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Sunday, November 18, 2007
Dr. Liza receives yet another honorary doctoral degree. This time from Armstrong University of the US

Translated by Jamie @

Source: various HK media & City University website

Ah Jie, Dr. Liza Wang, has been receiving numerous prestigious awards and good news lately, the latest, being her honorary doctoral award from the CityU of Hong Kong. After receiving her first doctoral degree earlier this month. Dr. Liza will be receiving her second from Armstrong University from the United States.
Dr. Elizabeth Wang Ming-chun, an acclaimed artist, Dr. Wang has contributed significantly to the community and in particular to the art and cultural development of Hong Kong. Dr. Wang has starred in many well-known TV drama series since 1967 and received many awards. Along with acting, she has developed a successful singing career, including winning the "Golden Needle Award" in 2005. Ms Wang’s support of Cantonese opera and the education of young Cantonese opera singers has won her applauses. She has played a pivotal role in saving the Sunbeam Theatre where Cantonese operas are performed. Her hard work, dedication and innovative ideas propelled her to become the first woman to chair the Chinese Artists Association from 1992 to 1997 (and again in 2007-2009). She has been a member of some government advisory bodies, a delegate to the National People’s Congress from 1988 to 1997 and currently a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Ms Wang has been active in community services. She was previously a director of Po Leung Kuk and Po Oi Hospital and currently is an Executive Committee member of the Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society. The Hong Kong Government awarded her in 2004 with a Silver Bauhinia Star. In 2007, she won a Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award. Also, she received the Honorary Doctoral of Letters from the City University of Hong Kong earlier this month.

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