Hong Kong Engineer

Self Photos / Files - Journal (President's issue)

The Hong Kong Engineer is the official journal of the HKIE and is now being published by Printers' Circle Ltd on or before the 1st of each month. Hong Kong Engineer Online is a basic copy of the print journal but in a different form to fit the style on the web. The latest issue of the journal will only be posted on the online version from 15th of every month. The editorial contents consist of the following:

  • The Dragon and the Beaver - an editorial column prepared by the Secretary
  • Update - news of projects and engineering developments
  • Letters to the Editor - readers' feedback
  • Cover Story - in-depth feature of an engineering project or trend
  • Engineers and the Environment - addresses environmental issues, technologies and the role of engineers in environmental improvements
  • Law A-Z - definitions of legal terms relevant to engineers
  • Business Corner - covers business issues such as legal or insurance problems relevant to engineers
  • Research & Innovation - latest engineering research findings by university researchers
  • Technology Focus - technological developments of interest to engineers
  • Articles on engineering topic
  • Pink Page - announcements of forthcoming events
  • Institution & Division Activities - reports of activities organised by the Secretariat or divisions, such as the annual ball, workshops, seminars, technical visits, etc
  • Notice to Members - an occasional column for acknowledging the help of individuals in various activities
  • Acknowledgements - a contact list of the Council Members, Division Chairmen, Discipline Representatives, the Corresponding Member of the Canadian Chapter and the Local Representative Co-ordinator
  • LegCo News from the Engineering Constituency's representative's update on his work


Editorial contributions are mostly welcome.

Article for consideration for publications should be submitted to Printers' Circle Ltd. Advertising and subscription rates are available on request from the publisher. Please refer to the contents page of the Hong Kong Engineer for full details.

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