It is my honour to be one of the lecturers of the Tier I Life Science course of the Scientific Training and Mentoring for STEM talents organized by the Faculty of Science, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The School … Continue reading Scientific Training and Mentoring for STEM talents
I had never been a person who was used to deliver a lecture live on the internet; but this year after the Chinese New Year vocation, I became quite familiar, if not professional, with live broadcasting online. Until July 2020, … Continue reading Online lecture statistics
I have the pleasure to offer the brand new course titled ‘Biochemistry and Diseases III’ for the Program of the Gifted and Talented (PGT). This was … Continue reading PGT Biochemistry and Diseases III
It has been quite a while until we resumed face-to-face teaching; after some thorough preparatory work, we managed to offer two practical sessions for BCHE4830 Medical … Continue reading Face-to-face again
As the course coordinator of the capstone courses titled ‘Senior Experimental Projects‘ and ‘Literature Research‘ in the School of Life Sciences (SLS), the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), the year of 2019/20 was definitely one of the most memorable … Continue reading Final year projects 2019/20
After the Chinese New Year vocation, a lot of activities were either suspended or switched to online mode because of covid-19. Yet, life must go on! … Continue reading Life must go on… …line!
Over the years, I insisted on offering classes about microorganisms and infectious diseases not only to Secondary School Students, but also to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, for a reason to make sure my students knew what they had to know … Continue reading An episode of BBMS5100
Classes in CUHK have been suspended since the Chinese New Year vocation due to the recent global outbreak of the new coronavirus. Face-to-face teaching is replaced by online lectures on Zoom; it has been four weeks since 17 February 2020. … Continue reading Prepare for the worst and hope for the best!
Dated back to the first offering of CUSA1013/2013 Great Discovery of Biochemical Sciences in 2012, hand washing has been an important in-class activity for the students to practise. It is based on the belief that some useful knowledge and skills … Continue reading An episode of CUSA2013 II
I have the pleasure to offer the course ‘Biochemistry and Diseases I‘ for the second time since 2017/18. In the second offering, there were nine gifted students studying something related to the diseases of the liver, blood, and heart together. … Continue reading Winter Program for the Gifted and Talented 2019