• A Thought-Provoking Cross-Cultural Summit

    114 students from across the world were felicitated for their winning research papers at the Undergraduate Awards (UA) Global Summit held in Dublin in November. HKU graduate Jack Li was one of them and here comes his sharing of the eye-opening experience.

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  • Mastering Transitions

    Ms Wendy Gan Kim-See (BA 1987) set up the Anissa Gan Scholarships for Arts Students Worldwide Exchange to create an enduring legacy in her sister’s memory that would give students the opportunity to open their minds and see what other cultures are like.

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  • The HKU Rhodes Scholar advocating for human rights

    Geoffrey Yeung Ka-Wai has been named the 2015 Rhodes Scholar for Hong Kong. The Rhodes Scholarship is one of the oldest and most prestigious academic awards for postgraduate students in the world.

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  • In Memory of a Brilliant, Fleeting Star

    The Class of 81 recently donated to the Springboard Scholarships via the Law Moon-yung Memorial Fund to support young doctors from modest backgrounds. The fund was set up to commermorate their brilliant classmate who suffered from leukaemia.

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  • From Ice-Cream to Cream of the Crop

    Dr Simon Wong Kam-kee started out at the bottom and rose to the top, but his memories of those days have compelled him to give students a helping hand. He has made several donations to HKU over the years, including to the new Springboard Scholarships.

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