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The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts has conferred Honorary Doctorates and Honorary Fellowships

16 April 2021 Category : General

The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (the Academy) has conferred Honorary Awards on ten outstanding individuals for their remarkable achievements and contributions to the performing arts and cultural industry and also the development of the Academy, on 16 April 2021 at the Academy Lyric Theatre. The ceremony was officiated by the Academy Council Chairman Professor Stephen Chow Chun-kay, GBS SBS BBS JP. Academy Director Professor Gillian Choa expressed her sincere gratitude for the Honorary Awardees’ exemplary and valuable support to the Academy.  

 

Recipients of Doctorate of the Academy honoris causa:
Mr Cheung Hok-yau 
Ms Elina Leung

 

Recipients of Honorary Fellowship:
Prof Pamela Howard OBE
Mr Jiang Huaxuan 
Mr Koo Tin Lok 
Mr Lau Shun
Ms Leung So-kam 
Mr Sin Wai-sang 
Prof David Strange MBE FRAM
Mr Wong Cho-lam 

 

Click here for the Citations of the recipients of Doctorate of the Academy honoris causa & the recipients of Honorary Fellowships

 

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About The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (www.hkapa.edu)
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), established by The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Ordinance in 1984, is a leading tertiary institution in the performing arts in Asia. It provides professional undergraduate education and practice-based postgraduate studies. The study encompasses Chinese Opera, Dance, Drama, Film and Television, Music, and Theatre and Entertainment Arts. Its educational philosophy reflects the cultural diversity of Hong Kong with emphasis on Chinese and Western traditions, and interdisciplinary learning. Since 2008, the Academy has attained the Programme Area Accreditation (PAA) status awarded by the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ) to self-monitor and accredit its own Undergraduate and Post-secondary programmes in the five programme areas of Dance, Drama, Film and Television, Music, and Theatre and Entertainment Arts. Since 2016, the PAA status has been extended to cover Master’s Degree programmes and below. The programmes operated by the School of Chinese Opera are accredited by HKCAAVQ for recognition under the Hong Kong Qualifications Framework. Besides the main campus in Wanchai, Béthanie, the site of the Academy’s Landmark Heritage Campus in Pokfulam, has housed training facilities for the School of Film and Television since 2006. In the QS World University Rankings announced in 2021, the Academy is ranked 1st in Asia and 10th in the world in the Performing Arts category.