Issue 12
Oct-Dec 2002


Cover Story:

- 681 Graduates Bid Farewell at Graduation

- Speech by Rector and Professor Iu Vai Pan

On Campus
- Hailing the Homecoming of Macao Bred Distinguished
- Devoting Efforts to the Development of Research on
Chinese Medicine
- The 16th National Conference on Hydrodynamics
- Information Technology Week 2002
- Supporting Local Creative Technology
- Seminar on Macao Economic Development and System Reform
- Speaking Out for the Revision of UM Charter
- Seminar on the Establishment and Concept of the
International Criminal Court 
Student's Corner
- Inauguration of the Internet Radio of the Faculty of
- Students of Communication Pave Way to Society by
Gaining Practical Training on Campus
- Debate Team Deluged with Awards in its Debut Year
- Raising English Standards through Competitions
- Ten Students Receive Awards
- Representatives of Sub-Clubs of Students' Union Meet with the Rector
- UM Takes a Seat at the XVI World Congress of Accountants
in Hong Kong
- Swimming Team Breaks Four Records
- Students' Union Hosts Orientation for New Students
from China
- Students' Union Celebrates the 3rd Anniversary of
Macao's Return to Chinese Sovereignty
Staff News
- Professor Lo Lam Fat
- Lecturer Pamela Au Chung To
- Professor Fan Jianhong
- Assistant Professor Kelvin Yuen Ka Veng
- UM's Hearts United for Charity Course
- Thirteen Staff Win Awards in the UM ISO Logo and Slogan Design Competition
- Staff Caroling for Christmas
- New Staff / Promotion / Change of Position / Resignation
Exchanges and Cooperation
- The 1st UM International Cultural Exchange Day
- Rector Iu Vai Pan at the UMAP Seminar
- Forging Paths in Portugal
- Agreement Signed with Chengdu University of Traditional
Chinese Medicine
- Cooperation with Fu Jen Catholic University of Taiwan
Alumni Network

New Board Elected for UM Alumni Association

- Bash on the 16th Anniversary
- Bonding by Bowling

Head of the Jilin Province Seeks Stronger Ties with UM

Alumni Network

New Board Elected for UM Alumni Association

On 7 December after a competitive election, the UM Alumni Association decided on its new officers for its general assembly, executive committee and supervisory committee. The inaugural ceremony and dinner took place on the same evening. Rector Iu Vai Pan was in charge of the swearing-in. Guests invited to the ceremony included representatives of the Department of Publicity & Cultural Affairs of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Macao SAR, Macau Foundation, Alumni Association of the Macao Polytechnic Institute, Zhongshan University Alumni Association and Huaqiao University Macao Alumni Association.

-Members of the outgoing and incoming Alumni Association administration.

New officers of the UM Alumni Association are:
General Assembly: President: Ao Peng Kong
Vice President: Tam San Mei
Secretary: Felix Wong
Executive Committee: President Wong Sio Mei
Vice Presidents: Iu Va San,
Kot Man Kam,
Vong Sio Hong
Treasurer: Leong Man Ngan
Secretaries: Chao Weng Ian,
Leong Nga Ut
Members of the Committee: Wai Tong Kuan,
Leong Hong Ian,
Lou Sin Too,
Siu Wai Chun,
Lee Si Man,
Loi Ka Man,
Chung Mei Sin
Hoi Chun I
Supervisory Committee: President: Candida Ramos
Vice President: Cheang Tak Son
Secretary: Choi Chi Kit

Bash on the 16th Anniversary

-(front left) Dr Rayson Huang Li Song, Rector Iu Vai Pan and Paul Pang, Head of the Academic Affairs Bureau of UM.

-Opening Ceremony of the annual alumni association gathering

The University of East Asia Graduate College Alumni Association celebrated its 16th Anniversary at the ballroom of the New World Renaissance Hotel, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The celebration was marked by a dinner and dance attended by special guests, old and new friends soaking in the happy and exciting atmosphere. Secretary for Constitutional Affairs of Hong Kong SAR Government Mr Stephen Lam attended the celebration. Chairman of the Alumni Association Anthony Lau remarked that, since its establishment, the Association has been serving society. He hoped that the Association would continue to uphold its mission and become a bridge between Hong Kong, Macao and China to strengthen exchanges and forge closer contacts among alumni.

-Alumni together

Bonding by Bowling

The UM Alumni Association was invited by the Nanhai Shatao Fellow Association to take part in its 10th Bowling Competition on 24 November. There were 25 teams in the competition. The association believes the activity deepened exchange with its counterparts.