Student Projects

This summer, 20 students from the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Land and Food Systems travelled to Hong Kong and Kaiping, China to research the heritage of Chinese migration.

This summer, 20 students from the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Land and Food Systems travelled to Hong Kong and Kaiping, China to research the heritage of Chinese migration.

This summer, 20 students from the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Land and Food Systems travelled to Hong Kong and Kaiping, China to research the heritage of Chinese migration.

The Basic Cantonese II (non-Mandarin heritage section) produced an epic rivalry movie.

Todd’s Two-Cents returns this Thursday with a commentary and analysis on the rage behind the recent uprising in Kowloon area, where around two hundred were killed or injured (Wah Kiu Yat Po, "Two Hospitals in Service, refrain from visiting today"). The colonial government’s official statement on the riot dodges the sensitive boundaries of governance in Hong Kong and exemplifies its negligence towards the people’s well-being, as Todd reveals a conspiracy within its words of authority.

The winning work "Sisters' Battle of Chores" by the Non-Mandarin Heritage Beginning Cantonese students: Haruka (Japan), Kim (Canada), and Shaula (Canada).

The winning work "Peppa Pig Macau God of Gamblers Edition" by the Beginning Cantonese Mandarin Section students.

Intermediate Cantonese students Ian and Kevin talk about state-of-the-art transportation technology bridging and linking the world.

Another sibling rivalry saga by the Beginning Cantonese (Non-Mandarin Heritage) students: Chloe (Canada), Geline (Philippines), Pauline (Canada), Shinya (Japan).

Project by beginning Cantonese-language students.