Professional adventure photographer Brian Ong is hosting a four-part course for University of Hong Kong students looking to improve their photo-taking skills. The course, which kicks off on Monday, will include a field trip to Tai Tam, as well as detailed instructions on how to use photo editing software. March 21 and 28, and April 4 and 9 - both from 6.30-8pm. Register in person at the Innovation and Incubation Building, Room 108. Visit on.fb.me/fpb6g3 for more details.
Make a difference, be a candidate
The Polytechnic University Student Union has issued a final call for Union Council and Union Judicial Council nominations for the university (right). An AGM will be held on March 26. Nomination forms are available from Room VA325 between 10am-2pm at weekends and 5pm-7pm on weekdays. Visit bit.ly/fvKR2j or contact 2766 7694 for more details.
Charm can smooth your way to the top
City University will host an alumni forum next week on charisma in leadership. Professor Dennis Lam and former students Agnes Wu and Mary Cheung will share their thoughts on what it takes to succeed in the business world and how a little charm could take you a long way. The event will start with a brief networking session and be followed by a Chinese dinner. March 24, 7pm until late. The Hong Kong Bankers Club, 43/F Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, Central. HK$390. Register online at bit.ly/i6K4EL.
Be a star at HKU, get a celebration bag
The HKU Starr Hall society celebrates its 10th anniversary this week. To mark the event, the group will host an exhibition ceremony on March 21, during which limited-edition commemorative bags will be distributed. Attendance is free of charge, and all HKU students are welcome to attend. Visit on.fb.me/gQEGqafor details.
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