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31 Dec 2015

School of Science and Technology

The Open University of Hong Kong

Ho Man Tin, Kowloon.

Dear Dr. LEUNG Ho Man, Homan

Thank You Letter of Appreciation to Dr. LEUNG Ho-man, Homan

We are a group of the students of ENVR S880F Environmental Leadership and Decision-making and writing to express our thanks and appreciation to your teaching and works for the environment.

We are really thankful for your professional guidance during the discussion we had in the lecture and many site visits. We are really impressed by the kind of contribution you have made on the field of Environmental Science.

You has shown your professionalism and competence in environmental science and management as well as teaching. We have learnt a lot from the discussion, it has changed the way we look at the perspective of environmental studies. The lecture notes, assignments and projects are very enlightening. You actively arranged a series of site visits such as Daya Bay, Local Organic Farm and HK Airport Authority, the real practices of the knowledges learnt in the lecture could be seen. Moreover, you always acted on his own initiatives to approach students for dealing with our learning difficulties and never hesitate to stay behind after lecture for further discussion with students. Your advice was firm and direct to the core problem and the difficulties could be properly settled.

During this course, you showed a real sense of commitment and devotion in teaching and research works. You were able to create a warn and close teaching environment for effective learning. You definitely made the course successful. We hope that the coming students in the next year and so on could be enlightened through your teaching in this course. Wish you all the best for your career development in Environmental works.


ENVRS880F Students

cc Prof. HO Kin Chung, Dean

Ir Dr. YAU Yiu Hung, Associate Dean

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