Rotary Adopt A School (Updates on 27/12/2013)
RAAS Chair PDG Tony Wong and his team wish all of you a very Happy and Healthy New Year!
Buddhist Fat Ho Memorial College (BFHMC) – Hong Kong Road Safety Patrol Parade on 20 December 2013
Principal Eric Yuon had arranged New Territories South (NTS) Region Hong Kong Road Safety Patrol Parade in his school as it was the last school day in 2013.
Mr. Paul Pannu, Senior Inspector of Police in Regional Intelligence Unit, shared the invaluable police experiences especially on the communications between the police officers and Non-ethnic Chinese after he had joined the Police. He gave the youngsters a better understanding of the diversity and nature of police work. Students were encouraged to join the police force.
Three teams of BFHMC Hong Kong Road Safety Patrol, inclusive of the first Non-ethnic Chinese student team in Hong Kong, were inspected by Samson Cho, Senior Superintendent of Police, District Commander of Lantau District and Robert Chui, Commissioner of Hong Kong Road Safety Patrol.
After the formality had been over, amazing performances and demonstrations were prepared by New Territories South Police Region. Two Police Dogs demonstrated their special operations under the direct commands of their Handlers from Airport Security Unit (機場特警組). Both Police Dogs exhibited their excellence in following commands and executions of different orders efficiently. The audience had been astonished by their brilliant performances especially one of the Police Dogs searched and detected the explosives inside one of many suitcases within a very short period of time.
Two police motorcycles, one of which was Honda while the other was BMW were then driven to the venue for demonstrations, had been welcomed by students. All participants were happy and enjoyed this Parade with fun.