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Engendering the country through education


Donation to Shanghai Jiao Tong University

K. Wah City Governance Research Fund was set up in 2017 in support of the establishment of K. Wah Big Data Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

Dr Lui Che-woo donates RMB120 million to the School of Life Sciences of Peking University to build a major scientific research and teaching base for China

Dr Lui Che-woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group made a donation of RMB120 million to Peking University in establishing the “Lui Che Woo School of Life Sciences Fund” to support the development of the school and the construction of a new school of life sciences building, which will be named as Lui Che Woo Building. Two national laboratories, one key laboratory supported by the Ministry of Education and different types of research centres will be housed upon completion of the building in early 2018.

Professor Lin Jianhua, President of Peking University presented the “Peking University Outstanding Educational Contribution Awards” to Dr Lui in recognition of his untiring support to education. Professor Lin mentioned delightfully that the donation coincides with the 120th anniversary of Peking University in 2018. Dr Lui presented a Chinese calligraphy to wish Peking University success in their research and innovations for the welfare of mankind.

KWIH offers summer internship for Hong Kong and Shanghai students - alumni club cultivates the bonds between interns

To uphold the mission of nurturing young talents through education, KWIH Shanghai division joined hands with Hong Kong-Shanghai Youth Association for the first time and offered 11 undergraduates from Hong Kong and Shanghai a unique opportunity to take on responsibility in different departments in Shanghai office for seven weeks. The programme not only gave them a greater understanding of the working culture in Mainland China but also equipped them with essential skills and experience for career development.  Four undergraduates were offered to work in Hong Kong office as well. Human Resources Department also established “K. Wah Alumni Club” in the hope of providing a channel to keep alumni updated of the company as well as cultivating bonding between the interns.

KWIH and HKU launch the Industry X Academic Exchange Programme to nurture future real estate industry leaders

KWIH becomes the first partner of the University of Hong Kong’s Department of Real Estate and Construction to launch Industry X Academic Exchange Programme. To inaugurate the programme, KWIH presented the model of TWIN PEAKS, a landmark residential development in Tseung Kwan O South, to the university as the first case study for students to analyse the factors in terms of geographic environment, sustainability, corporate social responsibilities and marketing.