Tsim Sha Tsui District Kai Fong Welfare Association Building Opening Ceremony cum Open Day
Professor Bian Zhaoxiang (right) introduced the facilities of the Chinese Medicine Specialty Clinic to Mr. Jack Chan (centre) and Mr. Shun Chi Ming
The Tsim Sha Tsui District Kai Fong Welfare Association, Honorary Permanent President of the HKBU Foundation, and HKBU jointly organised the Tsim Sha Tsui District Kai Fong Welfare Association Building Opening Ceremony cum Open Day on 7 March 2018. Officiating guests of the Opening Ceremony included Mr. Jack Chan, JP, Acting Secretary for Home Affairs of the HKSAR; Mr. So Chung Ping, MH, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Association; and Professor Roland T. Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor of HKBU.
Other guests attending the Opening Ceremony included Mr. Liu Guoqiang, Deputy Director General of the Kowloon Sub-office of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the HKSAR; Mr. Shun Chi Ming, JP, Director of the Hong Kong Observatory of the HKSAR; Mr. Terrence Ho, Assistant District Officer (Yau Tsim Mong); Mr. Chris Ip, JP, Chairman of the Yau Tsim Mong District Council; and Mr. Pun Kwok Wah, JP, Chairman of the Kowloon City District Council. Mr. Andy Lee, Vice-President (Administration) and Secretary; Professor Bian Zhaoxiang, Associate Vice-President (Chinese Medicine Development) and Director of the Clinical Division of the School of Chinese Medicine; Professor Ricky Wong, Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning) cum Academic Registrar; Mr. Yeung Chee Kong, Associate Vice-President (Engagement); Professor Lyu Aiping, Dean of Chinese Medicine; Dr. Lawrence Tsang, Acting Dean of Continuing Education; and Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement and Secretary-General of the HKBU Foundation also joined the Opening Ceremony on behalf of the University.
The six-storeyed Tsim Sha Tsui District Kai Fong Welfare Association Building currently houses the HKBU Chinese Medicine Specialty Clinic and the Tsimshatsui Learning Centre operated by the School of Continuing Education. The clinic has seven private consultation rooms and four well-equipped treatment rooms to provide a broad spectrum of Chinese medicine services covering areas of internal diseases, pediatrics, tui na, acupuncture, ophthalmology and gynecology, as well as specialty services targeting children with autism spectrum disorder and patients with skin conditions. Located in the same building, the School of Continuing Education’s Learning Centre has 22 classrooms for the use of lectures and seminars, providing a wide range of programmes for the public to pursue further education in a variety of disciplines under a well-equipped teaching and learning environment.