Visit by The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong

17 July 2015
 Prof. Rick Wong presented a souvenir to the Association
 Dr. Eddy Li delivered a speech
 Welcoming remarks by Prof. Rick Wong
 The delegation visited the School of Chinese Medicine

A delegation of 19 members from The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong (CMA), led by its President Dr. Eddy Li, BBS, JP, paid a visit to the University on 17 July 2015.

Professor Rick Wong, Acting President and Vice-Chancellor, extended his gratitude to members of CMA for taking time out from their busy schedules to visit the University. The delegation was briefed on the latest developments of HKBU, including the Institute of Creativity, the Partner State Key Laboratory of Environmental and Biological Analysis, and the University’s engagement with the Mainland. Professor Wong also expressed his sincere appreciation to CMA for its staunch support for the University over the years.

Founded in 1934, CMA aims to promote Hong Kong's trade and industrial development, and offer views and suggestions to the government. In addition, CMA is dedicated to participating in community development work. In his speech, Dr. Eddy Li praised HKBU for its vision and efforts in developing different specialised disciplines, such as Business Administration and Chinese Medicine. Dr. Li looked forward to the continuous collaboration between CMA and HKBU in nurturing talent for the community.

The visit began with an introduction to the recent developments at the School of Chinese Medicine by Dr. Yu Zhiling, Associate Director of the Technology Development Division of the School. The delegation then visited the School of Chinese Medicine and they were warmly received by Professor Ricky Wong, Associate Vice-President; Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement; Ms. Helen Tsang, Head of the Secretariat of the School of Chinese Medicine; and Dr. Liu Jing, Coordinator of the Dr. & Mrs. Hung Hin Shiu Museum of Chinese Medicine. During the visit, Professor Rick Wong hosted a lunch for the guests.