HKBU welcomes delegation from Yan Oi Tong
Ms. Christina Lee delivered a speech
Dr. Li Yuen Wah gave a presentation on the School of Business’s recent developments
The delegation found the facilities at the Academy of Film impressive
The delegation toured around the School of Chinese Medicine
The delegation had a fruitful exchange with HKBU representatives during the luncheon
A 17-member delegation from Yan Oi Tong, led by its Chairperson Ms. Christina Lee, paid a visit to the University on 11 July 2017.
Professor Roland T. Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor, extended his warm welcome to the members of Yan Oi Tong for visiting the University despite their busy schedules. The delegation was briefed on the latest developments, as well as the uniqueness and strengths of HKBU. Professor Chin was delighted that HKBU shares the same vision and enthusiasm with Yan Oi Tong on whole person development. He looked forward to collaborating closely with Yan Oi Tong in nurturing more outstanding talents for the benefit of the community.
Since its establishment in 1977, Yan Oi Tong is one of the most influential charity organisations in Hong Kong. It has provided comprehensive services in areas such as social welfare, education, medical, recreational, environmental protection and social enterprises for all sectors of society. In her speech, Ms. Christina Lee expressed her appreciation for the visit and her sincere wish to establish more fruitful collaborations with the University, particularly in the area of youth development.
The visit began with a presentation on the School of Business’s recent developments by Dr. Li Yuen Wah, Senior Lecturer of Marketing cum Associate Director of the MBA and MSc in Business Management Programme. The delegation then visited the Academy of Film and the School of Chinese Medicine. They were warmly received by Mr. Andy Lee, Vice-President (Administration) and Secretary; Mr. Yeung Chee Kong, Associate Vice-President (Engagement); Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement and Secretary-General of the HKBU Foundation; and Dr. Liu Jing, Coordinator of the Dr. & Mrs. Hung Hin Shiu Museum of Chinese Medicine. A luncheon was hosted by Professor Chin after the visit.