Healthy Living Festival 2010-2011 (Spring Term)
 


Happy
Pronunciation:/ˈhapi/
adjective (happier, happiest)
...feeling or showing pleasure or contentment...
(excerpted from http://www.oxforddictionaries.com)

We all desire to be happy in some sense.

What makes you happy? Excellent academic results? Winning Mark Six? A desirable job offer? Harmonious interpersonal relationships? A life with minimal adversity? Is happiness a transient feeling or a psychological state? How can we make ourselves happier? In the series of Something About Happiness, let’s explore these issues together and develop perspectives and skills that promote happiness.

 

Date Speaker Event Name (Click on event name to view video)
13 May 2011

Ms. Mabel WAN (Clinical Psychologist,
HKUST Student Affairs Office)
溫美寶小姐 (香港科技大學學生事務處臨床心理學家)

Be friend with Exam Stress! (English)
11 May 2011

Ms. Mabel WAN (Clinical Psychologist,
HKUST Student Affairs Office)
溫美寶小姐 (香港科技大學學生事務處臨床心理學家)

快樂不完美 (廣東話)
6 May 2011

Ms. Sindy YIP (Clinical Psychologist,
HKUST Student Affairs Office)
葉盈芝小姐 (香港科技大學學生事務處臨床心理學家)

"跟考試做個 Friend!" (普通話)
6 May 2011

Ms. Vava KWOK
(Student Counselor, HKUST Student Affairs Office)
郭麗娟小姐 (香港科技大學學生事務處學生輔導員)

"跟考試做個 Friend!" (廣東話)
29 Apr 2011

Mr. Indie Chor-Pan CHUNG
鍾礎斌先生

Happy Life: Learning, Photography & Psychology (English)
21 Apr 2011

Ms. Priscillia CHIU from United Centre of
Emotional Health & Positive Living
趙皓頤小姐(註冊社工) 聯合情緒健康教育中心

尋找快樂正能量 - 正向心理學的啟示 (廣東話)
20 Apr 2011

Dr. Fan-Kwong TSANG
曾繁光醫生

廿一世紀年青人邁向幸福的十一小歩 (廣東話)