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L²EI - ILP Residential Education on Language Learning
ILP
Residential Education on Language Learning

{The information of this website is correct at the time of publishing (Jan 2022), and is subject to review and change.}
 

學生事務處主辦

Organised by Office of Student Affairs

 

交友無界限  (NEW)
Good Communication and Social Skills Make a Difference in University Life  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of activity, students will be able to:                             
1. Recognise the importance of communication and social skills in University life; 
2. Understand the bedrock of good communication; and
3. Learn some useful social and communication skills in order to enrich the University life.


Description:
Enhancing our social and communication skills would definitely help us to connect with people better. The talk will cover various barriers in communications and what is important in communication especially in different cultural context.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7227

22/2/2022 (Tue)

15:00 - 16:00

Zoom

Instructor / Speaker

Mr Elton NG
Assistant Counsellor, Office of Student Affairs, Lingnan University

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1 (Residential Education)

 

新科技助你開創健康宿舍生活  (NEW)
SMART APP – Smart and Healthy Hostel Life  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to: 
1. Learn the current health sensing technology in the hostel setting;
2. Understand how to interpret the data for health improvement; and 
3. Motivate themselves and inspire hostel residents around to improve the hostel lifestyle.


Description:
Smartphone applications (APP) and wearable sensors have the potential to help people make healthier lifestyle choices. According to the 13th annual Fitness Trends survey from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), wearable technology is forecast to stand out as next year’s most popular trend. If you want to know more about how to use it to enhance your hostel life, please join this workshop.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7228

2/3/2022 (Wed)

15:30 - 16:30

Zoom (Update)

Instructor / Speaker

Dr MOK Kam Ming
Assistant Manager (PE) I, Office of Student Affairs, Lingnan University

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1 (Residential Education)

 

健康‧文化薈萃‧宿舍瑜伽展身心 (NEW)
Wellness and Cultural Integration - Yoga in a Hostel Environment​ (NEW)

 

Objective: 
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Know the basics of yoga; 
2. Live a healthy hostel or university life or even mingle with friends of similar cultural interests; and
3. Understand how yoga integrates in Hong Kong culture.


Description:
The benefits of yoga include decreased stress and tension, increased strength and balance, increased flexibility, lowered blood pressure and reduced cortisol levels. Let's join us, make new friends and enjoy!  Yoga mat and equipment will be provided.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7226

27/4/2022 (Wed) (Update)

18:30 - 19:30 

Student Function Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Violet YIP
RYT 200 Yoga Instructor

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1 (Residential Education)

Deposit $50 (will be refunded upon completion of this activity)

 

蒙民偉樓東亞堂(MEA)主辦

Organised by William M W Mong Hall The Bank of East Asia Hall (MEA)

 

防身術入門​  (NEW)
Self-defence Training  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Enhance their physical strength; 
2. Acquire the ability to defend oneself from attack and injury; and
3. Prevent physical conflict.


Description:
The trainer will teach students basic self-defence techniques that can enable them to defend themselves from attacks and prevent physical conflicts. The trainer will also practice fitness exercises with students to strengthen their physical ability and body coordination.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7200

4/4/2022 (Mon) (Update)

20:00-21:30

Room 111, MEA Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Terry HUI
Self-defense Trainer

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese 

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

香港崇正總會樓霍藻棉樓(TFB)主辦

Organised by Tsung Tsin Association Hall Fok Choi Man Hall (TFB)

 

芬蘭木柱體驗班  (NEW)
Mölkky Workshop  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Experience the Finnish throwing game; and
2. Practise the skills required.


Description:
Mölkky is a Finnish throwing game. It does not require as much physical strength and is more suitable for everyone regardless of age and condition. It requires no special equipment and success is based on a combination of chance and skill. Come to have fun together!

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7213

13/4/2022 (Wed) (Update)

16:30 - 18:00 (Update)

Open area opposite
to MEA Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Mr Anson HO
Mölkky Coach

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

忠信逸民堂(CSYM)主辦

Organised by Chung Shun Yee Min Hall (CSYM)


手作仔 ─ Tote Bag紮染工作坊
  (NEW)
Workshop on Tie Dye for Tote Bags
  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Acquire basic knowledge and skills on tie dye; 
2. Learn the blending skills of colours; and
3. Enjoy the arts of the tie dye.


