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HKBU receives HK$2 million from the Tan Siu Lin Foundation and the Sun Yat-sen Education and Charity Foundation

08 Jul 2019

The Tan Siu Lin Foundation and the Sun Yat-sen Education and Charity Foundation Chairman Dr Tan Siu Lin (second from right), Vice-President Dr Henry Tan (second from left) and Director Mr Sunny Tan (first from left); and HKBU President Professor Roland Chin (centre) and Dr Yang Junjun.
The Tan Siu Lin Foundation and the Sun Yat-sen Education and Charity Foundation Chairman Dr Tan Siu Lin (second from right), Vice-President Dr Henry Tan (second from left) and Director Mr Sunny Tan (first from left); and HKBU President Professor Roland Chin (centre) and Dr Yang Junjun.
(From left) Mr Sunny Tan, Dr Henry Tan, Professor Roland Chin, Dr Tan Siu Lin; and Professor Clara Ho, Head of the HKBU Department of History, and Professor Lee Kam Keung, Professor Emeritus of the HKBU Department of History
(From left) Mr Sunny Tan, Dr Henry Tan, Professor Roland Chin, Dr Tan Siu Lin; and Professor Clara Ho, Head of the HKBU Department of History, and Professor Lee Kam Keung, Professor Emeritus of the HKBU Department of History

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) recently received two generous donations totalling HK$2 million from the Tan Siu Lin Foundation and the Sun Yat-sen Education and Charity Foundation, respectively. 

 

The HK$1 million donation from the Tan Siu Lin Foundation will support the development of the HKBU School of Chinese Medicine, while another HK$1 million donation from the Sun Yat-sen Education and Charity Foundation is designated for the HKBU Department of History’s Dr Sun Yat-sen Research Fund.

 

In recognition of the Foundations’ generosity, a cheque presentation ceremony was held today (8 July 2019). Officiating at the ceremony were Dr Tan Siu Lin, Chairman of the Tan Siu Lin Foundation and the Sun Yat-sen Education and Charity Foundation; Professor Roland Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor of HKBU; Professor Clara Ho, Head of the HKBU Department of History; and Dr Yang Junjun, Senior Consultant of the Hong Kong Baptist University-Jockey Club Chinese Medicine Disease Prevention and Health Management Centre.