Yo Hoo outdoors activity club members at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) are hitting the city's outskirts this weekend for a hike on beautiful Po Toi island. Ancient rock carvings on the island that date back 2,000 years have been listed as declared monuments of Hong Kong. Lunch will be provided and all HKUST students are welcome to attend. April 10, 10am-6pm. HK$30 for members, HK$50 for non-members. To register, contact the group on Facebook at on.fb.me/hssqhz.
Table tennis tournament set for grand finale
The annual table tennis tournament at City University enters its final leg next week. The concluding matches will range from singles and doubles bouts to the highly anticipated championship decider for student-teacher teams. April 14 and 16, 6.30pm-10.30pm. Hu Fa Kuang Sports Centre, City University. Visit bit.ly/exK2V2for details.
Medical engineers document memories
The University of Hong Kong's Medical Engineering Society is inviting all members, past and present, to take part in a photo session this week. "[Group] photos are a classic way to capture your university life and preserve the memory of classmates," they say. April 12, 3.30pm. Sun Yat-Sen Place, University of Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam. Go to bit.ly/fh1mWifor more details.
Fashion, fortune and career advice all in one
The Community College of City University is hosting a career fair next week and has pulled out all the stops to get you going. The event, which includes talks on beauty, banking and Chinese medicine, will also include free nail art and fortune-reading sessions for all. Former legislator Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee will also be on hand to make some brief comments. April 15, noon-5pm. City University Community College, Telford Plaza, 33 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay. For details, visit on.fb.me/hgt4Py.
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