- Message from College Head
- Message from College Head
- Chairpersons of Board of Trustees
- Presidents and College Heads
- Dean of Students
- Motto and Emblem
- The Academic Code of New Asia College: Philosophy and Principles
- Board of Trustees
- Assembly of Fellows
- Honorary Fellows
- Committees of Assembly of Fellows
- Standing Committee
- Committee on Academic Exchanges
- Committee on Alumni Affairs and Development
- Committee on Biweekly Assembly
- Committee on Campus Development and Enhancement
- Committee on College Culture
- Committee on College Founders’ Day
- Committee on College History
- Committee on Environmental Protection
- Committee on General Education
- General Education Advisory Board of New Asia College
- Committee on Language and Culture
- Committee for Lecture Series on Chinese Culture
- Committee on New Asia College Cultural Talks
- Committee on New Asia Lectures on Contemporary China
- Editorial Committee on New Asia Life Monthly
- Committee on Overseas Experience
- Committee on Publication
- Committee on Scholarships and Bursaries
- Sports Committee
- Committee on Student Counselling and Development
- Committee on Student Discipline
- Committee on Student Hostels
- Committee on Student Installations and Artworks on Campus
- Committee on the Management of Hui Gallery and Y.S. Hui Exchange Programme in Fine Arts
- Committee on the Management of the College Canteen
- Committee on Yen Kwo-Yung Lecture in Life Sciences
- Steering Committee on Yu Ying Shih Lecture in History
- Sub-Committee on Non-residential Hall
- Sub-Committee on Student Exchange Programmes with Universities in Japan
- Sub-Committee on Workshop on Chinese Moral Education
- Senior College Tutors
- Members Affiliated to the College
- Department Co-ordinators
- College Administration
New Asia College was founded in 1949 at a time of extreme adversity by Mr. Ch’ien Mu and other scholars from mainland China. Their objective was to establish an educational institution which integrated the scholarly spirit of the Song and Ming academies and the tutorial system of western universities. With humanism as its basis, the College also aimed to facilitate cultural exchanges between East and West, and to advocate for peace and the well-being of the human race.
Thanks to the support of the Ford Foundation, a new campus was built in Farm Road. The College moved there in September after the first phase of the building project.
The number of students increased substantially from 42 to 292. Special art courses, from which the Department of Fine Arts emerged in the following year, were set up.
The College accepted a proposal from the Hong Kong Government to become a post-secondary institution. It also started receiving government subsidies and admitting students who had participated in the Joint Certificate of Education Examination.
The second phase of the campus, wholly sponsored by the Yale-in-China Association, was completed in November, followed by the establishment of a new Faculty of Science.
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The Faculty of Science was formed, with the establishment of the four Departments of Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
The third phase of the campus was completed in April, and it equipped the College with its first auditorium. Together with the Chung Chi College and the United College, New Asia College became one of the constituent colleges of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The College campus remained in Farm Road.