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Cross-Cultural Integration

Things to Bring

Checklist

Tickets

  • Air/Train Ticket

Travel document (s)

  • Valid Passport/ 中华人民共和国往来港澳通行证 and valid Student visa label issued by the Hong Kong Immigration Department (the validity of your passport/ entry permit must cover the entire study period in Hong Kong)
  • Negative result proof of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based nucleic acid test for COVID-19 conducted within 72 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the aircraft (for students travel to Hong Kong from high-risk or very high-risk places) 
  • Confirmation in English or Chinese of room reservation in a designated quarantine hotel (for students from overseas) or non-designated hotel (for students from Mainland) in Hong Kong for not less than 7/14/21 nights (depends on the period of compulsory quarantine) starting on the day of the arrival 
  • Vaccination Record (if any)
  • 2-3 photocopies of your travel document(s)
Admission letter
  • Official copy of the admission letter from Lingnan University
Photos
  • Several passport size photos
Proof document (for opening of bank account)
  • Proof of permanent address in home country within the past three months (e.g. bank statement in English/Chinese or utilities bills in English/Chinese issued in the last three months or latest driving license in English/Chinese)
Insurance document
  • Photocopies of medical and travel insurance documents
Money
  • Cash (at least around HK$4,500 - 5,000 for the first month) / Credit card(s) /  Traveller’s cheques
Clothing and Personal items
  • Suitable clothing for Hong Kong climate, formal wear/ your national costume for formal occasions or special events, prescribed medicine and medical history (if any), Laptop (if necessary)
  • Thermometer for taking the temperature during the self-quarantine period
  • Surgical masks (At least 50 pieces)

 

Adaptors

Adaptor for Hong Kong

 

The voltage in Hong Kong is 220V / 50Hz. If your electrical device does not accept 220V / 50Hz, you may bring along a universal plug adaptor or buy one after arrival in any convenient store, supermarket or electrical store in Hong Kong. The plugs used in Hong Kong are the UK-style, with three rectangular prongs.