On Nov. 23, a delegation of the HK Seagull Scholarship Limited led by Chairman Paul Lo and Honorary Chairman Ko Yuet Ming visited Zhejiang University. Prof. Luo Weidong, Vice President of Zhejiang University gave them a warm welcome and expected further cooperation between them.?
Luo introduced the profile of Zhejiang University and the achievements it has
made in talent training, scientific research and social practice. He also
expressed his thanks to them for their continuous support of Zhejiang
University. ? ? ? ? ??
Paul Lo extended his appreciation to Zhejiang University for its hospitality
and introduced the founding and basic situation of HK Seagull Scholarship
Limited. Honorary Chairman Ko Yuet Ming said that, as a person of Zhejiang
Province origin, is attached to Zhejiang University and proud of having such a
first-class university in his hometown. He promised he would take what he saw
and experienced back to HK and try his best to attract more support to Zhejiang
University, so more exchanges and cooperation can be expected. Both sides later
conducted in-depth discussions about education and student assistance.
delegation also visited the Museum of ZJU History. Those present at the
reception included Li Peipei, Vice Chairman of Zhejiang University Development
Committee, Hu Wei, Assistant to ZJU President and Secretary-General of the
Education Foundation, and representatives of the Student Affairs Department,
Graduate Affairs Department of the CPC Committee and the Development &
Liaison Office, ZJU.
HK Seagull Scholarship Limited, a non-government charity organization initiated in 1999 by Paul Lo, former Standing Deputy Director and current Standing Advisor to the Chamber of Commerce of Hong Kong Toy Limited, was headed by Mr. Li Zhiyuan, former Deputy Secretary-General of the Guangzhou Municipal People’s Government and sponsored by Hong Kong entrepreneurs and people from all walks of life. It aims at motivating students in poor areas to learn how to be brave and courageous like seagulls and to study hard to be useful members of the nation and the society.?