The Chinese University of Hong Kong is uniquely endowed with a lush and spacious campus of 137.3 hectares on a hillside overlooking the scenic Tolo Harbour. Since its establishment in the 1960s, the different levels of its campus have been connected by a network of arteries and veins - roads, pedestrian walks, passages and bridges – that carry vehicles and personnel along on the face of our campus.
In the run-up to 2012 when the University reverts to a four-year normative curriculum, our campus will be home to an additional 3,000 undergraduate students. To accommodate this influx, plans are being made and works being carried out to improve the transportation infrastructure as well as to implement the recommendations of the Campus Master Plan for building a sustainable campus in the years ahead.
This website will introduce you to our work and some of the proposed plans and initiatives. Updated information will be posted from time to time. You are welcome to send in your views and comments and be a part of the campus-wide effort to make our campus more accessible, sustainable and safe.
Professor Fung Tung