Bulletin Vol. 10 No. 7 Apr–May 1974

of East Asian Studies from 1961 to 63. She was promoted Associate Professor in 1964 and remained i n this post until 1968 , when she became Curator o f the Far Eastern Department, Royal Ontario Museum. Prof. Shih now holds a joint appointment as Curator and Adjunct Professor, a post she has held since 1971. Prof. Shih has also served as Visiting Professor of Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, Yo rk University, Toronto, and University of California, Berkeley. Prof. Shih's publications include articles, catalogues and reviews on Chinese art and archaeology appearing in famous professional journals such as Artibus Asiae and Oriental Art. Recently published are "The Study of Ancient Chinese Bronzes as A r t and Craft", World Archaeology (Vol. 3 , No. 3 ), and two catalogues: Nanga and Zenga (Japanese Paintings in the Finlayson Collection) and Chinese Art from the ROM. (see picture in Chinese section) PRE - EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP The Appointments Service held a Pre-Employment Workshop on 30th March with emphasis on local commerce and industry. Mr. Derek Cheng, General Manager of Burroughs Machines (H.K.) Ltd. was invited to give the keynote address, and the following leading executives and industrialists were also invited to give talks and lead discussions: Mr . Ditmar Y . M. Chang, M i l l Manager, South Sea Textile Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Mrs. Selina Chow, Manager (Programmes), Television Broadcasts Ltd. Mr . A . F .M. Conway, Marketing Director, On-Line (H.K.) Ltd. Mr . William C.C. Kung, Director of Studies, The Hong Kong Management Association Mr . Louis G. Sanandres, Manager, First National Cit y Bank Dr. Dennis Shea, Manager, Swire Travel GIFTS TO THE UN I VERS I TY • The South China Morning Post has donated tens of thousands of newspaper clippings to the University. The clippings, a record of events of Hong Kong from the early postwar years, are temporarily stored at the University Library and will be supplemented at regular intervals by the SCMP. • A substantial number of books on music and music scores have been donated to the Music Department of Chung Chi College by the United States Information Service. • United College recently received a donation of HK$500,000 to the College Endowment Fund from the family of the late Mr . Tsang Shiu-tim, a well-known local businessman. PERSONAL IA I. Appointments Mr . Ki e L i Kuen, Honorary Research Associate in Physics, University Science Centre Mr . Wong Po-cheung, Paul, Assistant University Bursar M r . Ronald Chow, Transportation Officer, Physical Development Office M r . Ho Hon-wai, Part-time Project Assistant, Institute of Chinese Studies Mr . Ng Chu-ho, Warden of University Temporary Hostels, Men's Section (concurrently) Miss Y ip Kam-ha, Terry, Warden of University Temporary Hostels, Women's Section (concurrently) I I . Promotion Mr . Lee Chik-fong, Assistant Librarian I, University Library I I I . Honours Academic Mr . John T.S. Chen, University Registrar, has been awarded a doctorate d'universit é é s-Iettres by the University of Paris VII. Mr . Tse Fu-yuen of the Geography Department, Chung Chi College , has been awarded a Ph.D. degree in Geography by the London School of Economics, University of London. Mr . Jao Tsung-i, Reader of Chinese Language and Literature, has been appointed Member of the Ecole Francaise D'Extr ê me-Orient. Dr. Yeung Hin-wing of the Biochemistry Department, United College, has been elected Active Member of the New Yo rk Academy of Science. Community Service Dr. C.T. Yung, President of Chung Chi College, has been invited to serve on the Selection Committee — 5 —