Campus catering is an important ring of students’ campus life. In light of this, the Union is now launching a survey on union eateries at Union Building to collect students’ views pertaining to these catering outlets. The Union shall take all surveys collected into consideration when formulating future development of all shops. You are invited to fill in the questionnaire at:
The questionnaire will be opened until 26 December 2018. Should you have any enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Davin Wong, President at email@example.com.
The examination period is approaching and a study room will be open for students in the coming weeks.
Date: 3 December – 22 December
Time: 24 hours
Location: UG205, Union Building
For enquiries, please contact the Administrative Secretary of HKUSU via firstname.lastname@example.org, or staff at the Union Office.
We wish you all Superpass!
The current Union Executives has been serving the Union and our Members for over half a year, the Union Executive Committee is now organising a consultation forum on 29 and 30 November. Students are welcome to ask questions or give comments to Union Executives regarding their work in the past and future. The details are as follows:
Date: 29th & 30th November(Thursday & Friday)
Time: 1230 – 1430
Venue: Area outside Union Office (1/F, Union Building)
Students may write their questions and comments in the following form if they cannot attend the forum. The Union Executives will respond to the collected questions in the forum.
Collection Form Link: https://goo.gl/forms/qFKNrNu9bVAwoJUR2
For further enquiries, please contact Davin Wong, President of HKUSU via email@example.com.
There is a variety of Mahjong, for examples Japanese Mahjong and Taiwan Mahjong, and Hong Kong has her very own kind of Mahjong. The Hong Kong University Students’ Union and Chess and Board Games Club, HKUSU will co-organise a beginner’s class in Hong Kong Mahjong. If you are interested in learning mahjong or feeling confused with all different kinds of mahjong, you are more than welcomed to join. The details of the beginner’s class are as follow:
Date: 23 Nov 2018
Venue: CYMG01, Chong Yuet Ming Amenities Centre
Quota: 20 (first come first served)
If you are interested in joining the class, please fill in the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/oiP4kXxrU1J2Reil2
Should you have any enquiry, please contact Davin Wong, President, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union will join the Hong Kong Pride Parade 2018 on the coming Saturday. We hereby call on students and the general public to join the parade! Details are as follows:
Date 17th November 2018 (Sat)
Route: Victoria Park to Edinburgh Place
Assembly at Edinburgh Place: Performance and exhibition booths
Theme: Call for the LAW Equality for ALL
Dressed: Proud Purple
Event Webpage： www.hkpride.net
A century ago, on 11 November, the First World War ended, and over 16 million people sacrificed for a brief moment of peace. To commemorate those who died in the line of duty and to show commitment to peace, from 1919, Hong Kong, together with member states of the Commonwealth of Nations, have observed a memorial to commemorate the soldiers on the Remembrance Day. Howbeit, Remembrance Sunday has been observed in Hong Kong since the liberation of Hong Kong in 1945 and has ever since ceased to be the same as other regions.
The Remembrance Day is also known as the Poppy Day. The remembrance poppy is based on the red Flanders poppies that grew in Flanders despite the chaos and destruction in war. During the war, Flanders in Belgium was heavily bombed. After seeing his friend, Alexis Helmer, killed in a German attack, Canadian physician John McCrae wrote the poem “In Flanders Field”. The poem appealed to people who suffered from the brutality of battles and bloodshed, and it became popular around the world. McCrae wrote, “If ye break faith with us who die / We shall not sleep, though poppies grow / In Flanders fields.” The red poppy thus became a symbolic emblem of the Remembrance Day. Every year, on 11 November, people around the world wear a red poppy. Lest we forget the sacrifices made for peace.
The Remembrance Day Ceremony in Hong Kong has been held by the Royal British Legion Hong Kong and China Branch and the Hong Kong Ex-Servicemen’s Association annually. The public is welcomed to attend, and the details of the ceremony are as follows:
Date: 11th November 2018
Time: 10:45 am to 11:45 am
Venue: The Cenotaph, Central
The Union is organising High Table Dinner 2018, which aims to facilitate communication among students and to provide a platform for academic exchange through guest’s sharing. All members are cordially invited to join this event. Details are as follows:
Date: 16th November 2018 (Friday)
Time: 19:00 (Reception begins at 18:30)
Venue: Loke Yew Hall
Dress Code: Formal Attire (Green gowns will be provided)
Guest of honour: Mr Adrian Chow (music producer) and Dr Chi Chung Wong (Head of General Education, CEDARS-GE)
Members who are interested to join please fill in the following Google Form and submit the fee by cash at the Union Office on or before 14 November, 2018 (Wednesday). Please be reminded that all seats are confirmed only upon payment.
The application form is available at the following link:https://goo.gl/forms/qR0YgSx6HVyz24No2
For enquiries, please contact LIU Ho Fai Franco, Student Welfare Secretary of HKUSU, Session 2018, via email@example.com.
The nomination period of Annual Election 2019 has begun in September. Full Members may be nominated for posts including Union Executives, Campus Media and Popularly Elected Union Councillors. We will organise introduction sessions in order to let Full Members understand more about the election and operations of the Students’ Union. Feel free to fill in the online form（goo.gl/TBCdpo）if you wish to attend. The details are as follows:
Date: 29th October
Time: 7:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Venue: UG201 (Council Chamber), 2/F, Union Building
For further enquiries, please contact LEUNG Ho Long, Chairperson of the Union Elections Committee, Union Council, Session 2018 via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union is organising “Hoodie Design Competition” to provide HKU students with an opportunity to design the hoodie that belongs to “HKUers”. Participants will be able to win great prizes. Deadline for handing in design is 16/11 whereas the voting period will be from 20/11 to 23/12. Design must be uploaded to Google Drive and access right should be set. Link of the design should be upload to https://goo.gl/V1qBF9. Details of the competition are as follows
Champion: iPad Wi-Fi 32GB (Gold)
1st runner-up: Printoss Smartphone Photo Instant Printer
2nd runner-up: $200 Starbucks Coupon
Requirement of the design:
1. Single or double-sided, can also design on the side of the hoodie
2. The template provided must be used in the design. Link for downloading the template:https://goo.gl/r7x5wg
3. At least one of the following words should be included in the design:
4. The design shall not consist of the following:
i. Personal attack;
ii. Disclosure of private life;
iii. Inconsistency with facts or defamation;
5. Image resolution: 300 dpi
6. Format: PSD/AI
7. A brief description of the idea of the design shall be included, and it shall not exceed 200 words
Terms and conditions:
1. Participants shall be HKUSU members
2. Once participants join the competition, they will be deemed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions contained hereinafter
3. All entries must be the original work of the participant. They must not have been submitted for any other competition or provided to any party for any purpose before. The participant must be the sole owner of the entire copyright of the design
4. Once participants hand in the design, they agree to assign the intellectual property rights of the designs to HKUSU. HKUSU reserves the right to use the designs at any purpose
5. Each participant can only submit one design.
6. HKUSU retains the final decision of this event
Should you have any enquiries, please contact Owen Leung, General Secretary of HKUSU, Session 2018, via email@example.com, or Franco Liu, Student Welfare Secretary of HKUSU, Session 2018, via firstname.lastname@example.org.