Racial Harmony: Enhancing Communication and Engagement with Non-Chinese Speaking Students and Parents
10:00 - 11:00
Online - Microsoft Teams
Medium of Instruction :
Cantonese with English Materials
TT04 - Student Support and Pastoral Care
Mode of Study :
MS14 - ONLINE MODE
About the Event :
In recent years, there has been a noticeable increase in the presence of Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students on campuses. These students come from diverse backgrounds, including local-born individuals and those who have been resettled in the city. They belong to different ethnicities, such as South Asians, Filipinos, Indonesians and others. Due to the diverse cultural and family backgrounds of NCS students and their parents, they often encounter a range of hurdles within the community.
This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of the culture, religions, career trends and challenges among NCS students in Hong Kong. Through this webinar, participants will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of NCS students and explore supportive measures on how to bridge communication gaps and promote meaningful engagement.
Ms JANDY Sumanjit and Mr ALI Barkat
Ms JANDY Sumanjit and Mr ALI Barkat are the Public Officers who currently serve in the Race and Relations Unit (RRU) of the Home Affairs Department. They are dedicated professionals with a wealth of experience in effectively engaging with individuals from various ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. Through their work in the RRU, they actively contribute to promoting racial harmony, social cohesion and the building of inclusive communities. Their commitment and skills help various ethnicities in addressing challenges and promoting positive relations in multicultural settings.
This webinar aims to raise the cultural awareness and understanding of Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) students and their parents in Hong Kong. Also, it offers practical insights to foster racial harmony and effective communication.
Target Audience :
VTC Teaching and Instructing Staff
Miss CHAN Hing Yui, Nichole
Ms LIN Wing Lam, Charlie
Acting Project Officer