Then we had dinner in “Red House” in Hong Kong Science and Technology Park. It serves mainly Beijing, Sichuan and Shanghai cuisines.
After dinner, I led them to visit our Wireless Communication Test Laboratory and Reliability Laboratory. We took a photo in front of our new equipment – 3D printer!
I took a photo with my junior sister apprentice Dr. Cathy Lee tonight (9 May 2014) and compared the photo we took in 1997. How time flies! Cathy does not change, even though she has a 3 years old daughter.
The last time I met Dr. Ronald Seqqueira is in 2010 and we had lunch in CityU. (http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2010/10/lunch-with-dr-ronald-sequeira.html)
One of Dr. Ronald Sequeira famous papers was “Monsoonal deposition of sea salt and air pollutants over Bombay“ in 1976.
Our papers with Dr. Ronald Sequeira:
- Lee, Y.L. and Sequeira, R. (2002). Water-soluble Aerosol and Visibility Degradation in Hong Kong during Autumn and Early Winter, 1998. Environ. Pollut. 116: 225–233. (http://www.deepdyve.com/lp/elsevier/water-soluble-aerosol-and-visibility-degradation-in-hong-kong-during-y4pQVqIO6m)
- Lee, Y.L., and Sequeira, R., (2001) Visibility degradation across Hong Kong: its components, and their relative contribution, Atmospheric Environmental 35, Atmospheric Environment, 35, 5861-5872. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1352231001003958)
- R. Sequeira and K.H. Lai (1998) “The effect of meteorological parameters and aerosol constituents on visibility in urban Hong Kong” Atmospheric Environment, 32, No.16, pp2865-2871. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1352231097004949)
- R. Sequeira, M.R. Peart and K.H. Lai (1996) “A Comparison between Filtered and Unfiltered Atmospheric Depositions from a rural area in Hong Kong” Atmospheric Environment, 30, pp3221-3224. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/1352231096000271)