The BUddy Post – HKBU Alumni Affairs Office

March 2024
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Treasures & Moments

Alumni Recent Happenings

Alumna Dr Marianna Tsang Participates in Cambodia Service Trip with HKBU Students

Dr Marianna Tsang (first row, fifth from left) poses for a group photo with the junior fellows.

Alumna Dr Marianna Tsang (Secretarial Management), President and Patron of HKBU Century Club, has established a connection with the Cambodia Kurmul International School (KIS) in Cambodia to provide service-learning opportunities for HKBU students. From 2 to 6 January, she accompanied around 20 HKBU students in a service-learning trip to Cambodia, in which various cultural exchange activities and workshops were organised by HKBU students for students from KIS. HKBU students were able to learn teamwork and leadership skills through these experiences, and gained an understanding of Cambodia’s history and culture through the trip.

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Dr Marianna Tsang (first row, fifth from left) poses for a group photo with the junior fellows.

Dr Marianna Tsang gives a sharing during the journey.

Dr Marianna Tsang gives a sharing during the journey.

Alumnus Dr Mui Kwong-chiu Awarded at The Secretary for Culture, Sports and Tourism’s Commendation Scheme

The Secretary for Culture, Sports and Tourism Mr Kevin Yeung (left) presents the award to alumnus Dr Mui Kwong-chiu (right).

Alumnus Dr Mui Kwong-chiu (Communication), Chairman of Hong Kong Composers’ Guild, was recently awarded at the first Secretary for Culture, Sports and Tourism’s Commendation Scheme Presentation Ceremony, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the development of arts and culture as well as creative industries over the years. Congratulations to alumnus Dr Mui!

Alumna Rachel Leung Yung-ting Awarded the Best Supporting Actress at the 17th Asian Film Awards

(Photo credit: Asian Film Awards Academy)

Alumna Rachel Leung Yung-ting (Acting for Film and Television) participated in the movie In Broad Daylight last year. On 10 March, alumna Leung was awarded the Best Supporting Actress at the 17th Asian Film Awards for her outstanding performance in the movie. Congratulations to alumna Leung!