The Chinese University of Hong Kong
學術交流處(中國事務)
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Nov 01, 2013 Volume 87
Office of Academic Links(China)
Incoming Visits

- Visit of Prof. Lu Luxi, Vice President of Fourth Military Medical University
- Visit of Vice Minister of the National Health and Family and Planning Commission and Commissioner of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Visit of College of Chinese Opera from the Shanghai Theatre Academy
- Visit of Provost of the University of Nottingham, Ningbo

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Visit of Prof. Lu Luxi, Vice President of Fourth Military Medical University

A delegation led by Prof. Lu Luxi, Vice President of Fourth Military Medical University (FMMU) visited the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) on 10 October 2013. The aim of visit was to understand the information and technology application in CUHK.

The delegation met with Prof. Fanny Cheung, Vice-Chancellor; Yu Jun of Institute of Digestive Medicine; and Mr. Cheng Che-Hoo, Associate Director of Information Technology Services Centre; and representatives from Head of Medical Information Technology to understand the overall development of information technology application in the University and in the Prince of Wales Hospital, the University teaching hospital. The delegates also visited the University Library to understand information resources management of the University Library System and the Li Ping Medical Library.

FMMU is one of the close collaboration partners of CUHK. The two universities have launched a number of collaborative projects, such as the State Key Laboratory of Cancer Biology CUHK Joint Research Base in Shenzhen. Through the visit, the delegation of FMMU gained more information about the University and strengthened linkage with CUHK. 

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Visit of Vice Minister of the National Health and Family and Planning Commission and Commissioner of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine

A delegation led by Mr. Wang Guoqiang, Vice Minister of the National Health and Family and Planning Commission (NHFPC) and Commissioner of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SATCM) led a delegation to the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) on 31 October 2013 to understand the research development of Chinese medicine in CUHK.

The delegation met with Prof. Benjamin Wah, Acting-Vice-Chancellor; Prof. Francis Chan, Dean of Faculty of Medicine; Prof. Justin Wu, Associate Dean of Faculty of Medicine; Prof. C.K. Wong and Prof. P.C. Leung of Institute of Chinese Medicine; Prof. Albert Leung of School of Chinese Medicine; and Prof. Liang Songming, Director of Hong Kong Institute of Integrative Medicine. During the meeting, CUHK representatives gave presentations on the development of Chinese medicine, research on traditional healing and western medicine, and recent collaborations with relevant institutions in Mainland China. Both parties discussed the future development of Chinese medicine and explored collaboration opportunities from research to training at the meeting. 

The delegates gained an overview of the development of Chinese Medicine in the University via the exchange opportunity and enhanced ties with CUHK for further collaborations. 

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Visit of College of Chinese Opera from the Shanghai Theatre Academy

Mr. Guo Yu, President of Shanghai Opera School affiliated to the Shanghai Theatre Academy led a 59-member delegation to CUHK on 7-11 October and gave two performances of Peking and Kunqu opera. With the aim of promoting Chinese culture through the performances of three major traditional Chinese operas, CUHK organized the 'An Operatic Journey of Cultural Heritage through Peking, Kunqu and Cantonese Traditions' in celebration of its Golden Jubilee. The performances from the delegates were well-received by more than a thousand participants.

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Visit of Provost of the University of Nottingham, Ningbo

Prof. Nick Miles, Provost of the University of Nottingham, Ningbo visited the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) on 16 October 2013 to forge academic linkage. The delegation met with Prof. Benjamin Wah, Acting-Vice-Chancellor of CUHK to understand the recent development of the University. Both parties discussed collaboration opportunities in student interflow programs.

CUHK representatives greet the delegation led by Prof. Lu Luxi, Vice President of Fourth Military Medical University

The delegation from the Fourth Military Medical University visits ITSC

The delegation from the Fourth Military Medical University visits the Library

Visit of Mr. Wang Guoqiang (middle), Vice Minister of the National Health and Family and Planning Commission and Commissioner of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine

CUHK representatives welcome the delegation from of the National Health and Family and Planning Commission and the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine

CUHK representatives meet the delegation from of the National Health and Family and Planning Commission and the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Prof. Nick Miles (2nd left), Provost of the University of Nottingham, Ningbo meets with Prof. Benjamin Wah (2nd right), Provost of CUHK

 
 
:: Back to This Issue
:: Outgoing Visits
:: Partnership Linkage
:: Academic Exchange
:: Student Interflow Activities
:: Linkages Activities
:: Incoming Visits
:: Executive Exchange Program
:: Invitation: Lecture Series by CAE Academicians on 20 November, 2013
:: Forthcoming Activities
:: The Latest Academic Exchange Agreements


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