Bulletin No. 2, 2020

40   Chinese University Bulletin No. 2, 2010 New Rhodes Scholar M r. Timothy Cheng, a medical g raduate who had a sp ired to serving and curing people from a tender age, has beaten some 40 out s t anding s tudent s from local universities to become the Hong Kong Rhodes Scholar 2010. He is the 13th Rhodes Scholar from CUHK since the scholarship was introduced to Hong Kong more than two decades ago, and the first medical student in Hong Kong to receive the honour. He is now pursuing a research degree in the medical sciences at Oxford University, and aims to return to Hong Kong to join the medical field. Chinese Studies Student Wins Scholarships M r. Li Kin-sum Sammy, a 2010 MPhil graduate in Chinese Culture, has been awarded the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fellowship for Overseas Studies worth a total of HK$850,000. In 2010 he commenced his doctoral studies in Chinese ar t histor y at the Department of East Asian Art and Archaeology at Princeton University to investigate art in bronze and lacquer of the Warring States Period. Princeton also offered him a scholarship worth US$320,000.