DSI launches prize-winning quizzes on consular protection and consular services

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On the occasion of Easter, many Macao residents will make use of their holiday to travel abroad. In order to ensure a safe and relaxing trip, citizens are advised to visit the special website of fundamental rights and duties of residents, consular protection and consular services of the Identification Services Bureau (www.dsi.gov.mo/frdcp) before going abroad to acquire more information about travel tips and advices, methods for Chinese citizens to request assistance from embassy or consulate of China in case of emergency in other countries, as well as other emergency hotlines, so that Macao citizens will have a secure trip and return home safely. In addition, for the purpose of deepening the knowledge of Macao citizens on consular protection and consular services, the Identification Services Bureau launches prize-winning online quizzes on consular protection and consular services. From now on until 30 April 2016, Macao residents aged 8 or above can take the quizzes by visiting the special website of fundamental rights and duties of residents, consular protection and consular services. Participants who have answered all questions correctly will enter the lucky draw by providing their personal information. A total of 50 winners will be drawn to receive a fabulous gift. Citizens are very welcomed to participate in the quizzes. The name list of prize-winners will be announced on the above-mentioned special website on 11 May 2016. For enquiries, please contact the Identification Services Bureau at 28370777.

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