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52   Chinese University Bulletin No. 2, 2010 Activities and Events (From left) Mrs. Irene Chan Lo and Mr. Lo Kai-tun, trustees of K.S. Lo Foundation; Prof. Arthur K.C. Li, Emeritus Professor of Surgery, CUHK; Dr. Peter Lo, chairman, K.S. Lo Foundation; Dr. York Chow, Secretary for Food and Health; Mr. Winston Lo, executive chairman, Vitasoy International Holdings Ltd.; Prof. Joseph J.Y. Sung, CUHK Vice-Chancellor; Ms. Lo Mo-ching Myrna, and Ms. Lo Mo-ling Yvonne, both trustees of K.S. Lo Foundation (From left) Prof. Joseph J.Y. Sung, Vice-Chancellor of CUHK; Mr. Benjamin Fok Chun-yue, Mr. Ian Fok Chun-wan and The Honourable Timothy Fok Tsun-ting, Directors of the Fok Ying Tung Foundation; Dr. the Honourable Tung Chee Hwa, Vice-Chairman of National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference; Mr. Li Gang, Deputy Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the HKSAR; Mr. Lu Xinhua, Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China in the HKSAR; Prof. Guo Huadong, Director- General of Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences; and Prof. Lin Hui, Director of ISEIS, CUHK Foundation Stone Laid for Integrated Biomedical Sciences Building C UHK held the foundation stone laying ceremony for the Lo Kwee -Seong Integrated Biomedical Sciences Building on 1 September 2010 at CUHK. The nine- storey facility with a total construction floor area of 18,264 m 2 was named after the late Dr. K.S. Lo, founder of the Vitasoy Group and the K.S. Lo Foundation, in recognition of a magnanimous donation of HK$150 million to support the University’s development. The University will establish an endowment fund named the Lo Kwee-Seong Biomedical Research Fund for supporting biomedical research in agriculture, including research on soybean and other staple foods. Official Opening of Fok Ying Tung Remote Sensing Science Building T he Fok Ying Tung Remote Sensing Science Building officially opened on 28 September 2010. The building, which connects to the Satellite Remote Sensing Ground Receiving Station, was built with a generous donation of HK$40 million to the University by the Fok Ying Tung Foundation in 2005. It houses the control room of the Satellite Remote Sensing Ground Receiving Station, which collects and integrates real-time satellite images and environmental data to compile timely environmental monitoring analysis and reports for focus regions. It also contains various research laboratories for research programmes on geoinformation and earth system sciences.