PolyU featured on HKSAR 25th anniversary TV programme
Now TV has produced a programme series to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong SAR. Each episode features a leading company or organisation from a specific sector, sharing its success story and how it bears witness to the development of Hong Kong in the past 25 years.
PolyU was featured in the episode focusing on Hong Kong’s university education. Prof. Jin-Guang Teng, President of PolyU, Prof. Yung Kai-leung, Associate Head of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Director of the Research Centre for Deep Space Explorations, and Mr Justin Chan, a PolyU PhD student who co-founded the start-up CLAIRE, were interviewed. They shared PolyU’s efforts in and commitment to nurturing talents, promoting entrepreneurship and facilitating Hong Kong’s development.
From a trade school to a world class university, Prof. Teng pointed out that PolyU had been supporting various industries’ development and transformation in Hong Kong over the years. Looking to the future, he further said that the University will help the city develop as an international I&T hub.
To watch the episode, please click here.
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