Vice President (Academic) Professor Tang Chiu-kay hosts the lensing ceremony. Registrar Dr Helen Wong is also present and encourages JCC students to express their creativity and pursuit of their goals. ‘The Way Of The Bow’ starts shooting right after the ceremony.
The microfilm，a JCC‘s yearly benchmark project，funded by the College with assistances from alumni and teaching staff, is scripted, filmed and produced solely by the JCC students.
It is a story of initiation about a young girl who overcomes fear, anger and inner uncertainty to attain composure and enlightenment.
The Way of the Bow, also known as Kyudo, inherits Japanese traditional archery skills with modern sports elements, aims to pursuing the ultimate goal of Shin, Zen,, Bi (Truth, Goodness, Beauty).
Vice President (Academic) Professor Tang Chiu-kay (Front, Right 3) and Registrar Dr. Helen Wong (Front，Right 2) encourages JCC students to express creativity and pursuit their goals.
‘The Way Of The Bow’ is a story of initiation about a perplexed young girl who doubts life can make a difference.
Mindfulness is the way to inner peace.
The Heroine attains enlightenment through archery practice.
Kyudo aims to pursuing the ultimate goal of Shin, Zen, Bi (Truth, Goodness, Beauty).
DSE students can apply Year 1 admission through JUPAS (JUPAS Code: JSSC04), while Associate Degree and Higher diploma graduates can gain direct admission to Year 3 entry of our Communication and Crossmedia Programme (JCC, Course Code: 501403).
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