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  • 27/05/2017 to 23/06/2017

    Date: May 27 – June 23, 2017
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statement:
    “Sing’s Experience Hub” by Tse Chun Sing (MFA graduate) is divided into two parts, 3/F at Cheng Ming Building and Ch'ien Mu Library. Sing’s works create displacement in between sound towards our surroundings, that fragments of experience reconnect into a landscape of diverse time course. He examines the notion of listening in his works, which consist of mixture of sounds and materials collected by the artists in several years. Against the instant and rapid world of forgetfulness, he wants to remind the nature of hearing and imagining by his works of prime experience.
    Details:...

  • 09/05/2017 to 31/08/2017

    Sculpture Exhibition Program
    This Sculpture Exhibition Program is a visual art collaboration event between the New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library and the Hong Kong Sculpture Society. The Ch’ien Mu Library has always supported art and culture with all their strength. Not only displaying artworks of different media, but its art space also lets students of the Fine Art Department to show their brainchild to the public.

    The Hong Kong Sculpture Society is a NGO which aims to promote the local sculpture development. We are deeply honored to be invited by the Ch’ien Mu Library to start a series of sculpture exhibitions. We will display different sculptures made by our members and showcase some of our society’s private collection in different periods of time. Each period lasts...

  • 01/05/2017 to 30/06/2017

    New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library will exhibit one major modern Chinese author every two months. A brief biography together with select critical editions of their major works will be displayed. The author displayed in May and June is Chen Jingrong. For enquiry, please contact us at 3943-7655.

    Author : Chen Jingrong
    Date : 1 May - 30 June, 2017
    Venue : 1/F, New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library
    Author Web Page: Chen Jingrong

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  • 05/04/2017 to 25/05/2017

    Research Poster Exhibition -- May 2017

    Schedule | Key Dates for Entry | Poster Guidelines | Poster Abstract Submission Form

    The Exhibition is organized by the Library for CUHK postgraduate students with support from The Independent Learning Centre. CUHK postgraduate students are welcome to participate in the Exhibition .

    Aims:

    to facilitate postgraduate students to present their own research to the broader university community to provide participants opportunities to enhance poster presentation skills

    Event Features:

    Display of research posters from...
  • 27/03/2017 to 30/04/2017

    The "Maritime Silk Road Suite" is a series of academic activities to be held at The Chinese University of Hong Kong that is jointly organized by the T. T. Ng Chinese Language Research Centre, Institute of Chinese Studies and the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, co-organized by the Global China Research Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library and The Commercial Press (H.K.) Ltd., and sponsored by the Faculty of Arts, the United College and the New Asia College, and The Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong, focusing on the linguistic properties of Chinese spoken in the countries and areas along the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road.

    Voices of the Maritime Silk Road
    The CUHK University Bookstore Activity Room (1/F Yasumoto...

  • 08/03/2017 to 30/04/2017

    Is our Christian God exclusively “Male”? Can we image our God as “female”? Or, any other imaginations? If we do not use “Him” to name our God, do we worship idol?

    A feminist theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether said in her book Sexism and God-talk, “The liberating encounter with God/ess is always an encounter with our authentic selves resurrected from underneath the alienated self…Intimations of Her/His name will appear as we emerge from false naming of God/ess modeled on patriarchal alienation.” A group of Divinity School of Chung Chi College students display their understanding of God’s image in the coming exhibition “Re-presentation of God’s Image”, you are welcome to know, to participate in and to imagine with us:

    Date: March 8 to April 30, 2017
    Venue: M/F...

  • 01/03/2017 to 28/04/2017

    New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library will exhibit one major modern Chinese author every two months. A brief biography together with select critical editions of their major works will be displayed. The author displayed in March and April is Yu Dafu. For enquiry, please contact us at 3943-7655.

    Author: Yu Dafu
    Date: 1 March - 28 April, 2017
    Venue: 1/F, New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library
    Author Web Page: http://www.modernchineseliterature.net/writers/YuDafu/index-b5.jsp

    Exhibition on Modern Chinese Literary Authors: Yu Dafu...

