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Content Page 1. Chairman’s note - p.2 2. Editor’s note - p.3 3. Event review - p.4 4. interview with dr. koh - p.6 5. Interview with dr. gao - P.9 6. academic journal - p.11 7. Poster recollection - p.14 8. yms japan study tour - p.16 9. interview with sso2013 ocs - p.20 10. Poster of corridor - p.26 11. restaurant reviews - p.27

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Chairman’s note 過去、現在、未來 時空是一條長廊,連接著過去、現在與未來。 Lauren DeStefano - "Set fire to the broken pieces; start anew." 有人會將這句話翻譯作一句陳腔濫調:「忘記過去,重新上路」 可是,我認為更貼切的詮釋應該是將過去回憶的壞碎片轉化作照 耀前路並重新上路的燃料。 沒有經歷是完全沒意義的,怎麼樣的經歷塑造怎麼樣的人。 賦予意義的過程是重要的,懂得反思才叫成長,懂得反思才能讓 你主導自己的去向。 除此之外,我再分享一個聽聞過的、有關過去、現在與未來的想 法。 "You cannot live in the last minute. You cannot live in the next minute. So FOCUS ON THIS MOMENT!" Corridor是一本一年一度讓大家能趁機會回味大學生活點滴和所思 所想,展望將來的散文集。 「在Corridor的平行時空,我們是在一起的。」 跟大家分享你的故事吧! Kelvin Yuen Chairman Surveying Society, AS, HKUSU Session 2013-2014

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Editor’s note 二零零一年的九月十一日發生了一件令全世界都震驚的恐怖襲擊, 曾經是七十年代最高的兩座紐約世貿一夜間倒塌。十二年後的今 天, 在其中一座大樓的遺址上已豎立了一座更先進、更宏偉的新大 樓。這不代表人們已把這悲劇忘記, 而是他們更懂得從災難裏吸取 教訓, 重新振作,為繼續走下去而努力。 在我們的日常生活裏, 我們亦會因遇到不少的挫敗而放棄。若能重 拾鬥志, 給自己一個新的方向、新的做法、新的開始, 別要沉浸在你 過去的傷痛中, 這樣將來的路才會越走越順暢和快樂, 因為你學會了 每一個結束都是一個新的開始。 最後,希望大家珍惜大學的短暫的時光, 多作不同的嘗試, 即使遇到 失敗, 不要氣餒, 而是選擇另一個方法再作新開始。 Desmond Siu Publication Secretary Surveying Society, AS, HKUSU Session 2013-2014

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Interview with dr. koh Tas: Dr. Koh, Kelvin: Kelvin Yuen, Des: Desmond Siu Singapore and Hong Kong are in a competition that never ends. One of our Professors came from our counterpart. Let’s interview him and see his story! Des: From the profile on the department website, you studied in Singapore and UNSW in Australia, for bachelor and master, and finally got a PHD in HKU. Can you share some experience in Singapore and Australia? Is it true that students overseas are more active and willing to try compared with Hong Kong student? Tas: Generally Sure. There are generally differences between Western culture and Eastern culture. During undergraduate in Australia, half of the class are Australian students, and the other half are Singaporeans and Malaysians, with a few Taiwanese and people form Hong Kong. Most of the time in the class only Australian students would ask questions, and sometimes interesting questions. Eastern students seldom asked questions, except me that I would sometime ask questions. This phenomenon could be explained in that way. In Eastern culture, asking questions to somebody in higher status such as professors is a challenge and is rude to the people with higher status. Very often, in presentation, even students were just listening to their classmates, they would not ask questions. However, when the presentation was over, and when I talked to them, they asked me questions. I have asked them why they asked questions after presentation but not in Q and A section in the presentation. They explained that when presenters were having presentations, they were too rude to ask questions. However, the presenters were just their peers after presentation. Is it good or bad? It is certainly bad for Australia professors as in western Cultures. Eastern people seldom asked questions in lectures, but only taking notes. We did have questions to ask, but we only asked questions after lecture. However it was rude to lecturers because it was wasting his time. If the question was asked in the lecture, it would benefit the whole class, but after lectures, only few people would learn from the questions. Des: Why did you choose HKU as your PhD and your future path? Tas: After my master study, I have applied different universities for PHD, one in Australia, one in the UK, and HKU. I have sent an email to a professor in HKU in

