Events & Exhibits
5 – 12 May 2021
Connect and build local communities in Asia without boundaries – is the theme of an exciting project of student groups of the BSS (Hons) of Asian Studies programme.
Amid the Covid-19 epidemic, two groups of Asian Studies students found ways to get exposed to diverse communities and cultures of Asia. One of them surveyed the ethnic foodscape of To Kwa Wan and the other group worked with international students of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University to explore the rural communities and traditional knowledge of Japan
29 October 2020, 27 November 2020, 5 February 2021, 19 March 2021, 16 April 2021
Space for All @ HSUHK Library
The Department of Art and Design is going to organise a series of, Art and Design Public Lectures, to arouse the interests in art and design among the public community as well as students and staff at HSUHK.
13 – 30 April 2021
The Exhibition, Biodiversity of Ma Lai Hau Hang 瞬間看恒河, has won popularity for its most interesting illustration of the floral and fauna of Ma Lai Hang in Jan 2020. Part II of the Exhibition was heed on as an extension of the previous efforts.
10 March 2021 – 8 April 2021
Taste The Joy of Reading 常嚐喜閱 is an Exhibition showcasing wonderful picks of books from teachers, librarians and students. You can also get tips on how to become a habitual reader and enjoy reading.
The Exhibition is over but the reading journey never ends.
9 – 26 February 2021
Lunar New Year Exhibition cum Couplets Writing 新年習俗展覽及揮春送福活動
Are you ready to celebrate the Year of the Ox? Any ideas of the origins of the traditional Chinese customs?
Organized by the Library, an Exhibition featuring stories of traditional Chinese customs of the Lunar New Year was held in Feb 2021. Two couplet writing sessions were delivered at the beginning of the Exhibition. Visitors of the Exhibition were able to pick up couplets of lucky blessings and immerse themselves in a warm festival experience.
11 January – 5 February 2021
At Ease 怡然 – An Exhibition of Sketches and Watercolor by artist Chan Kei Him 陳其謙素描及水彩作品展
Featuring pieces of beautiful sketches and watercolor paintings, the Exhibition At Ease has brought to its visitors a collection of art works with a variety of themes by artist Chan Kei Him.
Mr Chan has joined the Department of Art and Design since 2021 and taught the course AD1101 Analytical Drawing and Presentation.
This online Archive features a selection of Mr. Chan’s works from the Exhibition.
21 November – 8 December 2020
The Exhibition, Embrace Adversity and Build Your Resilience @Exchange, introduced students with exchange partners and overseas learning opportunities, as well as the messages from outbound students under the COVID-19 pandemic situation.
22 October – 18 November 2020
The Library has been uploading posts on Instagram regularly to share the latest developments and topics of interest with the University community since 2017.
Until the end of 2020, there are over 300 posts on the Library IG and all of them are our collective memories. We are glad to host an Exhibition to showcase the most popular IG posts and share our special moments in the past three years.
22 September – 16 October 2020
An Exhibition of Selected Books and Publications from the School of Humanities and Social Science
The Exhibition showcased a collection of books and publications including, but not limited to gender study in Chinese women, philosophical study in emotions, and practical English usage, by the academic staff from the School of Humanities and Social Science in recent years.
16 July – 14 August 2020, 17 August – 16 September 2020
An Exhibition of Watercolour Sketches by Professor Desmond Hui – in Celebration of the Establishment of the Department of Art and Design at The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong
慶祝香港恒生大學成立藝術設計系 – 許焯權教授水彩畫速寫展覽
On 16 July 2020, a simple yet solemn ceremony was held at the Library of The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK) – the opening of the Exhibition of Watercolour Sketches by Professor Desmond Hui in Celebration of the Establishment of the Department of Art and Design at HSUHK. Professor Desmond Hui explained the theme and contents of the Exhibition as a collection of his sketches during travels in the past 6 years. The pandemic lockdown for the last half year has created a common longing of people for travelling and his exhibition hopefully would provide an alternative escape as a spiritual journey to the viewers’ romantic destinations – whether in Barcelona, Majorca, Provence, Tuscany, Scandinavia or even Sai Kung and the outlying islands near Hong Kong.