CUPSA and PGHRAs Vice-Chancellor's Dinner 2012


Welcome to join us at theVice-Chancellor's Dinner 2012!

To facilitate stronger understanding, exchange and interaction between our Vice-Chancellor and the postgraduate student body,the Postgraduate Student Association of CUHK (CUPSA) and the Postgraduate Hall Residents’ Associations (PGHRAs) are organizing aPostgraduate Students Dinner withthe Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph J. Y. Sung. It is a golden opportunity to meet and communicate with Vice-Chancellor face-to-face.

You will meet over 100 students from different departments and more than 10 distinguished guests from CUHK at that night. Part of our distinguished guests is as follows:



Vice-Chancellor (Guest Speaker) Prof. Joseph J.Y. SUNG
Dean of the Graduate School Prof. Wing Shing WONG
University Dean of Students Prof. Dennis K.P. NG
Director of the Office of Student Affairs Mr. Raymond Y.C. LEUNG

Master of Postgraduate Halls Prof. Pang Chui SHAW
Hostel Warden of Postgraduate Halls Prof. Edwin CHAN
Hostel Warden of Postgraduate Halls Prof. Clement SO
Honorary Lady Warden of Postgraduate Halls Dr. Alice LEE

Honorary Lady Warden of Postgraduate Halls Mrs. Sheila SHAW

We sincerely invite all Postgraduate Students to come and join this big event! Details of the Vice-Chancellor’s Dinner 2012 are as below:

Date:12thJanuary, 2012 (Thursday)

Time: 18:00 – 21:00 (Reception starts at 17:45)

Venue: Benjamin Franklin Centre Staff Canteen

Charge: HK$ 35 for full members / HK$ 95 for non-full members (Apply for Full Member)

Successfully applicants will be notified with payment methods via confirmation emails.

Buffet Menu:Click to See Details

Quota:30 (The seat is limited, first come first served!)

Dress code: Smart Casual

Organizer: Postgraduate Student Association of CUHK (CUPSA)

Postgraduate Hall Residents’ Associations (PGHRAs)

Contact Person: Rocky Zhang

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Registration Method:

Registration is REQUIRED. As places are limited, registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Once the 30 places are fulfilled, all other registrations will be placed on a waiting list.

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