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31 October 2010

Vote to Love HK Your Way

  (Hong Kong, 31 October 2010) “Love Ideas, Love HK”, the public philanthropic programme launched by Li Ka Shing Foundation (LKSF) received overwhelming response – more than a thousand proposals were submitted amongst which approximately 700 projects will be listed for public voting on the... Read More

15 September 2010

HK$300M From LKSF To “Love HK Your Way!” Innovative online philanthropic programme welcomes all Hong Kong residents to get involved and make a difference

  (Hong Kong, 15 September 2010) The Li Ka Shing Foundation (LKSF) today announced a HK$300 million campaign “Love HK Your Way!” to call for everyone in Hong Kong to come together and make a difference. “Love HK Your Way!” is a campaign of a series of programmes, and is kicked started with “Love... Read More

14 June 2010

CUHK & Shantou University Jointly Prove Acupuncture Improves Visual Outcomes in Treating Children’s Lazy Eye

  14 June 2010 Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine appear not to be compatible at first glance because of differences in basics and theories. However, the continued effort on integrating the two to treat selected diseases has yielded encouraging results in recent years. Lazy eye (or... Read More

13 December 2007

HKU Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine and HA launch Pilot Study on Pneumococcal Vaccination

  (December 13, 2007) The Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong, in collaboration with the Hospital Authority and Department of Health, has launched a Prospective Study on the Effectiveness of Pneumococcal Vaccination in Elderly Patients in preventing pneumococcal pneumonia.... Read More

07 September 2007

Opening Ceremony of the Li Ka Shing Institute of Health Sciences and the Li Ka Shing Medical Sciences Building at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Saving a life requires knowledge and an empathy for those who are ill. There is an understanding that being ill is a lonely journey. Even when a friend or relative says to the patient, “I know how you feel,” we know that in reality no one truly understands the isolation and uncertainty of illness.... Read More