Faculty News

Visitors from City College of Dongguan University of Technology —

Prof. Lok-Sang Ho, Dean of the Faculty of Business, received a team of senior management of City College of Dongguan University of Technology on January 29, 2018.  The visitors attended our Faculty’s research seminar and toured around the campus.

Prof. Shusheng Zhao (middle) of City College of Dongguan University of Technology took a photo with Prof. Lok-Sang Ho (right), Dean of the Faculty of Business, and Prof. Raymond Tse (left), Head of Department of Finance.

Visit to the Crossmedia Visual Production Studio.
Faculty Research Seminar

The Faculty held a Research Seminar on January 29, 2018 under its Research Seminar Series. Prof. Raymond Tse, Head of the Department of Finance, delivered a seminar on his research project titled “On the Closed-Form Solutions of Asian Options”.

 

Student’s Outstanding Achievements

Congratulations to Hao Yi, a year 4 student of BBA (Honours) in Finance, who successfully passed the 2017 CFA level I examination.

Finance student Hao Yi (middle) with Department Head Prof. Raymond Tse (right) and Lecturer Mr. Edward Chow (left).
Release of the Survey Result of Hong Kong Happiness Index 2017

Prof. Ho Lok Sang, Dean of the Business Faculty, announced the results of the 2017 Hong Kong Happiness Index.  This is one of a series of surveys conducted since 2005.  Designed by Prof. Ho, the survey has been sponsored by the Shih Wing Ching Foundation.  This year’s survey was conducted by the Public Opinion and Polling Centre of Chu Hai College via randomized telephone dialling, complemented by an on-line survey.  a Total of 772 Hong Kongers responded.  The results were covered by about 30 media in and out of Hong Kong.

The Index rebounded from 67.6 to 69.7, led by greater satisfaction with the administration of public policy.  However, satisfaction for publicly provided healthcare has plummeted to a new low of 5.88. 

The rating by young people below the age of 30 for public policy rebounded strongly from 3.31 to 4.21.  Their happiness also rose noticeably, but they continue to score very low in purposive living and not worrying about things beyond their control, at 6.48 and 5.58 respectively.

Hong Kong people’s rating for the media continues to climb for the third year, and now stands at 5.08, on a scale of 0 to 10.

Below are some of the media reports:

[The Standard] We’re happier- but not by much really

[am730] 港人快樂指數回升 施政滿意度增

[Sing Tao Daily] 去年快樂指數回升 港人滿意政府施政

[Mingpao] 港人快樂指數回升 學者歸因換特首

[Headline Daily] 政府推出惠民措施 港人滿意施政快樂指數回升

[Oriental Daily News] 港人快樂指數稍升 對公共醫療評價跌至新低

[Sky Post] 滿意政府施政 港人快樂指數回升

[Hong Kong Commercial Daily] 市民滿意施政快樂指數回升

Survey result of Hong Kong Happiness Index 2017 – [Press Release] [Report presented at press conference]

Mr. Antony Sin of BA Department interviewed by hk01

Mr. Antony Sin, Assistant Professor of BA Department, teaching law subjects, was interviewed by hk01 regarding the maximum working hour issue.  Please visit https://www.hk01.com/港聞/142070/ for the article (in Chinese only) titled【過勞死】城巴致命車禍疑車長疲駕 學者促正視OT設「過勞死線」.

Mr. Antony Sin, Assistant Professor, was interviewed by hk01.
Kick-off Ceremony of the Leadership Programme of the Faculty of Business (2017-18)

The kick-off ceremony of the Leadership Programme was held on 6 December, 2017. Nine students joined the ceremony. Coming from BBA (Hons), BCom (Hons) in Accounting and Banking and the BBA (Hons) in Finance programmes, they all have outstanding academic record and leadership potential.

