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    Registrar Lee Shu-wing played beautiful music with his team members

    Mr Lee Shu-wing stepped down in mid-March from his post as Registrar after six years of service. During a career spanning close to 40 years at three institutions, his time at the OUHK was the shortest, but it is for this University that he has the deepest feelings. ‘I enjoyed working here the most. It really has been a lot of fun,’ he said.

    Fun comes from a sense of achievement. During the past six years, the number of full-time students has grown from 2,000 to 6,200. Mr Lee is very proud of his colleagues, who overcame many challenges with limited resources. He also helped to restart the Students’ Union, which had been inactive for years. He said with a smile, ‘Schools and units are now happy with the service offered by the Registry, and this is what makes me most content.’

    Postponing the commencemnt of a semester due to the delay of the Campus Phase II project was the biggest challenge during his service here. It was the concerted efforts of the Registry that made it possible to fix all the problems. When he was interviewed by Openlink at the time he joined the OUHK, Mr Lee described himself as a conductor whose role was to bring out the greatest potential of each member of his team. Today, he described all his team members as brilliant musicians who are responsible and professional. He expressed his gratitude to them, as well as to the President, Vice Presidents, Council Chairman, deans and unit heads for their continuous support and understanding. In particular, he would like to thank Dr Charles Lee Yeh-kwong, the former Council Chairman, for his wholehearted dedication to the development of the University.

    Mr Lee also expressed his appreciation to OUHK students. Deeply impressed by the perseverance of our distance learning students, he also cares greatly about our young full-time students. He hopes his successor will maintain the important balance between serving faculty and students and at the same time ensuring that rules and regulations are followed. Looking to the future, the completion of the New College will be the biggest challenge ahead for the Registry. He encourages his colleagues to continue with their good work and add to their achievements.

    After stepping down, Mr Lee will spend more time with his family and enjoy the music he loves. He would also be glad to make use of his past experience here to help promote the mission and spirit of the OUHK.

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