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HKU welcomes the establishment of the Tam Wah-Ching Professorship in Medical Science

HKU welcomes the establishment of the Tam Wah-Ching Professorship in Medical Science

In October 2008, a ceremony was held to celebrate the establishment of the Tam Wah-Ching Professorship in Medical Science, which was made possible through a donation of $10 million from Dr Tam Wah-ching and matched by the University to form a permanent endowment of $20 million. The ceremony was attended by friends of Dr Tam …

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Paying Tribute to the Pursuit of Research Excellence

Paying Tribute to the Pursuit of Research Excellence

Endowed Professorships are created at HKU to provide perpetual support to areas of academic excellence. It is also a privileged honour bestowed upon our distinguished academics. With a close partnership between the academe and generous philanthropists, Endowed Professorships represent a promise to reach new levels of commitment to society and to humankind. Each Endowed Professorship …

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Silver Jubilee Class of 80+ brings equality and fraternity to disadvantaged children of Hong Kong

Silver Jubilee Class of 80+ brings equality and fraternity to disadvantaged children of Hong Kong

To celebrate its Silver Jubilee in a meaningful way, the Class of 80 initiated Growing Partners, a social capital building project that promotes co-operation, equality and mutual respect. The principle behind Growing Partners is to enhance the social exposure of disadvantaged children, thereby promoting life-changing opportunities and building a more inclusive and caring community. With the professional assistance …

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Class of '81 celebrates its Silver Jubilee by promoting equal opportunity and social inclusion for people with a disability

Class of ’81 celebrates its Silver Jubilee by promoting equal opportunity and social inclusion for people with a disability

1981 was declared the International Year of Disabled Persons (IYDP) by The United Nations and it became a milestone in the lives of millions of people with a disability over the world. To commemorate this significant year, the Class of ’81 choose to create a fund to support equal opportunity for people with a disability …

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