The Faculty of Arts held the Master’s Degree Graduation Ceremony on 18 November at the University Hall. A total of 985 master’s degrees were conferred at the Congregation.
Professor Poon Wai-yin, Pro-Vice-Chancellor presided over the Congregation. Dr. Chen Fong-ching, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, CUHK, as guest of honour, gave a speech named “My fifty years with CUHK” at the Congregation. Dr. Chen gave an account of the key changes taken place in the University and in Hong Kong through his personal stories. After the Ceremony, graduates shared the joyful moment with teachers, friends and family members under the blue sky.
Please click here for the full speech delivered by Dr. Chen Fong-ching.
CUHK Orientation Day for Undergraduate Admissions held on 5 November attracted about 54 thousand prospective students and visitors. A series of activities, including admissions talks, exhibitions and programme consultations, guided tours and open house activities were organized by our respective departments and teaching units. Secondary school students and parents visited our booths at Esther Lee Building in Chung Chi College to gain the latest information about the Faculty and our major programmes. The admission talks attracted a full house of audience.
The "International Symposium on Chinese in the Maritime Silk Road" will be held at The Chinese University of Hong Kong on April 7-8, 2017. The symposium is jointly organized by the T. T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre, Institute of Chinese Studies and the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, and co-organized by the Global China Research Programme and The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library. It focuses on the linguistic properties of Chinese spoken in the countries and areas along the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road.
Subsequent to the overwhelming response received last summer, the Faculty reran the event “One Day @ CUHK with Arts" with the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid on Saturday, 2 July 2016. The event was a one-day camp aimed at providing Secondary school students the opportunity to have a glimpse of university life and to gain a better understanding of the Faculty of Arts. The event of this year drew over 200 participants.
A series of activities were offered. Professor Leung Yuen Sang, Dean of Arts, delivered a welcome speech and provided a brief introduction of the Faculty. It was followed by student and alumnus sharing, parallel lectures and campus tour.