ADR and rule of law in a globalised world
Calling all legal society members. The University of Hong Kong has organised a lecture on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and the rule of law next week. The Missouri-Columbia School of Law’s Richard C. Reuben – one of the world’s foremost mediation experts – will be the main speaker. May 16, 6.30pm-7.30pm. Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, 38th floor, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central. Register online at bit.ly/kt3qRo.
AIESEC tackles generation divide
The world’s largest student association, AIESEC, will host a talk on “Generational Gaps in the Workplace” next week. Members of university business and economics societies are strongly advised to attend, as are students looking to pursue a career in human resources. Speakers include Hong Kong Institute of Human Resources Management president Francis Mok and e3 Reloaded Emma Reynolds. May 18, 1pm-6pm. Youth Square, 238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan. Visit www.aiesec.hk/?p=360 for registration.
Summer fun at CSK Variety Show
Looking to brighten up your summer with some live entertainment? Be sure to check out the Chan Sui Ki (CSK) Variety Show, which is organised in collaboration with the Hong Kong Joint School Student Association League. The event will feature an extensive range of stage-acts, from break-dancing demonstrations to beat-boxing performances. May 22. Chan Sui Ki College, 4 Sheung Wo Street, Ho Man Tin. HK$80. Visit on.fb.me/maWT5y for more details.
Words of wisdom
Not a great communicator? Uncover the secrets of effective dialogue by signing up for next month’s “360° Communication with Enneagram” workshop. A master enneagram trainer will reveal how to enhance your interpersonal skills by better understanding the nine personality types. June 5, 1pm-7pm; June 6, 10am-5.30pm. 15/F, Hip Shing Hong Centre, 55 Des Voeux Road, Central. HK$3,900; For purchases before May 23, the fee is HK$2,900. Visit www.classifiedpost.com/en for details.
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