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one afternoon; he had a quick response and said that there was a scholarship for me. Different from other universities saying that there may be a chance for you, professors in HKU would directly say that they would have scholarship for you, and please come here. It is a very important factor for my choice. The other factor is there is a higher standard in HKU among different universities applied. Other choices are in Western countries, which are far from Hong Kong, though standard was also good. I have come to Hong Kong for many years, and I am old and not willing to move around. When we go to other country, we should start all the things again with no support. I am not like teenagers; I have no vitality to try outside. But I have tried outside before such as study and traveling. After PhD, I have an opportunity to work here in HKU, and so I stayed here. Social support is a great issue to decide whether you go to overseas or not. It makes things easier if you have relatives and friends overseas. Kelvin: How would you comment your past six working experience before you went to Australia? Do you gain anything? Tas: Singapore is a paper chase society and thus I realized that I needed to get a proper degree to survive in Singapore. Although I was promoted to project manager, it was very tiring in Singapore. In construction site, there are only 2 days for rest in every month. There were even no rest when time rush for handing over. Workers should wake up at 8 am for non-stop working until 9 or 10 pm. Workers would only feel tired in their life, and there was even no social life since they had no time for leisure. Moreover, the weather is always summer in Singapore. Des: What is your first impression about surveying students in HKU and do you have any comments and sharing to HKU students? Tas: The whole atmosphere and idea in Studio in Knowles Building is good since it would motivate people to talk. As in my assessment criteria in studio course, participation and talk are very important. In term of studio environment, students are no doubt good. For my impression, surveying students are Smart, to do work properly, to know what they are saying, to engage and to learn more. Moreover,

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their assignments are good with high quality and engagement. However, they should learn how to learn better. For example, in my lecture of Building Services, they are not that engaging, and even talk in the front and back. They don’t ask questions as well. It may be because that my mood of delivery is boring, but it seems that our students have no interest in technical stuffs like construction technology and building services that related to their future. But when the case is in law or management, they have more interest in it and score quite high. When coming to exam, it seems that they are having an exam script reproduction of my diagram in lecture. They are just copying the answers. However, questions are actually made for students to apply for knowledge. There are two forms of learning. The first and the basic way of learning is to give me back the same diagram. But what I need is the second way, which is to have more initiative to learn more and use the knowledge learned to think critically. Therefore, just a few students got high marks in my exam.

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Interview with dr. Gao

Julia: Dr. Gao, Des: Desmond Siu

Guess Who! She is the only US-stream Doctor in our Department. Apart from her engineering background, she also studied arts and English in her undergraduate period. Let’s have a deeper understanding to this well-rounded lady – Dr.Gao Ju. Des: From your profile on the web site, we know that besides Engineering, you also took a BA in English. Can you share with us why you finally chose being an engineer as your career but not working in the fields relating to Arts or English? Julia: I chose engineering because it gives me the opportunity to make an impact on real-world problems. I, as a civil engineer, feel like finding creative solutions to problems while working on regional and global projects and applying cutting edge science & technology to make a difference in the world are both challenging and rewarding. I can help build the next skyscraper or structures that stand the test of time. I can be part of the process of creating our built environment and transforming engineering and architectural design drawings from paper to reality. Meanwhile, I think arts complement engineering. The norm of the day is interdisciplinary projects – those involving collaboration among multiple disciplines across engineering, science, and art. Engineering is essentially a social art, increasing in importance as life becomes more complicated. Skills gained from a liberal arts education – such as communication and flexibility – over time become more valuable in career development. As Steve Jobs said, it is technology married with liberal arts and married with the humanities that yields us the result that makes our heart singing. Des: You had experience in working on large projects in China and also a chance to get the PhD from Stanford. Can you share any unforgettable or inspiring things from these experiences?

