過去校友會活動

In AASUJ, we held events and visits throughout the year, here are some of the news from the events we held recently. You are welcome to join us to our future events, simply register as a member of AAUSJ. For more details, please see our AAUSJ hompage.

聖若瑟大學校友會(AAUSJ)準備了1000份2016年日曆

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為了慶祝聖若瑟大學(USJ) 成立20周年和聖若瑟大學校友會(AAUSJ)成立八周年,聖若瑟大學校友會(AAUSJ)準備了1000份2016年日曆。其中包含了聖大校舍的圖片,可以讓校友了解一下聖若瑟大學新校舍的風貌和重溫一下他們在現有校舍過去的回憶。所有的日曆已經派發完畢,我們亦收到很多校友的正面意見。我們藉此感謝我們2008年工商管理碩士畢業生Roy Sam贊助這些日歷給我們。


2015年12月2日

聖若瑟大學校友會(AAUSJ)出席了2015獎學金暨最佳學術研究成果獎頒獎典禮

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聖若瑟大學校友會(AAUSJ)理事長鄧靜蓮於2015年12月2日出席了2015獎學金暨最佳學術研究成果獎頒獎典禮,兩名學生於頒獎典禮時獲得頒發聖若瑟大學校友會助學金。我們衷心感謝聖若瑟大學校友會助學金的捐贈者,尤其是岳宗斌先生和魏素小姐。


 

2015 年3月3日

聖大校友會拜會中聯辦

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聖若瑟大學校友會 於3月5日拜會中聯辦,獲文教部副部長浦海龍的親切接見。

理事長鄧靜蓮首先感謝中聯辦過去對聖大校友會的大力支持,並就校友會會務活動作出報告。中聯辦今年繼績支持校友會舉辦北京文化之旅,此旅程亦獲中國銀行澳門分行支持學生部份旅費,讓師生與校友加深對國家文化的認識 。浦副部長肯定聖大校友會對大學的積極貢獻,他亦鼓勵校友會繼續發揮平台的作用,團結校友、繼續支持聖若瑟大學的發展及向校友們集思廣益,向澳門特區政府提出積極的建意和支持,共同為促進澳門的和諧穩定努力。會面氣氛親切融洽。參與是次拜訪還包括會員大會副主席岳宗斌、副理事長陳桂舜和岑遠昌、以及聖若瑟大學學生事務長農韻淇。


2015 年2月6日

2015年投資趨勢 – 穩中求勝

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中國銀行澳門分行應聖若瑟大學校友會邀請在2月6日晚為聖若瑟大學校友及師生舉辦了以 “2015年投資趨勢 – 穩中求勝” 為主題的講座。講座在聖大演講廳舉行,由中國銀行私人銀行(澳門)許卓鴻總監及資金部許兆康先生主講,藉羊年伊始,提供該行對本年度環球經濟的分析和預測的專業意見。講者更分享在外匯市場中進可攻退可守的投資方法。講座上,聖大校友及師生熱烈提問。最後, 由聖大楊誠助理校長及中國銀行澳門分行拓展部陳芬總監主持了抽獎環節,為活動劃上圓滿的句號。

出席是次講座的學生表示該講座深化了他們在課本以外,對環球經濟的認識,能將理論與實際結合,獲益良多。


13 June 2014

聖若瑟大學校友會新閣就職暨慈善晚宴

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為加強與各屆校友聯繫以及設立奬學金獎勵母校學生,並適逢創會十周年,聖若瑟大學校友會於6月13日舉辦年度慈善晚宴,以及新一屆會員大會主席團及理監事就職典禮。

本會會員大會主席黎遠、副主席岳宗斌、理事長鄧靜蓮和監事長陳鳳美帶領理監事迎接各界嘉賓友好及各屆校友,包括澳門教區主教黎鴻昇、高等教育辦公室職務主管黃月冰、中聯辦代表岑嘉儀、聖若瑟教區中學校友會理事長岑妙娟及理事黃惠玲、聖若瑟大學校長薜沛德及副校長陳繼容、校長顧問孔繁清和楊誠、本會創會會長招霞、聖若瑟大學學生會理事長陳嘉俊等。

薛沛德校長表示,校友與大學的關係是彼此聯繫緊密;他鼓勵校友應盡自己的能力回饋社會。而新任會員大會主席黎遠與各位理監事在晚宴上宣誓就職,並承諾盡心盡力為校友會服務,透過校友會的平台,加強校友與母校之間的連繫。他亦指出校友應多加相互聯繫、促進交流、慷慨捐助,積極支持母校發展,共同為祖國和澳門的社會和諧進步盡一分力。當晚七十多名校友與母校教授歡聚一堂,相見後噓寒問暖,增添師生同學情誼。此外晚宴亦舉行慈善義賣及拍賣,所有的物品均由各屆校友捐贈校友盡顯愛心,積極競拍及慷慨,場上氣氛高潮迭起。在校友的熱情支持下,晚宴共籌得約四萬餘元。另外,校友會亦在晚宴中設立募款箱籌集善款。出席校友均支持發放校友會奬學金,繼續鼓勵學業優秀的同學,並希望校友會繼續舉辦不同形式的活動支持本澳和母校發展。


6-10 May 2014

The Xi’an Cultural Tour

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 This year, the University of Saint Joseph and the AAUSJ have had the honor to be invited by the Ministry of Education of the Central Government together with the full support of the Liaison Office of the Central Government in Macau SAR to once again organize the second Chinese cultural tour to Xi’an, from May 6 to 10 2014. The delegates were led by Mr. Frank Li, Chairman of the General Assembly of AAUSJ, Professor Ana Correia, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology and Education of USJ and Ms. Sam Ka I, Assistant of the Education and Cultural Department of the Liaison Office as consultants.

