LIBRARY Readers ALERT: A Semi-monthly Service for Students
1. Mary Halton. “When you eat can be just as important as what you eat,”
By doing something as small as adjusting your mealtimes, you can re-set your body clock and improve your health. This article advocates “time-restricted eating” to sync with our circadian rhythm.
2. Kylie Knott. “Chinese ink painting robot that can create works from scratch created by university student with flair for art and mathematics,”
Zhang, a mechanical engineering student, has combined his passion for art and robotics to create a program that produces traditional Chinese ink paintings. It’s an exciting initial example of the marriage of two opposing disciplines: engineering and fine arts.
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Food : what the heck should I eat? / Mark Hyman
Dr. Hyman uncovers the truth of the food we are eating, debunks misconceptions and breaks down the science from grains to legumes, meat to dairy, fats to artificial sweeteners. Also presented is the environmental, economic and social impact of the food we eat.
EXHIBITION IN THE CITY
Cityscape in Sight and Sound (光影．歷史．築蹟)
Catch the latest exhibition of the Hong Kong Film Archive. It showcases Hong Kong’s moving images from the late 19th century to the 1960’s. Although most of Hong Kong’s early feature films were made in studios, occasional scenes shot on location recorded landscape, architecture and human interactions that allow us to peek into our forgotten past. Consider joining the seminar Cityscape: Stories of Built Heritage on 17 March.
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