School of Chinese Medicine Brings Traditional Medical Practice to New Heights
Chair Sek-ying on The Nethersole School of Nursing’s past, present and future
Yannie Soo strikes a perfect balance between work and family
CUHK releases Hong Kong’s first report card on physical activity
Yuen Man-pan’s lifelong devotion to children with cancer
Susanne Choi investigates the compromising of sexual orientation with family obligations
A comic-book look at the SHHO x Zheng Sheng marathon coalition
Chung Chi College graduate Mavis Wong on her new life as a reporter
Meet the recipient of the S.H. Ho Eminent College Scholarship
CUHK marshals education into the cyber age
Steve Chung explains what’s behind the country’s success and troubles
Isabel Hwang flips the classroom of biomedical sciences
A multi-sensory experience offered by COFFEE Lover Café
Gladys Tang advocates sign language for everyone
Lee Yu-ming's prescriptions for poor countries
The Special Collections of the CUHK Library help keep history alive
Agnes Chan starts a social enterprise for children with autism
Hung Fei-nga speaks out for the marginalized
Meet Fong Wing-ping who is the new Head of Chung Chi College
Thomas Au motivates his students to explore science from difference perspectives
An exclusive interview with the new Council Chairman Norman Leung
Five reasons behind the game's wild success
Victor Chan’s take on the less explored neurology
A collaborative artwork by Joseph Sung and Philip Chiu
Shaw students learn to facilitate cultural integration
Vincent Cheng bids farewell to his service in CUHK Council
How EduVenture® offers a futuristic exploratory experience
The way to presidency of the Postgraduate Student Association
Yeung Yue-man takes a short overview of his long and illustrious career.
Director of the English Language Teaching Unit Jose Lai breaks the mould to motivate students from different disciplines to do well in English.
Evelyn Chan talks about the use and value of a degree in literature.
Natalie Chung and Arthur Yeung advocate local travel to combat climate change.
From a human rights advocate to a teacher at CUHK, Raees Begum Baig has been dedicating herself to the causes of the underprivileged.
Samuel Cheung talks about the Cantonese language and helps clear up a few myths.
Hua-bai Li tries to get to the bottom of what makes the stars.
Father Louis Ha expounds on how a training in Latin sharpens the mind and upgrades the prose.
Alumnus and artistic director of Chung Ying Theatre Ko Tin-lung shares untold stories behind his classic plays.
Prof. Cecilia Chun delineates the current roles and future directions of CLEAR.
Two collaborative institutes have been established in biosocial psychology and positive social science, respectively, to open up new horizons in social science research.
Prof. Lan Hui-yao expounds on how he applies the yin-yang balance theory to uncover the mechanism of renal fibrosis.
Prof. Diana Lee shares the results of the survey on sexual harassment to point to future directions for further promoting gender equalities on campus.
Director of Estates Management Mr. Edmond Lam talks about the challenge and strategy in heading the largest service unit of CUHK.
Prof. Amos Tai aspires to protecting the Earth and its inhabitants through rigorous research and passionate teaching.
The online grocery A Store in CUHK, founded by Wu Yee Sun College students, offers another shopping option by selling unique local products.
2016 Rhodes Scholar Serena Dai talks about her equal passion for scientific research and voluntary work.
Kinson Chan, a quantitative finance student who takes a near-professional interest in the ancient art of Kunqu, took advantage of the Kunqu training offered by Lee Woo Sing College and opted for the leading actress role.
Engineering student Jeffery Liu talks about his startup Panjury which organizes web comments, considered the flotsam and jetsam in the seas of information, to derive measures of public sentiment.
New Director of Security and Transport Mr. Simon Lee keeps a keen eye on every corner of CUHK to make sure our campus is safe and convenient to the population thereon.
The medical team led by Prof. Justin Wu treats serious enteric infections with Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, in which fecal matter is collected from a healthy donor to restore the patient's internal ecology.
Members of the CUHK Modern Dance Society share the top criteria for recruitment, their regular practice before major performance, and how moving one’s body sets the spirit free.
Suki Lau, second-year student in cultural management, narrates how she came up close to some canine dishes in Yulin, Guangxi and came back an animal rights campaigner.
Prof. Dickon Ng, chairman of the physics department, expounds what makes Physics@CUHK strong and unique, why he appeared on TV to promote physics understanding, and ultimately his view of the best thing in life.
Prof. Gordon Mathews and some of the students talk on their rhyme and reasons for engaging in anthropological studies at CUHK, the only local university that runs an anthropology department.
Prof. Leung Mei-yee, who has been involved in CUHK's General Education curriculum for over a decade, tells how to build a solid foundation in freshmen and train them to scrutinize and respond to the world with rationality.
Architecture professor Ho Puay-peng talks about how the Tsz Shan Monastery re-interprets traditional Buddhist art for a modern sentimentality.
Prof. Jean Woo, an expert in gerontological medicine, clarifies a few myths about old age, and what her team is doing to make Hong Kong an age-friendly city.
Prof. Lam Chiu-ying shares the best spots and time for bird-watching on campus, and how the hobby may heal one's mind and soul.
'I enjoyed my undergraduate days at CUHK tremendously. When I began to teach here, I did my best to ensure that my students enjoyed their school life as much as I did.'
In the battle of the old and the new media, the former appears to be winning.
CUHK has been pushing the frontiers of minimally invasive surgery for a quarter century. A new centre on cutting-edge engineering and medical research is the latest testimony to the University’s commitment to medical innovations.