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嶺大校友現凡於大學任何籌款活動中一次性捐款港幣500元或以上,即可成為嶺大校友樂獻會會員 (會籍為期一年)。



The establishment of LU Alumni Giving Club aims to bring together a group of enthusiastic alumni who would like to support the alma mater and the younger fellows through making donations, and at the same time, strengthen the connection between alumni and the University.  

From now on, alumni who make a one-off donation of HK$500 or above in any fundraising campaigns of the University are eligible for the membership of LU Alumni Giving Club (membership is valid for one year).

As a token of appreciation, members will receive a special souvenir and upon the presentation of the membership card, an array of privileges can be enjoyed. For details, please click here to visit our website.

Please click here to fill in the Donation Form and join the LU Alumni Giving Club. Thank you for your support!

Campus News

In the latest QS World University Rankings 2022 announced on 9 Jun 2021, LU is ranked 33rd globally in International Faculty and has achieved a significant advancement by 48-places in International Students.

In ShanghaiRanking’s 2021 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS), Lingnan University is classed as a top-tier academic institution for “Business Administration” and “Management”.

25 June, 2021

Many waterbird species which travel across hemispheres are affected by a wide range of environmental and anthropogenic factors. A first-of-its-kind study along the China coast, jointly conducted by the Science Unit of Lingnan University (LU) and the Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (HKBWS), quantified the 20-year wintering population trends of 42 waterbirds species in the Deep Bay area to evaluate the impacts of different threats along the East Asian-Australasian flyway (EAAF), providing important baseline information and recommendations on conservation.

24 June, 2021

A Lingnan University (LU) survey finds half of wet market merchants have not installed electronic payment systems required by the Consumption Voucher Scheme (the Scheme), although 20 per cent would consider accepting Octopus and 30 per cent Alipay or WeChat Pay, showing that the Scheme help popularise electronic payments.

23 June, 2021

Productive ageing is an internationally clear direction of social policy development. A recent survey conducted by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) of Lingnan University (LU) confirmed that an age-friendly city framework would help to promote the productive engagement of older adults in Hong Kong. The research team recommended that the Hong Kong Government to enact policies and programmes improving intergenerational communication and interaction, promoting inclusivity to address ageism for positive engagement leading to healthy and productive ageing.

17 June, 2021

A recent online survey conducted by the Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies of Lingnan University (LU) found that more than half of the respondents use three or more electronic payment tools for daily purchases, reflecting a growing acceptance of electronic payment in the community. Octopus, Alipay and WeChat Pay are the most common payment tools.

Hong Kong’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression is historically important. Since 2017, in order to relate these little-known stories and use anti-Japanese relics to boost cultural tourism projects,  LU’s Hong Kong and South China Historical Research Programme (HKSCHRP) has worked with different organisations and institutions, including the descendants of the Hong Kong Independent Battalion of the Dongjiang Column (anti-Japanese East River guerillas), to propose three heritage trails in Sha Tau Kok, Sai Kung and Lantau through field research and studies of artifacts, as well as interviews with survivors who witnessed some of the combat and incidents. (Photo above: Prof Liu Shuyong)

Upcoming Events
2 July, 2021
Date 2 July 2021
Time :

9:00 am (GMT-5 New York)
2:00 pm (GMT+1 Lagos)
9:00 pm (GMT+8 Beijing)

Enquiries : 2616 7696 /
Speakers : Speakers:
- Vivian Chenxue Lu, Fordham University
- Derek Sheridan, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica
- Mingwei Huang, Dartmouth College
Cheryl Schmitz, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin
Organiser : Centre for Cultural Research and Development, Lingnan University
Remarks :

Online Registratin:
Language: English

5 July, 2021
Date 5 July 2021
Time :

2:30 - 4:00 pm

Enquiries : 2616 7970 /
Speakers : Dr Chris Song Zijiang, Assistant Professorship in Chinese-English Translation, Department of Language Studies, University of Toronto
Organiser : Department of Translation, Lingnan University
Remarks :

Zoom link:
Language: English

Continuing Events
11 May, 2021
Date 11 May - 5 July 2021
Time :

11:00 am - 5:00 pm (Monday - Friday)

Venue : Leung Fong Oi Wan Art Gallery, 2/F, Patrick Lee Wan Keung Academic Building, Lingnan University
Enquiries : 2616 7456 /
Organiser : Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University
Website :

15 June, 2021
Date 15 June - 18 July 2021
Enquiries :
Organiser : Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University and Global University for Sustainability
Co-organiser : - Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives
- Lingnan Gardeners
- PeaceWomen Across the Globe
- Earth University, Mexico
- Centre for Film Studies and Cultural Studies, Peking University
- Tsinghua Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences
- Institute of Rural Reconstruction of China, Southwest University
- Institute of Rural Reconstruction of the Straits, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University
- Green Ground Eco-Tech Centre (Beijing)
Website :

Remarks :

Online Registration:
Language: Simultaneous interpretation in English, Spanish and Putonghua

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