HKBU welcomes delegation from Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association
Dr. Albert Chau introduced to the delegation the latest developments of HKBU
Ms. Pam Mak delivered a speech
Dr. Li Yuen Wah gave a presentation on the recent developments of the School of Business
Ms. Cecily Wong introduced the distinctive features of the Hong Kong Organic Resource Centre
The delegation found the facilities at the Academy of Film impressive
The delegation visited the Dr. and Mrs. Hung Hin Shiu Museum of Chinese Medicine
The delegation had a fruitful exchange with HKBU representatives during the luncheon
A 17-member delegation from the Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association (HKSME), led by its Chairperson Ms. Pam Mak, paid a visit to the University on 21 May 2018.
Dr. Albert Chau, Vice-President (Teaching and Learning), extended his warm welcome to members of HKSME for visiting the University despite their busy schedules. The delegation was briefed on the latest developments, including the student exchange, service learning and experiential learning opportunities, as well as the uniqueness and strengths of HKBU. He looked forward to collaborating closely with the Association in nurturing more outstanding talents for the benefit of the community.
Founded in 1996, HKSME creates support platforms to provide comprehensive services for the industries in need and also create new business opportunities for all small and medium enterprises in Hong Kong. Ms. Pam Mak appreciated greatly the University’s dedication to delivering holistic, creativity-inspiring and broad-based education. On behalf of the Association, she expressed her sincere wish to establish more fruitful collaborations with the University, particularly in the areas of entrepreneurship, internships and exchange programmes.
Dr. Li Yuen Wah and Ms. Cecily Wong, Senior Lecturer of Marketing cum Associate Director of the MBA Programme of the School of Business and Assistant Centre Executive of the Hong Kong Organic Resource Centre respectively, gave a presentation on the recent developments and unique features of the School and the Centre to the guests. The delegation then visited the facilities at the Academy of Film as well as the School of Chinese Medicine. They were warmly received by Mr. Yeung Chee Kong, Associate Vice-President (Engagement) and Mrs. Lily Chan, Director of University Advancement and Secretary-General of the Hong Kong Baptist University Foundation. A luncheon was hosted by Dr. Chau after the visit.