Come and join us for the first virtual campus tour at CUHK! Colleagues from the Office of Academic Links are thrilled to show you the beautiful campus which is the largest and greenest in Hong Kong!
Through the campus tour, you will learn the history of CUHK, hear some interesting stories about the landmarks and explore things you would like to know as a student! Don’t miss the chance to find out more about CUHK! The entire tour is about 30-45 minutes.
Climate action is a priority and a driver of world affairs. If climate change is left unchecked, it will roll back the development gains we have made over the past decades and will make further gains impossible.
This program takes participants on a virtual guided tour to discover the world’s first and foremost climate change museum and explore the potentially devastating effects of climate change. It also introduces the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that are adopted by the United Nations as the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, and why climate action matters.
Professor Hiroshi Amano of Nagoya University is a materials scientist who was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics for inventing blue light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Join Professor Amano in a special lecture about how a carbon neutral society can be established by using new electronics and renewable energy.
Application deadline: Feb 28, 2021 Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)
Join University of Oregon faculty for a speakers series during spring term 2021. All events will be held virtually and feature conversations between faculty and speakers from the University of Oregon community and beyond. Topics include indigenous arts, global communications after Covid, and identity in Asian and Asian Studies, and more.
Date & Topic:
April 9: The Power of Indigenous Stories and Art
April 28: Changing Geopolitics of Global Communication in a Post-COVID World
May 13: Identity, Ambivalence, Homecoming: Travels Between Asian and Asian American Studies