Hang Seng Hall, situated on the north side of the College campus just below Residence Road, was built through a very generous donation from the Hang Seng Bank. Opened in 1986, Hang Seng Hall provides double rooms with a total of 286 hostel places in which 142 places for male students and 144 places for female students.
Greetings everyone. I am the Warden of Hang Seng Hall. It’s such a honour to welcome you joining our great community today. Organizing different activities for our students, our hall values the whole person development of our students, aiming at developing student’s potential, inner unity and their sense of belonging to our hall with passion and care.
In this long journey to come, difficulties and confusions are unavoidable. However, I assure you that you can always rely on the Hang Seng community and the spirit of unity it represents. Our members are always willing to help each other no matter when and where, and this mutual assistance is exactly why you will shine as bright stars in the years you spend in CUHK and in the many years afterwards.
It is also my pleasure to remind you that all our tutors live at room no.15 of each floor. And you are welcome to seek help from us whatever difficulties you face, no matter it is academic related or hall related. At last, I wish that you can all actively participate in the events of our hall, reap a fruitful hall life and experience the most from your university education.
Mr. Wong On Tung
Warden of Hang Seng Hall
Hostel has its own meeting room, activity room, reading room, TV room, music room, laundry room, mailbox for residents and tuck shop run by Resident Association etc. There is a pantry equipped with refrigerator, drinking dispenser (cold/hot water), induction cooker on each floor for use.
The 2023 Residents’ Association of Hang Sang Hall, Aquahang, has been working hard to provide an exciting and supportive hostel life for the residents. The Association has organized various events and opened a tuck shop that sells snacks and drinks at night to serve the residents.
After a three-year pandemic, hostel life has finally returned to normal, allowing the Association to organize events such as inauguration ceremonies, high table dinners and photo day, providing opportunities for residents to learn, experience, and grow. The residents can enjoy various recreational facilities in Hang Sang Hall, such as basketball machines, tables tennis, snooker and air hockey tables, which can help our residents relieve academic pressure. The Association would like to express gratitude to the Warden for gradually reopening various hostel facilities and for his continuous support.
Looking ahead, the Association is well-prepared for the hostel’s orientation month and we hope that residents can get to know each other through participating in the activities. We also plan to organize various events in the new academic year to provide an enjoyable and supportive hostel life for all residents.