To extend the success of The Art of Szto Wai Exhibition held at Hong Kong Central Library earlier this year, Lingnan University will showcase about 30 masterpieces by the distinguished Lingnanian - and the designer of the Lingnan logo - at the Tuen Mun campus from 8 to 14 April.
With support from the University Grants Committee, Lingnan University successfully held the Postgraduate Conference on Interdisciplinary Learning on 29 to 30 March 2019. With a firm conviction to positioning the young academic scholars for excellence, the Conference brought together over 100 speakers and participants not only from Lingnan University but also other local universities like University of Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, City University of Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Baptist University. Overseas speakers and postgraduate students from University of Bristol, University of York, National University of Singapore, Fu Jen Catherine University of Taiwan, Central China Normal University and University of Shanghai for Science & Technology in China also joined the conference.
From an event planner at tertiary institution to a coordinator in the translation industry, and now the chief of two translation startups, alumnus Tim CHOI shared his road to success in an entrepreneurship and leadership workshop on 25 March.
For the fifth year in a row, the Lingnan University Equal Opportunities Committee (LUEOC) organised the annual Equal Opportunities Awareness Campaign 2019 on campus from 19 to 27 March with a series of promotion booths, talks, workshops, sharing and career consultation to raise the awareness of equality and respect of diversity.
Lingnan University hosted the “A Day at University” campus visit for over 100 students from 15 primary schools in Tuen Mun on 1 March, offering them the opportunity to experience the colourful campus life at the Hong Kong’s liberal arts university. The activity also strengthened the University’s connections with its neighbouring communities.
Well-known internationally as an opera, oratorio, recital and new music performer, Dr Stephen Ng is musician-in-residence at Lingnan from February to April 2019, a programme under Wong Bing Lai Music and Performing Arts Unit. He teaches, but also wants to inspire students to find their own voice.
On 26 February, the Wong Bing Lai Music and Performing Arts Unit hosted a lecture-recital featuring the Musician-in-Residence, Tenor Prof Stephen NG, together with guest musicians LAM Tim-Wai on viola and viola da gamba and HSU Wei-En on piano and harpsichord.
Paul S Lam Conference Centre (AM308), Amenities Building, Lingnan University
Dr Arthur MAK Dun-Ping, Assistant Professor (Clinical), The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Council Member of The Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists; and the Chairman of Scientific Committee in The Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists
Wofoo Joseph Lee Consulting and Counselling Psychology Research Centre, Lingnan University