A UT class consisting of 15 MBA and Engineering graduate students are coming to Hong Kong as part of their Global Connections trip during Spring Break. The trip, led by faculty lead Dr Fred Beach, Assistant Director, Energy Policy of The University of Texas at Austin Energy Institute, focuses on the Energy Sector of China. […]
Jenn Wang, the Director of Development, International Advancement of our University Development Office, who came last August to meet us all in a Happy Hour, was in town again. She invited some alumni who has been working with her to join a small gathering to update them about the latest news of UT and also […]
UT President Mr Gregory Fenves was on a business trip in Asia in July. On the Independence Day he was in Hong Kong for a meeting. Since the SCM students were here for their classes, the President invited the students to have lunch with him and our IAU Chief Administrator Victor Nip was also invited […]
Under the supervision of the International Office of UT, more than a dozen current UT students came to Hong Kong for their internship during the summer. The International Office invited our alumni to meet the interns on June 29 at Cafe 8 near the Hong Kong Maritime Museum. More than 20 persons, about half of them […]
First we would like to thank Mona for inviting us to the gathering and share with us the information about the mentorship program for the interns who will be in Hong Kong this summer! Our alumni always give our visitors a warm welcome by meeting them personally, and this is no exception. 15 alumni joined […]
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 […]
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.
It was not long ago when we had our own Horse Race Watching Party. As we communicated earlier, some accounting and supply chain management (SCM) students currently studying at UT are in Hong Kong. The SCM students are going to have their own racecourse event next Wednesday and our members are invited to join them. […]
The committee was invited by the MBA Program of The Chinese University of Hong Kong to attend their Christmas Party. It was hosted at King Ludwig Beerhall in Tsim Sha Tsui. All members of the committee attended the party.
A bunch of Texas A&M (boo!) alumni would order licensed DVD’s of the Aggie (boo!) games from Europe. Because it took a few days for the DVD’s to arrive, they would watch the game at the Keg in Lan Kwai Fong together on Thursday evenings. The week before was a bye week for Texas A&M, […]