04 Jun 2019 Issue no .155
   
Alumni Benefit

  • Rooms and Buffet discount - Courtyard By Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin
  • 15% off "The Gay Singers 25th Anniversary Concert"
  • 20% off The Chinese University Press publications
  • Rooms and Buffet discount - Courtyard By Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin

    Offer1. 2019 Holiday Getaway Promotion
    - Weekly package starting from $1,080+
    2. Momo Café Buffet Voucher
    - Starts from HK$2,280 / set (10 vouchers / set)
    3. Presidential suite exclusive offer
    - Complimentary bottle of house wine and two dozens of pre-dinner snacks dining at Presidential Suite
    EligibilityCUHK alumni
    Offer period  

    Holiday Getaway Promotion
    Now – 30 Jun

    Momo Café Buffet Voucher
    Until sold out

    Presidential Suite Exclusive offer
    Now – 30 Sep

    Reservation / enquiry 

    Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin
    Tel: 3940 8817
    Email: sylvia.lo@courtyard.com


    15% off "The Gay Singers 25th Anniversary Concert"

     
    Date 13 Jul
    Time8:00pm
    VenueMulti-media Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity
    (135 Junction Road, Kowloon)
    Special price for CUHK alumni $200 (Original $250)
    TicketingQuote code "CUA20" for 20% discount via the following means:
    1) Email: Info@gshk.hk
    2) Tel:96276247 (Ms. Pau)


    20% off The Chinese University Press publications

     

    Special OfferAlumni of CUHK, upon showing relevant document, can enjoy a 20% discount at the CUP Corner Bookstore.
    TargetCUHK Alumni
    New publications by CUP 

    1. 《給孩子的港臺散文》
    Details: Please click here

    2. 《吃馬鈴薯的日子》
    Details: Please click here

    3. New Life for Old Ideas:  Chinese Philosophy in the Contemporary World: A Festschrift in Honour of Donald J. Munro
    Over five decades, Donald J. Munro has been one of the most important voices in sinological philosophy. In this festschrift volume, students of Munro and scholars influenced by him celebrate Munro's body of work in articles that extend his legacy. They also reflect on Munro's mentorship and his direct intellectual influence.

    Book Info:
    Title: New Life for Old Ideas:  Chinese Philosophy in the Contemporary World: A Festschrift in Honour of Donald J. Munro
    Editor(s): Yanming An and Brian J. Bruya
    Price:$350 (HKD)

    4. The Writ of the Three Sovereigns: From Local Lore to Institutional Daoism
    In 648 CE, Tang imperial authorities collected every copy of the Writ of the Three Sovereigns (Sanhuang wen) and burned them. Two or three centuries earlier, this text was only known in Jiangnan, where it was regarded as essential local lore. In the span of a few generations, it would become the cornerstone of one of the three basic corpora of the Daoist Canon, a pillar of Daoism—and a perceived threat to the state.

    This monograph traces an essential Daoist text from local tradition to empire-wide religion, unfolding a mysterious chapter of medieval China.

    Book Info:
    Title: The Writ of the Three Sovereigns: From Local Lore to Institutional Daoism
    Price:$450(HKD)
    Editor (s): Yanming An and Brian J. Bruya

    Enquiry

    The Chinese University Press, Business Division
    Mr. Ginn (Tel: 3943 9806; Email: michael_tlginn@cuhk.edu.hk)

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    In this Issue
    · University News
    · Alumni Activities
    · Entrepreneur in the Rye
    Alumnus Tat Lam uses blockchain to lift villages out of poverty
    · Study Opportunities
    · Alumni Benefit
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