Newsletter No. 43

CUHK Newsletter No.43 June 1993 University Swimming Pool News Between 15th June and 5th September 1993 the opening hours of the University Swimming Pool will be extended as follows: First session: 8.00a.m. - 1.40p.m. Second session: 2.30 - 7.15p.m. Night session (Wednesday only): 8.00-10.10p.m. The pool is open seven days a week including public holidays. Admission tickets in sets of 12 are now sold at bargain price to students ($50), staff and adult dependents ($100), dependents under 18 ($50 ), alumni ($100) and guests ($270) at the Office of Student Affairs, Room 108’ Benjamin Franklin Centre. Secondary School Summer Sports Camp '93 The Physical Education Unit will hold the 'Secondary School Summer Sports Camp '93' on campus from 19th to 23rd July for students aged over 15. Activities include swimming, tennis, archery, badminton, softball and folk dance. Pease contact the P.E. Office at the University Sports Centre for enquiries. Obituary Mr. Kwok Kwai-ming, workman I I at the University Library, passed away on 29th March 1993. Mr. Kwok first joined the University in November 1988. A N N O U N C I N G . . . Renditions Paperbacks Blue Sky Green Sea By Liu Sola translated by Martha Cheung I SBN 962-7255-12-2 HK$79 Renditions No.39 Contemporary Fiction and Poetry published by the Research CentreforT r a n s l a t i o n , Institute of Chinese Studies 150 pp. HK$80 sold at 20% discount to staff at University Bookshop John Fulton Centre, CUHK CUH KNewslette r We welcome your contributions 1. Items for the next issue (mid-July 1993) should reach the Editor by 28th June 1993. 2. All contributions and suggestions should be sent to the Editor, CUHK Newsletter, do the Publication Office, University Secretariat, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (tel. 6097297; fax. 6035503). 3. Contributions should bear the writer's name and contact telephone number, and may be published under pseudonyms. Articles without Chinese translations will appear in the English version of the Newsletter only. No anonymous letters will be published. 4. The Editor reserves the right to reject contributions and to edit all articles for reasons of clarity, length or grammar. Those who do not wish to have their articles amended should indicate clearly in writing. 5. No part of this Newsletter may be reproduced without the written consent of the Editor. 6. This publication has a circulation of 1,500 and is primarily intended for staff members of CUHK. Copies are also sent to local educational institutions and individuals associated with the University. Those who wish to be included on the mailing list please contact the Newsletter direct. Published by the Publication Office, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Editor: Amy K. Y. Leung Assistant Editors : Lawrence Choi; Florence Chan Graphic Artist: Stella P. C. Lai 10