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Julia: As construction is hands on, early field experience is essential to building the career. When I completed my Master of Science degree at Penn State, I had the opportunity and scholarship to go on with a Ph.D. study. But I insisted in getting out of the ivory tower and working as a project engineer on the New Capital Museum in Beijing. The field exposure helped me have a full understanding of the interrelationship of engineering and construction means and methods as well as the construction processes. That learning curve is steepest when working on the construction jobsite and getting your hands dirty. Another unforgettable experience to share is being a student volunteer for the Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco while I was studying at Stanford. We helped build affordable housing for those low-income communities. During the weekends, we studied site plans and construction documents, learned how to frame a building, and received training of the proper use of construction tools, from power saws to scaffolding. Then we worked hand-in-hand with carpenters to get the side walls up, lay the roof, and fit windows and doors. It feels great to improve my hands-on skills while giving back to the community. Des: Anything to say to our members? Julia: Good luck with the Year 2014 and 馬到成功!

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Academic Journal 今期 Academic Journal 將會介紹新加坡的綠色建築並與香港作出 比較。 近年新加坡政府大力推行綠色政策,究竟綠色建築如何有利新加 坡發展?

新加坡建設局於2005年推出綠色建築標誌(Green Mark),分別在 2006年及2009 年推出第1及第2個綠色建築總藍圖,並透過提供津 貼及立法,鼓勵建造業加入綠色建築行列。

綠色建築標誌申請程序

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綠色建築標誌的優點包括減少用水量及用電量;減少建築物對環 境的影響;改善室內環境,如使用環保油漆,以營造更健康的工 作和居住環境等。 第1及第2個綠色建築總藍圖主要用於推動新建築和舊建築獲得綠 色標誌認證,而建設局計劃推出第3個綠色建築總藍圖,鼓勵使用 者,包括租戶,員工等參與綠色行列並推動節能。建設局計劃在 2030年之前達到本地80%建築成為綠色建築。 新加坡政府的政策亦獲得國際認同,美國節省能源聯盟(Alliance to Save Energy)將於今年10月頒發國際之星獎予新加坡建設局, 加許其在推廣綠色建築的努力。新加坡是近20年來第1個獲得此獎 的亞洲國家,亦得到「花園城市」的美譽。 據新加坡政府統計,取得綠色建築標誌的商業建築每年大約可節 省能源達16%。雖然綠色建築成本比普通建築高,但其帶來的成 效令建造商及投資者都樂於投入綠色行列。 其中一個綠色建築的例子是Solaris,16層高的Solaris,位於新加 坡啟匯城科學園區。這棟斥資新加坡幣1.2億建成的環保大樓, 符合新加坡綠色建築最高標準,並獲得Green Mark白金獎項。大 樓的特色是天然採光和自然通風的中庭設計,收集雨水的灌溉系 統,而這棟大樓的整體能耗比其他建築低36%。

