Since the COVID-19 situation, after a long-time preparation work, the Lap-Chee College managed to resume our signature event– the Lap-Chee High Table Dinner in November. In view of the social distancing, the event was divided into 2 sessions: 5th November for odd-numbered floors and 17th November for even-numbered floors. In the first session, Master Professor
On September 25, City Hunt was curated to help Lap-Cheers brace themselves for the new environment and college life. Meanwhile, students could mingle together, and the City Hunt event facilitated cultural exchange. In the beginning of the event, Participants were divided into several groups and listened to the instructions attentively before going for the actual
On October 29, the Lap Chee Ambassador Team organized a Halloween event that was inspired by the popular Netflix series, “The Squid Game”. The Lap Chee Ambassadors were able to successfully bring in the thrilling vibe from the series. At the entrance, all the participants were greeted by the red suit guard from the series.
On September 24, a Welcoming Event was held to introduce Lap-cheers to the various college teams and let them familiarize with the new and colorful life in the Lap-Chee College. Different clubs of the Lap-Chee College prepared fun activities and unique gifts for the participants. If the participants answered the questions correctly or finished the
Welcome to Lap-Chee College! While you are settling down, our current residents have gladly prepared a Lap-Chee Survival Guide to give you a better idea about life at the College. The survival guide covers a wide range of information, from the people and the culture of the College, to some practical tips (food options, useful apps) when
As undergraduates, we may often feel lost navigating the daunting and unfamiliar university experience. Further, it’s all too common to be plagued by the stress of juggling coursework with extracurriculars whilst still planning for internships, exchange, or post-grad. To quell all these concerns, the Residence-based Academic Advising System, RAAS, hosted its last event of the
The Readmission Forum was held last week with Deputy Master Professor Kelvin Yeung and Resident Tutor Dr. John Kubi sharing and explaining the readmission details. Around 100 Lap-Cheers attended the forum, and we had in-depth discussions on the topic. Here are some crucial points summarized by the Media Team: The readmission procedure was introduced step
On the 15th March 2021, the Lap-Chee College Tutorial Team and the Lap-Chee College Ambassadors (LCA) organized the first-ever Virtual College Dinner to provide Lap-Cheers the opportunity to interact with their fellow college members since the High Table Dinners have been called off ever since the pandemic strikes.
Are you looking for a virtual background for our college events online? Hoping to find some matching backdrops with your college friends? Or too busy tidying up your room before online meetings? If these ever ring a bell, fret not — Media Team has got you covered! We have designed two versions of virtual backgrounds
On January 16, Crystal and Charis, as our Rotaract Club representatives, delivered 70 hand-written letters and supermarket coupons to the Hing Tin Wendell Memorial Church Alison Lam Elderly Center.