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Warmest support to RS from 2013 MOT (China) graduates during the pandemic

29 Mar 2022

Prof. Hector Tsang (Cally Kwong Mei Wan Professor in Psychosocial Health, Chair Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences and Head of RS) had an online gathering with 2013 MOT (China) graduates

Prof. Hector Tsang officially receives the anti-pandemic materials (scented sachets) online from Eden Liu, a delegate of the graduates

The anti-pandemic materials (scented sachets) offered to RS


The 2013 graduates of Master in Occupational Therapy (MOT) programme (China) have always been concerned about the pandemic situation in Hong Kong and the health condition of their teachers at RS. When noticing that the 5th wave of COVID-19 in Hong Kong became out of control day by day, Eden Liu and Betty Luo, delegates of 2013 MOT (China) graduates, offered anti-pandemic materials (scented sachets) to RS teachers and supporting staff to help improve their work environment and protect them from COVID-19.

Prof. Hector Tsang (Cally Kwong Mei Wan Professor in Psychosocial Health, Chair Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences and Head of RS) met 2013 MOT (China) graduates online on 29 March to receive the anti-pandemic materials officially. Eden and Betty firstly presented the background information of the scented sachets, which contain Chinese traditional medicine for improving immunity and cleaning the air. They showed the gifts to Prof. Tsang via Zoom first and arranged to deliver them to RS after the online gathering. Prof. Tsang expressed gratitude to 2013 MOT (China) graduates on behalf of RS teachers and supporting staff. He said he was super excited and even surprised at first when receiving the news from Eden about the anti-pandemic materials as he did not expect graduates would show their care and love to RS in this manner.
 
Then 10 selected graduates shared their OT-related work in mainland China. After that Prof. Tsang briefed the development of the department in the recent five years. All the participating graduates expressed their appreciation to the teachers who had taught them and given them good guidance. Prof. Tsang said he was very happy to see all the graduates excel in their career in different areas, for example, as heads of departments, researchers, teachers at universities, leaders in cross-disciplinary environment, etc. He encouraged them and wished them good luck in their future career development. He finally suggested to have regular gatherings with them to enhance mutual understanding.  
 
The way in which graduates continue to show their care and love to their teachers is moving.



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