A few weeks ago, The Chinese University of Hong Kong encountered heavy challenges, including charging across the campus, resulting in different degrees of damage of facilities. Offices of CUHK therefore remained closed for two weeks. As all departments and units resumed operation on 25 Nov, offices of Chung Chi College resumed normal operation on the same day as well.
Since then, the University and Colleges have exhausted all sorts of effort to suit the campus up. Facilities across our campus encountered some damages, including graffiti which calls for time to be removed. Yet thanks to the effort of frontline staff members, now the College are mostly safe from obstacles. The walkway near the College Administration Building is also replaced with concrete. At the same time you may again find tranquility on campus as Grisha the cat wandering around the grass field near the Madam SH Ho Hall.
Thank you, dear friends, alumni, staff and students, for your care, blessing and precious advices to both the University and our College, as well as enquiries on how to support the campus restoration work. After the incident, the campus of Chung Chi is still– as it has always been – pleasant and lovely. Wishing all the best in future, we look forward to walk along with all our staff, students and alumni in the new semester, as well as the start of 2020.