Miss Joycelyn Wai Hang TAM
• 2018 BSc graduate (major in Geology, minor in Geotechnical Engineering)
• Participant of regional field study entitled “Deconstructing the anatomy of the arc-continent collision system in Taiwan”
"Joining the field trip to Taiwan was like unveiling the incredibly mesmerising face of our neighbouring island."
"“Despite having frequently heard about hot springs and earthquakes in Taiwan from the media, the field trip was my first time being able to closely investigate the story behind. As Taiwan lies in a special location — along the boundaries of two active plates, many unique rock features which are absent in Hong Kong can be found there. This experience was exciting, especially when we had the chance to look closely at a representing rock feature that I had only read about it in books yet had never seen before. This field trip has undeniably given me a valuable opportunity to integrate what I have learnt in lectures, enhancing my understanding of different geological processes. It also allowed me to learn through interactions with nature, to feel the genuine power and the beauty of our dynamic planet Earth, and provided me with knowledge beyond books.”