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Dinner to celebrate graduation of taught postgraduate students

15 May 2017

Dinner to celebrate graduation of taught postgraduate students

To celebrate the graduation of Lingnan University’s taught postgraduate students, the Division of Graduate Studies (DGS) organised the “Dinner for Graduating Taught Postgraduate Students” on 15 May at the Regal Kowloon Hotel.  More than 180 graduating students, teachers, staff and guests enjoyed a memorable evening together.

 

The event started with the welcoming remarks by President Leonard K Cheng, who congratulated all the graduating students on the completion of their studies and expressed his best wishes for every success in their future endeavours.  He encouraged the students to cherish and maintain a close bond with the University.  Two student representatives including Ms Ding Kexin from the Master of Science in International Banking and Finance programme and Ms Tu Thao-hieu, a Vietnamese student from the Master of Science in Marketing and International Business (MScMIB) programme shared their gratitude, memories and feelings of studying at Lingnan, and expressed their sincere thanks to all professors and staff.

 

Students sparkled the event with great performances that showcased their talents.  Mr Bai Tian-yu from MScMIB rewrote the Chinese lyrics of the song Love Confession with English and performed it for the audience.  Another performer, Ms Gao Yuan from Master of Accountancy, impressed the audience with her bamboo flute performance.  Finally, three MScMIB students Caitlyn, Echo and Zoe closed the performance session by singing Goodbye with our lecturers and students.

 

There was a slideshow that captured DGS’s learning enhancement activities and students’ joyful moments at Lingnan.  Mr William Leung, Vice-Chairman of Lingnan University Alumni Association (Hong Kong), was also invited to share information about joining the alumni family of Lingnan.

Dinner to celebrate graduation of taught postgraduate students