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Hiking Series: Hikers Unite!

From Sai Kung to Lantau, from Yuen Long to Shek O. Reservoirs, waterfalls, cherry blossoms, sunrise. Who says Hong Kong is all about skyscrapers and LKF? The city has lots to offer and by going on hikes, we learn something about the places we visit too. We aim to cover ten different trails this semester […]

Why MY research is MORE interesting than YOURS? // April 10, 2014

Fish sperm. Dark matter. Artificial intelligence. Abortion. Hong Kong triad. Forgotten rNA. These seem to be random phrases but on 10th April 2014 they were the key to lots of fun in Block B. A roomful of audience was armed with newspaper balls, waiting eagerly to ‘vote’ for their favourite presenters. Six research postgraduate residents […]

Luncheon with Elderly Citizens // March 22, 2014

Our first community luncheon was designed for and attended by over 300 senior citizens from the nearby community, where they enjoyed a Chinese “basin meal” with not only their friends, but our student helpers as well. Guests at the luncheon were delighted to be entertained by student and resident tutor volunteers’ performances including a traditional Chinese dance, […]

The Met: Live in HD at HKU // March 29, 2014

Chi Sun College is proud to present a magnificent season of The Met: Live in HD screenings at the Residential Colleges. The Gala Opening with Verdi’s Falstaff was held on March 29. Over 150 students and guests enjoyed a wonderful musical evening together in the Hall. Jointly organised with the Foundation for Arts and Music in […]

Luncheon with the Firefighters // March 30, 2014

For our second community luncheon, firemen from the nearby fire station, hall attendants, residential colleges office staff, and our friendly security guards joined us for a great lunch that served as a way for us to show our appreciation for their hard work. The guests were again entertained by student and resident tutor volunteers’ performances […]

Stay Healthy Stay Fit Yoga Series

Due to popular demand, our College engaged a qualified and experienced yoga instructor to conduct six weekly classes for our residents. The participants were corrected of bad postures and learned how stretch and breathe properly. We now slouch no more and can bend it like Beckham! (almost)

Meditation Series: Relaxed Mind and Body

Taught by our very own tutor, Ven. Jue Tao, the first three meditation classes in the RC focused on the methods of mind and body relaxation. The participants then graduated to a walking meditation on a beach at Lamma Island.  In a city that never stops, this series of meditation ensure that our residents take […]

Global Studies in Hong Kong: Relevancy & Irrelevancy // Feb 13, 2014

Hong Kong. A single name but a thousand issues and questions.  And who else better than Dr. Simon Shen to share his opinions with us? Dr. Shen is one of the few international relations scholars from Hong Kong who earned both international recognition and local prominence with his scholarship on contemporary anti-Western Chinese nationalism. The […]