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Dr. Jason Yeung Installed as Principal of Chinese Studies at Ambrose University College

Apr 18, 2012 02:16 PM EDT
Dr. Jason Hing-kau Yeung was installed as the first Principal of the Canadian Chinese School of Theology at Ambrose Seminary on Sunday, March 25. Prayers of installation were offered by Rev. Dr. Francis Tam, Executive Secretary of the Canadian Chinese Alliance Churches Association; Rev. Dr. Riley Coulter, Chancellor and Acting President of Ambrose University College • Seminary; and Rev. Dr. Hay Chun Maak, Honorary Chairman of the Association of Canadian Chinese Theological Association, who also brought the message.
Dr. Rev. Jason Hin-kau Yeung (r-3) receives the blessings the laying of hands from various special guests. CCSTAS

Dr. Jason Hing-kau Yeung was installed as the first Principal of the Canadian Chinese School of Theology at Ambrose Seminary on Sunday, March 25. Prayers of installation were offered by Rev. Dr. Francis Tam, Executive Secretary of the Canadian Chinese Alliance Churches Association; Rev. Dr. Riley Coulter, Chancellor and Acting President of Ambrose University College • Seminary; and Rev. Dr. Hay Chun Maak, Honorary Chairman of the Association of Canadian Chinese Theological Association, who also brought the message.

From 1999-2011 Dr. Yeung served as Professor of Theology and Director of the Chinese Culture Research Centre at the China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong, prior to joining Ambrose. He earned a PhD in Theology from the University of London, England [1994]; a MPhil from King’s College, University of London [1989]; a MTh from the Southeast Asia Graduate School of Theology [1985]; a MDiv from the Lutheran Concordia Seminary in Hong Kong [1981]; and a BA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Twenty-five students are presently enroled in the Master of Divinity or the Master of Arts in Leadership & Ministry programs in the Chinese School of Theology at Ambrose Seminary, which began offering classes in the fall of 2011.