College Master Prof. Ying Chan writes to returning and new residents ahead of the academic year 2015-16.
Welcome to Shun Hing College! As the new academic year begins, Shun Hing College prepared a series of orientation events for our new and returning residents.
“My Voice, My Life,” the critically acclaimed movie directed by the Oscar-winning film director Ruby Yang that essayed the phases of under-privileged secondary students from four Hong Kong schools who join forces to produce a musical drama premiere at Kwun Lung Lau Estate Function Hall held last 8 August. It depicts a story of struggle and how students overcome trials, confronting personal challenges in character development to showcase a bigger responsibility on stage.
Shun Hing College has organized a series of movie nights during summer vacation. Let’s see what films are on screen!
HKU Shun Hing College will co-host Symposium, a student-run humanities intellectual exchange programme, this summer from 11 July to 9 August.
Take a break and have some fun at our Farewell X Superpass Party on 29 April 2015! Join us for an evening of fun, laughter, snacks and sweet memories to celebrate the fantastic times we shared.
Lawrence Ting, Master of Architecture student and residence of Shun Hing College, was featured on RTHK programme “Hong Kong Story” on April 4, 2015.
Residents seeking for re-admission to Shun Hing College in the academic year 2015-16 are now invited to submit the internal application. Please read the Round I Admission Procedure and Criteria carefully before you submit the online internal application form. The deadline of submission is 12 April 2015 (23:59).
A wonderful evening of music is approaching! The Schola Cantorum and the Book Club of Shun Hing College are inviting you to a music sharing event, Beyond the Screen – featuring film music.
Mr Barry Kalb, a former lecturer at the HKU Journalism and Media Studies Centre, will be conducting a workshop on how to hone your English writing skills. Kalb has taught fundamental journalism reporting and writing skills to hundreds of JMSC graduates over his nine years with the faculty, and has more than 30 years on-the-ground experience as a journalist in America, Germany, Italy and Hong Kong.