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{The information of this website is correct at the time of publishing (Aug 2019), and is subject to review and change.}

 

追夢系列: 音樂與電競

Film Series: Chasing the Dreams: Music and Gaming

 

Chasing the Dreams: Music and Gaming put together two well-produced documentaries, namely Shakuhachi: One Sound One Life and Living the Game to showcase that chasing dreams is possible for every one of us, regardless of their dreams, which in this case are about a special musical instrument Shakuhachi and video gaming. Students will be challenged to think about their short-term and long-term goals as well as to reflect upon their passions. The two selected films also allow students to appreciate music and to understand technological cultures of today.

 

《尺八 ‧ 一聲一世》

Shakuhachi: One Sound One Life

Objective :

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Appreciate the musical instrument, Shakuhachi, as a form of arts with a long history;
2. Understand the way of life and the way of thinking of Shakuhachi masters; and

Description :

The documentary “Shakuhachi: One Sound One World” traces back the history of the
Shakuhachi, interview contemporary Shakuhachi artists and try to gain deep insights
into their lives and inner world.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5794

03/10/2019 (Thu)

17:30 – 20:00

MBG06

Instructor(s) / Speaker(s)

Dr IP Kim Ho (Associate Professor of Practice, Wong Bing Lai Music and Performing Arts Unit)

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2.5

 

《我在快打求旋風》

Living The Game

Objectives:

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Appreciate the industry of video gaming as in the global market;
2. Understand the way of life and the way of thinking of professional video game players; and
3. Reflect upon their passions.

Description:

The world of professional video-gaming is a high stakes arena where cash prizes are worth millions and international fame and glory await the best. But who are these pro gamers, and what does it take to become a true legend?

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5795

17/10/2019 (Thu)

17:30 – 20:00

MBG07

Medium of Instruction

Discussion shall be led by relevant scholars and experts.

Instructor(s) / Speaker(s)

English / Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2.5

 

科學、社會與持續發展系列

Science, Society and Sustainability Series

 

《白海豚失樂園》紀錄片欣賞會 - 香港海洋污染與自然生態變遷

Documentary Screening – Breathing Room: Marine Pollution and Changes to Natural Ecology

Objective :

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Understand the situation of the marine ecology in Hong Kong;
2. Recognize the social and environmental impacts brought by human activities; and

3. Raise awareness of the marine conservatin and sustainable development of the society

Description :

Chinese white dolphin was the mascot of the handover of Hong Kong in 1997. After 20 years, with all the threats resulting from human activities, the number of dolphins has dropped 75% since 2003. Although researchers keep monitoring the abundance and hope the alarming decline rate will raise the awareness of the public, the decline continues without signs of recovery. Facing the threats from various human activities, Chinese white dolphins are the first to suffer, is there a future for them?

Daphne Wong is a young nature filmmaker who spent two years to document the plight of Chinese white dolphins. In this documentary, stakeholders from different sectors were interviewed and shared their views on the conservation of the dolphins. Miss Wong and the representatives from the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society and the Science Unit will share their views on environmental conservation in Hong Kong after the screening.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5791

19/09/2019 (Thu)

17:30-19:00

MBG06

Speaker

Miss Daphne Wong (Documentary Director)

Mr Taison Cheng (Chairman, Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society)

Prof. SUNG Yik Hei (Assistant Professor, Science Unit)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

再生玩具工作坊:向即棄文化說不,做個「惜玩」之人

Toy Upcycling Workshop: Say NO to the Culture of Disposability

Objective :

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Understand the plastic and waste sorting in Hong Kong;
2. Explore ways to reuse toys/goods creatively in our daily lives; and
3. Reflect on the purchasing habit and be a sustainable consumer.

Description:

This workshop comprises two parts: (1) a short talk on the plastic and waste sorting situation in Hong Kong, together with a brief introduction of the background and mission of the co-organising party, Anew Toys (a social enterprise promoting sustainable development and green living through toy upcycling); (2) a hands-on toy upcycling session that students will get to make their decorations or toy capsule vending machines with recycled toys, papers and plastics.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5792

10/10/2019 (Thu)

17:30-19:30

AM319

Speaker

Tutors of Anew Toys

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2

 

身土不二體驗之旅

A Journey of Seasonal Food

Objective :

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Enhance the knowledge of Hong Kong agriculture and eco-farming;
2. Increase the awareness of consumption; and
3. Experience the joy of cooking.

