Hong Kong Shue Yan University Research Complex 2017
Hong Kong Shue Yan University (HKSYU) is expanding its facilities in the vicinity for establishing a series of Research Institutes including research studies related to Enterprise and Social Development, Language Learning, Chinese Culture, Techno Science Culture, Social Services, Qualitative Social Research and other joint research activities with overseas and mainland universities. Shue Yan commits to ensure that such academic programmes would elevate the academic standing of the University and provide more opportunities of higher research education for the best interests of Hong Kong community at large.
The subject site is the most suitable and unique site for the development, due to its neighbouring to the main campus and HKSYU can thus pursue a higher quality education in line with international standards for tertiary education by enhancing the exiting educational facilities and providing a more efficient and comprehensive learning environmnet for students.
The proposed development forms a continuous campus with adjoining HKSYU buildings of different functions, including the Library and Computer Research Centre with conference facilities, Main Campus with education and administration core, Hostel and Amenities Complex with sports and recreational facilities, which, altogether can provide for various needs and integrated developments of students.
Filial Park Taoist Temple and Columbarium at Tuen Mun 2013
The Taoist Temple and Columbarium Development, named Filial Park, is located on Yeung Tsing Road in Tuen Mun. The main building adopted a traditional Chinese Taoist style design, punctuated by red columns, relief stones and pitched roofs. The building consists of four storeys with three-storeys of columbarium halls, a memorial hall and a temple.
Ample landscaped areas are provided to the frontage and sides of the building, designed in harmony with the traditional Taoist temple.
The main entrance of the complex is demarcated by a Chinese style ‘Pai Fong’ (monumental gateway) encrypted with Chinese calligraphy written by a renowned Taoist leader of China. The main temple is located on the 3/F approached from a grand staircase leading from the ‘Ming Tong’ (frontage open space) after entering through the ‘Pai Fong’ (monumental gateway). The temple is about 776 s.m. with triple headroom to house 3 ‘Taoist Gods’ for worshipping and conduction of ceremonies.
City Campus for Shue Yan University at Wan Chai Gap Road.
31 storeys Hostel and Amenities Building for Shue Yan College at North Point, Hong Kong. 2005
19 storeys Library and Computer Research Centre for Hong Kong Shue Yan College at North Point, Hong Kong.