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20240305 News Sharing by Ms Yung 2024-03-05 

News Sharing-Municipal Solid Waste Charging

by Ms. Yung


Good morning Principal, teachers and fellow classmates.  This is Ms. Yung here.  Today, I am delighted to have an opportunity to speak to you about the upcoming municipal solid waste charging scheme (MSW).

 

To be in line with the ‘polluter-pays’ principle, the government has introduced the Scheme to deal with all wastes deposed of by residential and non-residential premises.  MSW charging covers the following waste: domestic, commercial and industrial waste.

 

There is an urgent need to put the aforementioned scheme in place because our three existing landfills are expected to be filled up in the coming years.  Moreover, MSW charging is an effective policy tool to drive enterprises and the public to practise waste reduction and recycling. 

 

The goal of the Scheme is to move away from reliance on landfills in the long run and achieve ‘Zero Landfill’ by developing adequate waste-to-energy facilities in around 2035. 

 

According to the Scheme, there are two charging modes.  The first mode is charging by designated bags and designated labels.  That means we have to pack all the rubbish with bags provided or bags stuck with labels provided.  The second mode is charging by weight through ‘gate-free’.

 

The government has announced the latest schedule about how to put the Scheme into practice.  As a responsible citizen, it is our duty to learn more about the details of the Scheme and get used to the habit of recycling and waste reduction. 

 

If you would like to know more about the details of the Scheme, it is suggested that you google ‘MSW’ and get more updates about the Scheme.

 

This is the end of my sharing.  Thank you.


 

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20240201 News Sharing by Miss YY Choi 2024-02-01 

News sharing by Miss YY Choi 1 February 2024

Online Safety

Good morning, welcome to SFCC News. Yesterday, Chief Inspector Alvin Wong and eight other policemen visited our school to give a talk on cybercrimes to F.4 and F.5 students. The talk covered on various online crimes including money laundering, phishing and various online scams like online account hijacking or naked chat blackmail. Teenagers are also warned not to sell their bank accounts to any strangers for money. People are arrested for money laundering after the criminals use their accounts to receive money cheated online. Offenders can be sent to jail for ten years.

Chief Inspector Wong reminded students not to be too trusting and introduce an app launched by the Hong Kong Police Force. Students who find any suspicious websites or apps can use the application ‘scameter+’ designed by the policemen for Hong Kong citizens to check if the websites or apps are reliable or not.





 

The Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD), Ms Ada CHUNG Lai-ling, urged everyone to stay vigilant about the Worldcoin project. Worldcoin project asked its users to scan their iris to construct their global bio-identity, giving them a World ID or a human passport for the Internet. The PCPD urged everyone to stop scanning their iris for the Worldcoin since PCPD believes the collection and processing of sensitive personal data by the relevant organisation may be in contravention of the requirements of the Personal Data Ordinance.

Before providing any biometric data, one should consider the following issues in relation to the relevant organisation:


1.      The legitimacy for collecting biometric data;

2.      The extent and purpose of collection of the biometric data;

3.      The intended use of those data and the classes of persons or organisations to whom the data will be disclosed or transferred;

4.      The retention period of the biometric data; and

5.      The safety precautions taken for the protection of the biometric data.


Meanwhile, China’s Ministry of Public Security declared a success in arresting the Chinese Mafia in Myanmar. Officers from both the Chinese Public Security and Burmese coordinated the crackdown. About 44,000 people who are suspects working at the scam centres were handed over to China. Among those were the three godfathers who were notorious for trapping people and forced them to run telephone and online scams worldwide.

Ms YY Choi, SFCC News

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20231128 Book Sharing by Ms. Sek 2023-11-28 

Book Sharing 28/11/2023


 Good morning principal, teachers and fellow students,

 

Today I would like to ask you a question. What were you doing when you were nine years old? I guess most of you had to go to school. Still, you could have free time to play with your friends. You always have enough food to eat.

 

However, the nine-year-old orphan Oliver Twist had a different life. He grew up in an orphanage. He had never been to school nor had enough food to eat every day.

 

One day the boys there came up with a plan. Oliver was the unlucky one chosen to ask for more food. He was punished, locked up and beaten, waiting for more hardship in front of him.

 

What happens to Oliver then? Will he live or die?

 

This novel is called Oliver Twist. It was written by Charles Dickens in 1838. You can know more about the livelihood of the poor in London in the 19th century, as well as the dark and bright side of humanity.

 

The simplified version of the book is available in our school library. Start reading today!


 

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