Bulletin Vol. 10 No. 2 Sep–Oct 1973

T H E C H I N E S E U N I V E R S I T Y 〇 F H O N G K O N G T H E U N I V E R S I T Y BULLETIN VOLUME TEN SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 1973 NUMBER TWO CONTENTS Tenth Anniversary of the University . . 1 New President of New Asia College - Dr. Yu Ying-Shih 2 Personalia 2 Lectures 8 Comings and Goings 8 College News 9 TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNIVERSITY The past decade has witnessed the rapid expansion of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, which was established in 1963. The University reached a new phase of development when New Asi a College moved into its new campus at the beginning of this academic year. With the three Foundation Colleges on the same campus, the pooling of resources can proceed without obstacle. The physical development of the Universit y can indeed be taken as tangible evidence of its consolidation, and big strides have also been taken in the development of its academic and research programmes. The University is now celebrating its Tenth Anniversary quietly through a series of academic activities that are becoming to a young and growing institute of higher education. 1. Publications Journal of The Chinese University of Hong Kong The inaugural issue of the Journal, an annual publication of the University, came o ff the press in September 1973 and contains scholarly articles, research reports and book reviews by University staff and external contributors. Renditions The first issue of Renditions, a semi-annual Chinese- English translation magazine, was published by the Translation Centre in October 1973. The magazine, the first of its kind, contains articles which cover broadly the humanities, drawing from contemporary as well as classical sources. University Library Series and Reprint of Rare Classical Chinese Books, in the main photostat reproductions of rare classical works, are intended to promulgate Chinese culture by making them available to the world of learning at large. 2. Exhibitions Exhibition of Landscape Paintings by Kwangtung Artists of the Ming and Ch'ing periods, was held from 29th June to 25th August. There were over one hundred and forty items on display, of which about half were recent acquisitions of the Art Gallery from the Jen Yu-wen Collection. Exhibition of Ch'ing Porcelain from the Wah Kwong Collection will be held from November 1973 to February 1974. The Exhibition will basically cover the period from the middle of the reign of K'ang-hsi to the end of Ch'ien- lung (the latter part of the eighteenth century).