Jasper meets the press at the Lui Che Woo Law Library at the University of Hong Kong in 2017, the year he became the institution’s therapy dog. Photo: Jonathan Wong Jasper meets the press at the Lui Che Woo Law Library at the University of Hong Kong in 2017, the year he became the institution’s therapy dog. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Jasper meets the press at the Lui Che Woo Law Library at the University of Hong Kong in 2017, the year he became the institution’s therapy dog. Photo: Jonathan Wong

University of Hong Kong mourns the death of Jasper, its in-house therapy dog

  • Jasper became HKU’s resident therapy dog in 2017 in a pilot programme aiming to reduce stress and anxiety among students during the exam period
  • Students and staff expressed sadness at the campus celebrity’s passing, with one alumna saying: ‘I hope he enjoyed his time at HKU as much as we enjoyed his companionship’

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
Jasper meets the press at the Lui Che Woo Law Library at the University of Hong Kong in 2017, the year he became the institution’s therapy dog. Photo: Jonathan Wong Jasper meets the press at the Lui Che Woo Law Library at the University of Hong Kong in 2017, the year he became the institution’s therapy dog. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Jasper meets the press at the Lui Che Woo Law Library at the University of Hong Kong in 2017, the year he became the institution’s therapy dog. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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