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Max Xiaobing Tang talks about his first year as Dean of Arts
The Tao of Sam Ng’s Dance Steps
Kwok Ying creates space for aesthetic discourse
Alumna Chan Loi-che grafts Chinese cursive to the Netherlands to unite East and West.
Father Louis Ha expounds on how a training in Latin sharpens the mind and upgrades the prose.
Annette Frömel fosters multilingualism on campus
David Faure tells you why being good to your parents makes perfect commercial sense
James St. André ‘translates’ the translators for us
Getting up close with China in the new arts programme
Zhong Lei connects dots that are hard to see
Cinematic Exchanges between Hong Kong and Japan
Ho Che-wah Injects Literary Elements into Chinese Education
Daniel Yeung choreographs his own legend
Evelyn Chan talks about the use and value of a degree in literature
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.
Alumna Irene Au is transporting the Vienna Boys Choir schooling from the Capital of Music to Hong Kong, which treats music as major focus and everyday subject.
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.
Music alumna sang her way to Miss Saigon in New York, and became the first Chinese who lands the title role.
A CUHK historian reconstructs the network of modern Chinese emigrants from their bones/remains repatriation.