Solaris 模型

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雖然大樓造價偏貴,但在市場上的競爭力並沒有減少。環保發展 在短期內雖然不能帶來很大的經濟效益,但在長期發展上絕對有 其成效,例如將辦公室遷入環保大樓的公司每年能節省龐大的能 源費用。因此環保發展在新加坡擁有很大的發展空間。 在香港,綠色建築發展可算是起步階段。香港建綠色建築評級制 度是香港綠色建築議會的香港建築環境評估法(BEAM)。近年香港 政府大力推行環保,而由一眾建築業界人士於2009年成立的香港 綠色建築議會亦致力推動綠色建築發展。香港綠色建築議會主席 黃天祥指出香港已有近390個項目被評為綠色建築。另外,他亦透 露有兩個新認證計劃即將推出,包括環保建築材料認證及室內裝 修認證,以鼓勵建造業投入綠色行列。 另外,建造業議會與香港綠色建築議會亦透過合辦一系列活動向 公眾推廣綠色建築發展,亦希望藉此促進業界對綠色建築的認 識,將香港打造成綠色城市。不過,相關機構的宣傳不足,不少 市民都不知道活動的推行,令其成效未見顯著。政府部門及相關 機構應加大宣傳力度,亦可以舉辦一些地區活動予公眾參與,藉 此推行環保意識;又或是資助舉辦交流活動予業界人士,促進業 界的發展。 資料來源: Hong Kong Green Building Council http://www.hkgbc.org.hk/eng/index.aspx Singapore Government Building and Construction Authority http://www.bca.gov.sg/GreenMark/green_mark_buildings.html 新加坡綠色建築節能有成,每年節能16% http://www.taiwanservices.com.tw/org2/0/news_detail/zh_TW/52662/I 新加坡綠建築 省水省電環保大樓 http://www.tvbs.com.tw/NEWS/NEWS_LIST.asp?no=jimmyliu220110511224657 綠色建築認證將推出 http://the-sun.on.cc/cnt/news/20130708/00407_062.html 其他資料: 綠色建築藍圖:綠色新加坡奠基城市規劃 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jwk_01xvfI8 綠色建築藍圖:獅城翻新建築重視節能 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psni0dcHdYI 綠色建築藍圖:環保建築產品創新商機 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9wmvGxBvXU 綠色建築藍圖:新加坡立法 新樓須環保 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqWIKIuG6fw

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YMS Study Tour to Japan by cOOLIDGE SIU

上次講完RICS 重慶visit,今次就講下係岩岩過左去的暑假搞的YMS Study Tour to Japan。 HKCA YMS全名係 Hong Kong Construction Association Young Members Society, 所以佢地的members 唔單止有讀surveying的,有d係讀engineering, 咁所以呢 次study tour 有好多來自唔同專科、唔同院校的同學一齊參加。而我地HKU surveying 就佔左成團的人數三分一, 有成10幾個人,搞到幫我地分組的Jennifer (YMS Secretary) 極頭痛,因為suppose 佢地想分開讀同一科的人, 等我地可以多d 機會識下其他科,其他院校的人。最終因為HKU Surveying實在太多人,點都打唔 散,所以每組都起碼有2個HKU Surveying 的人係到.. 最後我就分同Ally一group。 係去日本之前,就少不免會有個briefing session 介紹下行程同認識下自己組員 同組長。我同Ally係第一組,同組仲有4個男仔,分別來自Poly U 同IVE, 仲有一位 YMS Councilor 同埋YMS Chairman Derrick(之前YMS visit黎過同我地做briefing果 位)帶我地組。其實第一次見,大家都有d生外,所以都未係好熟,不過之後我地係 日本都玩得好埋… 我記得我地係坐零晨機,我仲記得Jennifer叮囑我地要帶埋對安全鞋上機,因為一 落機就會去睇site..可惜我實在太眼訓,相信Kit都係,你睇佢訓到… 所以由落機,上 旅遊巴,到行完個site我都係半昏迷狀態,唔太清楚發生過咩事,我剩係記得我好 似去左個incineration plant睇左d垃圾咁…所以話 呢,零晨機的唔好處就係咁…

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之後我地去左幾個地盤,其中一個印象幾深刻就係一個15m地底Tunnel Project。個刺激位係我地要爬一個又(narrow )又斜的temporary staircase落去, 我行緊果下其實好驚差錯腳然後推左前面果個落去(我前面好似係Ally  ),好彩 最後有驚無險咁落到地底,如果唔係咁就無左個莊友. 不過條樓梯都未係重點, 重點係我地落去睇左好似唔夠5分鐘,行左唔夠10秒就上返黎,真係不得了..好彩 上返去有lift搭,如果唔係真係喊出黎…不過我之後返到香港,同返d 朋友講我落 過Tunnel,佢地都好驚訝,因為原來係香港, tunnel project 係唔比女仔落去,可能 係關風水事…

