University Lecture on Civility
The University Lecture on Civility consists of seminars and forums that explore the relationship between men and society/ nature. Scholars, artists and luminaries from around the world share their unique humanistic points of view with CUHK members and catalyse them to reflect on the meaning of life. The University Lecture on Civility has also set up the I·CARE Theatre, and runs Book Festival, Floral Festival and Film Festival from time to time to inspire CUHK members to lead a fruitful and meaningful life.
Organised by this Centre and supported by The Office of the Arts Administrator, the I·CARE Theatre is presenting to you a fine selection of films again after suspending for one year and a half. Starting from September 2021, there will be a monthly screening of: Drifting by a young director and an alumnus of this University; There is No Evil, a reward winning movie produced in Iran; and Life is Fruity, a Japanese documentary.
I·CARE Salon is an iconic programme under the University Lecture on Civility which promotes reflective thinking on different topics. Through organising a series of seminars, participants will be able to exchange insights on significant academic, cultural and social issues.
Mobile I·CARE - Small-group Reunion
While the campus is thronged with people again, we are about to start over and reunion.
The versatility and pliancy evinced by “Mobile I·CARE” help us respond to the constant changes. With the guidance of specialists, we will be connected to people and matters that have been ignored in this school and in Hong Kong.
Let’s while away to imagine the future, and savour life in the world filled with uncertainty!