Visit by representatives of Koi Investment Partners

08 February 2018
 Dr. Winzenburg introduced to the guests the featured facilities at the Department of Music
 Prof. Chung introduced the sports facilities to the guests
 The guests toured around Dr. Stephen Hui Research Centre for Physical Recreation and Wellness
 The guests were impressed by the Academy of Film’s facilities
 The guests visited the Jewellery Design Studio of the Academy of Visual Arts
 The guests had a fruitful exchange with HKBU representatives during the luncheon

Mr. Kenny Cheung and Dr. Albert Cheung, Chairman and Director of Quantitative Research of Koi Investment Partners International Limited respectively, visited the University on 8 February 2018. They were warmly received by Professor Michael Ng, Head of the Department of Mathematics; Dr. John Winzenburg, Acting Head of the Department of Music; Professor Chung Pak Kwong, Head of Physical Education; Professor Chow Bik Chu, Director of Dr. Stephen Hui Research Centre for Physical Recreation and Wellness; Mr. Man Shu Sum, Associate Director of the Academy of Film; Dr. Bryan Chung, Associate Professor of the Academy of Visual Art; and Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement and Secretary-General of the HKBU Foundation.

The guests first visited the Department of Music, and then toured around the Department of Physical Education, the Academy of Film and the Academy of Visual Arts. During the visit, the HKBU representatives introduced to the guests the strengths and uniqueness of the University’s teaching and learning programmes. The guests were also showcased the featured facilities and the competitive edges of the University’s development, particularly in the cluster of Creative Media including film, music and visual/media arts as well as Physical Education.

Professor Roland T. Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor, hosted a lunch for the guests at his residence Shiu Pong Hall after the visit. They were joined by Dr. Albert Chau, Vice-President (Teaching and Learning); Professor Johnny Poon, Acting Dean of Arts; and Professor Eva Man, Director of the Academy of Film. Professor Chin expressed his sincere wish to have more fruitful collaborations with Mr. Cheung and his Company, particularly in the areas of Creative Media and Physical Education in the years to come.