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HKBU High Table Dinner

3rd HTD


With the kind donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation, Hong Kong Baptist University is pleased to launch a series of High Table Dinners in the coming academic year aiming to engraft and inspire students with multi-dimensional experience in developing perspectives. Prestigious speaker will share valuable experiences regarding societal and career experiences, life insights, and ambitions.  With the precious opportunity to communicate with alumni and experience in solemn events, students may broaden their insight and develop their perspectives contribute to their growth and life planning.


Event Details


25 May 2023 (Thursday)


18:00 - 21:30

(Students are required to register at the reception no later than 18:00)

Venue: 2/F Crystall Ballroom, The Cityview, 23 Waterloo Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong  
Language: English

Early bird promotion - $180/head (with Black Gown provided as Giveaway)

Original price will be $210/head (with Black Gown provided as Giveaway)

*You will be entitled for HK$60 discount (from original price) if you bring your own black gown for enrolling and attending High Table Dinner again in the future*

Application Deadline: We no longer accommodate new application due to overwhelming response 
Dress Code:

Lounge Suit with Black Gown

(Black Gown will be provided at Leadership Qualities Centre counter upon submission of payment)

Application:  We no longer accommodate new application due to overwhelming response


  • Enrolment in HKBU High Table Dinner could be confirmed only when fee payment is settled by the stipulated deadline.
  • You must follow the dress code strictly, i.e. formal dress with a gown. LQC reserves the right to refuse students with improper attire to attend High Table Dinner, and the attendance shall be recorded as “Absence”.
  • You should register and take attendance at the reception located on 2/F no later than 18:00. CCL attendance will NOT be counted for late registration.
  • Students should keep quiet as a respect to the guest speaker(s) and other attendees during the event. Students should refrain from talking, playing, and other improper behavior such as the use of cell phones and electronic products when the guest speaker is delivering speech. LQC has the right to request misbehaved students to leave during the programme, and CCL attendance will NOT be counted.


All HKBU students (First come first served)


For any enquiries, please feel free to contact Mr. Jeff Cheung at 3411-2333 or email



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Dining Etiquette

Please watch the video below to review the dining etiquette reminders



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Session 1                                                                           

Date: 12 January 2023 (Thursday)

Keynote Speaker: Mr. Hay Lap TAI, BBS., JP

                                Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors,

                                Tin Ka Ping Foundation

Keynote: 打破框架 - 探索和實踐畢業後不同的可能性

The keynote introduced the relationship of the seven global trends and the core values of Hong Kong which inspired student to ponder the different possibilities for their life planning and career path.


Click HERE for highlights of the event 

Session 2

Date: 9 February 2023 (Thursday)

Keynote Speaker:  Mr. Yu Kwok Lit, Louis, MH

                                 Director of Hong Kong Art School


Keynote: What makes a City Cultural?

What is culture? When we describe a city’s culture, what are we exactly talking about?

Through looking at the Belief and Value, Everyday lifestyle, Arts and Creation and Memories and Tradition of the city, the keynote introduces a new way to understand how culture is created and passed on from generation to generation.

Click HERE for highlights of the event 



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Session 3                                                                           

Date: 25 May 2023 (Thursday)

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Hon. Simon Hoey Lee MH JP

                                Member of the 7th Legislative Council of the HKSAR

Keynote: Opportunities of The Greater Bay Area  

The Keynote introduces the opportunities of GBA and how our students could equip themselves with compelling capabilities to tap into the emerging opportunities in the GBA.
































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