On January 21, 2015, a busload of students from the mainland and students from the Department of Linguistics and Translation (LT) at City University of Hong Kong spent a week together experiencing the culture of Hong Kong, from its cinemas to the landscape, and from food to village life.
A CityU team seeks to empower retirees and working parents via an app that can help boost social harmony
Making our unique personal stories come to life enriches the cultural life of our city, teaches us about real-life history and helps us all understand each other.
The popularity of the internet means that knowledge about the globe is at our fingertips. We are more aware of the world around us in this era of globalisation.
Belinda Ng wowed us all with her many talents, and is most certainly a deserving Student of the Year Grand Prize winner. But let's not forget the other category winners.
Belinda Ng was nervous as she walked out of the interview room for the Student of the Year Grand Prize final judging. She thought she had “messed up”.
The Student of the Year Advisory Board welcomes two new members this year, and together they bring a wealth of experience.
Human rights, poverty, disease and pollution are themes that Grace Lam Tin-yan can confidently speak about. But when her name was called for her final interview, she was speechless.
The 12 finalists for the Student of the Year – Best Devotion to School Award gathered for a group photo with their judges. They were smiling politely and shifting meekly around according to the photographer’s directions.
It was an honour to serve an internship with Indigo Global Limited – a Hong Kong-based employee benefit consultancy – where I could explore the real business world.