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Don't Miss the World Cup Final at University Mall!

The World Cup, the most compelling of soccer tournaments, has kicked off: players are striving their hardest on the field; fans are keeping close track of each match day and night; and the University is busy preparing an exciting World Cup Final show at the University Mall.

Prof. Ma Ngok and Mr. Ivan Choy Chi-keung of the Department of Government and Public Administration, who are both soccer super fans, have been invited to provide live commentary during the final match, and alumnus Mr. Allan Au Ka-lun will be the MC of the event. Besides the supporting presence of Prof. Joseph Sung, Vice-Chancellor of CUHK, members of CUHK Soccer Team will also join in to perform various soccer skills for the audience. You definitely cannot afford to miss it.

Date: July 14 (Monday)
Admission Time: 2:30 am
Kick off Time: 3:00 am
Venue: University Mall, CUHK

Come and join us! See you at University Mall on July 14.


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