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"Forest Bathing Fest", hereinafter referred to as "the Organiser"
We will update this notice and revise the Privacy Policy at any time.

Please review this page regularly to refer to the latest revisions. Your continued use of this website after the amendments to the Ordinance constitutes your acceptance of the amendments.

Our Commitment and Philosophy

  • The General Assembly will only collect personal data from users with their express permission.

  • The Organiser is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal data.

  • The Organiser will not sell or transfer your information to other organizations.

  • The Organiser recommends that persons under the age of 18 seek the consent of their parents or guardians before registering online.

  • The Organiser complies with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance of Hong Kong.

  • The Organiser uses the Stripe payment system to process online payments to provide supporters with the best protection.

Data privacy

We value the high level of trust placed in us by the public. The Organiser  firmly protects the environment and is committed to protecting your privacy. To ensure that you can make an informed decision and feel comfortable providing personal data to the host, we use this notice to outline how the host collects and uses your personal data, and the choices you can make.

Personal Data Collected

You may be required to provide information to the host on the website, registration forms or other channels. The information provided includes but is not limited to:

  • Personal data such as your name, gender and date of birth;

  • Contact information, such as your telephone number, address, email address and fax number;

  • Credit card or bank account information such as credit card number, cardholder name, expiry date, bank account number and account holder name;

  • Commercial information such as company name, job title and related contact details;

  • Your response to the opinion survey conducted by the Association


Purpose and use

Your personal data may be used for one or more of the following purposes:

  • To respond to your enquiries, comments and suggestions;

  • To follow up on your requests for information or services to the Organiser through the Internet, telephone or other channels;

  • Process your payment;

  • Issue a receipt to you;

  • Confirm your payment arrangements, mailing or internet correspondence address and event participation;

  • To process and manage your event participation or sponsorship, electronic newsletter subscriptions, volunteer projects;

  • Maintain an up-to-date and accurate database when the conference conducts projects and activities;

  • To contact you about the latest news about the Organiser's program;

  • To contact you about your volunteering projects;

  • Assist in improving the website, education and activities through data and other analysis, so as to enhance the quality of the Organiser's programs and related services;

  • Modify the content and/or design of our website;

  • Provide information to the service provider of the conference when the Organiser is the sole user of the service and in compliance with this policy;

  • Use your data as required or permitted by law or regulation, or requested by a government agency, for the protection of persons or property, or to exercise our legal rights or to defend against legal claims;

  • Subject to the above purposes, you may receive emails, letters, phone calls, text messages, messaging applications or be contacted by other means


Other information

We automatically collect information about website visitors regardless of whether they are registered users or have logged on to this website. For example, we may record your IP address, the web pages you visit (including before, during and after you visit our website), your browsing history and information about the use of hardware and software.


Our website may create a cookie record on your computer to identify you when you visit our website in the future and to collect more information about you. You may refuse the website's access to cookies on your computer by changing your browser settings or otherwise, however this may affect the performance of our website in certain circumstances.



Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer by the websites you visit. Cookies are widely used to make websites work or more efficiently and to provide information to website owners. When our system interacts with you, cookies will only be created in the following situations: verifying your access to our system, registering to participate in activities, participating in surveys or voting, etc. Personal data will not be collected when using cookies. Cookies are automatically deleted after a certain period of time.

Data storage

The General Assembly will keep the personal data collected and take strict measures to ensure the absolute confidentiality of the data. The storage and disclosure of information by the host are subject to strict security procedures, and service providers are required to use your personal information through rigorous procedures in accordance with this Privacy Policy and applicable laws when performing designated services.

The Organiser will never disclose or sell information to third parties for commercial purposes (except for providing your information to service providers in the areas of "Purposes and Uses" above).


Your rights

You have the right to stop using your personal data for communication or publicity purposes to "Forest Bathing Fest" You may opt-out of the use of your personal data on the form on which the Organiser collects your data. At the same time, you may at any time follow the channels provided at the end of this Privacy Policy to request the General Assembly to stop using your personal data for communications or publicity purposes.

In some cases, the content of the Organiser on any transmission channel may contain links to or from other websites. If you visit such websites, please pay attention to the privacy policies of such websites, and the host is not responsible for the privacy policies of such websites or their content. The General Assembly recommends that you review the privacy policies of these websites before submitting any personal data to them.


Access personal data

You may exercise your right of access to your personal data in accordance with the Personal Data (Privacy) (Amendment) Ordinance 2012. If you wish to request a backup copy of your personal data kept by the General Assembly, or if you believe that the information collected and recorded about you by the host is inaccurate, or if you believe that the Organiser is using your personal data for purposes and purposes other than those mentioned above, or Fraudulently or improperly obtaining your information, or providing information to a third party without your consent, please notify the Organiser in writing at the mailing address provided at the end of this Privacy Policy.

The Organiser reserves the right to charge you a reasonable fee for providing your personal data that is legally kept by the Organiser .

Change Privacy Policy

If the Organiser makes any changes to this privacy policy, the Organiser will post a notice on the main website and other applicable channels to let you know about the information collected by the Organiser , how the Organiser will use the information, and the circumstances under which it will be disclosed information (if applicable). The Organiser may notify those who have registered to receive newsletters from the Club by e-mail about changes to the Privacy Policy. The General Assembly recommends that you regularly visit our website for changes to this Privacy Policy. Any changes to this Privacy Policy will be effective immediately upon posting. If you do not agree to the changes to this Privacy Policy, we recommend that you opt out of receiving communications from the Congress, or contact us to request deletion of your personal data.


For details of our privacy policy, please contact us through the following channels:

Email to:

Information for persons under the age of 18

If you are under the age of 18, please obtain the consent of your parents or guardians before disclosing your personal information (including name, address and email address, etc.) to the Organiser or other organizations. Parents are encouraged to assist their children in using the Internet and to be aware of their online activities.

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