我們鼓勵所有人應保持社交距離，如在不得已而必須聚集的情況下應配戴口罩。這是一個特殊的時期，上述措施顯然會帶來一些不便，但基於在維護整個群體的利益上，我們希望得到您的理解和支持。 Best regards,
MR. YONG SHEN SEG瑞士飯店管理教育集團執行長
To SEG Community:
We are very excited to welcome students back to campus from July. In line with Swiss government advice, the below precautionary measures have been put in place to mitigate Covid-19 risks to our schools. The health and safety of our students, staff and visitors remain our top priority.
On arrival at either the airport or at school, students will have a temperature check and will be provided with welcome information, a face mask, health and safety guidelines and contact information in case of emergency.
In the interest of safety, and to lower the risk for the entire community, face masks mustbe worn by all staff, students and visitors in public areas, during the first 10 days of term.
Every student, staff and visitor must fill out a “health questionnaire” before entering our campus premises.
No one is allowed on campus who shows symptoms of flu, fever (38°C+), breathing difficulties and/or respiratory problems.
Daily Temperature Checks
Daily Temperature checks are carried outon all staff, students and visitors. Checks are normally carried out at the campus reception area, after which, a face mask will be provided.
Each class group is allocated to a designated classroomthroughout the term.
Classroom allocation is optimised to ensure a maximum dispersion of students in every classroom and minimize movement of students between classes.
Class group timetables are arranged to have a steady flow of students for meals and to optimise restaurant space
Priority medical appointmentsare available for any student who require medical assistance – please contact Front Desk or Residential Management Team.
Any staff or student displaying flu like symptoms will be required to self-quarantine for 10 days.
Students who are worried that they may have flu like symptoms should phone the student counsellorand if not available, a Resident Manager who is available 24/7.
All school visits are approved centrally by Victor and Ronan.
We have minimimized large public gatheringsand unnecessary social activities. Anything other than normal classes & meals is strictly monitored.
General Safety Guidelines
Hand sanitizers and face masksare available to everyone on all campuses and in all administrative offices
Additional cleaningis taking place in all public areas, particularly focussing on areas where numerous people may be touching the same item, i.e. door handles, work stations, etc.
COVID19 Information & presentationtakes place for all students during induction weekend
A Student Counsellor is on site and available for medical support & advice
Access to Resident Managers is available 24/7
We encourage everyone to maintain social distancing and where not possible, a mask should be worn. This is an exceptional time and the above measures will clearly cause some inconvenience and we ask for your understanding and support in safeguarding the interests of the entire community. Best regards,
MR YONG SHEN Chief Executive Officer Swiss Education Group
This year, Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Lucerne (a.k.a. Luzern to the mostly German-speaking locals), Switzerland their second-favorite city in Europe, just behind perennial love Florence, in the annual Readers Choice Awards. But what is it about this Swiss lakeside town just a 45-minute train ride from Zurich that wins so many hearts? Credit the mix of great food, easygoing locals, and stunning countryside that brings visitors back year after year. (And the cheese. Don’t forget the cheese.)
Competing against other Le Méridien Master Baristas, Son Nguyen became the first Master Barista in Thailand to bring home the top prize.
Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts brought together its Master Baristas from Paris and New Delhi, to Barcelona and Bangok to stimulate a passion for Le Méridien’s coffee culture in a competition held at illy’s headquarters in Trieste, Italy. The participants spent two days exchanging global trends in coffee and training to learn the latest innovative recipes. The final challenge had each finalist serving 3 types of coffee – 2 espressos, 2 cappuccinos and 2 freestyle espresso-based beverages inspired by the location the Master Barista was travelling from – all in 15 minutes.
The challenge was judged by illy’s coffee experts and Le Méridien’s Global Latte Artist Esther Maasdam and Global Master Barista, Franz Zauner. Son’s invented signature coffee called “Tom Kha Coffee” was inspired by Thailand’s famous cuisines.
“Inspiration for Tom Kha Coffee came from a very simple thought: Lemongrass is such a common and versatile ingredient in Thai cuisine so I tried infusing coffee with lemongrass and it worked. From there I started adding more elements, to make the drink more complex and distinctively Thai. The unique thing about this drink is the addition of Thai Naam Pla Waan (sweet fish sauce). I know it sounds crazy – fish sauce in coffee? But the homemade Naam Pla Wan that I used completes the drink. It adds sweetness, savouriness and gives it a little spicy kick that you feel in the back of your mouth after you drink it. It’s a coffee drink in which you can taste Thailand.”