The Oxford University Polo Club returns to Tianjin for the second Metropolitan Intervarsity Polo spectacular. MORE
Alumni fundraising trek in support of the Oxford China Centre in Yunnan Province along the magnificent Yading ‘Kora’ trek. MORE
Tianjin Goldin Metopolitan Polo Club
Shangri-La - Yanding, Yunnan Province
the many faces of OXFORD in asia
A Ming-dynasty map, mindful eating, riotous academic sessions, a dim sum lunch ending in song…. All these plus 500 Oxford alumni and friends from across Asia made the first Meeting Minds: Alumni Weekend in Asia a roller coaster of intellectual stimulation and fun. MORE
path to shangri-la
A lawyer, a leader of many charitable organisations in Hong Kong and an ardent supporter of Oxford University's increasing engagement with Asia, Chris last year led an expedition to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in support of Exeter College's 700th anniversary. This September he will embark on the Big Kora trek in Yunnan Province to fundraise for the Oxford China Centre. Chris was named a Distinguished Friend of Oxford in 2011. MORE
Hong Kong businessman Dickson Poon was awarded an honorary fellowship by St Hugh’s College Oxford for his generosity, having donated £10 million towards the creation of The Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre Building. MORE
Hosted by Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial and LSE in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai from 29 August to 3 September, employers can now book for the chance to meet with over 300 top students seeking positions in global and Chinese companies. MORE
CANCER: GLOBAL EFFORTS FOR A GLOBAL DISEASE
Professor of Cancer Biology at Nuffield Department of Medicine and Director of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at Oxford University, Xin Lu's research is focused on identifying molecular mechanisms that suppress tumour growth and metastasis. MORE
OXFORD THINKING CAMPAIGN UPDATE
THE OXFORD china centre
The history of Oxford’s engagement with China is centuries old – and there is no more powerful statement of the University’s commitment to the study of China than the development of the University of Oxford China Centre. The campaign to build a dedicated facility for it has recently been boosted with a £3 million gift from Hong Kong businessman Mr. Henry Chan. In recognition of this gift, the library in the centre will be named the Bodleian KB Chen Library. MORE.
The University of Oxford China Office Limited is a branch office of the University of Oxford in Hong Kong, registered with limited liability and having charitable status under Section 88 of the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance.