May 2022 Issue

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HKMU staff and students have been helping the community overcome the toughest time of the pandemic in different capacities, which include performing N95 respirator fit tests for frontline workers, supporting vaccination for children and the elderly, setting up a support centre for the Hospital Authority's Covid-19 hotline, and running online summer classes for primary and secondary school students.
What's New
The career development of Jojo Wong Yin-ting, a graduate of the BBA in Marketing programme, is inseparable from her relationship with horses. She is a Level 2 National Coach in Olympic Disciplines of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) – one of the only two persons holding this qualification in Greater China. Having worked in riding training and equestrian therapy for years, Jojo started building her business in the equine industry in recent years, blazing new trails as she took hold of new opportunities.
Rediscover Your Alma Mater
With the fifth wave of the pandemic has been gradually subsiding, the University has also resumed its service to students, alumni and visitors.

The Information Centre currently located on G/F of the Main Campus has been providing enquiry services to both students and visitors since its first introduction in 1996. By then it was called the Students and Visitors Information Centre, equipping with a touch-screen computer and playing videos to furnish visitors with information of the Open Learning Institute.

Later, it had been relocated to the Courtyard (the current location of MU Café) with a self-help area open 24 hours a day.
Happy Share
Dissertation on hand hygiene published
New release of proses collection
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