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Editor's Note

Andy Warhol predicted half a century ago that in the future, everyone would be world-famous for 15 minutes. Unimaginable at the time, but no longer—it's now much easier to make a mark in the mass media and for much longer than 15 minutes. In fact, any mark you leave in the omniscient Internet can be traced back to you decades after. Being forgotten has become a new demand. This issue's 'Tech Talks' examines this phenomenon.

At the 76th Congregation just held, many teaching staff who had made a mark in the intellectual growth of the graduates received formal recognition and joined the ranks of some of the University's best teachers, the University's primary duty being the cultivation of minds, a feat impossible without good teachers. We spoke to the young and vibrant Prof. Vivian Lee, one of the recipients of the 2014 University Education Award, about her experiences in the classroom and the ward, and how she has helped to nurture capable and caring pharmacists for Hong Kong's medical service field.


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