S.H. Ho College

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S.H. Ho College
善衡書院
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Motto 文行忠信
Motto in English
Culture, Morals, Devotion, Trustworthiness
Established 2006
Master Samuel Sun Sai-ming
Location Hong Kong
Affiliations The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Website www.shho.cuhk.edu.hk
S.H. Ho College

The S.H. Ho College (Chinese: 善衡書院) is one of the new colleges of The Chinese University of Hong Kong which admitted its first class of students in 2010.[1] It is named after S. H. Ho (Ho Sin Hang), the Hong Kong businessman who founded Hang Seng Bank.[2]

In August 2006, Professor Samuel Sun, a professor of Biology in CUHK, was appointed Founding Master of S.H. Ho College.[3]

Motto[edit]

The motto of the college is "Culture, Morals, Devotion, Trustworthiness".

Site[edit]

It is located in between the central campus and the existing Chung Chi College, and is next to another new college, Morningside College.

System[edit]

The S.H. Ho College, along with the Morningside College and the CW Chu College, will be one of the first colleges in The Chinese University of Hong Kong using a fully residential and communal dining basis. It will take around 600 students, which is the largest of the three colleges adopting this system.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www5.cuhk.edu.hk/shho/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4&Itemid=14&lang=enm
  2. ^ http://www.hlhl.org.cn/english/hsh.asp
  3. ^ http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/cpr/pressrelease/060815e.htm

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