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Oxfam Trailwalker - Virtually Together

This year has been a challenging one for us all, especially for the poor. Oxfam's poverty alleviation work has also become more challenging. Although we were not able to meet you all on the trail this year, we have hope and know that we will overcome these challenges together.

In view of COVID-19, we have planned a more flexible OTW which offers participants more options in terms of the format. 

Let us continue to persevere, walk for a good cause and fight poverty!

 

Virtually together!

Remember the time when you started hallucinating after completing stage 4 of the MacLehose Trail during the OTW? How about the glorious moment when you looked back at the trail from the top of Needle Hill? Maybe experiences like these have left you with a love-hate relationship with the MacLehose Trail, but guess what.

It's time to relive them all over again!

 

Ordinary People Doing the Extraordinary

From Tai Mo Shan to Tsuen Wan,
Lin Jie is here to complete a special mission,
Stone Tsang and Leung Ying Suen are on a mission in Sham Shui Po too!

 

Period:

8 February to 7 March 2021

Location:

The route is approximately 100 km long; it starts at the Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site in Sai Kung and finishes at Tai Tong Barbecue Area in Yuen Long

Route:

The route starts at the Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B Site in Sai Kung, and covers sections 1 to 9 of the MacLehose Trail, which is about 88 km (M001-M174). After passing Kat Hing Bridge and leaving CP9, the path leaves the MacLehose Trail and travels 5 km along a country trail to north coast of Tai Lam Chung Reservoir. The trail then turns right along a paved road towards Wong Nai Tun/Tai Tong and heads towards the Finish Point at Tai Tong Barbecue Area in Yuen Long.

MacLehose TrailOxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together Route
Section 2 M031-M033From M031 pass through Sai Wan beach to M033
Section 8 M152-M156From M152 along Tai Mo Shan Road to Route Twisk
Section 10 M175-M200Turn left towards Kat Hing Bridge after registering at CP9, then walk along a country trail next to Tai Lam Chung Reservoir)

Eligibility:

Registered teams that have confirmed their participation in OTW 2020 (which was scheduled for January 2021) will be given 4 individual slots (slots cannot be transferred to others)

Participation format:

This is a solo event (if participants choose to have support on the trail, they must follow social distancing measures and adhere to the gathering ban). Participants will also have more flexibility in terms of which section(s) of the trail (which runs between Pak Tam Chung, Sai Kung, and Tai Tong, Yuen Long) they would like to tackle.

Fee:

Free of charge

Donation:

No minimum fundraising donation (however, participants are most welcome to fundraise for Oxfam)

Event Format:

Participants must choose from one of the following formats:

OPTION 1: IN ONE GO
Participants can choose to complete the 100 km within 48 hours (in one go).
Route:
Start from the Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site in Sai Kung and finish at Tai Tong Barbecue Area in Yuen Long.(Please right click and save link as...)

OTW Virtually Together Full Course

OPTION 2: MULTIPLE GOES
Participants can complete the four sections of the 100 km trail in multiple goes (four tries max). Participants can arrange their own schedule to finish all four sections.
Section 1Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site in Sai Kung to Kei Ling Ha (complete within 17 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’) 
Section 2Kei Ling Ha to Tai Po Road (the end of the MacLehose Trail Section 5) (complete within 14 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’) 
Section 3Tai Po Road (public toilet) Route Twisk (the entrance of the public car park at Rotary Park) (complete within 10 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’) 
Section 4Route Twisk(the start of the MacLehose Trail Section 9) to Tai Tong Barbecue Area (complete within 7 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’) 

OPTION 3: CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE
Complete any distance.
Participants who choose this option are not required to complete the whole trail or section but need to start at the Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site, Kei Ling Ha, Tai Po Road or Route Twisk. You can stop anywhere.

