Professor Lyu Aiping Dean of Chinese Medicine of HKBU and Director of the Law Sau Fai Institute for Advancing Translational Medicine in Bone & Joint Diseases

Osteosarcoma is a common primary malignant bone tumour afflicting children and adolescents. Thanks to Mr. Law Sau Fai’s generous support, our team has succeeded in developing an innovative targeted delivery system for treating the disease. In the experiments using a mouse model, the malignancy is effectively inhibited. We will proceed to apply this finding to tumour treatment.

Professor Jiming Liu Dean of Science and Chair Professor in Computer Science, HKBU

In the past six decades, the Faculty of Science has made tremendous achievements in academic development, ranging from value-added education programmes to advanced science and technology breakthroughs. With the generous support from our donors, the Faculty is proud to continue enriching students learning experiences, enabling students to embark on their eye- and mind-opening experiential learning and to fulfil their whole person education journeys. At the same time, the Faculty is motivated to pursue cutting-edge research innovations that positively impact society and the world. With the redevelopment of the Ho Sin Hang Campus in the near future, the Faculty will be ready for transition into a new era of growth and development to face tomorrow's challenges as well as opportunities.

Professor Daniel W.L. Lai Dean of Social Sciences and Chair Professor in Social Work, HKBU

The Faculty of Social Sciences is celebrating its Golden Jubilee Anniversary in 2021. Over the years, the Faculty has evolved vigorously to reach its current strength, emphasising both teaching and research and nurturing more than 30,000 graduates. While embracing multiple disciplines, it has established a wide array of research and service centres that focus on studying interaction between people and society and serving the community with impactful research. Against the backdrop of globalisation, the Faculty will continue to sharpen its edge and promote interdisciplinary research, thereby popularising social sciences and making the disciplines connect with our daily life.

Professor Ken K.L. Yung Director of Golden Meditech Centre for NeuroRegeneration Sciences, and Professor of Department of Biology of HKBU

With populations around the world ageing, it is predicted that the number of patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s will rise dramatically, posing an increasingly serious threat to public health. I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to Mr. Kam Yuen, Founder of Golden Meditech Holdings Limited, for his generous support for the establishment of the Golden Meditech Centre for NeuroRegeneration Sciences. The Centre will conduct in-depth research related to autologous neural stem cell therapy and other cell therapies that can potentially treat neurodegenerative and other diseases that are presently incurable.

Professor Jonathan Wong, BBS, MH, JP Director of Hong Kong Organic Resource Centre of HKBU

HKBU has always been committed to promoting environmental protection.  With donors’ support, the Hong Kong Organic Resource Centre organises an array of green projects every year to increase the awareness of the general public about the importance of environmental protection and organic lifestyle in order to foster a sustainable environment for the benefit of future generations.

Professor Li Min Director of Teaching and Research Division of School of Chinese Medicine of HKBU

The Mr. and Mrs. Ko Chi Ming Centre for Parkinson’s Disease Research, in close collaboration with first-class higher education institutions and research institutes on the Mainland and overseas, will explore and analyse the etiology and pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and discover new drugs in Chinese medicine for the prevention and treatment of the disease, benefiting all PD patients in Hong Kong and throughout the world.