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Welcome to Lap-Chee College! | Survival Guide & Upcoming Events


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 getting around Kennedy Town and Hong Kong.

As we welcome a new academic year, I am filled with delight and hope for the months ahead. In a move towards a new normal life and activities in the College, our tutorial team will start this academic year with a series of orientation events prepared for everyone:

I would like to first meet and welcome you all on Zoom on 13 Sep (Mon), together with my tutorial team;

The College will also be holding a Welcoming Event on 24 Sep (Fri) and a City Hunt on 25 Sep (Sat) to introduce you to College teams and familiarise you with the neighbourhood;

And our signature college community project – Mooncake Delivery to the Elderly, will be held on 11 & 18 Sep (Sat).

More details will be provided later but please mark your diary for these events!

Meanwhile, if you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact your floor tutor. You may check the College’s website and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.

I look forward to meeting everyone and wish you all a wonderful year ahead at Lap-Chee College!

Best wishes,

Professor MF Yuen

College Master

“Words of Kindness Project”: Connecting the Community During the Pandemic


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.

Lap-Chee Goes Green Newsletter 20/21 Sem 1 Issue


Lap-Chee Goes Green is back with a new issue of the newsletter!

In this issue you will find three articles:

    1. Post-pandemic waste | by Jacky Wong 
      Waste problems that arise in the midst of a pandemic.



    2. Sustainable initiatives by Lap-Chee College | by Marzan & Zhou Ting
      Lap-Chee College continuously strives to stay green and stay connected.


    3. Research investigation on post-pandemic food delivery | by Jiwon Chung
      JCSV3 residents’ eating habits in Sem 1, and their thoughts on waste management.

Mahjong Fun Class at LCC!

Do you recall the scene in the movie Crazy Rich Asians where Rachel and her mother-in-law play a kind of tile game in a parlour? The game they are playing is called “Mahjong”.