Resources for Art Lovers
My bigger goal in building the online Hong Kong Art Archive was to write Hong Kong art into a larger narrative. And putting the lectures online is part of my effort to break down the walls, so places in the world that don’t have access to academic art history can get a comprehensive university lecture from me on modern art.
When it's hard to swallow
We hope that the KOTE app will help to enhance swallowing safety and communication between patients and their carers.
Social Network Tools to Reach People In Need
When researchers have good results, we should be sharing them and promoting them to society so people can benefit.
Taking It to the Street
The Faculty of Dentistry's programme has complemented the work of Project Concern Hong Kong by focusing on prevention to benefit people from low-income backgrounds.
Racing Against Time to Help Special Needs Pre-Schoolers
a model to improve the link between pre-schools and intervention services
Capacity Building in Myanmar
The Faculty of Architecture is making a difference to Yangon and regards its engagement with Myanmar as a multi-year commitment.
A Step Up for Little People
Patients with rare bone diseases that cause extremely short stature used to struggle alone with the pressure of being different, whether it was losing out on school places or jobs or navigating facilities that were outsized for their needs. A project supported by the KE Fund is helping to ease their path by providing support for patients and their families and promoting greater acceptance by society.