Description:

The activity adopts healthy cooking to promote the wellbeing of the students and demonstrates how to support local production and farming.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5793 Cancelled

14/11/2019 (Thu)

17:30-19:30

AM319

Speaker

Tutors of Natural Network

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

2

 

 

領袖訓練系列

Leadership Enhancement Programme

 

解「難」高手 - 個人誠信講座

Resolving the Dilemmas of Ethical Living

Objective:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Describe the concept and the importance of integrity;
2. Resolve ehtical dilemmas in an effective way; and

3. Uphold the principles of ethical living

Description:

What and how would you do when you encounter a dilemma in your daily life? Students shall discuss effective ways on how to handle and resolve ethical dilemmas through case studies, and hence consolidate their sense of ethic.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5797

23/9/2019 (Mon)

16:00 – 17:00

LBYG01

Speaker

Ms Candy YIU (Youth & Education Officer, ICAC)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

學生組織之誠信與管治

Anti-corruption – Integrity & Governance for Student Societies

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Avoid corruption and fraud behaviours;
2. Maintain reputation of student societies and University; and
3. Uphold clean and impartial working principles.

Description:

This workshop will introduce important information for student leaders in managing integrity of student societies. It’s essential for the student leaders to protect the interests of its members. Students will explore the good meaning of good governance and how correct decisions can be made. Relevant HK Laws will be introduced during this workshop.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5796

09/10/2019 (Wed)

15:00 – 16:00

LBYG01

Speaker

Mr Francis Ho
(Community Relations Officer, ICAC Regional Office (NTNW))

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

社會服務系列

Community Services Series

 

義務工作基礎管理課程

Volunteer Service Management Programme

Objective:

At the end of the course, students will be able to:
1. Understand the basic concept of volunteer service management;
2. Share the experience on volunteer service management; and

3. Elevate the interest and commitment towards volunteerism.

Description:

In addition to frontline services, the planning, organisation and management do also serve vital roles in volunteer services.   This programme will delineate the useful aspects in volunteer service management and will be especially suitable to students who possess a particular interest in volunteerism or interest in joining the social welfare sector upon graduation, as well as those who endeavour to elevate his/her leadership and management skills. 

The programme comprises 4 lessons of theoretical study, 4-hour practicum, and 1 sharing session, which cover the following aspects:
1.  Recognise the value of volunteer work and the role of volunteer managers;
2. 5-step of Volunteer Service Management (VSM), including “Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing & Controlling in VSM”;
3. Risk management related to volunteer services; and
4. Students can participate and experience through group practices and activities.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5798

Theoretical Study: 25/9/2019 (Wed), 27/9/2019 (Fri), 2/10/2019 (Wed) & 4/10/2019 (Fri)

18:00 – 20:00

LKK201

Sharing Session: 30/10/2019 (Wed)

Instructor(s) / Speaker(s)

Representative of the Hong Kong Institute of Volunteers

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

14

Fee $100
Remarks: 1. Participants have to attend a 4-hour placement outside campus in October 2019.
2. A certificate of participation will be issued upon completion of the full programme.
3. Register via:
https://www.ln.edu.hk/ssc/community-services/c.connects.

 

香港航空青年團 – 長官學員訓練講座

Develop Your Leadership in the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps - Officer Trainee Training Programme

Objective :

At the end of the seminar, students will be able to:
1. Describe the mission of the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps;
2. Understandthe how the Officer Trainee Training Programme is effective in uplifting ones’ leadership capability; and

3. Facilitate the sense of serving the community

Description:

Through the participation in the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps – Officer Trainee Training Programme, students will be not only able to enrich their knowledge on aviation, but also be able to grasp the chance in polishing their leadership skill and teamwork spirit. The speaker will also share how the Officer Trainee Training Programme can help polish one’s leadership capability.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5800

09/10/2019 (Wed)

17:00-18:00

MBG07

Instructor(s) / Speaker(s)

Representative of Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

 

 
 罕見疾病病人生命分享 暨 水彩作品鑑賞

Sharing Session by Patient of Rare Disease cum Appreciation of Watercolour Painting

Objectives:

At the end of the activity, students will be able to:
1. Understand the needs and emotional changes in patients of rare diseases;
2. Enhance the understanding of the techniques while composing watercolour paintings; and
3. Facilitate the “Life and Death Education” through visual arts.

