Due to the uncertain transport situation in Hong Kong today, all courses (afternoon courses for teenagers and children, and evening courses for adults) are cancelled today, Wednesday 13th November. Students being affected will be informed by email for further arrangements. The Goethe-Institut Hongkong will be closed at 6PM. Thank you for your understanding.

According to the Education Bureau, all the classes will be suspended at kindergarten, primary and secondary schools on 14th November (Thursday). All the afternoon courses for teenagers and children at the Goethe-Institut will be postponed. Students being affected will be informed by email for further arrangements. Thank you for your understanding.

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