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Welcome to Alumni Relations

Message from the Dean

Message from the Dean

The College of Business is a globally-oriented business school with alumni all over the world. I want to take this opportunity to welcome graduates, current students, and friends to connect with us. Our aim is to reunite alumni, students, and faculty members of the six departments under the College of Business.

We hope to encourage you, our valued alumni and friends, to take a look at your achievements and your network. Our editor has spoken to some of you about your CB journey and challenges at work. These inspiring stories are presented in this issue.

I hope that these featured stories can RE-ignite your passion.

Featured Alumnus   [ All Stories ]

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Frankie Chan
Master of Science in Marketing

Online identity
“I will ‘Facebook’ you.” or “Let me ‘Google’ It.” are lines often heard from teenagers and young adults of this digital generation. We love to share and let people know what we are doing on social media whenever and wherever we are. We became more and more dependent on the Internet than ever before. But as a marketer myself, there is much to learn about the rules of the Internet... [ Full Story ]


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Leo Laung
Master of Science in Marketing

Opportunities are Everywhere
“Who would ever think a part-time promoter for a computer store in Sham Shui Po Computer Centre could turn into a gaming industry tycoon in less than five years? This is an age in which opportunities are always open for people who are well prepared. Perseverance is the key to success... [ Full Story ]


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Micah Tsang
Master of Science in Marketing Candidate

Life Responsibilities
One day in his post-secondary year, he felt the need to work hard and get better grades to enter university. As the only child in the family, Micah Tsang began to realize the responsibility of caring for his parents in the long term. Describing himself as “not a good student” in his secondary school years, Micah confessed to having poor English foundation... [ Full Story ]