 

Please click: The route from MacLehose Trail Marker Post M174 to Tai Tong Barbecue Area

 

Registration period:

Today to 15 January 2021

Application method:

Participants can apply via the link in OHK’s email which was sent out on 23 December 2020

Participants who are not in Hong Kong:

Participants who are not in Hong Kong can choose to do any of the following between 8 February and 7 March 2021: complete any 100 km route within 48 hours, or do so in multiple goes (four tries max). Alternatively, participants can also choose to complete any distance of their choosing. After the completing the section(s) of your choice, please send your time and distance record to OHK for approval; we will then email an e-certificate to you. To collect your souvenir, please ask your relatives or friends in Hong Kong for help, or notify us so we can post it to you.

Personal health tips

  1. Perform hand hygiene frequently, especially before touching your mouth, nose or eyes, after touching items/surfaces frequently touched by others (e.g. doorknobs), or when hands are contaminated by respiratory secretion after coughing or sneezing.
  2. Wash hands with liquid soap and water, and rub for at least 20 seconds. Then rinse with water and dry. If hand washing facilities are not available, or when hands are not visibly soiled, use a alcohol-based hand rub with at least 70 to 80 per cent alcohol.
  3. Cover your nose and mouth with tissue paper when sneezing or coughing. Do not spit or litter. Use tissue paper to hold your spit. Dispose of the soiled tissues into a lidded rubbish bin, and then wash hands thoroughly.
  4. Bring surgical masks, tissue paper and an alcohol-based hand sanitiser (with at least 70 to 80 per cent alcohol) with you.
  5. If you have a fever or respiratory symptoms, do not participate in the event and seek medical advice promptly.
  6. Remove and dispose of masks safely and properly. Do not leave them on the trail.
  7. Buy an insurance plan that covers COVID-19 if needed, and thoroughly read through the terms and conditions.
  8. Avoid touching animals (including wild boars, monkeys, poultry / birds or their droppings).
  9. Keep a distance of at least 1.5 metre from others as much as possible.

Safety Guidelines

All participants are required to sign a disclaimer during the registration period. Participants agree to not hold OHK or any sponsor / supporting organisation responsible for circumstances of, but not limited to, death, injury or damage to or loss of personal property. Please refer to the full version of the disclaimer by clicking here

Participants are also strongly advised to purchase insurance at their own expense.

Please click here to refer to the Country Park Hiking Safety Guidelines from AFCD.

Suggested Checklist

EssentialsFood and BeverageElectronic AppliancesHiking EquipmentClothing Accessories
ID Card / PassportHigh-energy snacks (e.g. glucose tablets, chocolate)Fully charged mobile phone / SmartwatchHiking poleWindbreaker / Rain jacket 
Cash (a reasonable amount) / Octopus cardSufficient waterSpare phone batteries / 
External battery pack
Spare clothesBlankets, sleeping bags or warm clothes
First aid kit (e.g. insoles or blister pads)Reusable bottle / Cup / Container / UtensilsTorch / HeadlampSpare socks Ventilable sun hat with brim / Umbrella
Whistle (in case of an emergency) Spare bulbs and batteries Sunblock
Towels / Tissue   Maps
Mosquito repellent    

 

Recording Your Results:

To take part in Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together, participants must install TrailMe, which will track participants’ time and distance along the trail.

Participants can also invite family and friends (who also need to download the app) to join her/him online while s/he is walking the trail. This will create a sense of solidarity among the participants and their supporters.

In late January, we, Oxfam Hong Kong (OHK), will ask participants to install the app and create an account. The user guide and more detailed instructions will be uploaded to the Event website in early February.

Participants who are interested can try downloading and creating an account now via the link below:
Apple: https://apps.apple.com/app/id1476539277
Android:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.uhey.trailme

  • Step 1:     Install the app (please refer to the links above)
  • Step 2:     Create an account (please note that your email must be the same as the one you provided OHK and cannot be duplicated)
  • Step 3:     Register for the Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together event (the event will be open for registration in early February)

Please note that as this is a newly developed app, it is only available in English. 

During the event period, participants can use their own smartwatch as a timing device and route tracker, however, OHK’s official records will be based on TrailMe’s records. OHK reserves the right to make all final decisions.

