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SciencesPo & HKU Dual Degree: Hear from the students!

December 04, 2015 / by

This year, Sciences Po Paris university in France and HKU came together to launch a dual-degree program, wherein students would spend two years in each institution, and complete two bachelors in...

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HKU Celebrates Holi – Photos

March 13, 2015 / by

Hey everyone, This year's Reading Week was welcomed on Monday by Holi: India's most vibrant festival.  Celebrating Holi is simple: there is coloured powder, there is water (or beer, or any...

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Chinese New Year Isn’t Always the Best…

March 02, 2015 / by

Now that Chinese New Year is over, it seems OK to now expose some of the faults of this excellent opportunity to GTFO out of school after school, which has only been on for a measly two weeks after...

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Things You Learn Growing Up Outside Your Home Country

April 10, 2014 / by

As almost an immediate disclaimer, I want to add that this is not another article about the many plights and quirks about living a Third Culture Kid (TCK) lifestyle. Those are fun to read, but often...

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Holi in HKU: An Inside Perspective

March 19, 2014 / by

 Celebrating Holi is simple: there is coloured powder, there is water (or beer, or any liquid there is, really...), and there are people. There are no rules. Some of my earliest memories of this...

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Why Hong Kong Isn’t A Cultural Desert

March 14, 2014 / by

We’ve all heard the claim being made before. Culture is an all-encompassing term, and where there is civilisation, there is culture, but when we say that Hong Kong is a cultural desert, we know...

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Hallo Deutschland! Part I

February 06, 2013 / by

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller I’ve always loved travelling, though I must admit, it is not an easy thing to do for a college...

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