Hong Kong Impressions Josh Yiu, a University of Chicago grad who now serves as the director of the art museum at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Mark Barnekow, executive director of the University of Chicago's Hong Kong campus, discuss a new exhibition of paintings and photographs of Hong Kong created from the 1940s through the '70s.
September 12, 2020
Navigating through 2020's Business World Simon Crockett, director of the global career and leadership development team at the University of Chicago Hong Kong, speaks about how his department stays in touch with alumni years after they graduate through the executive coaching program, and how the school is helping their grads navigate a changing business world in 2020.
September 15, 2020
Sophomores Back on Campus Katie,Leah, Miles and Niser—all second-year students at the University of Chicago—talk about how they've dealt with the disruption to their education and maintained budding friendships in the face of the pandemic.
September 25, 2020
Yuen Campus during the Pandemic Kitty Chong, senior director, and Intan Chen, director of operations at the UChicago Yuen campus in Hong Kong, discuss the challenges of working during the pandemic and what they've learned from having to adapt.
October 7, 2020