We would like to invite you to Round 2 of the ICAAHK Tour 2013 on 20 June 2013.
This round will be held at the Yinli Foreign Investors Golf Club in Shenzhen.
- First Tee-off time: Expected 9.15 am
- Maximum No. of Players: 12
- Cost: Approx. RMB 900 per head (includes green fees, admin fees, transportation from Huanggang border; excludes caddies, buggies, etc)
Depending on turnout rate, we may also include an optional dinner after the event for all participants. If you are interested to participate in Round 2, RSVP to Adrian Sou on firstname.lastname@example.org 16 June 2013.
ICAAHK is invited by friends of LSE and Stanford Alumni to the seminar at HK Stock Exchange on 25th June, next Tuesday. Details are shown below. Interested alumni can sign up through the following Google Form (https://goo.gl/18XnQ).
HK Stock Exchange Stock Options Interflow Seminar Date and time: Tuesday 25 June 2013, Tour at 5.45pm,
Seminar from 6.00 – 7.30pm Venue: The Viewing Gallery, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, 1/F, One and Two Exchange Square Price: HKD 50 per person, payable at the door, refreshments are provided RSVP: Please fill in this form
About the event
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has launched a Postgraduate and Professional Societies Options Interflow, aiming to raise awareness on the use of HK listed options. The Stock Options Interflow Seminar includes topics such as:
- What are options? Why do investors trade options?
- What are the common option strategies?
- Trading options in Hong Kong and how can the new Stock Options Corner can help options trading
- Options development in Asia and discussion
This seminar is conducted mainly in English and is suitable for:
- those who learnt options from textbooks and would like to know about their applications
- those who would like to know about its relationship with common structured product such as ELNs and warrants
- those who would like to know about the recent and future development of options in Hong Kong
There will be a complimentary tour of the Exchange Auditorium at 5.45pm and the seminar will start at 6.00pm.
Begin: 17:45 on Tue, 25 Jun 13
Place: Hong Kong Stock Exchange, 1/F, One and Two Exchange Square, Hong Kong
As a kick-off of ICAAHK social initiative, you are cordially invited to our first social event, Global X-perience 2013, jointly held with Crossroads Foundation. Crossroads Foundation is a Hong Kong based, non-profit organization serving global need. It believes that, in a broken world that sees too much suffering, it should do all it can to link those who are in need with those who can provide help.
In this event, our aim is to raise your awareness of the challenges of blindness and AIDs faced not only by people in Hong Kong but around the world. As a participant, you will run through 2 renowned X-perience simulations in which Participants are led through an simulated African village, in total darkness, by guides who are themselves blind; and walk through the life of individuals who have come into contact with HIV/AIDS.
Please see the details of the event below: Date: 15th June 2013 (Saturday) Time: 10:00-13:00 Venue: Crossroads Village, 2 Castle Peak Road, Gold Coast, Tuen Mun, HK Gathering Point: Reception Area 10:00am ( bus will be directed along a one-way system loop of the site; you can spot the Reception area by spotting the colorful flags around it )
10:15 Introduction to the crossroad and program
10:30 Blind X-perience simulation and AIDS X-perience simulation
12:30 Time to visit Fair Trade shop & Café 13:00 Lunch in Hoi Tin Garden Restaurant near Gold Coast (optional but highly recommended) http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=7890
Dress code: appropriate outdoor clothing (please bring mosquito repellent, sun protection and a personal water bottle)
Donation: We aim to raise more than 1,500 HKD for the charity and as a result a minimum of HK 60 is required for donation per person. Please kindly transfer the payment to 062-1-064377 and email bank pay-in slip to email@example.com copying firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration: please send email to email@example.com with the names of the guests on or before Jun 8 (Sat).
The participants are suggested to be aged form 20 to 50 who are fluent in English. There are only 25 seats which are very limited, please apply as soon as possible.
ICAAHK is organising a boat trip around Clear Water Bay, Ninepin Group and Tung Lung Chau. The trip will introduce different rock types and geological features that are exposed in these areas. During the trip, we plan to have seafood lunch at a restaurant in Po Toi O (布袋澳). The boat will then take a detour and sail around the Ninepin Group where the columnar jointed tuffs are exposed and cover the recent hot topic, supervolcano in Hong Kong.
Details of the event are follows: Date: 9 June 2013 Assembly Time: 9.45am Return Time: 6.00pm Assembly and Return Location: Tsim Sha Tsui Five Flag Poles (near Public Pier) Price: $150 per person (excluding lunch) Activities: Geopark tour to Tai Miu Wan (Clear Water Bay), Ninepin Island and Tung Lung Chau, swimming in Clear Water Bay Second Beach and Lunch in Po Toi O
We cordially invite our alumni to come and join us to the boat trip. Families and friends are very welcome. Please contact Miss Clio Wong: 9684 8463 for any enquires. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. For registration, please kindly fill in the form from the link below and indicate your lunch option, together with the scanned bank pay-in slip copy and reply to firstname.lastname@example.org before 6 June 2013.
Please be reminded to wear appropriate shoes, a hat, sunglasses, and bring your swimming gear as appropriate. Please also bring along sufficient drinking water.
Sir Keith O’Nions, President & Rector of Imperial College London, and the Imperial College Alumni Association of Hong Kong are delighted to invite you to an event on Saturday 18 May 2013, 16.00-18.00 at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club.
Hong Kong alumni will be the first to hear from Imperial’s new Vice President (Development & Innovation), Professor David Gann, who will give a lecture: Innovating Innovation at Imperial.
A leading expert in innovation and entrepreneurship, Professor Gann will explain how ideas are made valuable and set out new opportunities for Imperial to contribute to economic and social development in London, the UK and internationally.
A drinks reception will follow incorporating a presentation by the President & Rector about the College’s recent achievements and plans for the new seven-acre research and translation campus, Imperial West. Refreshments will be provided.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club
2 Lower Albert Road
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. To register, please complete the online form by Monday 6 May. If you have any queries, please contact Caroline Davis on +44 (0)20 7594 6699 or via email@example.com.
The event is free of charge. Due to limited capacity, please register soonest in order to avoid disappointment. Registration should be done using the above online booking form.
Imperial College London’s President & Rector Sir Keith O’Nions and Vice President Professor David Gann CBE hosted an event for alumni at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Hong Kong on Saturday, 18 May.
Guest of honour Robert Ness, Director of the British Council Hong Kong, opened proceedings. He highlighted Imperial’s recent league table success – third in Europe and eighth in the world – while congratulating the Imperial College Alumni Association of Hong Kong (ICAAHK) on its work over 31 years to build a strong network in the city, contributing to successful partnerships between Hong Kong and the UK.
Sir Keith updated alumni on Imperial’s vision for a new campus in West London, Imperial West.
He said, “To solve big problems, we need to bring brilliant people from different fields together and give them time and space. At Imperial West we will enable global business and academia to co-locate and form long-term relationships with our researchers.”
Professor Gann explained how Imperial academics are “innovating the innovation process” in science, engineering, medicine and business.
He said: “Imperial West will be a place where ideas collide: where colleagues can come together and challenge preconceived ideas and solve big problems.”
Ken Ho, Chair of ICAAHK, spoke of his pride in being part of the Imperial family, noting that his own department, Civil Engineering, has just been ranked number one in the world.
Mr Ho also announced that ICAAHK are establishing the first ever Hong Kong based mentorship programme for current Imperial students.
Begin: 16:00 on Sat, 18 May 13
Place: The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong
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