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    Three distinguished individuals awarded Honorary University Fellowships

    ouyangMr Ouyang Kegang

    Mr Ouyang Kegang is the Party Secretary and Provost of the Shaanxi Administration School and a member of the Standing Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference of Shaanxi Province. He graduated from Shaanxi Normal University, and has since made significant contributions to the province's key publications, including serving as Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Shaanxi Yearbook and editor of the Practical Handbook for Shaanxi Citizens. Under his leadership since 2004, the Shaanxi Administration School received repeated commendations for its training programmes offered to county-level civil servants and cadres of state-owned enterprises. Through Mr Ouyang's efforts to promote cooperation among institutions, the School has become the first mainland education partner of the OUHK's Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration, and joint business programmes have been launched in the mainland.

    wongMr Raymond Roy Wong, SBS

    Mr Raymond Roy Wong, a staunch advocate of a free press and impartiality in news reporting, is an influential figure in the Hong Kong media industry. He graduated from the University of Missouri's School of Journalism and later conducted postgraduate research at Stanford University. Mr Wong has been a newspaper reporter, photographer, editor and producer in the US and Hong Kong. He joined Television Broadcasts Limited as News Controller in 1977 and retired in 2004 as Assistant General Manager, during which time he also taught at the School of Communication of Hong Kong Baptist University. Mr Wong served as a member on the OUHK Council between 2005 and 2011.

    yeungProf. Yeung Yue-man, SBS, OBE, JP

    Prof. Yeung Yue-man is Emeritus Professor of Geography at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, an institution he has served in a number of key positions, including University Registrar, Head of Shaw College and Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies. He graduated from the University of Hong Kong, and received his MA and PhD Degrees in Canada and the US respectively. Prof. Yeung is an authority on the modernization of China and an expert on international development, with a focus on Asian cities and urban planning. He has been an advisor to a range of international organizations, including the World Bank. Prof. Yeung was an external member of the OUHK's Programme Review and Validation Committee from 2008 to 2012 and made major contributions to the University's quality assurance process.

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