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Special schools stage variety show

A variety show involving 62 special schools across the city was held today to showcase students’ diverse talent and celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s establishment.   The Education Bureau explained that the aim of the large-scale joint school event, titled “Variety Show of Special School Students - Let Your Love Shine 2022”, is to enhance the public’s understanding of special education in Hong Kong.   About 100 students joined the performances that included a dragon dance, fitness exercises, martial arts, a wheelchair dance and a piano trio. In addition, the music video of the theme song, Let Love Shine 2022, sung by students from the 62 schools, was played.   To enable those with hearing and visual impairments to enjoy the festivities, the show was webcast live and barrier-free with sign language interpretation and audio descriptions.   Addressing the ceremony, Secretary for Education Choi Yuk-lin said the Government supports schoo

Sport For All Day on Aug 7

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department (LCSD) will hold Sport For All Day 2022 on August 7, during which a series of free recreation and sports programmes will be offered and various leisure facilities will be open to the public for free.   The focal sport of this year's event is electronic virtual sports, a combination of sports and electronic technology.   Recreational activities, health talks, sports demonstrations and fitness corners, sports activities for parents, children and adolescents as well as fun games for the elderly and people with disabilities will be held from 2pm to 6pm on the event day at designated sports centres in 18 districts.   Activity coupons will be distributed from 8.30am on July 25 at the department's district leisure services offices and designated venues.   The facilities that will be open for free include indoor and outdoor leisure facilities, public swimming pools and craft hiring at water sports centres.   Bookings can be made online and at Leisure Link booking counters, except self-service kiosks, from 7am on August 1 on a first come, first served basis.   Each person can only book one free session. No prior booking is required for public swimming pools.   Additionally, sports demonstrations will be featured in a live webcast via the event website and the LCSD Plusss Facebook page from 2pm on the same day.

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Railway settlement exceeds limit

The construction works of a relocation project in Kowloon have been suspended after a settlement monitoring checkpoint exceeded the limit, the Government said today.   The project relocates supporting operational facilities of Tsim Sha Tsui Fire Station Complex, Fire Services Club and other fire services accommodations to To Wah Road in Kowloon.   The Government explained that the readings recorded in a settlement monitoring checkpoint installed inside the railway tunnel between Kowloon Station and Olympic Station of the MTR Tung Chung Line had reached 20.27mm on September 7. The preset trigger level for works suspension is 20mm.   For the sake of prudence, the Mass Transit Railway Corporation suspended relevant works within the railway protection area on the same day.   The Buildings Department and the Architectural Services Department deployed staff to inspect the affected railway tunnel and confirmed that it is structurally safe.   The Electrical & Mechanical Services