Chief Secretary for Administration Mr. Chan Kwok-ki Visits HKSYU: Progressing with the Times to Respond to the Needs of Young People
The Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr. Chan Kwok-ki attended the “JMC Talk” held by the Department of Journalism and Communication of HKSYU on January 17, sharing his views on the “Youth Development Blueprint”. Mr. Chan expressed the need to nurture a new generation of young people with an affection for our country and Hong Kong and equipped with a global perspective, adopting a positive attitude towards young people, strengthening the sense of ownership of young people, and responding to the needs of young people in a timely manner.
Shue Yan Sociology students represent Hong Kong to Promote Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage
9 Sociology students won in the 2022 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area College Student Creativity Festival (Hong Kong Division) and the winning teams were selected to represent Hong Kong to participate the final contest held in Guangzhou in May.
Academic Vice President Professor CHAN Ching Selina was Appointed as a Member of AAB
The Government recently announced the membership of the Antiquities Advisory Board in its new term, Professor CHAN Ching Selina, Academic Vice President of HKSYU was appointed as a new member for a two-year term. Prof. CHAN Ching is a professor in the Department of Sociology, her research interests focus on cultural heritage and collective memories, food and identities, religion and intangible cultural heritage, as well as kinship, lineage and colonialism. She is also a member of the Sub-committee on ICH Items under the Intangible Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Lord Wilson Heritage Trust.
BA Student Jessica Wins International Award for Innovative Project
Our student wins an international award. The International Unit has previously launched a Virtual International Online Program for our students in collaboration with the Singapore University of Social Science (SUSS), the third-year student Jessica from the BBA HRMAP programme successfully stood out of multinational participants after completing the courses, and won The Most Liked Solution Award by the Make A Difference (MAD) course of SUSS.
Smart Investigating & Insurance Seminar
To enhance students' knowledge of personal financial planning, the Office of Student Affairs and the Department of Economics and Finance jointly organized a seminar on "Smart Investigating and Insurance" on 22 February 2023. Dr. Ringo Chan, the representative of the Investor and Financial Education Council (IFEC) was invited as the guest speaker.
The Department of Chinese Language and Literature Organized Cantopop Lyrics Lecture to Examine Keung To's Influence
The Department of Chinese Language and Literature of HKSYU organized the third "Hong Kong Cantopop Lyrics Lecture". Prof. CHEUNG Siu-Keung, Vice President (University Administration) of HKSYU and professor of the Department of Sociology hosted the lecture with the theme "Uninvolved: The Self-Writing of Keung To's Songs". By examining the lyrics wri
JMC Talk: Sustaining Professional News in the Digital Era
The Department of Journalism and Communication held the "JMC Talk" on "How to Sustain Professional News in the Digital Era" on February 28. Prof. Clement So, Associate Dean (Interdisciplinary Programmes) of the Faculty of Social Science at CUHK, Prof. Raymond Li, Head of the Department of Journalism of Hong Kong Baptist University, Mr. Loh Chan, CE
CIEBPR Webinar to Kick Start New Funded Project in Human Resilience
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Evidence-based Practice and Research (CIEBPR) of Hong Kong Shue Yan University hosted a webinar on February 13, 2023 to engage in a conversation on human resilience and adaptation, a pressing topic for present and future times.
Student Ambassador Programme Held Sharing and Exchange Activities
The Graduation Ceremony of the 1st Student Ambassador Programme and the Opening Ceremony of the 2nd Student Ambassador Programme were successfully held on February 7. A group of student ambassadors exchanged views with the guests and shared their experiences of participating in the activities.