Students from the University of Hong Kong's Business and Economics Association are venturing north next month for a visit to Beijing. The group says it hopes the trip will provide students with out-of-classroom learning experiences and an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the capital's present and future standing as an international business hub. The trip, from February 28 to March 4, is open to all association members.
The Rotaract Club of Hong Kong, in collaboration with Chinese University's Astronomy Society, is hosting a night of star gazing in Sai Kung tomorrow. Open to all, admission is HK$50 for students, HK$80 for graduate members of either organisation and HK$95 for graduate non-members. Tents and other equipment are included.
Taking a page out of the Mark Zuckerberg playbook, the University of Hong Kong's Social Sciences Society has introduced a new group hoodie. The stylish black jerseys are available in large, medium, small and extra small for HK$100 a pop at LG111 in the K.K. Leung Building. Each is emblazoned with the group name and crest. See them on www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=141544535906534
College open day for creatives
The Savannah College of Art and Design is inviting art and design students to tour its Sham Shui Po campus on March 5. The five-hour event allows prospective applicants to meet professors, receive admission and portfolio counselling, and attend introductory talks, which are available in both English and Cantonese. Register online at www.scad.edu/scadday or call 2253 8000.
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