  • 14/02/2017 to 24/02/2017

    Date: February 14 – 24, 2017
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statement:
    “&” indicates somewhere in between. We use “&” to symbolize how love evades any simple definition, as well as its nature of connection. Through love individuals are bonded together. During the process they are impacted by both sweetness and bitterness, and transform into another being they would never thought of. In this exhibition, 4 artists present how they are affected by different experiences in relationships, and how these art pieces represent their notion of love.
    Poster:
    ...

  • 01/02/2017 to 10/02/2017

    Date: February 1-10, 2017
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statement:
    This is a project about subtle changes in objects and attempt to find out possible aesthetic perspectives. The changes are done by both nature reaction and audience’s participation.

    Exhibits:
    "Chain Reaction" -- Exhibition of Wong Ka Ho
    "Chain Reaction"-- Exhibition of Wong Ka Ho...

  • 25/01/2017 to 30/04/2017

    Sculpture Exhibition Program
    This Sculpture Exhibition Program is a visual art collaboration event between the New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library and the Hong Kong Sculpture Society. The Ch’ien Mu Library has always supported art and culture with all their strength. Not only displaying artworks of different media, but its art space also lets students of the Fine Art Department to show their brainchild to the public.
    The Hong Kong Sculpture Society is a NGO which aims to promote the local sculpture development. We are deeply honored to be invited by the Ch’ien Mu Library to start a series of sculpture exhibitions. We will display different sculptures made by our members and showcase some of our society’s private collection in different periods of time. Each period lasts...

  • 16/01/2017 to 27/01/2017

    Date: January 16 - 27, 2017
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Poster:
    "The Necessity of Meaninglessness"-- Joint Exhibition of Wong Pak Hang, Li Zi Rui and Zheng Tian Yi

    Exhibits:
    ...

  • 03/01/2017 to 13/01/2017

    書寫力量--每一個字是一塊磚石,我們鋪砌,銘刻,投擲。

    2012年,幾位香港中文大學的同事構思了一系列的校園文藝活動,藉此在校園推廣閱讀與寫作,這些活動沒有現成的負責單位,構思者也不希望它們變成一種自上而下的文宣工程,所以就在個人的位置上開發資源來嘗試實行。發起人分別屬於自學中心、藝術行政主任辦公室、香港文學研究中心,不久又加入了來自中大圖書館的同仁和學生組織吐露詩社,更多的校內校外團體以個別項目合作的方式提供協助,後來也向大學申請到一筆資助,但「書寫力量」還是不從屬於任何一個部門。「書寫力量」最初的活動包括玻璃、黑板抄詩,「藝文縱談」講座系列,「二十一世紀中大的一日」徵文等。
    四年匆匆過去,回過頭來才赫然發現,書寫力量舉辦的大小活動,竟達六十多個。這些活動的海報與照片,大部分出自義工同學的手筆。同學的義務參與,可謂書寫力量一大特色。是次海報詩文展,正是同學心血的展示。

    合辦單位
    自學中心、香港文學研究中心、藝術行政主任辦公室、吐露詩社、大學圖書館

    展覽詳情
    日期: 2017年1月3日 至 2017年1月13日
    地點: 新亞圖書館展覽廊
    查詢: 自學中心 3943 8733

    展覽場地備有少量書寫力量紀念品,派完即止。

    書寫力量海報及詩文展

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  • 05/12/2016 to 16/12/2016

    Date: December 5-16, 2016
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statement:
    “A Date with Zalaegerszeg” presenting Noelle’s artworks created in the artist-in-residence programme in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary. Zalaegerszeg is a historical town where located in the western Hungary near the border of Austria and Slovenia.
    Through this exhibition, Noelle presenting her key project “A Date with Him”─ and 2 side projects, “Electrocardiogram-like drawings” and “Cherries painting”. Using mixed mediums to share her life holistically during her stay in Zalaegerszeg.
    A small town only 38sq mi, it has 207 pieces of statue, most of them are traditional ones but there are also some contemporary statues. Statues are famous people from the old days, such as the...

