Bulletin Spring‧Summer, 2008

F ounded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong celebrates its 45th anniversary this year. During the past 45 years, the University has provided the Hong Kong community with over 100,000 graduates, many of them social leaders, such as Dick Lee Ming-kwai, former Commissioner of Police; Prof. Tsui Lap- chee, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong; Connie Lau Yin-hing, chief executive of the Consumer Council; Timothy Tong Hin-ming, Commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption; Vincent Cheng Hoi-chuen, chairman of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd.; Stanley Hui Hon- chung, chief executive officer of the Hong Kong Airport Authority. The public's impression of a university derives partially from the achievements of its graduates. The development of a university freshman to someone of stature requires more than academic training. It also necessitates the provision of a wide spectrum of non-formal education to develop their integrity and intellect and broaden their views of the world. This issue of the Bulletin offers readers a glimpse of the University's efforts at ensuring a rich and diverse learning experience for our students. From Freshman to Renaissance Man   Chinese University Bulletin Spring • Summer 2008