Join our Watercolor Painting Group, Shun Hing College, and participate in our 1st plein air painting led by Tao Zhu (Deputy Master) and Tony Luo Zhi (PhD in Architecture).
It’s Christmas time, and our choir has been enlivening our neighbourhood. They sang at Block A, and they are now singing on the streets of Kennedy town.
How time flies! As the semester is drawing to an end, we are sure that all the undergraduates are busy preparing for final exams and aiming for a super GPA. To wish you the best of luck, the Block A Student Activities Committee prepared a “Super Pass” event according to a tradition of HKU students. Students carve a full pig for sharing in the wish of good luck in exams for each other. They also wrote fai chun(揮春) to document the best wishes and preserve them in their memories!
The 1st International Music Festival at HKU Residential Colleges on Saturday April 6, 2013, celebrated the high spirit and cultural diversity of its community, unified by the power of music. The Festival featured performances from the Residential Colleges Choir with members coming from different parts the world and across the four blocks, A, B, C, and D of the Residential Colleges. It also presented the premiere performance of HKU’s first Chinese Folk Music Band, recently founded in the Residential Colleges, as well as guest performances in singing and dance.
On March 20, 2013, the Lung Wah Chinese Folk Music Band (龍華中國民樂團), HKU’s first band of such kind was founded in the Residential Colleges Block A! Joined by Master Professor Ying Chan and Deputy Master Zhu Tao, the Band decided on its name and selected Stephen Zhao Tianqi as the Band Conductor and Winnie Wei Jihan as the Band Coordinator.
Block A held a drama workshop on March 17, 2013, inviting senior dramatic expert Mr Sidney Lui to share his drama production experiences with residential college students. Mr Lui is currently Head of the Drama Education at Elegantia College, Artistic Director of the Kwun Tong Theatre and also an examiner for the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Mr Lui has extensive experience in drama production and acting, and has also been a scriptwriter, producer and director for over 30 dramatic productions.
Around 100 students from the Residential Colleges attended the etiquette workshop “Beyond Forks, Knives and Glasses” on Feb 4 in Block A. Mrs Jill Gallie, our Guest Speaker and Governance Committee Member, together with Mrs Soupie Liang and her daughter Helen, shared with students on the dos and don’ts of table manners, etiquette tips, body languages and more.
Professor Ying Chan delivers her inaugural speech as college master in the first high table dinner of Residential College Block A.