The Lions and HKBU Chinese Medicine Charity Foundation receives HK$1.1 million from Hung Hin Shiu Charitable Foundation Limited and Dr. Lam Hoi Ham

11 April 2017


The Lions and HKBU Chinese Medicine Charity Foundation recently received generous donations of HK$1 million from Hung Hin Shiu Charitable Foundation Limited, Honorary Trustee of the HKBU Foundation, and HK$100,000 from Dr. Lam Hoi Ham, JP, Sponsoring Member of the HKBU Foundation, in support of the “Privilege Scheme of Chinese Medicine Service for the Elderly”. Jointly set up by the University and the Lions Clubs International District 303—Hong Kong & Macao, China in 2007, the Charity Foundation launched the Scheme to provide financial assistance for the elderly seeking treatment at HKBU Chinese medicine clinic.

In recognition of the donors’ generosity, a donation presentation-cum-donors’ plaque installation ceremony was held on 11 April 2017. The ceremony attracted over 50 guests and HKBU representatives including Dr. Lam Hoi Ham, JP, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation; Ms. Grace Fung, District Governor of the Lions Clubs International District 303 (Hong Kong & Macao, China); Dr. Hung Yeung Pong Wah, Honorary Trustee of the HKBU Foundation; Mr. Billy Hung, Member of the Board of Governors of the HKBU Foundation, and Mrs. Simmy Hung; Mrs. Elizabeth Wong, donor of the University; Professor Roland T. Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor of HKBU; Professor Rick Wong, Vice-President (Research and Development); Professor Lyu Aiping, Dean of Chinese Medicine; Professor Bian Zhaoxiang, Associate Vice-President and Director of the Clinical Division of the School of Chinese Medicine; Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement and Secretary-General of the Board of Governors of the HKBU Foundation, and Mr. Edmund Li, Director of Finance.