Samantha KONG Wing-Man (2014 BEng in Chemical and Environmental Engineering) is 26 years old and knows that the future of our planet depends on her and other young people. Since graduation, the tireless environmental education champion has become involved in an expanding range of areas in order to play her part in sustaining that future – and encourage more of the next generation to join her.
Over 300 alumni, faculty and staff from both Hong Kong and the Mainland joined the HKUST School of Engineering (SENG) Alumni Day in Shenzhen on July 7, 2018 (Saturday). It began with the HKUST SENG-SRI Forum with the theme of “Opportunities for the Development of the Greater Bay Area” and followed by the HKUST Engineering Alumni Reunion Dinner.
At the presentation ceremony for the Hong Kong ICT Awards on April 4, 2018, which aim to promote innovation in Information and Communications Technology (ICT), HKSAR Chief Executive Mrs Carrie Lam presented the Award of the Year to Belun Technology, the company that developed the BelunTM Ring – a globally unique device for obstructive sleep apnea pre-screening, risk analysis and post-treatment effectiveness evaluation.