Souvenirs

Event FormatE-certificateTowelGift PackReusable face mask
(Lockill brand)
IN ONE GO 
100 km in one go within 48 hours
Certificate will say ‘Completed 100 km in one go’ and show your finishing time111
MULTIPLE GOES 
100 km in multiple goes (4 tries max)
Certificate will say ‘Completed 100 km in multiple goes’ 111
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE
Complete any distance 
Participants will receive a Participation Certificate11N/A
Participants who are not in Hong KongParticipants will receive a Participation Certificate11N/A

 

Oxfam Trailwalker Virtually Together giftpacks

Not only will you receive an e-certificate if you complete the event, but you will also receive attractive souvenirs:

  • Lockill FaceOff Reusable Facewear featuring the event logo (exclusively for participants who complete the trail in one go or in multiple goes)
  • OTW – Virtually Together towel
  • A gift pack with 3 randomly selected souvenirs (non-exchangeable): OTW 2020 Pin/ OTW x Columbia Ultra-slim Running Waistpack/ OTW x Columbia Quick Dry T-shirt/ OTW Tote Bag, and much more!

 

Souvenir from Columbia

Columbia is offering some sweet deals to our participants between now and 31 March! Simply download the app GO WILD PASS, or purchase a certain amount at designated Columbia retail stores to redeem the offers. Click below 'Oxfam Trailwalker Exclusive Red Pocket Coupon' for more details:

Download: Oxfam Trailwalker Exclusive Red Pocket Coupon

Oxfam Trailwalker Exclusive Red Pocket Coupon

 

Souvenir from Nature’s Village’s

From today until 7 March, show your bib no. inside the TRAILME app (see screenshot below) at one of Nature’s Village’s participating stores, and you will receive two packs of Tri go Energy Gel. Stock is limited, so be quick!

 

Participating Nature’s Village branches:

For details about their operating hours, please click here.

Screenshot example:

OTW-VT bib no.

(To be updated)

What is the purpose of the event?

This year has been a challenging one for us all, especially the poor. Oxfam's poverty alleviation path is even more challenging. Although we were not able to meet you all on the trail this year, we have hope and know that we will overcome these challenges together.

In view of COVID-19, we have planned a more flexible OTW which offers participants more options in terms of the format. Let us continue to persevere, walk for a good cause and fight poverty!

How can I participate in the event?
Registered teams that have confirmed their participation in OTW 2020 (which was scheduled for January 2021) will be given four individual slots (slots cannot be transferred to others). To register, click the link in the email we sent out on 23 December 2020.

How much is the registration fee?
Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together is a free event.

What is the format of the event?
There are three formats participants can choose from:

OPTION 1: IN ONE GO
Participants can choose to complete the 100 km within 48 hours (in one go).
Route:
Start from the Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site in Sai Kung and finish at Tai Tong Barbecue Area in Yuen Long.

OPTION 2: MULTIPLE GOES
Participants can complete the four sections of the 100 km trail in multiple goes (four tries max). Participants can arrange their own schedule to finish all four sections.

 OTW VT Section 1: Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site in Sai Kung to Kei Ling Ha (complete within 17 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’)
 OTW VT Section 2:Kei Ling Ha to Tai Po Road (the end of the MacLehose Trail Section 5) (complete within 14 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’)
 OTW VT Section 3:Tai Po Road (public toilet) Route Twisk (the entrance of the public car park at Rotary Park) (complete within 10 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’)
 OTW VT Section 4: Route Twisk(the start of the MacLehose Trail Section 9) to Tai Tong Barbecue Area (complete within 7 hours after tapping ‘START RUNNING’)

 

OPTION 3: CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE
Complete any distance.
Participants who choose this option are not required to complete the whole trail or section but need to start at the Pak Tam Chung P.H.A.B. Site, Kei Ling Ha, Tai Po Road or Route Twisk. You can stop anywhere.

