This Informtion Talk aims to provide students and teachers with the latest information on the HKBU Associate Degree and Self-funded Undergraduate Programmes. We will also highlight the "1 + 2 + 2" articulation model (1-year of HKBU SCE Diploma of College Foundation Studeis/Diploma Yi Jin + 2- year of HKBU Associate Degree + 2-year of HKBU Top-up Degree) for secondary schools graduates who may not do well in public exams to obtain a university degree.
Life planning is rather difficult in the times of the unknown and great uncertainty. A veteran career advisor will share with you her advice to build resilience and positivity, and how to set realistic goals for your future study or career.
Are there any similarities in athletes and artists as a profession? CIE Communications Alumnus Mr. Tony Wu, a Hong Kong baseball athlete who starred in the movie Weeds on Fire, will share his success story of changing from one profession to another and how his study has helped him find his dream career.
DNA is a blueprint for life. It makes us all different from one another! In simple terms, DNA contains the instructions for making proteins within the cell. Human behavior, appearance, emotional change, intelligence, and disease occurrence are controlled by DNA sequence. Understanding the DNA coding system helps researchers to develop pharmaceutical products such as cancer drugs and vaccines which could save more human lives.
While the whole world is focusing their efforts in fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic, we should not overlook the severe and pervasive degradation of our ecological environment. This talk will give you an idea on the current status of global biodiversity based on the latest findings of international organisations and highlight the importance of environmental conservation.
Hong Kong’s distinctively vertical and volumetric cityscape is often portrayed as a futuristic, dystopian jianghu in foreign sci-fi films and video games. This talk will investigate how Hong Kong’s signature high-density architecture and urban designs fuel the imagination of the future in the West. With Hong Kong’s cityscape as the backdrop, the future is often imagined to be a (post-)apocalyptic jianghu, the “river and lake” where people at the margins of society struggle to survive.
To express thoughts and aspirations through metaphors and association is a very common writing technique in both practical Chinese writing and classical Chinese literature. This talk will compare the Chinese language in daily usage and examination in order to examine their common techniques in reading and writing.
This marketing workshop aims to provide a platform for information sharing and exchange of practical applications of marketing knowledge with daily-life examples to unlock student's potential to tackle challenges.
According to the official visitor arrivals data published by Hong Kong Tourism Board in November 2020, a drastic drop of 99.8% visitors (approximately only 6,000 visitors in total) are recorded compared to a year ago. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a severe financial impact to the hospitality industry. What can the tourism industry do to tackle the situation and minimise such losses during the period of uncertainty? Let's find out more with our industry expert.
With the number of subscribers reached a record high of 200 million last year, how Netflix and other streaming platforms are reshaping the entertainment industry and our way of consuming media contents?
This seminar aims to explore students' creativity through the appreciation of worldwide advertising campaigns as well as to understand how brand images can be strongly established in the highly competitive market by implementing creative strategy.
During this particularly difficult time, what could we do to pursuit wellness? Through introducing the concept of holistic health, this talk aims to provide simple tips and exercises that enable participants to be well prepared for any forthcoming challenges.
The COVID-19 epidemic prevails. How should the scarce medical resources be allocated in case they are not sufficient to meet the needs of all patients? This session will lead participants to engage in philosophical reflections on the ethical challenges under the epidemic by getting participants to play the role of decision-makers.