CW Chu College is one of the colleges established by The Chinese University of Hong Kong to support the University’s expansion upon the reversion to a four-year undergraduate curriculum in 2012. The College is named after Dr Chu Ching-wen (1906–1996), a prominent industrialist and a remarkable philanthropist who spent the larger part of his career in Hong Kong. The University decided to perpetuate the memory of Dr Chu by naming one of the new colleges after him.
G/F, CW Chu College
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR