News & Events

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  • 08/02/2020 to 17/02/2020

    Chinamaxx Database is currently unstable, access to some titles may be affected. The CUHK Library is in contact with the company to resolve the problem. Sorry for inconvenience caused.

  • 07/02/2020 to 30/06/2020

    For Teachers | For Students

    For Teachers

    CUHK Library services to support remote teaching and learning
    A starting point for students to make best use of the Library off campus.

    NEW - Electronic versions of Course Reserves
    Where possible we will be automatically purchasing electronic versions of material in Course Reserves as this is material in heavy demand for teaching.

    NEW - Special Request - Print Book to E-Copy
    If the library holds a print book but no electronic version, CUHK staff and students can request an e-copy. We will try our best to purchase an e-copy, although...

  • 07/02/2020 to 03/04/2020

    Do you want to learn at home the techniques to enhance your research skills or manage your research data? A series of webinars for researchers and postgraduates on research skills and data management is organized from 10 Feb to 2 Apr 2020:

    Literature Review for a Successful Research Paper Introduction to Research Data Management Plan Discovering and Reusing Research Data: Data Citation Using ATLAS.ti for Qualitative Data Analysis Effective Management of Your Research Data

    Details and registration are available here .

    All CUHK postgraduate students and staff are welcome!

    You can also watch two recorded webinars on enhancing your research impact at your...

  • 13/01/2020 to 31/01/2020

    To enhance access to library materials and in response to users’ feedback in the 2019 Library Survey, we are pleased to announce that a pilot Self-pickup Station with 18 lockers is now available at the Shaw College. The secured lockers enable CUHK students and staff to pick up books they request and return without having to go to a library.

    This Station is the first of its kind among all university libraries in Hong Kong that is installed outside of a library building. It comes with a user-friendly touchscreen interface. As a pilot run, the Station has 18 lockers and a book drop. When a requested item is ready to be picked up at the station, users will receive an email pickup notice from the Library.

    Please visit the...

  • 06/01/2020 to 06/04/2020
    * Please note that some workshops will be postponed until further notice. The Library will have workshops on introducing digital scholarship and related tools to arouse the interest in applying new digital tools on research. Welcome CUHK academics, researchers and postgraduate students to join.

    Analysing Texts with Voyant Tools (Hands-on)

    Voyant Tools is a web-based reading and analysis environment for digital texts. Join to learn how to use this online tool to analyse textual materials, no matter they are in text file or online.

    Participants may bring your own device and use a browser to access and try out.

    16 Jan (Thu) 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m....

  • 06/01/2020 to 17/01/2020

    Artist: MAK, Kit Jing Vivian
    Date: 6 – 17 January, 2020
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    My paintings: Absorbing from the essence of Chinese ancient literati painting, works are developed in both meticulous and impressionistic painting ranging from ancient natural landscapes, flowers-and-birds to figures, in the Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, together with paintings of Dunhuang murals from the Sixteen Kingdoms, Northern Wei, Sui and Tang, Five Dynasties, Song, Xixia and Yuan Dynasties. My calligraphy: A creation of academic and composition. While the art of calligraphy begins with the ancient works and rubbings from calligraphers of different dynasties. The highest art spirit of poetry, paintings and seal...

  • 30/12/2019 to 10/01/2020

    The Library is very pleased to collaborate with Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) in January 2020 in co-organising the Public Talks on "Digital Humanities and Chinese Studies" series (「數位人文與中國文化研究」公開講座系列 2020) . In this series, two GIS experts from Academia Sinica will share their experience in conducting GeoHumanities and historical research. Welcome to join!

    (Details in Chinese.)

    第一講: 從時空GIS到空間人文學 From Spatio-temporal GIS to Geo-humanities
    講者: 范毅軍教授

    日期: 2020年1月7日 (星期二)
    時間: 下午四時三十分 (下午四時正敬備茶點)

  • 23/12/2019 to 03/01/2020

    Artist: Chan Anpel and Fung, Yee Lick Eric
    Date: 23 December, 2019 - 3 January, 2020
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    This exhibition presents the collaboration between Anpel Chan and Eric Fung which examines human relations in our contemporary world where human are connected by the most advanced technology under a globalised context. By juxtaposing western and eastern art media, the artists question how technology, when it goes back to its origin, assists or hampers the communication between people. While we are going into another new decade, let us rethink how human beings interact and restart from where everything begins. Part of the work are also displayed in the Greater China region during the same period, echoing...

