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Non-Local Orientation Camp 2009 Sixth Ordinary Meeting Present: 1. To adopt the agenda, if thought fit Adopted 2. To receive and adopt the minutes of the Fourth Ordinary Meeting, if though fit Adopted 3. Evaluation on Group leader tea gathering Too simple not much content. Bored by the proceedings. Games were really good. Want some challenges games. Do not inform of the fee of tea gathering. Next year tell the budget and tell the group leaders about the fees. 4. To discuss the Proposal of Big Programmes Programme PIC Self-reflection game (social-game): Freshman can not get the real feeling. Overall objective is not really practical. Trade-off will be learnt. Good way to show them what to expect in the university life. International students will have no idea about Ex-co so one will choose it. We can have different points for each event (like more leadership Will, Michael ,Evelyn
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