因為呢個係YMS搞的study tour,所以日頭會跟佢地的行程周圍參觀下,夜晚就自 由活動。但日本d 店鋪其實好早關門,所以夜晚其實無咩地方好去,唯一慶幸係 酒店附近有歌舞妓丁行下,食下拉麵咁.. 我地仲去左食一蘭tim!! 但係因為最後 一日我地每一組都要做presentation, share返幾日來學到d咩,所以我地玩完就返 左去傾presentation 

由於我地晚上成班人玩得太夜,所以第二朝個個都係旅遊巴都訓到成隻豬咁… 我地首先去左一個warehouse的地盤睇下佢地的construction method, 日本的 construction sites其實係乾淨, 係香港都咁乾淨的地盤都比較少見,同埋佢地個 warehouse都幾大,所以都有用到d大型tower crane。

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睇完warehouse我地就坐船出海睇D marine projects。 主要係講下佢地點係海 中間做construction, 同埋順便sightseeing, 同埋睇主席chok住影寫真.. 成個明星 咁。 之後果日我地就周圍行下睇下日本有建築特色的buildings, 然後… 就係成個行 程最期待的地方-自由時間  我地有4個鐘自由時間, 成班HKU 一齊去左搭JR,去左涉谷行街,買手信,食章魚燒 等等… 最後一日就係成個Tour 的重點,就係present返呢幾日的得著咁..贏左果組係會 有神秘大獎~! 我果組就以Drama的形式概括左呢幾日的行程同感受, 其他組都 好博盡咁做個presentation,好似Hui Put果組就拍左條片,潘君& Maurice果組都 通霄做個presentation。結果潘君& Maurice果左組得第一, 贏左一大包零食。 重點係因為呢日係成個行程的最後一日,大家都已經pack好哂行李,我地睇住佢 地拎住袋又重又大份的零食拎到機場,真係笑左好耐… 最開心都唔係羸左果組, 最開心係Jonathan &Kit果組的Leader 買左6條AKB 48的手巾比佢地每一個… 你 睇佢地收到份禮物笑得幾開心… -_- 完左個presentation之後我地就要坐車去機 場返香港lu… 但其實個Study Tour 係未完架,我地返到黎香港仲有好多的re-u , gatherings等等, 仲有一齊整左一本關於我地的回憶錄  其實係日本的日子都唔係最開心,最開 心係大家返到黎香港都一直keep住聯絡,得閒係WhatsApp group 到抽大家水, 仲 要一齊約埋去睇少女時代演唱會。其實成個行程最大得著係識到一班朋友, 去 過d咩site, visit 過咩factory果d我真係唔記得哂… 我剩係記得我同潘君自由時 間果陣行街行到唔知時間,結果搞到成班男仔勁擔心,以為我地迷路,仲打左比 Jennifer話唔見知我地…

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而成個Study Tour 最後一件事就係整回憶錄,本回憶錄紀錄左我地係日本的點點 滴滴,我地每一組都有份參與整呢個回憶錄, 整左差唔多2個幾月。但整的過程 係開心ge…我地成班一約出黎傾本野,根本就係比機會我地re-u… 所以我地返黎 香港之後不但無疏遠左,反而係close 左好多… 下年如果時間夾的話我諗我都會 再join YMS study tour, 聽講下年話去台灣, 一齊Join啦大家 

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Interview with sso 2013 ocs- by Siu wan 小記前言 唔知對你黎講,喺邊一個場合Surveying Society留低左比你第一印象呢?或者 好多人會答,係SSO。尼個唔係一個由校方或任何老師舉辦ge Camp,而係一 個完全由學生籌備ge Surveying Society Orientation。喺期間付出最多ge,莫 過於一班Organizing Committee (OC) 依家,就一起黎聽下佢地ge心聲...... 1.