  • 09/12/2019 to 20/12/2019

    Artist: Leung, Puiyi
    Date: 9 – 20 December, 2019
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Forget all that can be forgotten, words that have long been silenced, will eventually be understood.
    Living in the most mundane age, it slowly becomes the landscape of my life. Its reflection will surely fall upon the eternal stream under the bridge one day.

    Leung Puiyi (b. 1996) majors in Fine Arts in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Specialising in Chinese Gongbi painting and oil painting, the artist seeks the possibilities within contemporary paintings by utilizing traditional skillset with contemporary expressions, thus connecting her own feelings and things observed from her daily life. The artist tries to show the...

  • 09/12/2019 to 06/01/2020

    The Li Ping Medical Library will be temporarily closed at the time below for carpet cleaning.

    Date: 5 January, 2020 (Sunday)
    Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    We apologize for any inconvenience caused....

  • 11/11/2019 to 14/11/2019

    The Library is co-organising with Centre of Translation Technology in Department of Translation for events to introduce CORPRO, a tool for Chinese text analysis. The workshops and seminar will be conducted by Prof. CHUEH Ho-chia, Associate Professor at Department of Bio-Industry Communication and Development, National Taiwan University, who developed CORPRO originally for her research but opens freely for use. Welcome users who are interested to know more about Chinese texts analysis to join.

    (Details in Chinese.)

    CORPRO 庫博中文語料庫分析工具 講座系列

    講者: 闕河嘉教授 (國立台灣大學生物產業傳播暨發展學系副教授)


  • 06/11/2019 to 11/11/2019

    MakerSpace Series: Introduction to the 3D Printer, UP Mini 2

    This briefing session will introduce UP Mini 2, one of the 3D printers in the MakerSpace. This 3D printer operates on a self-service basis. Come and try to print out your 3D models.

    Two identical sessions:

    Date & Time:

    6 Nov (Wed) 12:00-12:45 p.m. 11 Nov (Mon) 2:30-3:15 p.m.

    Venue: MakerSpace, Learning Garden, LG/F University Library

    Medium of Instruction: Cantonese, but will change to English when there is any student who does not know Cantonese.

    Registration: Complete the...

  • 04/11/2019 to 06/12/2019

    Artist: Li Po Man, Bobo
    Date: 4 - 15 November, 2019 (Extended to 6 December 2019)
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    "漸 (zim6)" with the meaning of gradually, step by step, a little by little, such as life and artwork creation are the span of cumulative process. As Feng Zikai mentioned in his article "漸 (zim6)", the essence of gradually process is time. Time, we are not able to grasp it. We always struggle in the past, get lost in the future and tangle in the reality. Mr. Feng tried to further construe the word of “gradually” with a metaphor. When we read books in the dusk, even the environment becomes darker and darker, our eyesight will finally get used to read under this unfavourable situation and we may forget about...

  • 04/11/2019 to 13/11/2019

    MakerSpace Series: Introduction to the Creative Media Studio [Re-Run]

    Thank you for attending the briefing sessions conducted in October 2019. We have received positive feedback and will be organizing two more sessions in November 2019. Please feel free to join. The briefing session will demonstrate the use of equipment and facilities in the Creative Media Studio to enable you to easily create your own video content.

    Two identical sessions:
    Date & Time:
    • 4 Nov (Mon) 12:00-12:30 p.m.
    • 13 Nov (Wed) 2:30-3:00 p.m.

    Venue : MakerSpace, Learning Garden, LG/F University Library

    Medium of Instruction : Cantonese, but will change to English when there is any student who does not know Cantonese.

    Registration : Complete the...

  • 22/10/2019 to 07/11/2019

    MakerSpace Series: Virtual Reality (VR) Experience Sessions

    The Library has acquired the following VR Head-Mounted Display (HMD). You can join the experience session and try out the devices.

