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09-11-2015

Dreams of Flying Colours Reunion Dinner

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The Dreams of Flying Colours Reunion Dinner held in the evening impressed alumni, guests and the University’s staff and management with cosy ambience and exciting performances. More than 500 alumni from over 20 departments, six different decades, 12 Alumni Associations gathered with HKBU students, academic and administrative staff and University management to enjoy the sizzling poon choi dinner.

The dinner was kick-started with an exhilarating Latin dance performance by Alumna Kanny Lee. After rounds of cheering from the floor when the masters of ceremonies alumnus Timothy Lam and alumna Carol Ko called out the faculties and schools, President and Vice-Chancellor Prof. Roland Chin delivered his welcome remarks followed by an on-stage toasting led by nearly 20 senior management, deans and heads of academic departments.

Attending guests also enjoyed the singing performance by Year 4 student Angela Hui, a winner at the “Emperor Entertainment Group Singing Contest 2010”. The atmosphere of the dinner peaked when the University management including President and Vice-Chancellor Prof. Roland T. Chin, Vice-President (Academic) Prof. Franklin Luk, Vice-President (Research and Development) Prof. Rick Wong, Associate Vice-President Prof. Frank Fu, and Associate Vice-President Prof. Ricky Wong gave a toast to every table. The warm toasting was filled with friendship and laughter. The dinner ended on a happy note when the University management, Honorary University Fellows including Ronald Chiu, Herman Lau, Dickson Shang, Wong Nga-chung, Stephen Yau and awardee of Distinguished Alumni Award Marianna Tsang, as well as presidents of various alumni associations sang a finale song together on stage.

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