Welcome to SHINE Centre Site!

Introduction

Since August 2009, Christian Action SHINE Centre (located in Tuen Mun and Jordan) has provided support services for ethnic minorities and local organizations for archieving social integration and racial hamony.


Our Aims

- Empower ethnic minorities to better integrate and contribute to the wider community
- Promote a more racially harmonious and inclusive society
- Like the sun, we SHINE on  Services for Harmonious Intergration & Neighbourhood EMpowerment


Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation.

With a view to combating the COVID-19 epidemic, the Government will impose stringent measures

and prohibit any group gathering of more than four persons in any public place.  Stay at home,

avoid crowded places and maintain social distancing.


Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Government extends social distancing measures


In view of the latest public health risk assessment, in particular the higher risks brought about by activities conducted without wearing masks as well as various social activities as shown in recent cases, at present, it is necessary to extend social distancing measures implemented under Cap. 599F, Cap. 599G and Cap. 599I, including requiring the cessation of dine-in services at catering businesses during specific periods, continuing to require closure of scheduled premises, as well as requiring any person to wear mask at all times when entering or being present in any public place.


The Government strongly urges the public to stay at home as much as possible, go out less often unless necessary, and avoid dining out and unnecessary social activities (including private gatherings), to fight the epidemic together without letting down one's guard, in order to reduce community transmission so as to cut the community transmission chain.  Maintaining good personal and environmental hygiene at all times is key to the prevention of infection and the spread of the disease in the community, as well as to the alleviation of the enormous burden currently put on the healthcare system.


For more details, please refer to the press release and the Annex:

https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202008/03/P2020080300770.htm


ANNEX


Please visit our Facebook and Thematic Website (
https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/index.html) regularly for further information and updates.

We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.


Department of Health(See attached file: 附件.pdf)(See attached file: Annex.pdf)



Anti-epidemic fund announced by chief executive 8 languages

HAD Video【Prevent Diseases · Maintain Good Hygiene】: Urdu / Hindi / Nepali

Please visit to the following link for update information for pneumonia

https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/index.html

CE visits ethnic minorities

Chief Executive Carrie Lam visited several ethnic minority grassroots families in Yau Tsim Mong district on 1 March 2020. She gave them face masks, daily necessities and leaflets with health information prepared in the languages they are familiar with. The Chief Executive appealed to the whole community, regardless of their background and race to fight the disease together.

Press release

 https://www.had.gov.hk/rru/video/e20200301_CE_vist_hindi_1080_10Mb.mp4
 https://www.had.gov.hk/rru/video/e20200301_CE_vist_Nep_1080_10Mb.mp4
 https://www.had.gov.hk/rru/video/e20200301_CE_vist_Urdu_1080_10Mb.mp4 

Avoid gathering 

Guidelines on Prevention for the General Public

Health Advice for Properties Management

Health information– Pneumonia

The Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health has updated their thematic webpage.  Visitors can one-stop access the posters and information in different EM languages under the below links -

(Bahasa Indonesia) https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/features/102790.html
(Hindi) https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/features/102743.html
(Nepali) https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/features/102786.html
(Tagalog) https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/features/102791.html
(Thai) https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/features/102788.html
(Urdu) https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/features/102787.html

Reduce social contact to protect yourself and others

Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent

Please find the link to the videos below for health information with languages:
(Urdu)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mmac7adStXw

(Nepali)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaSq3pc8H4g

(Hindi)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8SZCWegPzM

Communicable Diseases – Pneumonia Indonesian version

Communicable Diseases – Pneumonia Thai version

Communicable Diseases – Pneumonia Hindi version

Communicable Diseases – Pneumonia Tagalog version

Communicable Diseases – Pneumonia Nepali version

Communicable Diseases – Pneumonia Urdu version

Health Advice on Prevention of Pneumonia and Respiratory Tract Infection

Prevent pneumonia and respiratory tract infection (simplified version)

Preventive measures (infographic)

