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Vice-Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award 2011
The Vice-Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award Scheme was launched in the year 1999 to give recognition to outstanding teachers. Every year, each Faculty can nominate at least one teacher for the award whose performance in teaching is considered excellent in the eyes of students and other teaching staff. The award serves not only as a recognition of the contributions of the awardees in the area of teaching, but also reflects the University's commitment to providing quality education.
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Professor Chong Yau Yuk
Department of Translation
Faculty of Arts
Professor Chong Yau Yuk

Open our minds to the call of life; love properly through the art of learning.

This happens when we take ourselves as both students and teachers walking next to each other in every adventure.

 
Professor Ng Cheuk Yin, Andrew Professor Ng Cheuk Yin, Andrew
Department of Finance
Faculty of Business Administration

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.
—Proust, Marcel, in À la recherche du temps perdu

 
Mr. Lo Yuen Cheong
Physical Education Unit
Faculty of Education
Mr. Lo Yuen Cheong

「體育教學是以老師的熱誠投入,以身作則來感染學生,並透過積極參與運動,以培養學生的奮鬥心和拼搏精神。 同時,亦可推動他們在人生道路上,奮勇向前,不斷進步,達至終生受用。」

 
Professor Liao Wei Hsin Professor Liao Wei Hsin
Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
   
 
Professor Lutz-Christian Wolff
Faculty of Law
Professor Lutz-Christian Wolff

"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do."
—Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

 
Professor Chan Sun On, Hector Professor Chan Sun On, Hector
School of Biomedical Sciences
Faculty of Medicine

It is advisable to place equal emphasis on the advance of one's studies and the conduct of oneself; better still to achieve a combined mastery of both.
—From New Asia School Regulations

 
Professor Thomas Au Kwok Keung
Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Science
Professor Thomas Au Kwok Keung
   
 
Professor Kaman Lee Professor Kaman Lee
School of Journalism and Communication
Faculty of Social Science

"Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials." by Lin Yu-tong

 
Dr. Kou Kei Chun
Department of Philosophy
(Exemplary Teaching Award in General Education)
Dr. Kou Kei Chun
   
 
 
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