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HKU politics and public administration students dine out to calm exam nerves
Staff Reporter
update on Friday, April 15, 2011

Here's one way of overcoming those pre-exam jitters. The Politics and Public Administration Association of the University of Hong Kong is organising a lunch on April 18 at the Treasure Lake Seafood Restaurant in Sheung Wan as part of its Superpass series. The event allows students to encourage each other before their final exams. It costs HK$35 for members and HK$40 for non-members. The group will also hold activities such as writing Superpass greetings, Superpass games and a lucky draw. On April 20, it will host the Superpass ball games, open to all members. For more details, contact Amanda Zhang at or on 9286 2408.

Academic spells out health vision at CityU

City University hosts Professor Paul Crawford, chair professor for health humanities at the University of Nottingham in Britain, to talk about the latest trends in medical and health care. He will argue that medical humanities should now evolve into health humanities devoted to health and well-being issues, including environmental health, statutory health care, informal care, self-help activities and newly discovered relationships and applications between these and the humanities. The seminar is on April 18 from 4-6pm at the HKAICS Conference Room on the fourth floor of Mong Man-wa Building. Contact Liang Hongling at or on 3442 6480 for details.

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