Live broadcast from Hong Kong
HKU Fight COVID-19 members have been producing original live broadcast, podcast, reports and videos on COVID-19 pandemic to the public, with the support of faculties and schools. Our works have spread on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Linkedin.
Live dialogue with Dr Janice Johnston, Deputy Director (Education) of School of Public Health at The University of Hong Kong. She will share her insights on Public Health Education and Covid-19 and take your questions from around the world.
Live from Hong Kong: Music for Hope and Healing
Live NOW: Dialogue with Professor Daniel Chua: Music for Hope and Healing. Submit your questions in the comments or using #HKUCovid19. How would music create a sense of hopefulness? What role has music played during the coronavirus pandemic? How can music help us move forward and heal from the pandemic? 【全球連線】香港大學與蔡寬量教授線上直播：讓音樂帶來希望和治癒人心 香港大學音樂系主任蔡寬量（Daniel Chua）教授 將分享音樂如何帶來希望和治癒人心。並回答來自世界各地的問題。直播活動將於本週三 （6月3日）香港時間 晚上09:00舉行。我們將探討有關議題。直播將以英語進行。 音樂如何創造希望？在新冠肺炎的籠罩下，音樂可以發揮什麼作用？音樂如何可以給予我們前行的力量，讓心靈從疫症中獲得治癒？ ======================HKU’s actions to combat the novel #coronavirus : https://fightcovid19.hku.hk/ #DanielChua #HKUCovid19 #HKU #covid19由 HKU 100 發佈於 2020年6月3日星期三
Live dialogue with Professor Daniel Chua, Chair Professor of Music at The University of Hong Kong. He will share his insights on Music for Hope and Healing and take your questions from around the world.
Live from HKU: The FinTech Transformation
【立即重溫】香港大學嘉里基金法學教授Douglas Arner線上直播：疫症對金融科技的影響。疫症如何影響金融科技？應如何利用金融科技應對疫症帶來的挑戰？為了適應役症之後的社會， 金融科技需要進行哪些微觀及宏觀調整？Revisit NOW: Dialogue with Professor Douglas Arner: COVID-19 and the FinTech Transformation. Leave your questions in the comment section. How does the COVID-19 pandemic impact financial technology (FinTech)? How can we leverage FinTech to overcome the challenges posed by COVID-19? What are the micro and macro transformations needed for FinTech to adapt to a post-COVID-19 world? Check our previous dialogue at: https://bit.ly/2TqWQYQ======================HKU’s actions to combat the novel #coronavirus : https://fightcovid19.hku.hk/ #DouglasArner #HKUCovid19 #HKU #covid19由 HKU 100 發佈於 2020年5月21日星期四
Live dialogue with Professor Douglas Arner, Kerry Holdings Professor in Law at The University of Hong Kong. He will share his insights on COVID-19 and the FinTech Transformation and take your questions from around the world.
HKU VP of Learning
【立即重溫】香港大學副校長（教學）何立仁教授線上直播：「疫症下的教學經驗和挑戰」疫情緩和，如何準備重開校園，讓師生重返校園學習？ 為應對疫情，港大早於一月底已將教學活動轉到線上課程，比歐美大學為早，我們如何通過線上課程教學？面對什麼挑戰？Rvisit Now: Dialogue with Prof Ian Holliday: How we teach, learn and stay safeHKU moved all classes online at the end of January, weeks or months ahead of universities in other parts of the world. What have we done to conduct teaching and learning in virtual space? What are the challenges in maintaining the quality of students' learning experiences? What are we doing to prepare for the reopening of the physical campus?Ask Prof Professor Ian Holliday, Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) at The University of Hong Kong. He will share his insights on " How we teach, learn and stay safe" in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.======================HKU’s actions to combat the novel #coronavirus : https://fightcovid19.hku.hk/#何立仁 #HKUCovid19 #HKU #covid19由 HKU 100 發佈於 2020年5月6日星期三
Live dialogue with Professor Ian Holliday, Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) at The University of Hong Kong. He will share his insights on “How we teach, learn and stay safe” in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic and take your questions from around the world.
Podcast COVID19 with HKU
The novel coronavirus COVID19 pandemic has hit the world like a bombshell. But it’s not the first coronavirus to hit Asia. In 2003, the SARS coronavirus brought Hong Kong to a standstill, but medical and research centres like The University of Hong Kong (HKU) led the efforts to bring the deadly epidemic to an end. Now they are leading the charge to fight COVID19. Ten episodes walk you through the leading research coming out of HKU about this global pandemic.