Residential Halls

Jockey Club Humanity Hall (Hall 1)

Residence Master: Dr. Ben LI
Associate Professor
Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Special Features:
Jockey Club Humanity Hall: where we live for and serve humanity

Humanity refers to the qualities of being human: integrity, compassion, kindness, generosity, independence, discipline, perseverance, respectfulness, creativity and many more. In this living-learning community, we continue to inspire one another to be a better person and citizen.

“Mens sana in corpore sano (Latin)” means a healthy mind in a healthy body. We believe in the body-mind connection and encourage the dialogue and best practices of healthy lifestyles. Through the practicing of healthy lifestyles, we hope to foster a culture of resilience and responsibility.

Naming Ceremony of the Jockey Club Humanity Hall (Hall 1)
Date: 16-1-2003
Duration: 6'35"

Jockey Club Humanity Hall Alumni Association

Objectives:
-          To promote, foster and maintain a spirit of humanity and warm relationship among the graduates, former residents, and residents of the Jockey Club Humanity Hall;
-          To encourage members of the Association to take an active interest in the life of the Hall –at local, national and international levels;
-          To promote the interests of the Hall and to aid its development;
-          To facilitate and support meetings and associations between the Association’s members.