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July 2019
President Chin Hosts a Dinner for Alumni and Eminent Community Leaders
On 20 June, President Prof. Roland Chin hosted a dinner at his residence, Shiu Pong Hall, for alumni and eminent community leaders. Attending guests included Dr. Polly Cheung, Founder of Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation and her spouse Mr. Chan Yuk-kwan, Chairman of the Board of Governors of Hong Kong Sinfonietta; Mrs. Eliza Fok,Chairman of Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation; Mr. Madoda Ntshinga, Consul-General of the Republic of South Africa in Hong Kong and Macao and Mrs. Zukiswa Ntshinga;alumnus So Wing-kin, Managing Director of Glad Link Properties Limited and Mrs. Nora So; Miss Janet Wong, Ex-Commissioner for Innovation and Technology of HKSAR and her spouse Mr. Raymond Wong, Former Permanent Secretary for Civil Service Bureau of HKSAR.

At the dinner, President Chin shared with the guests the development of HKBU and guests were keen on exchanging views on various topics. Guests were also presented a health soup pack and a herbal tea pack from HKBU-Jockey Club Chinese Medicine Disease Prevention and Health Management Centre as souvenir.

Prior to the dinner, some guests also joined a campus tour visiting the Academy of Visual Arts and School of Chinese Medicine, and obtained a good understanding of the University’s latest developments as well as talent of BU students.

(Front row from left) Miss Janet Wong, Mrs.Zukiswa Ntshinga, Mrs. Nora So, Mrs. Zina Chin, Dr. Polly Cheung and Mrs. Eliza Fok
(Back row from left) Dr. Albert Chau, Vice-President (Teaching and Learning), Dr. Melanie Lee, Director of Alumni Affairs, Prof. Clayton MacKenzie, Provost, Mr. Raymond Wong, Mr. Madoda Ntshinga, President Prof. Roland Chin, Mr. Chan Yuk-kwan, Mr. William Lun, year-4 student of the Department of Economics, alumnus So Wing-kin and Mr. C.K. Yeung, Associate Vice-President (Engagement)
Prof. Bian Zhaoxiang (first from left), Associate Vice-President (Chinese Medicine Development) together with Prof. Lyu Aiping (second from left), Dean of Chinese Medicine tour the guests around the Museum of Chinese Medicine and Chinese Medicines Centre.
Dr. Bryan Chung (third from right), Associate Professor of Academy of Visual Arts, poses for a group photo with attending guests.
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