Marco Wu’s Chinese calligraphy for the names of Residential Colleges
At an Appreciation Ceremony held at PolyU on 28 July 2022, Mr Marco Wu Moon-hoi, a PolyU Outstanding Alumnus and former Chairman of Hong Kong Housing Society, presented his Chinese calligraphy of the names of PolyU’s two Residential Colleges, namely the Special Talents Admission and Recognition Scheme (STARS) Residential College (德藝書院) and College of Undergraduate Researchers and Innovators (CURI) Residential College (創新書院).
Prof. Ben Young, Vice President (Student and Global Affairs), received the Chinese calligraphy and presented a PolyU souvenir to Mr Wu as a token of the University’s appreciation. Also attending the ceremony were Prof. Geoffrey Shen, Associate Vice President (Global Partnerships) and STARS Residential College Master, Prof. Horace Mui, CURI Residential College Master, and Dr TL Yip, Associate Dean of Students.
The STARS Residential College is established to facilitate the all-round development of students with special talents, while the CURI Residential College aims to foster the next generation of researchers and innovators.
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