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Thanks to the generous support of our alumni, a number of scholarships specifically for the students of MA Programme in Religious Studies (MARS) have been offered to recognize academic achievements and to promote the study of religions.
Applications are open for MARS students only, details can be found by clicking the following button “List of Scholarships”.
A multi-faith event was held on 17 September 2014 and organised by our department. Representatives of the Buddhist, Christian, Taoist, Muslim, Baha’i and Hindu communities participated in order to promote the spirit of understanding and harmony between religions.
Dancing Show Part 2
Ghost Cultural Festival was co-organised by the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies (CRS), The Office of the Arts Administrator from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Centre for Humanities Research from Lingnan University.
The festival held on 9-11 November 2012. It focused on Ghost as a cultural and societal phenomenon. It aimed at providing knowledge about Ghost culture in different aspects. Activities included academic conference, demonstration of Taoist rituals and opera and singing performances.
Nanyi Performance Crying over Chau Hei
Cantonese Opera The Peony Pavilion
Taiwan (2018) - RELS5333 Field Studies in Religious Culture
Dunhuang (July 2017) - organized by Alumni Association of MA Programme in Religious Studies
Melaka (March 2014) - RELS5333 Field Studies in Religious Culture
Hong Kong Religious Tour 2021-22
Tin Hau Temple, Joss House Bay
Hung Shing Temple, Kau Sai Chau
St. Joseph's Chapel, Yim Tin Tsai
Tin Hau Temple, Leung Shuen Wan
Tour to Tsz Shan Monastery
Hong Kong Religious Tour 2017-18
Zoroastrian Prayer Hall (30 Nov 2014)
Hong Kong Religious Tour 2014-15 - Chi Lin Nunnery
St. John’s Cathedral
Hong Kong Religious Tour 2013-14 - Chi Lin Nunnery
Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple
St. John’s Cathedral
The St Michael’s Cemetery