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    Alumni Affairs

    Alumni Link Talks -- Alumni Sharing Series
    MBA Association visits Guangdong manufacturers
    Putonghua Association (Alumni) AGM
    Donations for New College Project from MBAA and PTHAA

    Alumni Link Talks -- Alumni Sharing Series

    The Alumni Affairs Office of the Public Affairs Unit organized three talks in October, inviting three OUHK alumni and Honorary Professor Dr David Lee Ka-yan to share their views and experiences on various topics. Each talk attracted an audience of around 100 people.

    The first talk, on 'The Art of Corporate Management,' was conducted by alumnus Mr Steve Cheng Chun-fai, General Manager (Operations) of Fung Seng Enterprises Limited, on 11 October. Mr Cheng shared his experience on how to lead, manage and motivate young subordinates. He also gave tips on taking job interviews and career advancement.

    A nursing officer in the Department of Clinical Oncology of Tuen Mun Hospital, alumna Ms Lau Pui-yi delivered a talk on 'Conquering Cancer: Treatment for Patients and Emotion Management of Family Members' on 18 October. With over 20 years of nursing experience, Ms Lau introduced various cancer treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and discussed cancer patients' state of mind and emotion management for their families. That same evening, Prof. David Lee Ka-yan spoke on ‘Child Health,’ addressing topics including eczema, hand-foot-and-mouth disease, asthma and chicken pox.

    The third talk, entitled 'Tips for Web 2.0 Parents,' held on 25 October, was hosted by alumna Ms Chang Suet-ying, Principal of C.C.C. Kei Wa Primary School (Kowloon Tong). Hong Kong children are often described as having little self-care ability, and low adversity and emotional quotients. Ms Chang encouraged parents to understand their children more and instil positive values in them by being good role models. She further discussed whether social media, such as WhatsApp and Facebook, could facilitate better communication between parents and kids.


    MBA Association visits Guangdong manufacturers

    On 14 and 15 September, a group of 74 participants joined the 'Study with Elite: Two-day Study Tour in Guangdong' organized by the MBA Association. They visited Lee Kam Kee's manufacturing base in Xinhui and a health product factory, as well as Kidstar Candy and Toy Manufacturing Co. Ltd in Zhaoqing. The activity was coordinated by the Alumni Affairs Office.


    Putonghua Association (Alumni) AGM

    The Putonghua Association (Alumni) held its second Annual General Meeting on 2 September. The Association's Mainland Affairs Advisor Dr Andy Fung and Arts Advisor Ms Tan Chengzhu were invited to attend and presented books to those who donated to the OUHK New College. The Association will organize a Putonghua recitation contest for 20 January 2013. Email oupth.langsong@gmail.com for details.


    Donations for New College Project from MBAA and PTHAA

    Alumni groups reaffirmed their support for their alma mater through donations towards the 'Name a Desk' fundraising campaign for the New College. Chairman of the MBA Association (MBAA) Mr Charles Fan and Chairlady of the Putonghua Association (Alumni) (PTHAA) Ms Annie Wong respectively presented cheques for $6,000 and $6,800 to Vice President Prof. Leung Chun-ming on 25 October. As a token of appreciation, the alumni groups' names will be printed on the desks in one of the lecture halls of the New College.





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