Announcement of 648th Bi-weekly Assembly
1. New Asia College Mentorship Programme 2022/23

By joining the programme, you can:

  • Expand your network by knowing alumni with different expertise, you would also learn from their life experiences sharing;
  • Share common interests, organize activities to exchange experiences;
  • Expand your friend zone in New Asia College;
  • We welcome International students (we are recruiting English speaking mentors), hoping to promote cultural exchange.


The College will organize a Career Talks Day to provide career information of different fields to the mentees. All students of New Asia College are welcome to join the Programme.


Online Application:
Deadline for application: 23 September 2022


Enquiries: Mr. Kelvin Cheung of the Dean of Students’ Office (Tel.: 3943 9680; E-mail:


2. Recruitment of Student Helpers for Assistance 2022/2023


The College now recruits students to provide assistance for the College in administrative work and events, in a bid to enable them to gain working experience and to strengthen their sense of belonging to the College.


Interested students can submit online application at the College website and the application deadline is 30 September 2022 (Friday).


College students who have registered in the previous academic year are expected to register again for work in the academic year 2022/2023. They are also required to register in the Student Helper System (Navigation Path: MyCUHK > CUSIS and MyStudy > Student Helper Registration) in order to be eligible for engaging in campus work.


For enquiries, please contact Ms. Phoebe Li of the Dean of Students’ Office at 3943 5732 or .


3. New Asia Lectures on Confucianism 2022

“New Asia Lectures on Confucianism” is generously sponsored by the Moonchu Foundation. The 8th New Asia Lectures on Confucianism will be held in October 2022, and it is our honor to have invited Professor CHENG Kat Hung Dennis to be our speaker. Professor Cheng is the Chair Professor of Cultural History, The Education University of Hong Kong. Details of the lectures are as follows:


1st Lecture
Topic: “Shifting Discourses on the “Ru” (儒) in Modern China”
Moderator: Professor CHENG Chung Yi, Department of Philosophy, CUHK
Date: 19 October 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Venue: Sir Run Run Shaw Hall, CUHK (This lecture will be held at the College Bi-weekly Assembly)


2nd Lecture
Topic: “Construing the Relationship between Yijing Studies and Confucian Studies from a Philosophic Point of View”
Moderator: Professor YAO Zhihua, Department of Philosophy, CUHK
Date: 22 October 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Venue: Function Room AC2, 4/F, Administration Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


3rd Lecture
Topic: “The Differences between Dai Zhen’s Conception of the Psycho-Physical Force (Qi) and the Han Scholars’ Discourse on the Emanating Material Force (Yuanqi)”
Moderator: Professor HUANG Yong, Department of Philosophy, CUHK
Date: 28 October 2022 (Friday)
Time: 4:30pm – 6:15pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 4, Yasumoto International Academic Park, CUHK (This Lecture is jointly organized by New Asia College and Department of Philosophy, CUHK)


All lectures will be conducted in Putonghua. Participation in person or via Zoom online is also welcome.
(A Zoom link will be sent to registrants by email two days before the event)


Online registration:


For enquiries, please contact Mr. Jack Wong, Dean of Students’ Office (Tel: 3943 1690; Email: or Miss Angela Leung, Dean of Students’ Office (Tel: 3943 9589; Email: