06 Aug 2019 Issue no .157
   
University News

  • 21st Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk Factors – East Meets West Symposium
  • CUHK Mooncake for Sales
  • Art Museum exhibitions and activities
  • The Pursuit of Wisdom Public Lecture Series- Filial Piety and Business Enterprise: Why Is Filial Piety Good For Business?
  • 21st Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk Factors – East Meets West Symposium

    DetailsPlease click here
    RegistrationPlease click here
    Application deadlineAbstract by 9 Aug (Fri)
    Early-bird by 15 Aug (Thu)
    Enquiry

    Symposium Secretariat
    Tel: 2646 0375
    Email: enquiry_EMW2019@cuhk.edu.hk

    Lay Programme (to be conducted in Cantonese)

    DetailsPlease click here
    RegistrationPlease click here
    Application deadline20 Sep (Fri)
    Enquiry

    Symposium Secretariat
    Tel: 2646 0375
    Email: enquiry_EMW2019@cuhk.edu.hk


    CUHK Mooncake for Sales

    The University has joined hands with Caritas La Vie, a local social enterprise which provides job opportunities for the mentally disabled through its baking workshop, to produce "CUHK Mooncake" and has invited Kelly, a Fine Arts student, to design the packaging box. Each "CUHK Mooncake" is customized with the University's name and is made of low sugar white lotus seed paste with two yolks.

    A box of 4 pieces will be offered at HK$300. For each box sold, the CUHK‧Care service team will deliver a free mooncake to the elderly in Shatin and Tai Po. Moreover, proceeds from the mooncake sales will be donated to support I‧CARE Programme of the University.

    Your strong support will be much appreciated and we look forward to your patronage. Please download the order form below and return to Communication and Public Relations Office(CPRO) before 13 Aug (Tue).

    Order form: http://www.cpr.cuhk.edu.hk/mooncake/orderform.pdf

    If you are interested to join the Service Team to visit the elderly, please feel free to visit the below page:
    http://www.cpr.cuhk.edu.hk/mooncake/social-service

    For more information, you may visit the website: http://www.cpr.cuhk.edu.hk/mooncake or contact Fiona Hui (39433945) or Winnie Shek (39438642) from CPRO.


    Art Museum exhibitions and activities

    Exhibition: Strokes of Wonder: Figure Painting by Ren Bonian from the National Art Museum of China

    Exhibition PeriodNow till 18 Aug
    TimeMon - Sat 10:00am - 5:00pm
    Sun and Public Holidays 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Closed
    Thu, Christmas, New Year, Lunar New Year and Easter Holidays
    VenueGallery II and III, Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    DetailsPlease click here
    AdmissionFree Admission. Members of the public are welcome to visit the exhibition.
    Enquiry

    Tel: 3943 7416

    Exhibition: Simplicity and Splendour: Chinese Furniture from 18th to 20th Century

    Exhibition PeriodNow till 22 Sep
    TimeMon - Sat 10:00am - 5:00pm
    Sun and Public Holidays 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Closed
    Thu, Christmas, New Year, Lunar New Year and Easter Holidays
    VenueGallery IV, Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Details Please click here
    AdmissionFree Admission. Members of the public are welcome to visit the exhibition.
    Enquiry

    Tel: 3943 7416

    Guided tour: Art Hit

    Date5 Jul (Fri) / 16 Aug (Fri)
    Time 1:30pm - 1:50pm
    VenueBookstore, Gallery II, Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    LanguageCantonese
    Details Would you like to immerse yourself into Chinese arts for 20 minutes after lunch? Director of the Art Museum is ready to share some highlighted exhibits at the guided tours.
    AdmissionNo registration required. Please be punctual.
    Enquiry

    Email: eocartmuseum@cuhk.edu.hk

    Xuanhuitang Lecture Series (August)

    Date16 Aug (Fri)
    Time3:00pm - 5:00pm
    Venue L1, Institute of Chinese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Details

    Topic 1: Figure Paintings of Ren Bonian
    Speaker 1: ZHANG Jin ( Associate Professor, Department of Fine Arts, CUHK)
    Language: Putonghua

    Topic 2: Xu Beihong's Portrait of Ren Bonian
    Speaker 2: Chan Fong Fong (PhD, Department of Fine Arts, CUHK)
    Language: Cantonese

    AdmissionPlease click here
    Enquiry

    Tel: 3943 7416


    The Pursuit of Wisdom Public Lecture Series- Filial Piety and Business Enterprise: Why Is Filial Piety Good For Business?

    SpeakerProfessor David Faure, Wei Lun Research Professor of History and Director of Centre for China Studies of CUHK
    LanguageConducted in Cantonese
    Date9 Sep (Mon)
    Time5:00pm - 6:30pm
    VenueLecture Theatre 1, Cheng Yu Tung Building, CUHK, Shatin (Exit B of MTR University Station)
    Admission Free admission
    Details and Registration Please click here
    Enquiry

    Tel:39438677
    E-mail:cpr@cuhk.edu.hk

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    In this Issue
    · University News
    · Alumni Activities
    · Reaching for the Stars
    How Alumnus Savio Fong turned his love for astronomy into a business
    · Study Opportunities
    · Alumni Benefit
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