Xi’an served as the capital city of 13 dynasties in ancient China; its historical and cultural significance has been exceedingly influential to the development of modern China. Today, Xi’an is the center of the northwest region of China. In view of these important factors, the itinerary of the cultural tour has been designed to focus on 2 sections, including exchanges with the modern tertiary education institutions and activities related to knowing more about the historical and cultural development of China.

The delegates visited the Xi’an Jiaotong University, the Xi’an International Studies University and the Shaanxi Normal University for academic exchanges during the first 2 days of the visits; and received a warm welcome by the official representatives, professors and students of the universities. Professor Ana Correia, on behalf of USJ, gave a brief introduction of USJ and has taken the opportunity to propose future academic exchanges in various levels between the universities, aiming to help professors and students of the two places to understand each other’s culture better. The proposal was welcomed by the representatives of the universities, especially the Portuguese education program. Students responded enthusiastically and raised questions on the spot. Very encouragingly, the visits have laid a solid foundation for the cooperation and exchanges between USJ and the universities in the future.

Throughout this trip, the delegates visited a number of famous scenic spots of Xi’an, including the world famous Terracotta Warriors and Horses (the eighth major wonder of the World), the Mausoleum of Qin Shi Huang, the historical sites of Chang’an of the Tang Dynasty, the Ming Great Wall, the Shaanxi History Museum, the Banpo Museum, the Great Wild Goose Pagoda and the Kwong Yan Temple. They also went around shopping at the Moslem Street nearby the Bell and Drum Towers. What’s more interesting, the delegates also had the opportunity to taste the Dumpling Feast and watch the gorgeous imitated version of the Tang Dynasty dance performance. Being able to visit the historical sites of Xian in person, the delegates were deeply impressed by the influence of the history and culture of Xi’an on the development of the Chinese culture.

The 5-day tour was full of laughter and fun. All members have been impressed by the depth and the sophistication of the Chinese traditional culture after witnessing the historical sites of ancient China, the architectural cultural relics, and the modern culture and the folkways. Members hope that USJ and AAUSJ will have a deeper level of communication and cooperation with the universities in Xi’an in the future.
Other members who joined were Benjamin Yue, Vice-Chairman of the General Assembly, Joyce Tang and Addy Chan, President and Vice-President of the Executive Committee of the AAUSJ.


 4 May 2014

Charity Hike for Care of School Age Children in Macau

A Charity Hike for School Age Children in Macau event was held by the Stage of the Macau Workers’ Association on 4 May 2014 Sunday. In support of local charity activities, we have organized and sponsored a group of 40 persons consisting of alumni, students, professors and staff members of USJ, friends and family to form a team representing AAUSJ to participate in the event. Very disappointingly, the event was cancelled on the day due to bad weather. Nevertheless, in support of the charity event, the committee decided to donate the joining fee of MOP 2460 to the event even though the event was cancelled and postponed to a latter day.


11 April 2014

Visit to the Liaison Office 

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Leading by Prof. Anna Chan, Vice-rector of USJ, and Mr. Frank Li, Chairman of AAUSJ, the new committee members of AAUSJ visited the Liaison Office on 11 April 2014. They were cordially received by Mr. Liu Xiao Hang, Minister of the Education and Cultural Department of the Liaison Office.

In the meeting, Prof. Chan briefly updated Mr. Liu with the latest development of USJ and the construction project of the new campus. Dr. Li and Ms. Tang, the President of AAUSJ, separately reported to Mr. Liu regarding the progress of AAUSJ and with the support of the Liaison Office, AAUSJ was able to organize the second Chinese Cultural Tour heading to Xi’an this year. Mr. Liu encouraged USJ and AAUSJ to make good use of the platform of the university and take this opportunity of visiting Xi’an to exchange with the various cultural groups there, to learn from each other and to deepen the understanding of Chinese culture.

AAUSJ also mentioned that the new committee would participate the Care of the Younger Generation Charity Hike in June and the Annual Dinner and the Inauguration Ceremony to be held on 13 June 2014. Dr. Li invited Mr. Liu to attend the Annual Dinner. Mr. Liu congratulated the new committee and was confident that with the leadership of USJ and the new committee members of AAUSJ, both the university and the alumni association would be prosperous in the future. The meeting was held in a friendly, relax and constructive manner. At the end of the meeting, Mr. Liu took a photo with all members of the delegation.

Other members attended the meeting included Ms. Teresa Loong, Director of Office for Student Affairs, Ms. May Chan, President of Supervisory Committee, Mr. Benjamin Yue, Vice-chair of General Assembly and Mr. Addy Chan, Vice-president of Executive Committee.


 18 March 2014

Third Annual General Meeting for AAUSJ 2013-2014 and Election 

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The third Annual General Meeting of the Alumni Association of University of Saint Joseph (AAUSJ) was held on 18 March 2014, 6:30pm at the Speakers’ Hall of USJ.

The alumni have listened to the reporting on the activities and achievements in previous year.  Also, the financial position was presented.

Upcoming events such as the Chinese Cultural Tour to Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi province in May 2014 and the Annual Gathering Dinner in June were introduced to the attendees as well. It is believed that AAUSJ will organize more activities for strengthening the inter-relationships among the alumni, for more understanding in the relationships between Macau and the cities in the PRD region, and for contributing to the community and society in the future.

In the second part of the meeting, it was the election for the new compositions of AAUSJ. The AGM has approved the candidate list for the different posts in AAUSJ.  Frank Li, Joyce Tang and May Chan were elected as the Chair of General Assembly, President of the Executive Committee and President of the Supervisory Committee, respectively.


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