Dr Eugene Alexander Birman: Erasing perceived dichotomies with music

2018-05-28

Sporting casual attire, Dr Birman could pass as an exchange student on the HKBU campus. One may not immediately associate this reflective, unassuming millennial with the composer of acclaimed music

Professor Gordon Tang: Devoting 30 years to students

2018-04-27

Jason Choi: From books in the hand to distant lands

2018-03-23

Scholar Shares

School of Chinese Medicine hosts Professional Lecture Series on Chinese Medical Classics and Clinical Practice

2018-05-21
With a view to raising the academic standard of professionals in the Chinese medicine industry and enhancing public knowledge of Chinese medicines, the School of Chinese Medicine (SCM) hosted the 10th Professional Lecture Series on Chinese Medical Classics and Clinical Practice on 13 May

In Focus

Say no to sulphur dioxide

2018-05-28
The strong, bold flavours of preserved and pickled food products tickle many people's taste buds, but beyond the taste, what kinds of chemical are we putting into our body?

Spotlight

International Office website wins international award

2018-05-25
International Office website (https://intl.hkbu.edu.hk/) won the Award of Excellence (Websites Categories – School/University) at the 24th Annual Communicator Awards presented by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. 

Outreach

Academy of Visual Arts exhibition showcases artworks of 110 graduating students

2018-05-29
The exhibition showcasing the creative works of 110 graduating students of the Academy of Visual Arts (AVA) is now open to the public on Kai Tak Campus until 17 June 2018. 

Scholar develops world-first metal-based probes for detection of dopamine receptors, a cancer biomarker

A team led by Dr Edmond Ma Dik-lung, Associate Professor of the Department of Chemistry of HKBU has developed the world’s first iridium(III)-based probes for imaging dopamine receptors in living cells.

Read more: Scholar develops world-first metal-based probes for detection of dopamine receptors, a cancer...

Polluted Runs

Running is a convenient and effective exercise for achieving good health. In recent years, running has become one of the most popular sports worldwide, even in Hong Kong, the number of people registering for the Hong Kong Marathon keeps hitting new highs.

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Discover Tibet

Last summer, I went on an eight-day trip to Tibet to explore this mysterious plateau region.

Read more: Discover Tibet

Where did we come from, where will we go?

The world's destiny lies in our hands. We can build a house big enough to accommodate ourselves, provide protection and create a favourable living environment. As the wisest of all creatures, we can't help thinking about the origin of life and the subtle profundity of the universe once basic needs are met.

Read more: Where did we come from, where will we go?

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Health and Wellness

Polluted Runs

Professor Chung Pak-Kwong
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