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  • Making the First Decision for an International Kindergarten for Your Child in Hong Kong?

    Many first-time parents may be perplexed and unsure about how to choose the right preschool for their child. Making the first choice for your child’s education may not be easy, especially with almost 1,000 kindergartens in Hong Kong. Other than the programme and philosophy, cost and location, there are still various points you can consider:

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  • Top Tips for Early Childhood Interview Season

    It is kindergarten interview season in Hong Kong. Many kindergartens across the region commence the process, which is in accordance with the Education Bureau guidelines. Here’s some advice and tips for parents:

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  • Next stop: University!

    As the university offers roll in, it’s time to make final choices, so you may be feeling a little stressed! It’s time to make that big decision, and if you’ve been given more than one university offer (well done!) it can be hard to know what to do next. There’s no simple answer or formula, but, before you begin accepting or rejecting offers, read through our tips which help make the process easier and aids you when making your final decisions.

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  • Deciding Between the IB Diploma or A Levels

    Despite the learning journey and child development holding an overweighing importance over the aim of tertiary education, a University is often the goal held in the distance. But, several strategic steps need to be taken in order to reach the right place, offering the right course.

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  • Tackling Cyber Bullying Head On

    The rise of social media over the last decade has resulted in our ability to send messages, photos, and videos across the globe with a click of a button. Despite the many perks of the instantaneous nature of our social networks, there is a downside.

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  • Celebrating Chinese New Year Around the World

    Many people all around the world enjoy the holiday season. Christmas and New Years is a time to be with family, relax and to reflect on the past year. Whilst the festivities in the western world are slowing down, now that it is January, many Chinese-speaking countries are about to begin their biggest celebration of the year.

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