Bulletin No. 2, 2020

22 Chinese University Bulletin No.2, 2020 ‘O nly if you were a sycamore tree would you attract the phoenix. Only if you were an ocean and not a drop would the rivers flow into you.’ * After I put my questions to Prof. Wong Suk-ying at an online interview before Christmas, she would first formulate her replies word by word, and then beam in confidence. That she could be so at ease with the world and with herself The Hues of Humanism Virtual InformationDay * In the Chinese context, the phoenix lodging on a sycamore tree has the connotation that you are what you are and will find your destination in life by ending where you belong and meeting the people you are destined to meet.