、自費觀景望遠鏡、凌霄閣、娛樂購物點

淺水灣鎮海樓公園:中國古典色彩、天後像、觀音像、長壽橋等

赤柱廣場    :歐陸風情、赤柱大街、前駐港英軍辦公大樓及前日軍指揮總部--法定古蹟「美利樓」

金紫荊廣場   :香港會議展覽中心新翼、紫荊花鍍金雕像

 

豐富宴席:

午餐:上環  逸豪酒家 粵菜宴(菜色豐富,歡迎查詢菜單)
晚餐:鯉魚門 快樂漁港 海鮮宴(菜色豐富,歡迎查詢菜單)

 

名額有限,請從速報名。

 

查詢:

 

電話:2327 2497 (鄧姑娘);或
瀏覽:http://www.hongkongdeaf.org.hk/contact.php

 


 

Hong Kong Association of the Deaf is organizing a tour in Hong Kong for all kinds of our amicables! (conducted by Hong Kong Travel Ltd.)and we would love to invite you joining in this substantial event.

 

Wanna have a glimpse of the cultures with-in just ONE day after the Deaf Film Festival? Think about this favorable and premium chance, and here are the details:

 

Date: Sept., 20th, 2010 (MON)
Call Time: 09:00
Assemble Point: To be confirmed
Fee: HKD 150 (for the whole tour without additional charges)

 

Schedule:

 

1. THE PEAK HONG KONG

Perching on The Peak at 396 metres above sea level, The Peak Tower is one of the most stylish architectural icons in Hong Kong. With an avant-garde design representing the epitome of modern architecture, the spectacular tower has been featured in millions of photographs and postcards across the world.

(For more: http://www.thepeak.com.hk/en/1_2_1.asp)

 

2. REPULSE BAY PARK

The former Repulse Bay Hotel was demolished in 2 stages during the 1970s and 1980s. Later a boutique shopping mall was constructed on part of the old hotel site to mimic some of the lost colonial architecture.

On the eastern end of the beach is Kwun Yam Shrine, with prominent statues of goddesses Kwun Yum and Tin Hau. Also overlooking Repulse Bay, although from higher up, is the famous "building with a hole".

(For more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repulse_Bay)

 

3. STANLEY MARKET & MURRAY HOUSE

The distinguishing, traditional and open-air market in Hong Kong, and has since become a major tourist attraction, well known for its bargains. Many of the stalls or shops in Stanley Market sell Hong Kong souvenirs as well as clothing - particularly silk garments and traditional Chinese dress - toys, ornaments, luggage, souvenirs, paintings, and Chinese arts and crafts. The market grew out of Chek Chu Tsuen, a village nearby.

Among the more interesting restaurant sites on the waterfront is Murray House, a 160-year-old restored three-storey colonial building that was dismantled in 1982 from its original site in Central and then rebuilt in Stanley. It was restored in 1998 and now houses the Hong Kong Maritime Museum as well as restaurants.

(For more: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/attractions/hk-stanley-market.html)

 

4. GOLDEN BAUHINIA SQUARE

The Expo Promenade (also known as Golden Bauhinia Square) outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on the Wan Chai waterfront marks the most significant occasion in Hong Kong's history - the return of the former British colony to the People's Republic of China, and the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).

The handover took place in the convention centre with President Jiang Zemin and other dignitaries representing China, and Prince Charles present to witness the relinquishment of what had often been described as "the richest jewel in the British Crown".

(For more: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/attractions/hk-golden-bauhinia-flag-raising.html)

 

5. THE BANQUETS with high quality

NOON - Cantonese Crusine in Yat Ho Restaurant, Sheung Wan
EVENING - Freshly Done Seafood in Happy Seafood Restaurant, Lei Yue Mun

(For the menus or any detail, please feel free to contact us!)

 

Fill out the Online Enquiry Form right away! or

Visit http://www.hongkongdeaf.org.hk/contact.php for contact details.