learning trip to Baiwan, Guangdong in January 2013. Brian Skerratt introduced his indie rock band, Vivian Darkbloom, to students at communal dinner, and rehearsed weekly with a new College Choir. Marisa Cannon attended a performance of To Kill a Mockingbird d at the Asia Society with a group of students, participated in a Bridges to China Charity Walk, and led a group of 10 students on a service learning trip to Palawan, Philippines in June. Harrison Kelly organized the inaugural Morningside Writers Series – four authors visited the College during the year, read from their novels, and discussed the writing process with students. The College looks forward to making the series an annual event. Visiting authors included: KRYS LEE (Drifting House), JANICE Y.K. LEE (The Piano Teacher), JEET THAYIL (Narcopolis), and PHILLIP Y. KIM (Nothing Gained).
MA STER’S REPORT 2012-2013
The College highly encourages Morningsiders to study outside of Hong Kong on exchange before graduating from CUHK. In 2012-2013, over 20 students spent one or two semesters on College and/or University-wide exchange programmes. James College at the University of York continued to be a popular destination – three Morningsiders, JENNIFER MA, JUDY NG, and VIVIENNE NG, spent an enjoyable year studying at York and travelling about Europe. While they were away, James College student WOLFGANG WESTERMEIER (fourth photo, 2nd from right) joined Morningside. Seen at many College events, Wolfgang also rowed with the College Rowing Team. Business student PARK SANGHYUN spent the fall term at Fudan University in Shanghai, and the spring term in Japan at Waseda University. Other Morningside students spent a semester or the year in Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the United States.
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Morningsiders on Exchange, 2012-2013