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Chill Out at Happy Hour

Summer is approaching, so let’s beat the heat with refreshing drinks. 

A casual happy hour takes place on 29 May (Tuesday) at the Liberty Exchange Kitchen & Bar. Hosted by Ms. Stephanie Villemagne, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Director of MBA Programs, the event is a great chance for current MBA students and alumni to connect with each other...

London Alumni Gather in the Heart of the City

On the night of Friday, 13 April, Prof. Kalok Chan, Dean of CUHK Business School, and Prof. Angela Ng, Associate Dean of Global Engagement and External Relations, hosted an alumni dinner at a Chinese restaurant in London, Min Jiang, situated in leafy Kensington Gardens. Five graduates and a sixth guest attended and enjoyed a delicious meal of fine Chinese delicacies, including Peking Duck. 

Although the alumni all live in London, they had not met before, and treasured the opportunity to connect with fellow graduates from different backgrounds and industries...

FMBA Alumni Discover the Business Behind a Happy Retirement

On 31 March, the THU-CUHK FMBA Shenzhen Student Association organised a visit to Taikang Community Yue Garden as part of a series of visits to corporations run by alumni. The activity attracted 39 alumni and students from the MBA Program in Finance. 

After arriving at Yue Garden, the visitors joined a guided tour and explored its five-star facilities and rehabilitation services, which are key highlights of the retirement community...

Seminar Series Looks at the Contradictions Creating Challenges in Hong Kong

Over the years, you may have noticed that economic, political and social contradictions have grown. What is the root of this problem and how can it be solved?

The CUHK BBA Alumni Association co-hosted the Deep Seated Contradictions in Hong Kong Seminar Series in partnership with the Research Centre for Sustainable Hong Kong at the City University of Hong Kong, the organisation Future@HK, and the Business, Economic and Public Policy Research Centre at Hong Kong Shue Yan University...

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