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country Hong Kong: LONG VALLEY RICE HARVESTING HKVT18-01
Bewertungen
13/07/2018 - 24/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr 0
10 Freiwillige
5 Male / 5 female noch gesucht
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Renovierung
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Rice and crop harvesting Farmland maintenance (construct footpath bridge, paint interior washroom) Wildlife monitoring work Ecological tours Interact with local Hong Kong indigenous residents

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Workcampers will stay in a dormitory at Sheungshui near Long Valley. The living environment is very basic and simplistic but in a peaceful rural living style. Sleeping bags are required.

Lage und Freizeit

Long Valley is located at the northern urban edge of Hong Kong. With a total area of 150 hectares, it is the largest agricultural freshwater wetland in Hong Kong.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The project is co-organized by VolTra and The Conservancy Association (CA). CA, founded in 1968, is the non-government environmental organization with the longest history in Hong Kong. This nature conservation management project has been in place since 2005, with the aim to conserve Hong Kong historical site of paddy rice produce – Long Valley. The site composes of 400+ linking farmlands as well as accommodates 200+ bird species, including a range of international conserved species. Through participating in harvesting and ecological monitoring work, we hope to alleviate Long Valley’s landscape and biodiversity situation. Other than a series of active habitat and species management measures, volunteers will also have the precious chance to interact with Hong Kong indigenous villagers, who are descendants of local residents during 1890s. It will be a unique gateway to learn more about the indigenous culture in the concrete jungle.

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Basic living condition in the nature. Workcamp activities involve largely outdoor physical work.
Organisation VolTra Hong Kong Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English , Chinese
country Hong Kong: "Saving Our Homes" in Ping Che HKVT18-02
Bewertungen
17/08/2018 - 28/08/2018
Extra-Gebühr 0
14 Freiwillige
7 Male / 6 female noch gesucht
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Beautify and renovate of village road or houses Rehabilitate agricultural land Assist in community liaison

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Workcampers are accommodated in village house of visitors’ centre. Sleeping bags and mats are needed.

Lage und Freizeit

In contrast to the densely populated areas of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, Ping Che is a sub-urban area characterized by natural scenery, charming small villages and stunning sunset. The place is also situated just next to Shenzhen, China.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The project is co-organized by VolTra and Ta Kwu Ling/ Ping Che Alliance for “Saving Our Home” (Alliance). Rural issues have recently increased public concerns on rural land use strategy (i.e., development and conservation) for the New Territories. Existing habitats in the New Territories are frequently affected by new development plans. The Alliance, founded in 2012, is a self-initiated alliance by Ping Che villagers in response to the North East New Territories New Development Areas Planning supposed by the government. The aims of the Alliance are to protect villagers’ home and culture and to conserve the environment. Together with the villagers, we engage the community by beautifying and renovating of village road or houses to renovate their village culture and to explore the possibilities of rural space beyond economic development.

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There are a few pet dogs living in the visitors’ centre.
Organisation VolTra Hong Kong Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English , Chinese
country Hong Kong: FIRE DRAGON DANCE - MID-AUTUMN FEST VTMW18-03
Bewertungen
21/09/2018 - 25/09/2018
Extra-Gebühr USD 123
13 Freiwillige
6 Male / 7 female noch gesucht
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Assist villagers to organize the celebration of Fire Dragon Dance Beautify or renovate the village’s roads and visitors’ centre Rehabilitate agricultural land Assist in community liaison

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Workcampers are accommodated in village house of visitors’ centre. Sleeping bags and mats are needed.

Lage und Freizeit

In contrast to the densely populated areas of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, Ping Che is a sub-urban area characterized by natural scenery, charming small villages and stunning sunset. The place is also situated just next to Shenzhen, China.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The project is co-organized by VolTra and Ta Kwu Ling/ Ping Che Alliance for “Saving Our Home” (Alliance). Rural issues have recently increased public concerns on rural land use strategy (i.e., development and conservation) for the New Territories. Existing habitats in the New Territories are frequently affected by new development plans. The Alliance, founded in 2012, is a self-initiated alliance by Ping Che villagers in response to the North East New Territories New Development Areas Planning supposed by the government. The aims of the Alliance are to protect villagers’ home and culture and to conserve the environment. Mid-autumn festival falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month (24 SEP 2018). In the 19th century, villagers began performing a dragon dance to stop a run of bad luck afflicting their village. Accompanied by drummers and erupting firecrackers, The villagers made a huge dragon from straw and covered it with incense sticks. They danced for three days and three nights and the bad luck disappeared. More than a century later, their village has been all but swallowed up by Hong Kong’s fast-growing city. But the dragon keeps on dancing. It has even danced its way onto China’s third national list of intangible cultural heritage. The theme of the workcamp is to appreciate the importance of the local village and its culture. They are going to beautify the village, farming with local people and try the very traditional local food, and the most important thing to do is to set up the event of the Fire Dragon Dance during Mid-autumn Festival.

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There are a few pet dogs living in the visitors’ centre.
Organisation VolTra Hong Kong Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English , Chinese
country Hong Kong: CAPTURING THE RURAL HONG KONG HKVT18-03
Bewertungen
25/12/2018 - 1/01/2019
Extra-Gebühr 0
14 Freiwillige
7 Male / 5 female noch gesucht
Kultur
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Assist villagers to organize the celebration of Fire Dragon Dance Beautify or renovate the village’s roads and visitors’ centre Rehabilitate agricultural land Assist in community liaison

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Workcampers are accommodated in village house of visitors’ centre. Sleeping bags and mats are needed.

Lage und Freizeit

In contrast to the densely populated areas of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, Ping Che is a sub-urban area characterized by natural scenery, charming small villages and stunning sunset. The place is also situated just next to Shenzhen, China.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The project is co-organized by VolTra and Ta Kwu Ling/Ping Che Alliance for “Saving Our Home” (Alliance). Rural issues have recently increased public concerns on rural land use strategy (i.e., development and conservation) for the New Territories. Existing habitats in the New Territories are frequently affected by new development plans. The Alliance, founded in 2012, is a self-initiated alliance by Ping Che villagers in response to the North East New Territories New Development Areas Planning supposed by the government. The aims of the Alliance are to protect villagers’ home and culture and to conserve the environment. This is the first year that VolTra and Alliance organizes an intense photography related workcamp to capture the beautiful scenery of the rural Hong Kong. Villagers help the participants to develop their unique photographic skills through workshops and feedback sessions on technical settings, compositional considerations as well as developing conceptual frameworks which progress the participants individual style. Some of best pictures from this workcamp will exhibit in different university in Hong Kong. Other than photo shooting, together with the villagers, we engage the community by beautifying and renovating of village road or houses to renovate their village culture and to explore the possibilities of rural space beyond economic development.

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There are a few pet dogs living in the visitors’ centre. Participants should bring with them their own digital cameras, lenses, and laptops if possible
Organisation VolTra Hong Kong Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English , Chinese
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