The Inspiring Seminar Series is a CKPC signature program that runs through the semesters.  Professors, scholars, and professionals from different background and professions share their perspectives on a wide range of contemporary topics, both serious and fun.  It promotes interdisciplinary exchanges and broadens students’ horizons, creating an environment of intellectual growth in both science and humanities.

上課期間的每個星期三中午,曹光彪書院從未間斷舉辦“啟發講座”。不同專業和背景的教授、學者、和從業人員,與院生分享各式各樣話題,或博大精深,或趣味橫生,目的是開闊同學的視野,啟發他們終身學習和持續成長。

Archive: Highlights, 2019, 2018, 2017

食的正道 The right way to consume your food

  • By Dr. Xiao Jianbo
  • Date: 2020.09.23 at 13:00
  • Venue: W21-G015
  • Description: Slides: click here
  • Key points:
    • 孔子: 食不厭精,膾不厭細
    • 冷凍肉後果 Frozen meat effects
    • 速長雞鴨 Fast growing duck and chicken
    • 醃臘食物 Pickled food
    • 速凍丸類 Frozen meat balls
    • 靚湯 Good soap
    • 外賣食物 Take out orders
    • 淡水魚—海水魚 Fresh water and sea fishes
    • 好的蛋白質 Good protein

兩性之間的財產關係

  • By Dr. Leong Cheng Hang
  • Date: 2020.10.07 at 13:00
  • Venue: W21-G015
  • Description: Inspiring Seminar Series

Face ID x Automated Driving 

  • By Prof. Ng Kar Wei
  • Date: 2020.10.21 at 13:00
  • Venue: W21-G015
  • Description: Inspiring Seminar Series

 New Discovery of Insects in Macau 澳門昆蟲新發現

  • By Danny Leong
  • Date: 2020.11.18 at 13:00
  • Venue: W21-G015
  • Description: 梁志文,澳門昆蟲學者,從事研究昆蟲的工作。2017年,梁志文於澳門青洲山發現了新種螞蟻,他將其名為「澳門細蟻」(Leptanilla macauensis)。2018年,「澳門細蟻」得到國際動物命名法規委員會的認可,梁志文成為首個命名當地物種的澳門人。

疫情下,反思人類與野生動物的關係 The relationship between humans and wild animals under the epidemic

  • By Dr. Che Hio Ieong
  • Date: 2020.11.25 at 13:00
  • Venue: W21-G015
  • Description:「野生動物」是怎麼來的?它是與生俱來的,還是後造之物。近年來,野生動物與人類世界的各種疫情密不可分。在新的世代,我們該如何面對以及調整與野生動物的關係。講者簡介: 謝曉陽博士,社會科學學院傳播系高級講師,長期關注動物倫理及動物文化議題,著作包括《馴化與慾望:人和動物關係的暗黑史》(2019)等。

Mechanics and Life: Wow & Why’

  • By Prof. Zhou Bingpu (IAPME)
  • Date: 2020.12.02 at 13:00
  • Venue: W21-G015
  • Description: Mechanics is an ancient topic. The talk will start with the game/magic, to introduce some familiar phenomenon to reveal the underlying connection between our daily life and mechanics around us.