If I cannot join the event, can I transfer my quota to a friend?
Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together is not a team event, can be completed anytime between 8 February and 7 March 2021 and has a flexible format. Since participants are not limited by others’ schedules or the format, they are not allowed to transfer their quota to others. 

Will OHK provide any support to participants during the event?
Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together is designed to be a ‘self-support’ event. As such, participants will have to make their own arrangements to complete the event. OHK will not provide any support such as, food, water, transportation, medical support or emergency rescue services during the event. 

All participants are required to sign a disclaimer during the registration period. Participants agree to not hold OHK or any sponsor / supporting organisation responsible for circumstances of, but not limited to, death, injury or damage to or loss of personal property. Please refer to the full version of the disclaimer by clicking here

Participants are also strongly advised to purchase insurance at their own expense.

Participants should also keep a close eye on COVID-19’s latest developments and be conscious about prevention measures, weather changes, transportation, the trail, their health condition, etc. Please also keep your family and friends updated when hiking.

Can I arrange my own support stations along the way?
If participants choose to have support on the trail, they must follow the Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation (the Regulation) (Cap.599G) and Cap. 599I Prevention and Control of Disease (Wearing of Mask) Regulation, while also keeping a safe distance.

Is there a minimum donation requirement for Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together? How can I submit?
There is no minimum donation requirement for the event, however, if you would like to raise funds to support OHK’s work, you can use your OTW 2020 team page to collect donations. Please remind your sponsor(s) to choose your name under the team and we will issue the donation receipt to those who donate over HK$100. 
Please be reminded that these donations will be for OTW 2020; donations cannot be transferred or carried forward to OTW 2021. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.


I live overseas. Can I join Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together?
Participants who are not in Hong Kong can choose to do any of the following between 8 February and 7 March 2021: complete any 100 km route within 48 hours, or do so in multiple goes (four tries max). Alternatively, participants can also choose to complete any distance of their choosing. After the completing the section(s) of your choice, please send your time and distance record to OHK for approval; we will then email an e-certificate to you. To collect your souvenir, please ask your relatives or friends in Hong Kong for help, or notify us so we can post it to you.

What souvenirs are available?

Event FormatE-certificateTowelGift PackReusable face mask
(Lockill brand)
IN ONE GO 
100 km in one go within 48 hours
Certificate will say ‘Completed 100 km in one go’ and show your finishing time111
MULTIPLE GOES 
100 km in multiple goes (4 tries max)
Certificate will say ‘Completed 100 km in multiple goes’ 111
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE
Complete any distance 
Participants will receive a Participation Certificate11N/A
Participants who are not in Hong KongParticipants will receive a Participation Certificate11N/A

*A gift pack with 3 randomly selected OTW or Oxfam Hong Kong souvenirs (e.g. OTW 2020 Pin, OTW x Columbia Ultra-slim Running Waistpack, OTW x Columbia Quick Dry T-shirt, OTW Tote Bag, and much more!). Souvenirs cannot be exchanged. For further details, please visit our website.
 

How can I collect the souvenirs?
Details to be announced by email.

If I can raise a certain amount for Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together, will I be given registration priority or a team slot in OTW 2021 (19-21 November)? 
Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together is an independent event. Participants will not be given registration priority or a team slot in OTW 2021. If you would like to join OTW 2021, please refer to the option that your team chose or visit our website in May 2021 for enrolment details. 


If I give up my Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together quota, can I carry my quota forward to OTW 2021 (19-21 November)?
Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together is an independent event. Participants who give up their Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together slot cannot transfer or keep the quota for OTW 2021 (19-21 November). 


What about my OTW 2019 and OTW 2020 registration fee and donation? Can I ask for a refund?
Participants can refer to the option that their team chose or click below category for details. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

OTW – VT Bib 

IN ONE GO

Print a copy of the OTW – VT bib template and use a permanent marker to write your bib number clearly on the printout (e.g. V2021).

