Five BEd(BAFS) Year 4 students (Chu Lai Hang; Lo Wing Kong; Ma King Lok; Ng Hok Yu; Yung Sing Yu) formed a team and participated in the MBS ECase Competition 2021 in March - June.MORE
China’s rise over the last several decades has seen dramatic growth in the income and wealth of its citizens. But the expanding economy has not been universally good for its people, nor has it always benefited the wider world.MORE
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, many observers have started to rethink the importance and contribution of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) towards global health development. As such, it is important and necessary to assess the opportunities and challenges brought by the overall development of TCM and explore directives for further integrating it into the healthcare system.MORE
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