HKBU bids farewell to graduating students at Baccalaureate Service
26 Apr 2022
The Chaplain's Office organised the annual Baccalaureate Service on 13 April to celebrate and recognise the achievements and endeavours of graduating students. The ceremony was held online this year.
In his speech, Chaplain Rev Tse Hung shared that by facing the adversities in life, God grants people the ability to face the hardships without being crushed, and he frees them from being trapped in despair. He encouraged the graduating students to choose a path of righteousness and live a holy life.
Speaking at the event, Professor Alexander Wai, President and Vice-Chancellor, said that the University has sought to nurture students’ courage, adaptability, resilience and empathy. Together, this is a powerful collection of honourable traits that will let graduating students thrive in the unpredictable world and help them on their career journey. While there is a lot of uncertainty in life, these attributes give them more certainty and confidence to follow their dreams, he added.