Description:

As cooperated with the International Watercolor Society Hong Kong and the New Territories School Heads Association, this session will demonstrate to you how an excellent artist on watercolour painting, who is also a patient of a rare disease, composes art pieces of himself, as well as to add colours to his life story.   

With the theme “Life and Death Education”, a Watercolour Painting Exhibition was carried out in various hospitals, secondary and primary schools, and kindergartens during 2018-19.  Among the different watercolour painting pieces that were exhibited, ten of them were composed by student volunteers after their interviews and interactions with patients of rare diseases, patients who are hospitalized, or family members of patients who are in whole-body paralysis condition, etc.  These ten art pieces are indeed wonderful ones in showcasing ten encouraging real-life stories.

 

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5799

10/10/2019 (Thu)

16:00 – 17:30

LBYG02

Speaker

Mr Eric Ma
(Patient of the Mucopolysaccharidoses,
Alumnus of Lingnan University)

Artist from the International Watercolor Society Hong Kong

Mr Chu Tsz Yat
(Pastor in Charge, Chaplain’s Office, Lingnan University)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

與義工服務對象建立關係

Ways to Establish Relationship with Service Targets

Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Understand the communication skills and techniques in building relationships with service targets;
2. Uplift confidence while participating in volunteer services; and
3. Elevate the interest and commitment towards volunteerism. 

Description:

To effectively conduct and deliver volunteer services for the most benefit of the service targets, volunteers’ full understanding of the respective service targets, as well as the grasp of useful skills and techniques are of vital importance. 

This programme will delineate:
• The techniques in recognising the needs of the service targets
• The effective communication elements, tactics and building relationships with service targets

With these workshop coverages, it is in the hope that students can be equipped with capabilities and elevated confidence while conducting various types of volunteer services.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5801

22/10/2019 (Tue)

18:00 – 20:00

LKK201

Speaker

Representative of the Hong Kong Institute of Volunteers

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

2

 

 

如何成為社會的服務領袖

How to be a Service Leader in a Society

Objective :

At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Describe the speaker’s sharing and ideas on social services;
2. Identify different leaders from leadership styles and effects of personality features on leadership effectiveness; and
3. Explore how service experience benefits future career as well as building a better society.

Description :

Without working experience, how can we prove our abilities to our potential employers or investors of our start-up businesses?  The speaker will share cases of service leadership as well as his own experience of being a service leader. Moreover, he will guide students to identify the effects of their personality features on leadership effectiveness through an interactive session. At the end of the workshop, students will have an opportunity to explore how service experience also contribute to their career development.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5802

11/11/2019 (Mon)

16:30-18:00

LKK301

Speaker

Dr Simon Ho (Executive Deputy Supervisor, Wofoo Leaders’ Network Steering Committee; Principal,  Pui Ching Academy)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1.5

 

向世界出發 – 愛沙尼亞

Around the World – Estonia

Objectives:

At the end of the programme, students will be able to:
1. Describe the characteristics of these exotic countries;
2. Be aware of global citizenship; and
3. Reflect and respond to the multi-cultural environment of the campus and the society.

 

Description:

Guest speakers from Estonia have been invited to introduce these countries in the aspect of culture, economics, politics and social problems to participants. Participants are not only welcome to raise questions about these foreign places but also to join the discussion how the insights we gained from these countries may shed light on our society.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5893

9/10/2019 (Wed)

reschedule to 30/10/2019 (Wed)

18:30-19:30

reschedule to 17:45-18:45

AM318

changed to AM319

Speaker

Miss Alice Karlson (Lingnan Student)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1

 

向世界出發 – 哈薩克斯坦 與 俄羅斯

Around the World – Kazakhstan and Russia

Objectives:

At the end of the programme, students will be able to:
1. Describe the characteristics of these exotic countries;
2. Be aware of global citizenship; and
3. Reflect and respond to the multi-cultural environment of the campus and the society.

 

Description:

Guest speakers from Kazakhstan and Russia have been invited to introduce these countries in the aspect of culture, economics, politics and social problems to participants. Participants are not only welcome to raise questions about these foreign places but also to join the discussion how the insights we gained from these countries may shed light on our society.

CRN

Date

Time

Venue

5894

4/11/2019 (Mon)

17:00-18:00

AM320

Speaker

Miss Dayana Bereketova and Miss Ariuna Chimitova (Lingnan Students)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP Unit(s)

1