In the ceremony, Dr. Charmaine CHAN and Dr. Kam Wah LAI gave an introduction about the programme. The Dean of Faculty of Business, Prof. Lok Sang HO, also gave a speech welcoming students and encouraging them to build key leadership attributes and skills and prepare themselves for the challenges in the future business environment. 

 

(front row, from left) Dr. Charmaine CHAN, Prof. Lok Sang HO, Dr. Kam Wah LAI and Prof. Raymond TSE with the student members of the Leadership Programme 2017-18.
The student members of the Leadership Programme 2017-18.
Prof. Lok Sang HO, Dean of Faculty of Business, gave a speech welcoming student members.

 

Faculty Research Seminar

The Faculty held a Research Seminar on December 6, 2017 under its Research Seminar Series. Dr. Vivian Kong, Assistant Professor of the Department of Finance, delivered a seminar on her research project “The Magnet Effect of Circuit Breakers and Its Interactions with Price Limits”. We are also honoured to have Dr. Huang Ying of Shenzhen GTA Education Tech Ltd. (深圳國泰安教育科技公司金融大數據教育事業部金融工程技術總監黃莹博士) came and delivered a talk on financial data application and quantitative trading technology (金融數據的應用與量化交易技術).

Guest speaker Dr. Huang Ying (middle) took a photo with Dr. Vivian Kong (2nd from the left), Dean Ho (3rd from the left) and other academic staff of the Faculty of Business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Vivian Kong delivered a seminar on “The Magnet Effect of Circuit Breakers and Its Interactions with Price Limits”.

Guest speaker Dr. Huang Ying delivered a talk on financial data application and quantitative trading technology.
Establishment of The Business Faculty Alumni Preparatory Committee

The Business Faculty Alumni Preparatory Committee made its official debut and held its first meeting on December 4th, 2017. The committee was founded by a group of devoted College graduates who determine to contribute to their alma mater. The aim of the committee is to set up the Business Faculty Alumni Association, the aim of which is to build and maintain strong connections among fellow graduates.   News and events will be posted on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CHBFAA/

Alumni BBQ Gathering

A group of business faculty alumni paid a visit to our new campus on Saturday December 02, 2017. We enjoyed a leisure afternoon tea in the cafeteria. The room was full of chitchat and laughter. The good old campus days came alive! In the sunset, we walked down to the beach. We were all fascinated in the beautiful scenery and sea breeze. The day was ended perfectly with a beach-side barbecue!

A leisure afternoon tea in the cafeteria
Selfie with Sam Sir

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beach side barbecue

Sunset beach indulgence
Kick-off Ceremony of the 2017 Mentorship Programme

The Mentorship Programme of the Faculty of Business serves as a platform for student mentees to learn from industry experts and accomplished alumni through sharing and role modelling. It allows students to expand their learning experience beyond the classroom and transit on to their career more smoothly upon graduation. It also keeps alumni connected and motivated to contribute to the College that has once developed and nurtured them. Furthermore, it helps establish an industry network that will bring the Faculty of Business to the forefront of the business world and improve the employment prospects of the graduates.

Thanks to the kind support of our professional advisor, former colleagues and dedicated alumni, the first Mentorship Programme was launched in 2017 and a kick-off ceremony was held on November 15, 2017 when the eight Mentors met with their respective Mentees at a dinner gathering held in Central. All the twelve Mentees of this year come from the Leadership Programme of the Faculty and the inspiring and enjoyable dinner gathering marked the beginning of an exciting one-year mentoring journey for our Mentors and Mentees.

Kick-off Ceremony of the 2017 Mentorship Programme
Mentors and Mentees sharing heartily at dinner gathering.

 

 

Accounting and Banking students received scholarships from the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA)

Two Accounting and Banking students, namely Ms. Chan Wing-Yan and Ms. Liu Yingru received scholarships from the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) for sitting the Qualification Programme (QP) of the Institute.

Dean of Faculty of Business Professor Ho Lok-Sang (right) congratulated the scholarship recipient Ms. Chan Wing-Yan at the Award Ceremony.