Description:
This workshop will give participants an opportunity on how to make unique and stylish tote bag with the art of tie dye in a relaxing context. By the profound experiences of instructors, participants will develop their creativity and potentials in the process of the tie dye. Participants will be enabled to relax from daily academic workloads and find their interests in arts and cultures. 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

6907

7/3/2022 (Mon)

19:30 - 21:30

Common Room,

CSYM Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Instructors from Gatherly

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2 (Residential Education)

Deposit $100 ($50 will be refunded upon completion of this activity)

 

電影分享夜  (NEW)
Movie Night and Sharing
  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Develop an appreciative attitude to movies in Love, Dream, Pursue, Growth and Change;
2. Express from the notion that kindness and empathy can still be our first response. and
3. Evoke a range of emotions befitting a lesson on feelings.


Description:
In collaboration with CEAL, we will share and screen a documentary movie on Won’t You Be My Neighbour during this session of activity. After the movie screening, we will invite participants to discuss and exchange ideas on love, dream, pursue, growth and change with our hostel tutor and visiting English tutors in a relaxing context. It will enhance residents’ confidence and eagerness to express their own experiences and ideas.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

6908

8/3/2022 (Tue)

18:00 - 19:30

Common Room of
CSYM Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Mollie WANG

Hostel Tutor, CSYM Hall &
Visiting English Tutors of Centre for English and Additional Languages (CEAL), Lingnan University

Medium of Instruction

English 

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

林護堂(LWD)主辦

Organised by Lam Woo Hall (LWD)

 

興趣茶藝​  (NEW)
Traditional Tea Appreciation  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Explain the significance of tea drinking in the Chinese culture;
2. Demonstrate tea brewing methods & techniques; and 
3. Differentiate tea samples.


Description:
Tea is the essence of Chinese culture. A Chinese tea cup may look small, but it holds a great deal more than tea and water. Through this class, participants will be introduced  to the many varieties of tea, its proper preparation, and tea-drinking etiquette. 

You will discover why the ancient saying holds true: "Life is like tea. The longer it  steeps, the richer it becomes".

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7187

9/3/2022 (Wed)

19:30 - 21:00

Zoom (Update)

 

非洲鼓與舞蹈​  (NEW)
Rhythms of African Drum & Dance (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Identify key components of the djembe drum;
2. Demonstrate basic drumming techniques & rhythms; and
3. Explain the significance of drumming in African cultures.


Description:
Music is deeply woven into the fabric of African life, and drums are the primordial musical instruments. African  drums are played to communicate, celebrate, mourn and inspire. They're played in times of peace and war, planting and harvesting, birth and death. You will learn age-old drumming techniques that have been preserved through time. Spend an evening getting intoxified by the rhythms of the djembe drum!

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7188

24/3/2022 (Thu)

19:30 - 21:00

Zoom (Update)

Instructor / Speaker

Mr Dawit Kahsay DEBESAI
Education Projects Manager, Africa Center HK

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

賽馬會堂 (JCE) 主辦

Organised by The Jockey Club Hall (JCE)

 

與精神科護士對談:精神障礙病患的認知與支援​  (NEW)
Understanding mental disorder with Psychiatric Nurse  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Understand the basics of different types of mental disorders;
2. Recognise how to get along with patients with mental disorders; and
3. Enrich the use of different terminologies in psychiatric field.


Description:
Mental illness has increasingly become an important issue in the society. People struggling with mental disorder could be in your family, hallmates and friends. In this workshop, the experienced and registered psychiatric nurse is going to share with us some basic knowledge about mental disorder. He will also give suggestions and tips on how to get along with these patients and support them in an effective way and introduce some professional terminologies used in the field.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7157

10/2/2022 (Thu)

19:00 - 20:30

Zoom

Instructor / Speaker

Mr CHAN Ka Lok
Registered Nurse (Psychiatric)

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

Games Night at JCE - Language Enhancement Workshop   (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Increase their confidence in using English;
2. Enrich their English language vocabulary; and
3. Enhance their English language listening skills


Description:
Join the VETs for our popular games night! We'll provide the games, including classics like Cluedo and Monopoly, as well as modern favourites such as Codenames and Headbanz, so all you need to do is show up and play! This is a great way to improve your English in a relaxed and social environment and have some fun at the same time. 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7154

4/4/2022 (Mon) (Update)

19:00 - 20:30

MBG06

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Theresa DARROCH and Ms. Caitlin LYNCH
Visiting English Tutors, Centre for English and Additional Languages (CEAL), Lingnan University

Medium of Instruction

English 

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

賽馬會堂 (JCF) 主辦

Organised by The Jockey Club Hall (JCF)

 

文化香港:那似曾相識的我城故 (NEW)
Cultural Hong Kong: Stories of our City  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Learn more about Hong Kong literature and culture;
2. Recognise the close relationship between different cultural texts: literature, arts, movies, etc; and
3. Gain a deeper understanding of the city we live. 


