PolyU celebrates the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), as well as to wish our Nation prosperity and vibrancy and to show support for the HKSAR’s new administration in starting a new chapter, PolyU held a flag-raising ceremony on campus on 1 July 2022. More than 800 participants including University Council and Court members, senior management, staff, alumni, students and supporters of PolyU attended the ceremony. Among them were Dr Katherine Ngan, Chairman of the University Court; Dr Roy Chung Chi-ping, Honorary Chairman of the University Court; Dr Lawrence Li Kwok-chang, Deputy Council Chairman; Professor Wing-tak Wong, PolyU Deputy President and Provost; and Dr Miranda Lou, Executive Vice President.
Dr Lam Tai-fai, Council Chairman of PolyU, said, “Our Nation has not only strongly supported Hong Kong, but has also placed its full confidence in PolyU, bringing us opportunities to contribute to the development of Hong Kong and the Nation by capitalising on the University’s excellence in education and scientific research.”
Professor Jin-Guang Teng, President of PolyU,said, “This year not only marks the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR, but also the 85th anniversary of PolyU. The University has been working relentlessly to contribute to the development of Hong Kong, our Nation and the world by meeting societal needs through the nurturing of numerous talented leaders as well as innovative research. All of us at PolyU will join hands to grow and progress together with Hong Kong.”
(Front row, sixth from right) Professor Wing-tak Wong, Dr Roy Chung, Dr Katherine Ngan, Dr Lawrence Li, and Dr Miranda Lou, together with University management and members, attended the ceremony.
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