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Tips about Barrier-free Travel “無障礙, 去邊度?”

Unit for Students with Special Educational Needs
We love traveling! While COVID-19 suspends many travel plans, let’s quench our travel thirst by talking about traveling. A group of university students and graduates are sharing about how to make journeys accessible for everyone, including wheelchair users and guide dog owners. Learn more through the interactive games with our inclusive emcees, personal sharing by our guest speakers, as well as tips and sharing on the joint publication of a travel guide to accessible travel. This non-CCL online workshop s open to HKBU students. Hong Kong Sign Language interpretation and live transcription in Cantonese will be available in the workshop. 

Date:                     29 Sep 2020 (Tue)

Time:                     1 p.m. – 2 p.m. (Zoom)

Language:             Cantonese and Hong Kong Sign Language

Speakers:              University students and graduates from CareER


  • Ice-breaker: what does barrier-free mean?
  • Personal sharing on barrier-free travel (by a CareER guest speaker) 
  • Introducing the “A Guide on Barrier-free Travel” (by CareER members who take part in the project)
  • Interactive games, tips, and sharing on accessible travel by university students and graduates with different abilities
  • Interaction to conclude: Independent living in a barrier-free society 
  • Q&A


Successful applicants will receive a zoom link via HKBU email at least one day before the event