The monitoring station The ISF Academy follows is Central/Western. 

The AQHI for Central/Western can be found here

I'd like to suggest a great way for active ISF (particularly lower primary) kids to get some Mandarin immersion this summer in HK. We use a terrific wushu/Taichi teacher who has openings this summer if kids want to get together as a group for some lessons. It's a nice break from the gruelling academics and he seriously speaks very little, if any English! (Ann Bridgewater: contact to discuss further with Ann)

HK International Wushu Cultural Centre Ltd
Mr. Yu Cun Liang at 9500-8357 or

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Registration is now open for the Fuhsing Chinese Summer Camp 2013.  You can register on-line through their website:

If you choose to register with the ISF group, kindly return the registration form, medical form and payment to The ISF Academy Primary Office .

Details about the camp and necessary forms are availalble if you click Here.

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