Put the toilet lid down before flushing

Add water to u traps

factsheet wuhan 13/02/2020

Prevent pneumonia and respiratory tract infection (Simplified version by Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health), updated on Feb 5, 2020

中文:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/factsheetchi_wuhan.pdf

English:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/factsheeteng_wuhan.pdf

Urdu 烏爾都語:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/prevent_pneumonia_urdu.pdf

Nepali 尼泊爾文:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/prevent_pneumonia_nepali.pdf

Thai 泰文:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/prevent_pneumonia_thai.pdf

Hindi 印度文:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/prevent_pneumonia_hindi.pdf

Bahasa Indonesia 印尼文:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/prevent_pneumonia_indonesian.pdf

Tagalog 菲律賓文:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/prevent_pneumonia_tagalog.pdf


Guidelines for Good Handwashing and Use Mask Properly (multi-languages) 


(Urdu 巴基斯坦文版)
https://www.chp.gov.hk/tc/wapdf/34132.html
ہاتھوں کو اچھی طرح دھونے سے متعلق راہ عمل

(Bahasa Indonesia 印尼文版)
https://www.chp.gov.hk/tc/wapdf/34122.html?page=1
Petunjuk Mencuci Tangan yang Baik

(Nepali 尼泊爾文版)
https://www.chp.gov.hk/tc/wapdf/34126.html?page=1
हात राम्रो गरेर धुने बारेको निर्देशिका

(Indian 印度文版)
https://www.chp.gov.hk/tc/wapdf/34113.html?page=1
सही तरीके से हाथ धोने संबंधी दिशानिर्देश

(Thai 泰文版)
https://www.chp.gov.hk/tc/wapdf/34138.html
ข้อแนะนำในการล้างมืออย่างถูกต้อง

(Tagalog 菲律賓文版)
https://www.chp.gov.hk/tc/wapdf/34134.html
Mga Patnubay sa Mabuting Paghuhugas ng Kamay


Civil Service Job Opportunities to Non-ethnic Chinese 

Cultural Highlights (indonesia)
Geographical Information

Total area is 1,919,317 sq km. Indonesia is an archipelagic country lying between the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean, comprising with 17, 508 islands, only 6,000 of which are inhabited. It comprises 5 main islands: Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Sulawesi and New Guinea.

Population of Indonesia: 237,641,326 (2012). Ethnicity: Javanese, Sundanese, Madurese, Minangkabau, Betawi, Bugis, Banten, Banjar and others

National Flag

 

Languages

Bahasa Indonesia, English, Dutch, local dialects

Cuisines

Indonesian cuisine is famous of its diversity as the indigenous techniques and ingredients were affected by India, Middle East, China, and Europe. The native spices like cloves and nutmeg (as Indonesian is also called as “the Spice islands) also play a significant role to contribute to its unique taste. Some popular dishes like satay, sambal are popular in neighborhood countries like Singapore and Malaysia. Javanese, Minangkabau, Sundanese and Chinese Indonesian cuisine are four main and famous cuisine types among thousands of islands.

Clothes

The Batik is a large piece of cloth used to wrap around the hips with multiple folds in front called wiron. Both men and women can wear. For the Kebaya is the national costume of Indonesia women. It is a traditional blouse-dress combination.  Indonesian will wear their traditional dresses in special occasions like wedding.

Festivals


Indonesia has numerous festivals to demonstrate her colorful and rich culture, the festivals and events are held throughout the year and attended by a large number of people. They celebrate New Years Day on 1st January and attend the Lomban festival, which is an ancient festival celebrated by most fisherman to give thanks to the sea of whatever they have caught during the year.

For other famous festivals, there are Kasada in March, Nyepi and Bali Arts festival in April, Independence Day in August. For Muslim in Indonesian, they will also celebrate Eid-ul Fitr and Eid-ul Adha.

Religion

90% of the population claiming to be Muslim, which is considered to be the largest Muslim country in the world. Other religions: Protestant, Catholic, Hinduism, Buddhism and others.

Greeting

Hello / Assalam Alaikum (Indonesian Muslim)