I • CARE Floral Festival 2015
Following the success of the first ever I‧CARE Floral Festival in 2012, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is pleased to announce the second of the series this March, while the flowers are blooming on campus with the arrival of spring.
Taiwanese writer Liu Ka-shiang will be on the lawn of United College with Lam Fai, telling stories and giving inspiration from their creative lives. The movie ‘Open Road after Harvest’ will be screened on 12 March and ‘Murmur of the Hearts’ on 31 March in Sir Run Run Shaw Hall with the directors Chan Ho Lun and Sylvia Chang and actress Angelica Lee joining the discussion sessions that follow.
A learning room at Huen Wing Ming Building with rarely seen orchid cacti will be open till midnight on 20 March for readers to study and read together. Exploration tours to Grass Island, Pyramid Hill and CUHK campus, conducted by experts, will be arranged for students to enjoy a refreshing spring.
For details of the festival, please visit the facebook page ‘CUHKCivility’ or the website at http://www4.cuhk.edu.hk/icare/index.php/en/projects/university-lecture-on-civility/120?lang=en.
About I•CARE Programme and University Lecture on Civility
With the slogan ‘Aspiration through reflection; Renewal through civility’, the I•CARE Programme aims to promote students’ holistic development through social and civic engagements in Hong Kong, mainland China and overseas countries, and to raise their humanistic and civic awareness.
University Lecture on Civility is an annual programme of I•CARE with an objective to bring in scholars, artists and public figures in the region to CUHK to share their views on civility and value system to our staff and students, as well as other interested parties in the public.