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Expat Report Review of Hong Kong Academy in Sai Kung, Hong Kong was published
Review-of-Hong Kong Academy
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Facilities look beautiful and well designed. This is a brand new campus. Extra curricular activities are plentiful. Some are outsourced so parents will have to pay a fee. Some are conducted by staff and may not have a fee. Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball have a fee and are part of a larger league. However not all all the staff within the athletic department are experts in all the sports so some of the coaching is lacking. Also, there is a lack of mindfulness when it comes to scheduling practice so many times teams lack proper training simply because the admin does not prioritize properly. Playing sports here can be very disheartening for the students. (Continue)
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MandyPhiller posted Park Island in HK on the Hong Kong forum:
Has anyone here lived in Park Island before? From the information I have seen and heard it sounds very nice but I want to hear ideally from anyone actually living there please.
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A Reggio Inspired Pre-School-Open House and Music Session At EtonHouse International Pre-school, we respect children as competent and confident learners. This ‘image of child’ informs our practice and the design of our research based curriculum that responds to the children and their interests. Our environments are respectful of children and are beautifully designed and thoughtfully considered to enhance meaningful interaction and goal directed motivation amongst learners. The learning experiences are individualized to cater to each child’s developmental milestones in a truly bilingual learning environment. Learn about our renowned and respected Inquire Think Learn curriculum inspired by the Reggio Emilia Educational approach, meet our teaching staff, join in our parent toddler music session and experience our purposefully designed learning environment situated in a picturesque setting. Date: 27th September Time: 10 AM – 12 PM Address: 102, 1st Floor, Redhill Plaza, No. 3 Red Hill Road, Tai Tam, Hong Kong RSVP at enquiry@etonhouse.com.hk  or call 2353 5223 to register your interest
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prince0550 replied to the thread how to delete post? on the Hong Kong forum:
Moriemusic initially posted:
Does anyone know how to delete a post?
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danielmiller9229 posted Visa problem (about office space) on the Hong Kong forum:
Im dan and im from the states, recently thinking of coming to hong kong to start my own business (first place in asia). I have applied to the immigration department and they require me to have an address for my business in the future, and i think thats just stupid. How am I suppose to commit and sign a contract and pay for a year contract (the prices im looking at is in hong kong island and per month it is $13500. Even if I do rent this place, but it isnt a guarentee that I will get my visa for sure.. so is there any alternative I can choose from other than commit to a year contract. Thanks Dan
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I'm hoping someone can advise me on how i can marry a Filipino national living in Hong Kong who is married but separated from her abusive ex 4 yrs ago. She thought that she needs to pay a lawyer for an annulment but now she had a friend tell her that if we marry in Hong Kong then it doesn't matter. I want to get her in the UK with me so she can still work. Her HK work visa runs out in Aug15 so have some time but need to know where we stand. So my question is this, can i marry her legally in HK without the annulment and her still be able to apply for UK visa as my partner?
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adminee posted Survey about Healthcare in Hong Kong on the Hong Kong forum:
We've put together a brief survey about expat healthcare. The goal is to collect information from you about the quality and availability of medical services, health insurance, prescription medicines and emergency care in your region of Hong Kong. We'll be soon publishing the responses to help others who are following in your footsteps. Please take several minutes to answer the survey. The more detailed you can be in your responses, the better. Thank you, in advance, for sharing and helping others moving to your area! http://www.expatexchange.com/eetr/addtiptopic/7
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