The Jones Lang LaSalle Business Smart Competition is fast approaching. Registered students with suggestions on how the government could use the northern New Territories to facilitate long-term sustainable development should submit their proposals by May 13. Winners and finalists will be considered for summer internships with the company. For more details, visit bit.ly/lOqHAS.
Islamic youth group seminars
The Hong Kong Islamic Youth Association will conduct a two-hour lecture on the "Return of Jesus" this Sunday, 7pm, at the Kowloon Masjid & Islamic Centre, Main Hall, 105 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.
The event will be followed by a seminar on the "Miracles of the Koran" on May 9, hosted by the Pakistani Students Society at the Yuen Long Town Hall, 4 Tai Yuk Road. The talks are part of the Kowloon Masjid Dawah committee's four-day "Islam and the Sciences" series. Visit bit.ly/lujDcH for the full schedule.
HKU camping offers post-exam relief
The University of Hong Kong's Christian Association is hosting a camping trip to Cheung Chau for those looking to unwind after their exams. While geared towards association members, the event is open to all HKU students. A fee of HK$250 covers transportation and meals. The trip is set for June 21-23. Visit the group's Facebook page at on.fb.me/jUjRAqb for registration and other details.
Union Choir in full voice for music festival
Looking to keep your vocal chords in trim this summer? The University of Hong Kong's Union Choir is competing in the Hong Kong International Youth and Children's Choir Festival next month and welcomes talented association members to join them. As a bonus, each participant will receive free access to workshops and master classes conducted by renowned choral masters working with Union Choir. Association members should contact part leaders for further information. The festival is on July 18, between 2 and 6pm at the Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall.
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