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The University of Hong Kong (HKU) held a ceremony today (September 22) to present Honorary University Fellowships to five distinguished individuals in recognition of their contributions to the University and society. Dr the Honourable Sir David Li, Pro-Chancellor of HKU, officiated at the ceremony.

The Fellowships are a means for the University community to thank and salute those who have made important contributions in their own unique ways to the University, to academia, and to Hong Kong.

The five Honorary University Fellows are:

Dr Adrian CHENG Chi Kong

Chief Executive Officer

New World Development Company Limited

Professor CHENG Kai Ming

Emeritus Professor

Faculty of Education, HKU

Ms Karen CHEUNG Tih Loh

Trustee and Chief Strategist

The D. H. Chen Foundation


Honorary Director

HKU Mentorship

Professor Philip WONG Hon Sum

The Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell Professor

School of Engineering, Stanford University

The Honorary University Fellowships was established in 1995 to reaffirm the University's link between town and gown. To date, the University has honoured 167 Fellows.

For biographies and citations of the recipients, please visit the Honorary University Fellowships website at:

Please click here for video clips of the Ceremony.

For Media enquiries, please contact:

Communications and Public Affairs Office

Melanie Wan (Tel: 2859 2600 / Email:

Jaymee Ng (Tel: 3910 3612 / Email:

Kenneth Choi (Tel: 2859 2607 / Email:


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HKU presents Honorary University Fellowships to five distinguished individuals

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