    HTC Focus Plus HTC Vive pro Oculus Quest

    Four identical sessions:

    Date & Time:

    29 Oct (Tue) 1:00-2:00 p . m . 31 Oct (Thu) 2: 3 0-3: 3 0 p .m. FULL 5 Nov (Tue) 1:00-2:00 p . m . FULL 7 Nov (Thu) 2: 3 0-3: 3 0 p .m. FULL

    Venue: MakerSpace, Learning Garden, LG/F, University Library

    Medium of Instruction: Cantonese, but will change to English when there is any student who does not know Cantonese....

  • 14/10/2019 to 01/11/2019

    Date: 14 October – 1 November 2019
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Over the years, the Chinese University of Hong Kong Library has acquired very finely reproduced artworks made by specialists including the Nigensha Publishing Co. Ltd. in Japan and kept in the New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library. The Collection consists of calligraphy and paintings reproduced from the Tang to the Qing Dynasty. The originals of these artworks are housed in different museums such as National Palace Museum, Taipei, Shanghai Museum, and British Museum. The artwork reproduction requires a high standard of professional and specialized skills.
    This art works display showcases the landscape paintings of the Yuan Dynasty. All are welcome during the Library’s...

  • 14/10/2019 to 24/10/2019
    露港秋唱 ──嶺南詩詞吟誦薪傳工作坊 / 古典詩詞吟 誦 雅會 2019

    香 港 中文大學中文系中國古典詩學研究中心、香 港 中文大學圖 書館 曾於 2018 年 9 月合辦「露港秋唱」古典詩詞吟 誦 雅會,邀請海內外詩詞名家作手,雅集於吐露港旁之中文大學圖 書館 ,吟 誦 詩文,交流心得。

    2019 年 10 月 24 日 ( 下午二時半 ) ,中文大學將繼續舉辦「露港秋唱」吟 誦 雅會。本次雅會共兩部分:一、「 嶺南詩詞吟誦薪傳工作坊」,邀請嘉賓對談嶺南詩詞創作與吟 誦 之經 驗 ;二、「古典詩詞吟 誦 雅會 2019 」,邀請詩家吟誦前賢或個人詩詞大作。

    活動一: 嶺南詩詞吟誦薪傳工作坊




    活動二: 古典詩詞吟誦雅會2019





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  • 14/10/2019 to 14/11/2019
    “If everything is money-oriented, I will tell you that there will be no fibre optic technology achievements today.” ~Professor Charles Kao

    It has been a year since the passing of Professor Sir Charles Kao, former Vice-Chancellor of CUHK and Nobel Prize Laureate. In memory of the “Father of Fibre Optics”, the Charles K. Kao Foundation for Alzheimer’s Disease has organised a roving exhibition “Remembering Charles” to highlight Professor Kao’s lifetime achievements and outstanding contribution, and showcase his artwork produced during his treatment by art therapy from 2013 to 2018. University Library is the last stop of the exhibition. Details as follows:

    Date: 2.10.2019 - 14.11.2019
    Opening Hours:...

  • 11/10/2019 to 28/10/2019

    Do you want to make your research known to the research community and to the public?

    The following talk organized by the Library is to provide you with information and tips on writing and publishing with international journals and books. The Library is pleased to invite The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press to conduct the talk. CUHK researchers and postgraduate students are all welcome to join.

    Author Strategies for Successful Academic Publishing: Journal Articles and Book Manuscripts

    28 Oct (Mon) 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.


    For Journal Articles How to build a personal publishing strategy How to find the right journal and make a submission stand out How the peer review process works How to communicate with the journal...
  • 09/10/2019 to 31/10/2019

    Staff of HSBC Asia Pacific Archives will offer a talk for all staff and students on 31 st October, 2019.

    About the talk: The HSBC archives reflect the colorful and eventful history of HSBC and provide a fantastic resource for education and research. The Hong Kong specific archives are not just related to the bank, but also connected to many community shared narratives about Hong Kong’s development, economy and society in general. This long and rich heritage is captured in the form of paper records, currency, artwork, and objects, and provides a firm bedrock of research material for a wide range or research topics. Staff members from the HSBC Asia Pacific Archives will give a sharing session on ‘Research at the HSBC...