|08/2020||Book Prize for Interpreting 2019-20
LEUNG Yuen Lam & LIU Sum Yee, BTB Students
|08/2020||Hong Kong Translation Society F. C. Lo Scholarship 2019-20
TSE Cheuk Ying, BTB Student
|06/2020||Computer and Business Translation Scholarship
WONG Wai Yu, BTB Student
|06/2020||Book Prize for Legal Translation 2019-20
AU-YEUNG Wing Yi, BTB Student
|Glocal Greenovation Challenge
CHUNG Hau Ming, Carmen, BTB Student
Students of the School of Translation and Foreign Languages Receive Book Prize for Interpreting 2019/20
LEUNG Yuen Lam & LIU Sum Yee, BTB students
Mr Kin-bun Chan, Advisor of the School of Translation and Foreign Languages, has generously donated the Book Prize for Interpreting 2019/20 to the School to encourage students to develop their potential in interpreting. The prizes went to Ms Sum-yee Liu and Ms Yuen-lam Leung from the Bachelor of Translation with Business (Hons) programme, who had outstanding academic performance in the modules of Simultaneous Interpreting and Consecutive Interpreting (Putonghua-English/English-Putonghua) respectively. They were each awarded a prize of HK$1,000 in recognition of their achievements.
Student of the School of Translation and Foreign Languages Receives Hong Kong Translation Society F C Lo Scholarships
TSE Cheuk Ying, BTB students
Starting from 2018-19, an annual scholarship of HK$10,000 has been offered to a final-year translation student at HSUHK who demonstrates academic excellence in his/her study. This year, Ms Cheuk-ying Tse from the Bachelor of Translation with Business (Hons) programme was awarded the scholarship with her outstanding academic performance.
The Hong Kong Translation Society F C Lo Scholarships were established by Mr F C Lo, Chairman of FC Packing Holding Ltd, in 2010 with the aim to recognise outstanding academic achievements of students majoring in translation in Hong Kong’s tertiary institutions, and to promote translation as a discipline in these institutions. The School of Translation and Foreign Languages highly appreciates the continuous support from the Hong Kong Translation Society.
Carmen Chung (3rd from right in second photo)
Glocal Greenovation Challenge (GGC) gathered all the top talents from multi-disciplines to form different creative businesses that help solve local and global environmental problems. In 54 hours, CHUNG Hau Ming, Carmen led a group of six, a mix of an auditing manager, a bank data analyst, a graphic designer, a graduate student and a reporter. They brainstormed ideas on-site and passed a series of pitching in both Chinese and English in front of judges in the offices of KPMG and Google. In the final round, they presented their final prototype to various potential investors in the conference hall of Credit Suisse in the presence of the founders of Sa Sa, the Under Secretary for the Environment and so on.