28 February, 2012
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The Faculty of Business hosted a housewarming party on 2 February to celebrate its relocation to the Simon and Eleanor Kwok Building.


 

Lingnan University hosted a Chinese New Year Media Luncheon on 6 February.


 

Lingnan University held the Lantern Legend 2012 on 6 February.


 

More than 350 alumni joined the Poon Choi Banquet on 11 February at Wing On Plaza on campus with theirs friends and families.


 

Lingnan Education Organization (LEO) Ambassadors shared their exchange experiences in mainland China, Korea, the US and Sweden.


 

For the fourth year, the Additional Language Extravaganza showcases the colourful variety of international cultures on Lingnan campus.


 

Last January, 14 Lingnan students joined representatives from Deloitte in the second phase of "A Village Adoption Project in Yunnan, China".


 

265 athletes competed at the 44th Sports Day on 23 February, breaking three University records.


 

Over 100 primary school students in Tuen Mun District visited Lingnan University on 16 February to have the first taste of being a university student.


 

Research and academic activities

The Centre for Humanities Research of Lingnan University has published a two-volume collection of Hong Kong short stories.


 

Awards and people

48 Lingnan students participated in Mainland Summer Internship Programmes in Beijing and Shanghai last summer.


 

Two Lingnan students swept the top team awards at the CSR Challenge of Ernst & Young’s EY Academy, a structured mentoring programme for local university students in business and finance disciplines.

Duanmu Mei, president of the Beijing Alumni Association of Lingnan University, has been awarded the Ordre National du Mérite by the French government.


 

New appointments and re-appointments to the Council and Court of Lingnan University have been made by the Chief Executive of the HKSAR.


 

Publications

The three volumes of Selected Works of Xu Zidong (in Chinese), Head of the Department of Chinese at Lingnan University, have quickly moved up the best seller lists after they were published in mainland China in December 2011.

The Centre for Humanities Research of Lingnan University has published a two-volume collection of Hong Kong short stories.


 

Prof John Minford’s article, "Bizarre Circuses, Barbaric Costumes: Hong Kong and the Aspirations of Translation", is featured in the latest issue of the Journal of Modern Literature in Chinese published by the Centre for Humanities Research.


 

The 27th Volume of "Cultural Studies@ Lingnan" is now published with a special feature of articles related to the centenary anniversary of the Chinese Revolution 1911.

Upcoming events

More information on upcoming activities available at http://www.ln.edu.hk/events