IN ONE GO

OTW VT 100km One Go

MULTIPLE GOES

Print all 4 OTW – VT bib templates out and use a permanent marker to write your bib number for each section of the trail onto the corresponding printout (e.g. V2021).

OTW VT SECTION 1

OTW VT SECTION-1

OTW VT SECTION 2

OTW VT SECTION-2

OTW VT SECTION 3

OTW VT SECTION-3

OTW VT SECTION 4

OTW VT SECTION-4

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE

Print a copy of the OTW – VT bib template of the section that you have chosen to attempt, and use a permanent marker to write your bib number clearly on the printout (e.g. V2021).

OTW VT SECTION 1

OTW VT SECTION-1

OTW VT SECTION 2

OTW VT SECTION-2

OTW VT SECTION 3

OTW VT SECTION-3

OTW VT SECTION 4

OTW VT SECTION-4


OTW stickers are available on Whatsapp, telegram and signal! 

 

Oxfam Trailwalker VT



Step-by-step guide to download

  1. Android users
    Download ‘WhatSticker’ app -> Click here and press ‘Add to Android’ -> Open with WhatsApp app -> Press ‘Add’ to add the stickers 
  2. iOS users
    Download '五色學倉頡Online' app -> Click here and press ‘Add to iPhone’ -> Open with '五色學倉頡Online' app -> Click ‘Save’ to save the stickers

1.    Disclaimer / Indemnity

By signing the below, you confirm that you wish to enter “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”. You confirm and agree that you take part in this event entirely at your own risk and responsibility and that you will not hold Oxfam (the Organiser), any sponsor of this event or any organisation or person providing medical, catering, logistical, IT or other support or services for this event (or any director, employee, agent or contractor of any of the foregoing or any person otherwise associated with any of the foregoing) responsible for death or any injury or for any damage to or loss or destruction of property or any other economic loss or for any cons equential loss, in any such case arising from any accident or mishap or otherwise arising from or connected with this event, including, if this happens, after you withdraw from “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together” without finishing it, and whether during or after this event, in preparation for it, travelling to or from it or otherwise. You also agree to indemnify or reimburse the Organiser in respect of any additional expenses or costs incurred by the Organiser arising from or in connection with your participation in this event. You acknowledge that the Organiser reserves the right to cancel “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together” at any time without prior notice. Nothing in this disclaimer shall exclude or restrict Oxfam’s liability for your death or personal injury resulting from Oxfam’s negligence. 

2.    Granting Oxfam Hong Kong the Right to Use Your Image, Voice and Story from “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”

By agreeing to the disclaimer, you confirm that you have read and understand the items below regarding the use of your image, voice and story.

a.    Oxfam is an international organisation that works to end the injustice of poverty around the world. Oxfam is a confederation of 20 affiliated organisations.  We are Oxfam Hong Kong, part of this confederation. We would like to take your photo/film/interview and use this in our communications to support our work.

b.    Your image (film or photographs), voice (video recording, sound clip or other formats) and/or story may be used to tell people about the work that Oxfam does and to help raise money so it can continue its work. It may be used by other Oxfam offices and confederation members around the world (https://www.oxfam.org/en/contact-us) and other organisations we work with. Your image, voice and/or story could appear on websites, in newspapers, on social media platforms, in a report or on the television and radio. However, Oxfam is not obliged to use your story.

c.    Your image, voice and/or story could be seen or heard by anyone around the world (including in your own community and country). 

d.    If you wish, we can conceal your identity by hiding your face, not using your voice, not using your real name, or not revealing specific details of your story (e.g. dates, locations). 

e.    It is your right to decide not to be filmed/photographed/recorded or interviewed by Oxfam. There will be no disadvantages for you, your family, or your team should you choose not to. Reversely, you will not receive additional benefits as a result of sharing your story. 

f.    No new communication materials will be created from your image, voice and story after 5 years. However, published communications can continue in circulation and content may be stored by us and by our photographer in historical archives.

g.    If you no longer want Oxfam or our partner organisations/vendors to use your image/story/sound clip, you can email us at otwinfo@oxfam.org.hk.  We will not make any further use of your mage, voice and/or story*. 

h.    If you think we don’t respect your rights as described here, you can complain to us, or our local regulator.

