LU signs MoU with Culture Homes and Forward Living to improve community care for the elderly and make Hong Kong an age-friendly city

To encourage Hong Kong’s development of an age-friendly city, LU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Culture Homes and Forward Living 20 December. It aims to motiovate LU faculty members and students to moveoff campus and learn to understand the society’s real needs, so as to solve social problems with their professional knowledge and networks.





Photo (from left): Ms Stephanie Law Kai-nin, Managing Director of Culture Homes Healthcare Company Limited, Prof Joshua Mok Ka-ho, Vice-President of LU and Ms Queenie Man Wei-yin, Managing Director of Forward Living Management Limited sign the MoU.


Under the MoU, both parties will increase their collaboration in areas including the study, promotion, and implementation of traditional Chinese medicine, life-long learning opportunities for senior residents, research on ageing issues, placement opportunities forstudents, and social innovation and gerontechnology.