SCM collaborates with the Police Community Relations Office of Kowloon City District in popularising Chinese medicine

1 December 2015

 

SCM collaborates with the Police Community Relations Office of Kowloon City District in popularising Chinese medicine

1 December 2015

 

SCM has recently established a co-operative relationship with the Police Community Relations Office of Kowloon City District (KCDIST).  By using its knowledge and expertise to serve members of the Senior Police Call of the Kowloon City District, it aims to strengthen ties with the community as well as popularise the knowledge of Chinese medicine.

Chief Inspector Lam Suk-man, Police Community Relations Officer of KCDIST; Station Sergeant Pong Wing-ho, Assistant Police Community Relations Officer of KCDIST; and 40 members of the Senior Police Call including among others Mr. Ho Hin-ming, a member of the Kowloon City District Council, paid a visit to the School on 27 November.  During the visit, they were given a guided tour to the museum of Chinese medicine and the Chinese medicine centre and attended a talk on the maintenance of healthy bones and joints.  Under the supervision of teachers of the Teaching and Research Division (CMTR), SCM students examined and performed Tui Na on the elderly.

In addition, SCM experts will contribute an article on health preservation and Chinese medicine to a quarterly publication耆樂之聲 published by the Police Community Relations Office of KCDIST.  Dr. Tu Feng, Principal Lecturer of CMTR, is the first faculty member to give health tips for winter in the November issue of the publication.

 

 

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