The BUddy Post – HKBU Alumni Affairs Office

March 2024
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Treasures & Moments

HKBU Delegation Pays a Visit to Shanghai and Meets with HKBU Alumni Association of Shanghai at a Dinner

HKBU Delegation including Ms Christine Chow (front row, middle) and Dr Melanie Lee (front row, first from right) have a dinner gathering with representatives of HKBUSHAA including alumni Gilman Too (front row, second from left) and Leon Huang (front row, second from right).

On 13 March, the HKBU Delegation led by Vice-President (Administration) and Secretary Ms Christine Chow arrived in Shanghai for a four-day visit. During the visit, the Delegation, including Ms Christine Chow and Dr Melanie Lee, Director of Alumni Affairs, had a dinner gathering with representatives of HKBU Alumni Association of Shanghai (HKBUSHAA), including alumnus Gilman Too (Communication), Honorary President; alumnus Leon Huang (MBA), President; and alumni Chen Junliang (Applied Economics), Lee Yee-ping (Business Administration), Lin Lin (Media Management), Kenny Wong (Geography) and Kitty Yeung (Business Administration).

During the dinner, the Delegation discussed with representatives of HKBUSHAA on how to foster and expand the connections between Shanghai alumni and their alma mater. Ms Christine Chow invited HKBUSHAA to render their full support for the alumni gathering which will be held in Shanghai this year, with the hope of uniting the alumni there through the extensive network of HKBUSHAA and strengthening their ties with alma mater. Alumnus Gilman Too also took the opportunity to share the latest developments of the Association with the Delegation, including the number of members which had been growing constantly. The attending alumni also pledged their dedication to continually support the development of the University and promote the exchange and collaboration between the University and different parties in Shanghai.

The University would like to thank alumnus Gilman Too for his staunch support and arrangement to ensure a smooth visit of the Delegation.

The University prepares water bottles and scarfs imprinted with the HKBU logo as souvenirs for the Shanghai alumni in appreciation of their continuous support.