  • 09/11/2016 to 31/12/2016

    Sculpture Exhibition Program
    This Sculpture Exhibition Program is a visual art collaboration event between the New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library and the Hong Kong Sculpture Society. The Ch’ien Mu Library has always supported art and culture with all their strength. Not only displaying artworks of different media, but its art space also lets students of the Fine Art Department to show their brainchild to the public.
    The Hong Kong Sculpture Society is a NGO which aims to promote the local sculpture development. We are deeply honored to be invited by the Ch’ien Mu Library to start a series of sculpture exhibitions. We will display different sculptures made by our members and showcase some of our society’s private collection in different periods of time. Each period lasts...

  • 01/11/2016 to 30/11/2016

    To raise the literacy level and cultural awareness of students, the Chinese Language Teaching Development Centre of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature (Chinese Department), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) organised the first ‘Literary CUHK’ last autumn. After nearly a year’s effort in inviting and judging entries, the awards were recently announced and given to 22 students.

    Winners of this year’s competition come from different faculties including Arts, Business, Engineering, Science and Medicine. It is believed that the power of literature is transcending and influential among faculties.

    The award-winning essays drew on the variety of features around and about CUHK, including Echinacea and the lovely cats at the New Asia College, birds flying...

  • 01/11/2016 to 30/12/2016

    New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library will exhibit one major modern Chinese author every two months. A brief biography together with select critical editions of their major works will be displayed. The author displayed in November and December is Cao Yu. For enquiry, please contact us at 3943-7655.

    Author: Cao Yu
    Date: 1 November - 30 December, 2016
    Venue: 1/F, New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library
    Author Web Page: http://www.modernchineseliterature.net/writers/CaoYu/index-b5.jsp

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  • 18/10/2016 to 25/10/2016
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    Open Access Day (24 Oct 2016)

    The Open Access Day is to share with the University community the benefits of opening up research. Themed as “ Open in Action – Enhancing Research Impact @CUHK AIMS ”, the event is tied in with the International Open Access Week to highlight the needs of taking action now to open up research through the new Academic Information Management System (AIMS) and the institutional repository Research Portal. This new system provides a new avenue for the dissemination of research......

  • 17/10/2016 to 28/10/2016

    Date: October 17-28, 2016
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statement:
    WONG Tsz-chun Tom was born in 1995, now studying in the Fine Arts Department of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. WONG Tsz-chun Tom explore with both Chinese and Western media, he is now focusing on Chinese Delineative Painting (GongBi), trying to mingle the Chinese ink painting with installation and mixed media, considering the relationship between painting and three-dimensional space. Representing the ink painting in three-dimensional form to extend the possibilities in ink painting.
    Poster:
    ...

  • 03/10/2016 to 14/10/2016

    Date: October 3 -14, 2016
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statment:
    曾萃瑤和王昱珊一直以繪畫形式作為實踐方法,展覽中將呈現各自繪畫的練習紀錄。同時,亦是兩人在練習以繪畫記錄生活中事物的過程。
    作品以繪畫形式作實踐及記錄,關注畫面中的構圖、空間、色彩之間的關係。於作品中,分別以死物空間、物質作記錄;以及以人物神態、動作作記錄,作品介乎抽象與具象、感性與理性之間。
    曾萃瑤:以死物空間、物質作記錄
    王昱珊:以人物神態、動作作記錄
    Poster:
    "Double Solo Exhibition" -- Joint Exhibition of Tsang Sui Yiu and Wong Yuk Shan

    Exhibits:
    ...

  • 05/09/2016 to 15/09/2016

    Date: September 5 - 15, 2016
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Artist Statement:
    Ho Hang Yi, graduated as Fine Arts Bachelor in the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2015, born in Mainland China in 1990, moved to Hong Kong when she was eight. Spent most of her childhood in a rural area, contrasting with the highly capitalized and civilized city, the transformation detached wholeness of her living experiences. Her works focus on the diaspora and fragmented feeling towards the context and environments she lives in. Reconstructing the landscape, her paintings show the complex feelings of living space. Through creations of art, she tries to express the feeling of hatred, love, anxiety, familiarization and uncertainty toward Hong Kong and...

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