Description:
Stories of Hong Kong are difficult to tell, but we have to keep telling to prevent them from disappearing. The speaker will tell the stories of Hong Kong through the (re)reading of a variety of cultural texts, including literature, arts and movies, hoping to inspire students to (re)think of their relationship with our city in a cultural approach.  

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7166

28/3/2022 (Mon) (Update)

17:00 - 18:30

Fu Tei Bookstore

Instructor / Speaker

Mr Jason WONG
Hostel Tutor, JCF Hall; and
Tutor, Department of Chinese, Lingnan University

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

賽馬會博雅堂(JCNG)主辦

Organised by The Jockey Club New Hall (JCNG)

 

廣東話普通話對話交流​  (NEW)
The Dialogue between Cantonese and Putonghua  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Describe the difference between Cantonese and Putonghua through translation;
2. Practise pronunciation skills; and
3. Enhance the learning interest in both dialects. 


Description:
Chinese is a beautiful language with different dialects. Come and explore the most commonly used Cantonese and Mandarin through fun games and riddles.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7171

21/2/2022 (Mon)

20:00 - 21:00

Common Area,
G/F, JCNG Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Candy LIU
Hostel Tutor, JCNG Hall

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese & Putonghua

ILP Unit(s)

1 (Residential Education)

 

撰寫履歷/求職面試工作坊  (NEW)
CV and Interview Skills Workshop (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Understand the needs of prospective employers;
2. Communicate the experience and skills to fit those needs; and
3. Sharpen the interview skills to stand out during job interviews.


Description:
CV is the first impression that a potential employer gets of the applicants, therefore it should be carefully composed. During the workshop, you will learn how to write and edit a CV that is effective for job hunting. Another focus of the workshop will be interview skills. There will be opportunities for practice and participants will receive feedback on their performance. After the workshop, you will feel more confident in preparing for a job application and interview.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7173

14/3/2022 (Mon)

19:00 - 20:30

MBG10

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Caitlin LYNCH &
Visiting English Tutor, Centre for English and Additional Languages (CEAL), Lingnan University 

Ms. Siuyo SIU
Hostel Tutor of JCNG Hall

Medium of Instruction

Engllish

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

白雙全的藝術  (NEW)
Bits and Pieces: Art of Pak Sheung Chuen (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Learn some basic knowledge of contemporary art
2. Understand the style and concept of Pak Sheung Chuen's work; and
3. Develop their sense of appreciation in art and life in general.


Description:
This talk is about Hong Kong art appreciation, the art of Pak Sheung Chuen in particular. Some of his famous works will be discussed. It also extends the discussion to the nature and definition of art.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7172

21/4/2022 (Thu)

19:30 - 21:00

Zoom

Instructor / Speaker

Dr SHENG Hung
Hostel Tutor, JCNG Hall

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

賽馬會博雅堂 (JCNH) 主辦

Organised by Jockey Club New Hall (JCNH)


環保利是封手工工作坊  (NEW)
DIY Chinese New Year Red Packet Decorations (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
 1. Describe how to make lantern, fan, and fish ornaments with red packets;
 2. Understand meanings associated with these Chinese New Year crafts; and
 3. Apply upcycling tips.


Description:
In every Chinese New Year, people use and dispose of many red packets which create environmental issues.  This year, we recycle used red packets to make festive decorations.  Besides keeping the traditions of this festival, we hope to reduce landfill waste and bring a new element of recycling in our daily lives. 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7182

11/2/2022 (Fri)

17:00 - 18:30

Zoom (Update)

Instructor / Speaker         

Ms CHAN Hoi Ching
Hostel Tutor, JCNH Hall

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

二十多歲的儲蓄和投資基礎  (NEW)
Savings and Investment Basics for 20-somethings (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Recognise the importance of saving and investing at an early age, because of the principle of compounding; 
2. Understand the reciprocal relationship between debt and savings; and       
3. Apply the basic types of investment vehicles available and the advantages and disadvantages of each.


