REFLECTIONS


Character Building and Campus Caring

August 12, 2022

About the Author: Rev. Hung Tse currently serves as Chaplain of Hong Kong Baptist University. Rev. Tse is an alum of HKBU, then he received his Master Degree in Public Administration at Ohio University, and his Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, New York. In response to his calling to full-time ministry, Rev. Tse moved to the US and served in a Christian organization headquartered in New York City for many years. Rev. Tse returned to Hong Kong in 2018 and joined HKBU to serve as Chaplain of the University in 2019.


Collaboration Among Institutions in the Endemic Era

June 29, 2022

About the Author: Dr. Dhaniswara K. Harjono earned his doctoral degree in Law from Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Law from Universitas Kristen Indonesia. He has served as the Rector of Universitas Kristen Indonesia from 2018-2022. He is also selected to be the Rector in his second period leading Universitas Kristen Indonesia from 2022-2026.


Seeds of Hope

April 9, 2022

About the Author: Dr. Mark Williams took his BA in Japanese Studies at the University of Oxford and his Ph.D. in Japanese Literature from the University of California, Berkeley in 1991. He served as the President of the British Association for Japanese Studies between 2008-11. Dr. Williams currently serves ICU as its Vice President for International Academic Exchange.


Keeping the Faith

March 24, 2022

About the Author: Dr. Kwang-Sup Lee currently serves as the President of the Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA). He obtained his doctoral degree in Polymer Chemistry from Freiburg University, Germany. Dr. Lee served as senior research scientist at Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology from 1987 to 1992 and as director of Brain Korea 21 Center for BT-IT Hybrid Nanomaterials from 2006 to 2014. Dr. Lee is currently the President of Hannam University in Daejeon, South Korea.


Prepared in Season and Out of Season

August 28, 2020

About the Author: Dr. Christianna Singh, the Principal of Lady Doak College is also a former United Board Scholar & Fellow and an economist par excellence with her area of specialization on Gender Economics. Beyond her scholarly purviews, she extends her talents and expertise in areas like music and technology. She contributes both as a vocal-trainer and as a violinist. Dr. Singh has been a visionary in having the foresight on the need to stress on the importance of technological enhancements in teaching which has proved invaluable during these times. Ever ready to lend a helping hand, her main focus has been on the upliftment of the underprivileged learners who continually seek and receive guidance and support from the Lady Doak College.


Post-COVID19 Christian Education: The Whole Person Formation

July 20, 2020

About the Author: Rev. Bro. Dr. Bancha Saenghiran serves as the President of Assumption University (AU) of Thailand since 2002. He is a member of the religious congregation of the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel in Thailand and was assigned in the past to be administrator of the St. Gabriel affiliated schools for many years.


Wash-Hand Theology

July 11, 2020

About the Author: Having earned Bachelor of Theology & Bachelor of Divinity from Myanmar Institute of Theology in Myanmar; Master of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary, USA; Master of Arts from University of Dubuque, Iowa, USA, and Ph.D. from International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan, Dr. Rev. Samuel Ngun Ling joined the Faculty of Myanmar Institute of Theology since 1998 as Professor of Systematic Theology until he became the President of the Institute (2010-2022).


Staying on Course Together

June 22, 2020

About the Author: Dr. Betty McCann currently serves as the President of the Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA). She served as the Vice President for Programs of the United Board for Christian Higher Education (UBCHEA) from 2007 until her optional retirement in 2013 where she had general oversight of grant programs and special projects to over 100 universities and colleges in Asia.