• HKBU Information Day to be held on 7 Oct

    The Information Day for Undergraduate Admissions is a great opportunity for prospective students and visitors like you to get the latest information on the development of HKBU and the undergraduate programmes on offer as well as to experience HKBU’s vibrant campus life.


    Know the ins and outs of university admissions through:

    • Navigate JUPAS Admissions, Explore HKBU Programmes talk
    • Non-JUPAS Admissions Strategies for Associate Degree and Higher Diploma students talk
    • Consultation Session tailored for students with international qualifications such as GCE, IB and SAT


    Other highlights not to miss during HKBU Information Day include:

    • programme briefings and sharing sessions. Meet with academics, students and alumni and hear first-hand accounts of individual programmes, admissions requirements and career prospects. 
    • guided tours led by Student Ambassadors. Visit student hostels, teaching facilities and laboratories, and get a taste of the rich and diversified on-campus experiences.


    Help us maintain a sustainable campus and play a part in a successful, green Information Day by: 

    • bringing your own bag
    • bringing your own water bottle and making use of water dispensers on campus
    • taking leaflets only when needed
    • dropping leaflets into the Information Day Collection Boxes for reuse after you have finished reading them


    We look forward to seeing you all at our annual Information Day which will be held on 7 October (Saturday).

    Want to make the most of your visit? Find out more on hkbu.edu.hk/infoday and plan ahead.


  • HKBU co-organises arts and creativity exchange workshop with Tsinghua University

    The Department of Humanities and Creative Writing (HMW) co-organised with the Academy of Arts and Design of Tsinghua University and the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities an exchange programme, “Arts and Creativity Exchange: Between Paintings and Creative Writing”, held from 26 June to 7 July on the Tsinghua campus. 

  • HKBU Academy of Film and Airport Authority join hands to promote Hong Kong film culture

    HKBU’s Academy of Film (AF) in the School of Communication and the Airport Authority (AA) of Hong Kong teamed up to organise an exhibition themed “Cinema Fantasia Hong Kong”.

  • HKBU members honoured for distinguished contribution to society

    A number of HKBU members were honoured by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on 1 July for their outstanding service to the community.

  • HKBU joins universities in Japan and Taiwan to stimulate creative thinking among students

    To promote intellectual exchange and inspire creative thinking among students from diverse backgrounds, the Department of Computer Science of HKBU teamed up with the Unit of Design of Kyoto University, Japan, and the Institute of Creative Industries Design of the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

  • Chinese medicine scholars conduct research on space life science on board China’s spacecraft Tianzhou-1

    The School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) is conducting a space life science study on board China’s first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1, which was launched last month.

Mr Kelvin Liu: Expressing emotions and refreshing your mind through pen and ink


As the saying goes, Chinese calligraphy is “silent music” and “dance on paper”. Chinese calligraphy does not only present the beauty of characters, but also expresses the writer’s emotions. 

Jessie Kwok: Entrepreneurial energy


Jason Wu: Overcome obstacles and live a wonderful life


Scholar Shares

School of Chinese Medicine clinical observation finds efficacy rate of over 70% in Chinese medicine treatment of chronic renal failure

The School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) recently conducted a clinical observation on Chinese medicine treatment of chronic renal failure (CRF).

In Focus

Making ethnic minorities visible

The topic of integrating ethnic minorities is not a new one. Many ethnic minority families have lived in the city for generations but they are often ignored by mainstream society. Mrs Carrie Lam, who just took office as the new Chief Executive, included ethnic minority issues in the election manifesto, sparking discussions in the community. However, how many people truly care about the lives of minorities?


Journalism student claims Commendation Award at inter-collegiate documentary competition

Ada Hui (Broadcast Journalism, Year 4) won the Commendation Award for her work entitled “A love as myself” at the 2017 TVB Inter-Collegiate Documentary Competition.


Preserving disappearing traditional crafts

Colourful neon lights had once been a glowing display of Hong Kong's prosperity while hand-painted Guangzhou colour porcelain ware was a bestselling export to Europe and the United States in the 1980s and 1990s.

Recalling Hong Kong’s cinema fantasia

Hong Kong films are a record of the territory’s changes and capture the essence of the city’s culture…

Read more: Recalling Hong Kong’s cinema fantasia

Talkative vs eloquence

Language teachers always encourage students to read and write more to enhance their language proficiency. Frequent use of a language is believed to result in a higher level of language proficiency.

Read more: Talkative vs eloquence

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