HKU Business School Shenzhen Alumni Dinner and Friendship Golf Tournament 2020
HKU Business School Shenzhen Alumni Dinner was successfully held at Park Hyatt Shenzhen on Sunday, August 16, 2020. Over 100 alumni, students and guests gathered for this memorable evening.
Professor Hongbin Cai, Dean of HKU Business School, welcomed all guests with an opening address, “2021 marks the 20th Anniversary of the School. We are committed to becoming the leading powerhouse of research and knowledge creation in Asia with global impact. We look forward to joining forces with alumni in the Greater Bay Area to nurture a new generation of leaders in this fast-changing business world.”
Professor Chung-Mau Lo, Hospital Chief Executive at The University of Hong Kong Shenzhen Hospital, Chin Lan Hong Professor and Chair of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery delivered a speech as distinguished guest. He hopes to further strengthen the interdisciplinary collaborations between HKU Business School and Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine to enhance healthcare management.
Mr. Pan Lei, Leader of Executive Education Golf Team shared the joy of HKU Business School Friendship Golf Tournament which was successfully held in the afternoon. Over 30 golfers from Executive Education programme, HKU-PKU DBA programme and the School’s Shenzhen Alumni Chapter enjoyed this outdoor event and built new friendships.
At the dinner, Mr. Wenwei Xu, Director and President of the Institute of Strategic Research at Huawei shared his student journey at HKU-PKU DBA programme.
Mr. Da He from HKU-PKU EMBA prorgramme updated everyone the preparation for the 15th Gobi Desert Challenge, and called for more alumni and students to participate in this meaningful competition.
Mr. Ben Shen (EMBA-Global Asia 2018), President of HKU Business School Shenzhen Alumni Chapter, expressed his passion to continue strengthening the alumni network in Shenzhen and the Greater Bay Area, and serving as a bridge connecting alumni and the alma mater.
All guests enjoyed this wonderful gathering which demonstrates the strength of our alumni network, as well as the unity and dedication of our students and graduates. 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone in HKU Business School community, but together we will overcome the difficulties during this turbulent time and create a brighter future in post-pandemic era.