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Using new imaging hardware, Wilson Lau finds how plants withstand heat
Wen Zhonglin’s top-cited Chinese academic paper
Carmen Wong advocates for clinical communication and experiential learning
Derek Ng talks about the future of AI chatbots in Hong Kong
One of our veteran writers remembers a veteran architect
85th Congregation for the Conferment of Degrees
Mac Chan effects positive changes through positive energy
Why men contract liver cancer far more often than women
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.
Principal patrons of Music Picnic share their passion for bringing fine music to young people in Hong Kong, and how they embrace I•CARE like an old friend
Information engineering alumnus Tim Lee has been the brain and driving force behind the sea change in Chinese consumer behaviour. Now he hopes to give Hong Kong's tepid mobile payment market a much-needed boost.
Architecture professor Ho Puay-peng talks about how the Tsz Shan Monastery re-interprets traditional Buddhist art for a modern sentimentality.
Music alumna sang her way to Miss Saigon in New York, and became the first Chinese who lands the title role.
'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.'
Law professor Julien Chaisse sees significance of global regulations on water trade, particularly across borders.
The 38-year-old tells how he plunged straight into business immediately after obtaining his engineering doctorate, and why he is moving out of his comfort zone again to make personalized children's storybooks.
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.
A CUHK historian reconstructs the network of modern Chinese emigrants from their bones/remains repatriation.