UM VIP Day to be held this Saturday

The UM VIP Day will be held this Saturday

The UM VIP Day, the first major event to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the University of Macau (UM), will be held this Saturday (19 March). There will be an opening ceremony, a carnival-style Open Day, and the First UM Sports Day. Those who are interested are welcome to visit the UM campus with their families and friends this Saturday to participate in the various fun activities, including an international food festival, booth games, and performances. The opening ceremony to kick off celebrations of the university’s 35th anniversary will be held in the Lotus Square (in front of the Administration Building N6) at 11:00am, while the first-day events of the First UM Sports Day will be held in the afternoon. The various faculties, residential colleges, and laboratories, will be open to the public on the Open Day to give visitors an opportunity to learn more about the university. Academic lectures and fun workshops will also be held, covering a variety of interesting topics such as stem cell transplantation in treating diabetes; the theory, application and science of acupuncture; the basics of robot design; paper plane; and renewable energy. Other activities that are not to be missed include guided campus tours, English stand-up comedy show, and student performances. Those who are interested in visiting the UM campus this Saturday can take bus 71, 73 or 72 to the new campus. Those who drive to the campus can park their cars in Car Park P3 or P5 for free. Five restaurants on the campus serving Chinese and Western food will be open to the public on the VIP Day. For more details, please visit

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