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Simon K.Y. Lee Hall

Simon K.Y. Lee Hall

Hall Name

Simon K.Y. Lee Hall (also known as SKY Lee, Lee Hall)


Simon K.Y. Lee Hall, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong

Founding Year


Number of Places

300 (The Hall has eight floors, and accommodates 300 residents (mainly for Undergraduates), 154 men and 146 women. )


Professor Kelvin Yeung
Chief of Research Division, and Departmental Research and Postgraduate Advisor
Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
School of Clinical Medicine, LKS Faculty of Medicine

Associate Dean of Student Affairs Centre of Development and Resources for Students The University of Hong Kong

Unique Characteristics

Active and sincere
- SKYERS are energetic, willing to help each other and become part of the big family

Care in the community
- In Lee Hall we learn to become a mature and responsible young adult.

Cultural diversity
- SKYERS respect people with different backgrounds, traditions, and perspective. We are global citizens. 



Simon K. Y. Lee Hall is dedicated to creating a diverse community within its premises, inspiring our "SKYers" to soar through numerous sports, cultural events, and community service projects. The hall not only offers accommodation and support to local and international students throughout their academic journey but also caters to their social, cultural, and educational needs by providing a comfortable living environment and fostering a sense of belonging.

Our hall encourages interactions among students from various backgrounds, nurturing a robust community and facilitating networking opportunities. The residents can engage in a wide range of activities, clubs, and societies, enabling them to hone their leadership skills and forge lasting friendships.

We place great emphasis on cultural exchange among our residents by organizing events and activities that inspire students to discover and appreciate diverse cultures. This approach helps to enrich the multicultural ambiance at HKU and contributes to the university's international standing.

Residing in our hall equips students with essential life skills, such as time management, conflict resolution, and problem-solving. Additionally, the hall offers opportunities for personal growth through various social, cultural, and sports events, enabling students to develop a well-rounded personality.

Our hall boasts its own distinct traditions, history, and identity, which add to the overall experience of its residents. The belief, "To build the hall with Wisdom, Virtue, and Friendship," reflects our unwavering commitment to fostering a supportive and inspiring environment for students.

Simon K.Y. Lee Hall