One of the most useful apps in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Observatory app. It is not the prettiest app there is, but very accurate with the forecasts and it has several options to track the local weather. You can see live photos of the weather in different parts of the city or follow the amount of lightning in the area. As especially the summer in Hong Kong is the season for heavy rains, thunderstorms and typhoons, it’s worth to follow the app and not let the bad weather surprise you.
We all have read the facts that a CV is only read for so-and-so many seconds before tossed to the bin. Whether this is true or not, the CV is the first impression and the most important document to land the international internship or the summer job you’ve been dreaming of. So make the document the best it can be. We share you here some tips and examples.
First, it is always worth keeping these things in your mind when creating the CV :
Be relevant: What does the reader need to know about you? What is relevant to the role you are applying for?
Be informative: Don't just list your experience, focus on describing what you actually did and what you learned.