廖姿悅Cindy 你喺過 Orientation 之前對OC 尼個post有乜期望? 期望開開心心,同其他OC 同Ex-Co 一齊搞個meaningful 既camp 比 freshmen. Meaningful for both OCs and freshmen. 唔單止係Freshmen 得到d野,OCs 都可以享受其中,同樣得到d野

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過完 Camp Period 之後,總括而言,你覺得自己系個點樣ge OC? 有d兇兇,但又靚又nice (just kidding) 其實三個女OC 都又靚又nice ga ( 笑) (有相為證!)

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點解OC個形象要嚴肅同惡? 呢個主要係想大家對成個O 認真d,明白我地並唔係玩玩下,而係真心想 freshmen 認真反思細味

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喺 Camp Period 有沒機會同果陣ge freshmen接觸? 都算有ge… Campfire螢●夜,我係第一個衝入去同大家一齊跳,因為真 係忍唔住 (笑)。我諗有部分ge同學都有同我「共舞」ge… hehe

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Camp Period 比你最難忘ge回憶系乜? Hea hea 切生日蛋糕… Camp period 最後一日係我生日,我地班OC 就係 好亂好逼ge OC 房切蛋糕「慶祝」我同另一位都係Camp period 期間生日 ge OC 生日。由於個蛋糕係camp period 第一日買入黎,切ge時候已經發 曬毛,所以最後無得食 仲有,成日係某個角落「偷睇」大家,睇下programme run 成點

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你覺得邊個OC最特別? 其實每一個都好特別,好cute cute。每個人都有自己ge character,無話 邊個最特別 SamSam learnt to be a leader. But indeed, he is quite a “good leader”...Sam,唔好沾沾! PutPut 夠細心,有佢first aid 唔洗煩。 Cyrus 係默默付出型,順得人家 Joanne係inspiration ge泉源,成日都有d「鬼馬」又新穎既idea. Heidy 夠冷靜鎮定,講野一語中的,好多programme ge leakage 或者其 他隱藏ge問題,佢都即時提我地 不過特別想多謝 Ah Ming :D 雖然佢officially 唔係OC or Ex-Co, 但佢ge付 出唔會比任何一個人少 肉麻野唔想講,大家明就得啦

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你對有興趣下年做OC ge同學有乜想講? 加油,比心機!搞個O 其實唔難,唔好太介意或者看重個成果,過程其實 先係最緊要,開開心心同你ge同伴過暑假ge十幾個星期,你都會得到d野 仲有,唔好太介意其他人點諗,想比d野freshmen 就盡能力去做,照住自 己心意就ok

潘君Joanne 1. 你喺過 Orientation 之前對OC 尼個post有乜期望? 原本想上莊,但考慮之後最終決定不上,於是想藉SSO這個 “短莊期” 去 體會這個大學生活中不可或缺的經歷。 2. 過完 Camp Period 之後,總括而言,你覺得自己係個點樣ge OC? 回想籌備SSO 的種種,當時我覺得自己比較強勢,開會的時候亦比較嚴 肅,心想既然要做OC,就要盡力,不要讓自己在SSO過後有所後悔。 3. 點解OC個形象要嚴肅同惡? 可以說是受到上年ASO 和SSO 的影響,在過了兩個 Orientations 後,大家 都覺得要製造氣氛讓Freshmen 可以靜下來,說說心裏話,而要先控制場 面,,嚴肅的氣氛是必須的。

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4. Camp Period 比你最難忘ge回憶係乜? 是Night Track那一晚。說真的,那一晚完結後,只可說是灰心,沮喪得,不 想與任何人說話。Night Track,真的是花了很多很多的心血,由規劃路線 到「歷程」的設計,每一步,不斷的變改…… 終於,到一節節的獨白”成 形” 。縱然知道「複雜」的路線在施行上有一定的難度,最終,我們還是堅 持我們的想法-----希望Night Track 可以助Freshmen打開他們的心扉,希望 Freshmen 有一個難忘的晚上。 那一晚,在沙灘上的蠟燭早早砌好,八條路線同時出發。驟雨,卻不時落 下。不斷的突發事件,微雨中各個Freshmen 的表情, OC 們坐在長椅上那 失落,擔憂和自責的樣子……那一剎,我在想,為何一開始不按上年那樣 子就好了……然而,現在想起來,我們都沒有一絲後悔…