*We cannot remove content that has already been published.  Especially parents/guardians should consider this, knowing that children may change their mind as adults and be unhappy about their real name being used.

*We cannot remove content that has already been published.  Especially parents/guardians should consider this, knowing that children may change their mind as adults and be unhappy about their real name being used.

3.    Participants' personal data

You agree that Oxfam is permitted to collect, store and use your personal data (as defined in the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance) as provided by you on one or more forms (including electronic forms) for the purpose of or in connection with “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together” (including but not limited to the organisation and promotion of and publicity for “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”) and that such collection, storage and use are lawful in these circumstances. You further agree that Oxfam may pass your personal data to its agents, successors, supporting organisations and other related parties for the purpose of or in connection with “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”.

4.    Undertaking to raise sponsorship

You, the undersigned,
a.    undertake that all funds raised directly or indirectly from your participation in “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together” will be paid in full to Oxfam and that you will not seek to raise funds for other organisations through your participation in “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”; 
b.    all collected sponsorship records will be destroyed and deleted after seven years

5.    Use of Oxfam Trailwalker’s team page

You and your supporters hereby agree to refrain from sharing or publishing content that encourages any act or behaviour that is illegal, unlawful, defamatory, obscene, threatening, harmful or otherwise offensive. Such content includes anything that may be considered or related to violence, hate speech, terrorist content, harassment, bullying, threats, politics, copyright infringement, sexually explicit content and obscenity. You and your supporters agree that Oxfam Hong Kong (OHK) has absolute discretion to remove, including but not limited to, such content at any time and for any reason from your team page without prior notice. The views and opinions expressed on this webpage are those of you and/or your supporters, and do not necessarily reflect the position and views of OHK, “Oxfam Trailwalker” and “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”, nor does OHK, “Oxfam Trailwalker” and “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together” have any responsibility for the content that is posted on this webpage. OHK does not regularly review, and is not responsible for, any information which is posted on this webpage. All content is viewed at a user’s risk and OHK does not warrant the accuracy or reliability of any of the information. 

Oxfam reserves the right to discontinue your team’s registration status at “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”.

 

6.    Participants' medical history
 

You confirm that you are medically and physically fit and capable of participating in “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together” and have not been otherwise advised by a qualified medical practitioner.

 

7.    Regulations under Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance


You hereby declare that you will comply with the "Prevention and Control of Diseases (Prohibition of Group Gathering) Regulations" (Chapter 599G), "Prevention and Control of Diseases (Wearing Masks) Regulations" (Chapter 599I) and any other relevant laws and regulations and that you will maintain proper social distance on the event days. If you are prosecuted by any law enforcement or related parties, you agree that the Organiser will have no liability to you in connection with any such prosecution.

 

8.    Self Support

 

You understand that "Oxfam Trailwalker-Virtually Together" is a self-support event and the organizer will not provide any supplies along the route. You will bring enough supplies or refill at the kiosks along the way to ensure that you can complete the activity safely. 

By subscribing, you expressly agree that the activity is undertaken under your own responsibility and at your own risk. You expressly agree to release the Organiser from any and all liability in connection with your athletic activities and you also agree that in no event shall the Organiser be liable to you or any third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of or in any way connected with OHK, “Oxfam Trailwalker” and “Oxfam Trailwalker – Virtually Together”.

Any changes Oxfam makes to this disclaimer will be posted on the website. Please check it regularly to ensure that you are aware of our latest policies.
This disclaimer has been prepared in English and Chinese. In the event of a conflict between the English and Chinese versions, the English version will prevail.

Contact Us

Hong Kong Office 

17/F, China United Centre, 28 Marble Road, North Point, Hong Kong

(852) 2520 2525otwinfo@oxfam.org.hk

OTW Virtually Together logo panel