e-bulletin (Issue 102) - 17 Jan 2018

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17 Jan 2018 (Issue 102)

The Million Dollar Matching Challenge fundraising campaign will end on 31 Mar! Grab the final chance to match Council Chairman Mr Michael Wong’s $1 million contribution and support the OUHK Jockey Club Institute of Healthcare development project.

Come for programme information, course selection advice, programme application and on-the-spot admission interviews for selected programmes on 10 Feb (Sat) afternoon. Non-JUPAS applicants and parents welcome.

Offers information on senior year admission on the afternoons of 19 Jan (Fri) and 20 Jan (Sat).

Ms Lee Mei-yin, Special Researcher of Dunhuang Research Academy, will take the audience on a two-hour ramble through Dunhuang on 31 Jan (Wed), with a precious art collection.

Prof. Cheung Kwong Yue, Head and Chair Professor of the Department of Chinese of the Hang Seng Management College, will decipher the connections between Chinese characters, relics and culture on 22 Jan (Mon).

Known as 'Tai Kung', the former Central Police Station compound once encompassed the functions of police station, court and gaol. On 23 Jan (Tue), retired Senior Superintendent Mr Henry Ho Ming-sun will talk about the history of this one-stop mode of justice.
Prof. Ion M. Tomus (Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania):
• on Sibiu International Theatre Festival, 30 Jan (Tue) and 31 Jan (Wed)

Prof. Octavian Saiu (National University of Theatre and Film, Romania):
• on Beckett and Ionesco, 6 Feb (Tue)
• on theatrical modernism, 13 Feb (Tue)

Campus Updates
The ceremony on 15 Dec kicked off construction work on the new institute. The naming ceremony was held on the same occasion.
Undergraduate students from different programmes share their fruitful lives at the OUHK including their experiences during studies, competitions, internships and overseas exchanges, to name but a few.
Programme Info
Explores how criminology, penology, social policy studies and psychology contribute to crime control at macro and micro levels.
(Only Chinese info available)
(Only Chinese info available)
Open for Learning

• Why Build Green? World Trend and Policies in Hong Kong
• Great Speakers Series: Are you eating healthily? (Yim Ho) (in Cantonese)
• China Institute Seminar Series: Grasping New Opportunities in the New Era (Yi Gang) (in Putonghua)
Alumni Corner

The January issue of Alumni Linkage is out! Alumni are welcome to share their latest news and moves with the alumni community.

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