方家希Heidy 1. 你喺過 Orientation 之前對OC 尼個post有乜期望? 其實無話有好特別期望,雖然分咗唔同post,但係大家都有一個common goal,就係希望分享我地過去一年喺大學學到、感受到ge事俾freshmen 2. 過完 Camp Period 之後,總括而言,你覺得自己係個點樣ge OC? 我應該無阿Sam、Cindy咁惡,無潘君咁長氣(哈哈),應該喺一個比較善良 ge OC 3. 喺 Camp Period 有沒機會同果陣ge freshmen接觸? 無呀,唯一喺跳campfire,不過都唔知有無freshemen見到我...... 4. Camp Period 比你最難忘ge回憶係乜? 一定係First Gathering,6個OC同Ex-Co prep咗好耐,我地講ge真係好希 望freshemn 收到。我上年過First Gathering時其實好討厭呢個場合。希望 freshmen分到邊啲有用,邊啲無用。 5. 你覺得邊個OC最特別? OC Put ,佢ge形象比起其他oc與別不同 6. 你對有興趣下年做OC ge同學有乜想講? 只要你真心鍾意喺STUDIO同你ge組mates一齊做project、一齊玩。仲有好 多關於大學、人生、夢想ge事想SHARE俾freshmen,就諗下2014 SSO OC 啦,一定會令你無悔。

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鍾卓謙Cyrus 1. 你喺過 Orientation 之前對OC 尼個post有乜期望? 希望可以帶一個難忘ge camp比freshmen,當中除左可以等佢地結識新朋 友, 仲可以等佢地從中有所得著 同埋自己沒上莊, 希望可以從中學習, 感受籌備活動ge過程 2. 過完 Camp Period 之後,總括而言,你覺得自己係個點樣ge OC? 不過不失,一般 喺自己所負責ge活動中,準備略有不足,未有周全考慮同準備所有物資, 令活動舉行前需要匆忙補救 3. 點解OC個形象要嚴肅同惡? 認為尼個有助控制場面,可以令成個Orientation ge流程順暢,並貼近預先 ge計劃 同埋因某d programme需要認真ge氣氛,令freshmen思考,保持形象有助 營造氣氛 4. 喺 Camp Period 有沒機會同果陣ge freshmen接觸? 極少 5. Camp Period 比你最難忘ge回憶係乜? Campfire 其實開頭ge時候,freshmen活躍度頗低,擔心freshmen之間ge隔亥未能 打破。但經過幾日,幾個programme之後......到左campfire,我好開心睇見 freshmen踴躍跳舞。加上當時OC放低形象,一起玩,覺得大家變成左一個 整體 6. 你覺得邊個OC最特別? Sam。佢喺成莊時,做Vice-chairman時,已表明唔想搞O。但喺籌備Camp Period 時,佢係最落力,最盡責帶領ge,監督所有人,處理各樣大小事務 7. 你對有興趣下年做OC ge同學有乜想講? 喺籌備ge時候,唔好盲目跟從過往ge做法,要多d諗原因,背後ge意義, 應否保留,改善,捨棄,又或是加入新元素等

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梁德森Sam 你喺過 Orientation 之前對OC 尼個post有乜期望? 第一,希望能夠帶比freshmen一個回憶,希望freshmen能夠感受到OC ge「誠意」 第二,作為OC Chairman,都希望帶比其他OC一個回憶,可以喺搞O過程 中做到想做ge野,「帶到啲野番屋企」,之後會開心曾經係OC其中ge一 員

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Camp Period 比你最難忘ge回憶係乜? 最難忘ge就係:大家一齊搞O ge過程 如果話Camp Period入面最難忘ge moment,係螢●夜入面, OC見到大 家玩得咁開心,好想過去一齊玩埋一份,但要保持形象,內心交戰左一 陣, OC就豁出去同大家玩埋一份,好似有d同我跳ge freshemen有啲驚 奇/驚。好采第二朝個形象重係度

