Marine Conservation x Parent-Children Exercise Workshop
(Conducted in Cantonese)

Hong Kong is rich in marine animal species and ecological resources, but as the marine pollution problem becomes more and more serious, Garbage such as plastic, glass bottles, and abandoned fishing nets (ghost nets) has caused the entire marine ecology to be damaged.

 

Beach Bay Ocean Foundation and Everbright Water Polo Club leverage the beach water polo tournament opportunity to organize a marine conservation and parent-child exercise workshop.

Children can become little pioneers in marine conservation, and use their creativity to make unique handicrafts with "ghost nets". Mr Harry Chan, M.H., the ghost net hunter, will also share his stories of marine conservation; the event aims to help children to understand the importance of marine conservation. In addition, Mr Ma, a physical fitness instructor for children and adolescents, will personally teach parent-child physical fitness exercises. Parents and children can move hands and feet together and share healthy and meaningful parent-child time! And ends with a water polo trial at sea with Everbright coaches.

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