Trinity Hall travels – Hong Kong
It has been another busy but enjoyable week for the Trinity Hall team in Hong Kong. Our admissions tutor, Andrew Murray, has spoken with over 1,000 school children across 14 different schools.
The Master and I have enjoyed having the opportunity to meet with many of our alumni and friends, culminating in the annual Trinity Hall Hong Kong dinner last night (congrats to those who made it through to the survivors photo after midnight!).
There have been many memorable moments as we are always made to feel so welcome when we visit; but a highlight for me was one of the Essay prize winners talking about her experience of going to Cambridge for a supervision on her essay. Anne spoke so enthusiastically about her visit to the UK and her memorable moment from her visit was the beautiful and peaceful surroundings of Cambridge which she felt must have contributed to the development of the world-changing ideas at the University. Read more about our trip and the essays written by the schoolchildren on our website: www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk
Thanks again to everyone who made us feel so welcome on the new Master’s first visit, and in particular to the WYNG and Philomathia Foundations for their support. We look forward to seeing you again next September!