Kelvin Ma and James Ding, our alumni from China, visited Hong Kong for business in November. As our basketball team had just played in China and our university’s President is scheduled to visit China in 2016, they invited me for a meeting to talk about the possibility of having a conference for our alumni in Hong Kong and […]
Now that we do not have a suitable public place to host a big football watching party, I decided to host a small one at my home for our Texas football fans to enjoy our school’s football tradition. A few fellow alumni went to my home on a Sunday morning to watch Texas play against […]
The event was originally canceled because of no appropriate venue. But since our alumnus Bryan Cheng is my friend for years, he suggested to come to my home to watch the game, since we already have the feed anyway. And I thought: why not? So Bryan and Andy Chan came to my home at midnight. […]
It is a football viewing party held in a football club, a different kind of football though. Thank to our alumnus Robert Jones (BBA 86), Longhorns football viewing took place at Hong Kong Football Club for the first time. The party began with a breakfast buffet where alumni of both schools got to know each […]
This is the first ever Interim Administration Unit meeting. We decided that the meeting should start at 7:07pm on July 7 for no good reason. We picked a new venue for the meeting. No more City Hall Maxim or someone’s home, but a place called Texas Burger, something Texan for a Texas alum meeting.
The UT International Office would like to invite you to meet current UT students interning in Shenzhen. This will be a wonderful opportunity to connect with our students and to share your valuable insights about working in China, as well as to meet other Longhorns in Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
On June 20, 2015, together with our fellow members, we were delighted to show our visiting UT students a piece of a very old Chinese culture, the yearly Tuen Ng Festival dragon boat race. Known to very few people, and according to author Worcester George, the use of dragon boats for racing are believed to have originated in southern central China […]
This was the 4th year in a row that we hosted the Annual General Meeting and Texas Independence Day Dinner at Modern China Restaurant. The environment was excellent, the place was easily accessible, and the food was delicious as usual. This meeting/dinner was the farewell event of the old Exco in which each of the […]