Description:
This programme is premised on the fact that investing is a lifetime project, and the time to start is early adulthood. This will be a very practical talk and Q&A session, led by the Warden of Hall H, who has saved and invested throughout the dot-com bubble and crash (1997-2001), the US housing bubble, the financial crisis/ “Great Recession” of 2007-09, and the volatility around Brexit (among other episodes), and has lived to tell about it.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7180

23/2/2022 (Wed)

19:00 - 20:30

Zoom (Update)

Instructor / Speaker

Prof Mark HAMPTON
Warden, JCNH Hall

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

黃浩川堂(WHC)主辦

Organised by Wong Hoo Chuen Hall (WHC)

 

抽象藝術搞邊科?​  (NEW)
What is Abstract Art About?   (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Describe the basics of abstraction in art;
2. Understand "abstract art" in the development of Chinese and Western art history; and
3. Develop their sense of appreciation in art, and life in general.


Description:
This sharing is about art appreciation, with a theme on abstraction. It explores the meaning of abstract art, Masterpieces in Chinese and Western art history, as well as the nature and definition of art.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7553

1/3/2022 (Tue)

19:30 - 21:00

SEK317,
WHC Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Dr SHENG Hung
Arts Historian; and
Hostel Tutor, JCNG Hall

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)

 

紮染帽子工作坊​  (NEW)
Tie-dyeing Handicraft Hat Workshop  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:

1. Recognize the skills of talented retirees;
2. Learn more about the traditional handicraft, tie-dyeing; and
3. Acquire skills in tie-dyeing.


Description:
Tie-dyeing is a traditional handicraft from Hakka. In ancient times, folk wisdom used a dyed square scarf for book wrapping and other personal care. Through hands-on tie-dyeing of a handicraft bag, students can learn more about natural dyeing, tie-dye patterns and dyeing techniques.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7218

17/3/2022 (Thu)

18:00 - 20:00

SEK317,
WHC Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Nans LEUNG
Senior Hostel Tutor, WHC Hall

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2 (Residential Education)

Deposit $50 (will be refunded upon completion of this activity)

 

20世紀華語流行音樂概觀​  (NEW)
Introduction of 20th Century Mandarin Popular Music (Mandopop)  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Describe the macro history of the development of modern Chinese pop music;
2. Recognize the context of cultural and historical exchanges between the Mainland, Taiwan, and Hong Kong from popular music; and
3. Refresh the knowledge of the cultural deposits of Hong Kong pop music through interesting examples.


Description:
The development of Chinese popular music is a very large and interesting topic, not only in academics but also in our daily life. Did you ever think about one of the traditional Chinese New Year Song "gongxigongxi"(恭喜恭喜) is actually a song for celebrating the Victory in the War of Resistance? Popular culture changes constantly across place and time. Theories of the role and objectives of popular culture in society show it to be inextricably bound up with rapidly changing cultures. Having a simple picture of the 20th-century Mandopop development would be a good chance to appreciate Chinese pop music nowadays, and you may realize the deep culture of Chinese pop music is far more fascinating than you can imagine. 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7217

8/4/2022 (Fri)

20:00 - 22:00

SEK317,
WHC Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Mr Erik TSANG
Senior Media Expert

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2 (Residential Education)

 

伍絜宜堂(WJY)主辦

Organised by Wu Jieh Yee Hall (WJY)


文字與影像​
  (NEW)
Words and Images Workshop  (NEW)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Capture ideas in everyday life experiences; and
2. Understand themselves more through images and words.


Description:
Images and words are one of the way to understand the world and themselves. The meaning of images and words will being difference because of personal experience. The speaker will introduce how to connect arts work and individual experience.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7221

23/3/2022 (Wed) (Update)

19:30 - 21:30

Fu Tei Bookstore

Instructor / Speaker

Mr Jayden CHAN
Hostel Tutor of WJY Hall

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2 (Residential Education)

 

你的小誌 (NEW) (Cancelled)
Self Expression in Zines (NEW) (Cancelled)


Objective:
At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Develop a stronger sense of their own voices;
2. Learn to integrate multiple forms of communication (movement, words, drawings, etc); and
3. Think creatively and critically about storytelling


Description:
A zine is a self-published booklet composed with a variety of art forms such as poetry, collages, comics, drawings, short stories, and others. Popularized again in the 1990s in the United States by punk feminist activist movements, zines became a way for people to tell their own stories and controlling their own distribution. In this workshop you will learn a bit of the history of zines, see examples, as well as creating your own! 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

7222

11/4/2022 (Mon) (Cancelled)

19:00 - 20:30

Common Room,
 3/F, WJY Hall

Instructor / Speaker

Ms Linda HUANG and Ms Karmen CHEUNG
Hostel Tutors, WJY Hall

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1.5 (Residential Education)