03 Mar 2020 Issue no .164
   
Alumni Benefit

  • Exclusive 15% Discount Offer for MenCare and WomenCare Health Check Programme - CUHK Medical Clinic
  • 20% off for purchasing “How the Red Sun Rose” in Online Bookstore – CU Press

Exclusive 15% Discount Offer for MenCare and WomenCare Health Check Programme - CUHK Medical Clinic

Offer

Enjoy an additional discount of 15%, with personalized health check plan starting from HK$2,125

  • Discount Details: Please click here
  • Programme Details: Please click here
  • Promotion Code: CUAL15

Eligibility

CUHK alumni

Offer period

From now until 31 Dec

Appointment/reservation

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20% off for purchasing “How the Red Sun Rose in Online Bookstore – CU Press

Special Offer

20% off for purchasing “How the Red Sun Rose” in CU Press online bookstore

Description

The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press is pleased to announce that How the Red Sun Rose: The Origins and Development of the Yan’an Rectification Movement, 1930–1945, by the late PRC historian Gao Hua and translated by Stacy Mosher and Guo Jian, has received an Honorable Mention for the 2020 Joseph Levenson Post-1900 Book Prize.

Awarded by the Association for Asian Studies, the largest scholarly organization of its kind, the Levenson Prize is widely considered to be one of the most prestigious academic book prizes in the field of China Studies.  This special recognition makes the late Gao Hua (1954–2011) the first PRC scholar to receive such an honor.  This also made CUHK Press, the publishing house of the Chinese- and English-language editions of How the Red Sun Rose, the first Asian publisher to receive an honorable mention for the Levenson prize.

Valid Date

Now - 30 Apr

Instruction

Select the book and place it in the "Shopping Cart". Enter " REDSUN2020" as Coupon Code and Click on "Apply Coupon" to enjoy the discount.

English version: Please click here
Chinese Version: Please click here

Enquiry

The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, Business Division
Mr. Ginn
Tel: 3943 9806
Email: michael_tlginn@cuhk.edu.hk

 

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In this Issue
· University News
· Alumni Benefit
· On and Off : Sally Chue Combines the Best of Online and Offline Businesses
· Study Opportunities
· Alumni Activities
· Career Opportunities

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