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Core Module 4 : Human Relationship (II) Foundation Part: Managing Cyber-friendship Life and Society ( S1-3 ) Extended Activity III: Youth and Cyber-friendship.

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1 Core Module 4 : Human Relationship (II) Foundation Part: Managing Cyber-friendship Life and Society ( S1-3 ) Extended Activity III: Youth and Cyber-friendship – His Story

2 Con artist 1 Sex : Identity : Cyber-friend Place of living : Main character Sex : Male Identity : Cyber-friend Place of living : Con artist 2 Sex : Identity : Place of living : Con artist 3 Sex : Identity : Place of living : Met through : Female Mainland Online exchange Female Bartender Mainland Pub on the mainland Male Pub owner Mainland Hong Kong

3 Pub on the mainland Thought questions: 1.1Why do you think the main character did not find it alarming that the con artist has invited him to meet on the mainland? Students may answer freely, for example: -The main character believed that being a man, even he met the wrong person, he would suffer no great loss; -The main character overestimated his ability to judge the character of the cyber-friend or to deal with a crisis; -The main character did not realise the dangers of meeting with a stranger outside Hong Kong; -Other acceptable answers.

4 Thought questions: 1.2What are the risks of meeting a stranger outside Hong Kong? Students may answer freely, for example: -If one encounters danger or personal threat outside of Hong Kong, it is difficult to find immediate help, thus the risks would be great; -If one is harmed or falls victim to fraud outside Hong Kong, one may not receive timely assistance from various departments such as the law enforcement or the medical units; -Other acceptable answers. Pub on the mainland

5 The female cyber-friend took the main character to the pub and asked him to drink alcohol. Students may answer freely, for example: -He was attracted by the female cyber-friend and had lowered his alert and sense of self-protection; -Other acceptable answers. Thought questions: Countering the tricks – The first trick: 2.1Why do you think that the main character was not suspicious about “the first trick”? First trick:

6 Students may answer freely, for example: -If I were the main character, I would refuse to go to the pub from the beginning. It is because one must be on alert when meeting a stranger outside Hong Kong, and drinking alcohol would impair one’s judgment and lower one’s ability to resist, and cause danger; -If I were the main character, I would ask about the price first. If the price is unreasonable, I would suggest going to other places; -Other acceptable answers. Thought questions: Countering the tricks – The first trick: 2.2If you were the main character, how would you respond? The female cyber-friend took the main character to the pub and asked him to drink alcohol. First trick:

7 Students may answer freely, for example: -The female cyber-friend kept urging the main character to drink alcohol because it would allow her to con him out of large sums of money; -The female cyber-friend kept urging the main character to drink alcohol because the main character, under the influence of large amounts of alcohol, would lower his guard and be easily coerced into obeying her; -Other acceptable answers. Thought questions: Countering the tricks – The second trick: 2.3Why do you think the female cyber-friend kept urging the main character to do “that”? The female cyber-friend kept urging the main character to drink alcohol. Second Trick:

8 Thought questions: Countering the tricks – The second trick: 2.4If you are the main character, how would you respond? The female cyber-friend kept urging the main character to drink alcohol. Second Trick: Students may answer freely, for example: -If I were the main character, I would make an excuse that I was feeling unwell, and refused to drink alcohol; -Other acceptable answers.

9 Thought question: Countering the tricks – The third trick: 2.5If you are the main character, how would you respond? When the main character refused to pay the unreasonably expensive bill, the con artists threatened him and coerced him to pay. Third trick: Students may answer freely, for example: -If I were the main character, I would make an excuse saying that I did not have enough cash, and had to go to the ATM to withdraw cash. Then, under safe circumstances, I would try to escape or seek help from locals or the law enforcement; -Other acceptable answers.

10 Three things to note about making friends online Whether you are male or female, try not to attend dates with strangers; If meeting is necessary, it is better to have one or two friends accompany you. Even if incidents occur, you can get help; If you are asked to leave Hong Kong to meet on the mainland or at other places, you should carefully consider before making a decision.

11 Thought question: Before the end of the video, the police raised two questions: (i) Are the words of the cyber-friends believable? (ii) How much do you know about their real identities and background? If the main character had considered these two questions before meeting the cyber-friend, would the outcome be different? Students may answer freely, for example: -Before meeting the cyber-friend, if the main character realised that he knew little about her and that he could not determine whether she was telling the truth, he would not have easily agreed to meet on the mainland. Even if he did go, he would have been on alert and would not have been easily persuaded into drinking so much wine; - Other acceptable answers.

12 Write down three most valuable learning points for this activity, then share with your neighbouring classmate. Students may answer freely.


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