10th December 2021 (Friday) 6:30pm Jiang Shun Jade Palace, Level 3, i-Square Shopping Mall, 63 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong RSVP: https://faaa2021.eventbrite.hk
Standard: HK$680 Early Bird: HK$580 (Payment before 1st December 2021) Early Bird Table for 12 Pax: HK$6,600 (Payment before 1st December 2021)
NOTE: For compliance with the social distancing measures and related regulations, you will be required to provide proof of having taken COVID-19 vaccine by using the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application.
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Introduction to different migration visas, including GTI, business & investment visa requirements Overview of 2021-22 Australian migration policy updates Migration pathways and tips in targeted occupations and more
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Study Australia Virtual Fair on this Saturday 22 May 2021, at 12:00-4:00pm HK time. Students, parents and others who are interested in Australian education are very welcome to join!
We have nearly 80 Australian institutions signed up, covering universities, higher education institutions, public and private schools and some vocational institutions. Participants will have the chance to live chat with institution representatives and get all the information they need about Australian study options.
The Fair is free but prior online registration is needed. For more details and registration, please visit: www.studyinaustralia.events
Seize the chance to meet with representatives of Australian institutions at the Study Australia Virtual Fair. It’s a unique opportunity to hear first-hand information online. Get the latest on all you need to know to make an informed decision: study options, scholarships, visas and more.
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Date: 22 January, 2020 (Wednesday) 7:00pm Venue: HKU SPACE – ADC306 Address: Room 306, 3/F, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong
This talk will be conducted in Cantonese with the objective of providing you an insight for your wealth, career, relationship, health, and gossips according to your Chinese Zodiac in the Year of Rat 2020. So, you will be ready to capture all the opportunities available in 2020 to advance your career, develop a relationship, etc. This talks will also discuss and demonstrate the difference between the two forecast methods of Bazi and Zodiac as well as some of the misperceptions made by the general public.
14 December 2019 (Saturday) 10am (Registration), 10:15am – 12:30pm Kaplan Hong Kong G/F – 3/F, E-Tech Centre, 412 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong (Causeway Bay MTR Exit A)
Speakers Ms Amanda Fan, Managing Director, Joyous Real Estate Mr Wilson Chan (JP), Managing Director, Australia Asia Migration Consultants Pty Ltd Ms Polly Leung, Senior Banker, OCBC Wing Hang Bank Ltd
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Design Week (BODW), Asia’s leading event on design, innovation and brands, will
gather outstanding design masters and influential business leaders from around
the world in Hong Kong on 2-7 December 2019. In collaboration with its partner
country this year – the United Kingdom, one
of the world’s greatest cultural nations with a thriving creative sector – BODW 2019 is
curated on the theme Design the
Future, Create Tomorrow. From fashion to film,
architecture to advertising, UK creatives have a well-earned reputation for
challenging conventions and embracing the new with professionalism and flair.
The UK is also identified by trend forecasters as a key market for new trends
to take off globally.
With strong participation from UK creatives and other international
experts, the BODW 2019 summit will present a host of forums and
panels exploring the latest trends and ideas in branding, communication,
product design, digital and technology, spatial design and architecture, culture
and city life. The summit provides a mega platform
for business and creative leaders to exchange innovative ideas, network, and
explore new business opportunities.
Suhanya Raffel was appointed Executive Director of M+ in November 2016. Her curatorial career began in 1984 and she has over 30 years of experience as a museum curator and leader. She was appointed Museum Director, M+, in January 2019.
A cornerstone of the ambitious West Kowloon Cultural District Project, M+ is scheduled for completion in 2020. As Hong Kong’s new museum for visual culture, it will encompass 20th and 21st century art, design, architecture, and moving image from Hong Kong, Asia, and beyond. The museum aims to document the past, inform the present, and contribute to the future of visual culture within an evermore interconnected global landscape.
Prior to joining M+, Suhanya was Deputy Director and Director of Collections at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia and Acting Director of the Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia. She is a Trustee of the Geoffrey Bawa Trust and the Lunuganga Trust, Sri Lanka and a member of the board of the International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art (CIMAM), Barcelona, Spain.
Suhanya is a graduate of the University of Sydney.
14th FAAA inter-university bowling competition Time: 10am (registration) 6 July 2018 (Saturday) Venue : Thunderbowl, Whampoa, Kowloon Price: Player HK$320 each with lunch and HK$250 without lunch (competition must be FAAA member); Audience HK$180 each with lunch and HK$80 without lunch