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Morningside students are always keen to take part in sports activities, as well as compete with other Colleges’ teams in various competitions. This year our students competed in football, basketball, track & field, swimming and rowing competitions.

the College’s dedicated Physical Education Unit led by Tsui Sir and Liu Sir organized several private College athletic events for students including Archery, Latin Dance, Hip-Hop and Yoga. Student feedback after each event was extremely positive.


To promote healthy and fun activities in the hostel,

FACILITIES & INFRASTRUCTURE The College Café did a brisk business in 2012-2013. Known for brewing one of the best cups of coffee on campus, Caffé Liscio has become a popular hangout for Morningsiders and their friends, and a lunch haunt for administrators from around the campus. We have even sighted other College heads enjoying our views! One of the café’s signature sandwiches was featured in the November 19 edition of the CUHK Newsletter [No. 407], “The World in a Sandwich”: “The Chinese University’s cultural diversity is captured most deliciously by a new sandwich at Caffé Liscio of Morningside College. The new invention by the cafe manager is a favourite of many students. It features marinated chicken…mixed with Korean chili paste, which is sweetish and gives off a moderate heat, and the chef’s ‘secret’ condiments…”. To counter the effects of too many Spicy Korean Chicken sandwiches, Morningside students can avail themselves of the new Fitness Room, just across the bridge and overlooking Tolo Harbour. The Room incudes a Ping-Pong table, rowing machines, free weights, elliptical bikes, treadmills, and is open to members of the College community every day, 7am12 midnight.


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Morningside College Master's Report 2012-2013  

Morningside College Master's Report 2012-2013