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你覺得邊個OC最特別? 潘君,係諗法同對事態度方面都同我幾唔同。同喺搞O過程中認識佢都改 變到我, 我好欣賞佢對自己諗法既堅持

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你對有興趣下年做OC ge同學有乜想講? Orientation可以帶比來年freshmen一個回憶,同時都製造一個屬於你地 自己既回憶,搞一個屬於你地ge Orientation

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許勃Put 喺 Camp Period 有沒機會同果陣ge freshmen接觸? 有。好少

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Camp Period 比你最難忘ge回憶係乜? 同一班OC同莊友,努力咗成幾個月,見到freshmen玩得開心,其實已經 好難忘。最難忘ge回憶,應該喺OC房裏面ge一點一滴

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點解OC個形象要嚴肅同惡? 其他OC都有講,唔想再講

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你覺得邊個OC最特別? 當然喺Sam。佢有種無知點講ge感覺,既遙遠又好nice。

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你對有興趣下年做OC ge同學有乜想講 做OC會為你帶黎好多意想不到ge收穫,唔同ge人,唔同ge事,最後一定 會有好多驚喜同珍貴ge回憶。而呢d回憶只屬於OC之間,好難得。

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小記後感 喺一起經歷搞Orientation ge 過程中,小記深深明白到OC ge期待同辛苦。籌備 活動係一個學習ge過程,如果你有興趣ge話,唔好猶疑,參與先,你ge得著會 比期望ge多。

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Restaurant review- Ally 小息站 - 森記私房菜  Sam's Kitchen 地點:西環水街25-35號樂新大廈地下6號舖

這間私房菜外表毫不起眼,不過這裏主打住家菜,緩給人一種舒適的感 覺。店中只有兩位店員,應該是夫妻檔。二人親切友善,而且會和客人 聊天。這裏的菜式以健康和藥膳為主。 森記豉油鵝是老闆娘的推介,老闆秘製豉油烹調而成。 醬汁深濃而不油,味道輕甜醇厚,帶有一股獨有的香味,鵝件肉嫩,味 道不算得很突出,卻能嚐出心思之作。 蒜蓉炒油麥菜,整體炒得很清爽,火候剛好,再加上少油、少鹽,口感 清怡,非常健康。

現代人工作繁忙,多吃外食,缺少湯水的滋潤,變得容易生病。 這裏的湯水種類五花百門,有不同的藥療功效。不過要 注意藥膳湯用上大量藥材熬煮,中藥味濃。如果是不喜歡中藥的朋友, 可以選擇一些比較家常的湯水,如沙參玉竹湯等。 這裏的小菜,往往有著家的溫馨感覺,味道儘管不是一試難忘,但卻予 人舒泰的感覺。懷念家中飯菜的同學們可以一試,在這裏找回家的味 道。

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Restaurant review- Put 尼斯餐廳

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上次去過食dinner,發覺都唔錯wo。 呢間餐廳可以話喺平民西餐廳, 食物質素都唔錯咖,而且價錢都幾抵。 夜晚去到,見到個餐牌,覺得d嘢都唔錯。叫咗個鐵板牛扒,5成熟。個 鐵板餐嘅味道認真唔錯,不過就喺個鐵板唔喺幾得,上台個時已經唔夠 熱,到汁落去已經冇乜反應。塊牛扒嘅分量都幾足下,只不過同想像中 嘅5成有d出入。切落似喺3成至4成多d。而且,塊牛扒有d筋,要嚼多幾 下。同埋,d薯菜有d黐底。價錢就夜晚一個餐70幾80蚊。整體黎講,咁 嘅價錢,都算唔錯。跟餐有飯或意粉同一杯嘢飲。間餐廳仲有個鹹豬手 餐,個size都幾surprising咖。

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