School of Humanities and Social Science
30/10/2020Global Undergraduate Awards
Highly Commended Entrant, Literature Category
Choi Wai Ming Lorraine (BA-ENG)
30/09/2020The 30th Chinese Poetry Writing Competition
Merit Award, Student Category
Hung Sze Kun (BA-CHI)
12/06/2020The 4th Undergraduate Academic Conference on Humanities
Recommended Paper Award
Ho Kun Shun, Thompson (BA-CHI)
02/10/201727th Chinese Poetry Writing Competition in 2017
Merit Award, Student Category
Shum Kwan Lun (BA-CHI)
01/02/2016The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) Best Student Awards 2015
Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers
Rameen (ENG)
2014-11-
2015-04
Joint University Outstanding Marketing Award 2014-2015
LEUNG King Yan, Janice, BA-ENG, and BBA Students


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Global Undergraduate Awards

Highly Commended Entrant, Literature Category
Choi Wai Ming Lorraine (BA-ENG)
30 October 2020

Global Undergraduate Awards

Ms Lorraine Choi, a graduate from the BA (Hons) English programme this year, has been selected as a Highly Commended Entrant of the Global Undergraduate Awards 2020 in the Literature Category with her academic project, ‘The Death of Chivalry: A Corpus Linguistics Study on Arthurian Legends’. She is the only Hong Kong student receiving this award in the Literature category.

The Global Undergraduate Awards is the world’s leading academic awards programme which recognises outstanding academic coursework from undergraduate students and recent graduates globally. This year it has received 4,148 submissions from 380 institutions in 50 countries. It was encouraging that Lorraine’s work stood out with those from students of other top universities in the world.


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The 30th Chinese Poetry Writing Competition

Merit Award
Hung Sze Kun (BA-CHI)
30 September 2020

The 30th Chinese Poetry Writing Competition

 Hung Sze Kun, Year-4 student from the BA (Hons) in Chinese programme, received the Merit Award in the Students’ Section of The 30th Chinese Poetry Writing Competition in 2020. Her entry, themed ‘The Scenery of Spring at Oi Man Estate’, was written based on the melody of Yujia’ao. This is the fourth time in a row that students from the programme won prizes in the competition. 

The Chinese Poetry Writing Competition is organised by the Hong Kong Public Libraries since 1991. It aims at enhancing the Chinese language proficiency of the public and their ability to appreciate verse. This year’s  competition received keen responses and there were more than 600 submissions. For the Students’ Section, selected candidates were required to attend an interview to improvise couplets before their rankings were finalised. Winning entries are now on roving exhibition at various public libraries.


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Department of Chinese Student Received Award in Chinese Poetry Writing Competition

Merit Award, Student Category
Shum Kwan Lun (BA-CHI)
2 October 2017

Professor Richard Ho presented the certificate of merit toShum Kwan Lun (right).

Shum Kwan Lun (BA-CHI, Year 2) received a Merit Award in the 27th Chinese Poetry Writing Competition in 2017 organised by the Hong Kong Public Libraries, Leisure and Cultural Services Department to promote the proficiency in Chinese language and the appreciation of Chinese literature with rhymes. The competition received more than 1,000 entries from the open and the student categories. Winning entries were on display at various public libraries.


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BA-ENG Student Awarded the Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers

Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers
Rameen (ENG)
1 February 2016

BA-ENG Student Awarded the Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers
The Scholarship for Prospective English Teachers is set up by the Education Bureau with the aim to attract talents with proficiency in English to pursue relevant local bachelor degree programmes and/ or programmes for teacher training qualification. In the Academic Year 2016/17, there are 50 scholarships offered to 10 institutions. Rameen (BA-ENG) is our first student to receive this honour.


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Joint University Outstanding Marketing Award 2014-2015

Semi-Finalist (Top 20 out of 400 teams)
LEUNG King Yan, Janice, BA-ENG, and BBA Students
November 2014 – April 2015

 
Joint University Outstanding Marketing Award 2014-2015 is a large scale marketing competition that has received wide recognition since its establishment in 1995. This competition allows participants from various tertiary institutions to gain knowledge in the field of marketing and develop their creative thinking skills, organisational skills, and communication skills. 
LEUNG King Yan, Janice (BA-ENG) and her team, put forth their best effort to write a compelling executive summary and create an advertising video, becoming one of the top 20 teams among 400 teams.
Members of the team are:
LEUNG King Yan, Janice (BA-ENG)
LAM Kenny (BBA – Accounting)
CHAN Chi Kit (BBA – Accounting)
POON Tze Kin, Alden (BBA – Marketing)
CHEUNG Po Yi (BA-ENG)