Radio & Electronics Museum of the

South China Polytechnic University


 



The inauguration of the Radio & Electronics Museum of the South China Polytechnic University, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China took place on November 17, 2006 at 3 p.m.




Liwu Building of Science & Technology of the South China Polytechnic University




The Radio & Electronics Museum is located on the first floor of the Liwu Building of Science & Technology inside the South China Polytechnic University





The campus is abundant of fresh air, beautiful views and cultural atmosphere.






HongKongRadioer (left) with Mr. Liangwei, Tecsun radio boss and graduate of the South China Polytechnic University.













The Secretary-General of the South China Polytechnic University (left), and graduate Mr. Liangwei hosted the inauguration ceremony.




Group photograph after the inauguration ceremony, in front of the main entrance of the Radio & Electronics Museum.







































A visitor was very interested in this Sony ICF-7600GR












































Veteren engineer Mr. Yong (left) was encouraging university undergraduates to take up the radio and wireless hobby.
























Two weeks before the inauguration of the museum, Mr. Liangwei inspected the museum site when it was still under renovation on November 4, 2006.









HongKongRadioer (left) and Mr. Liangwei inside the Liwu Building of Science & Technology of the South China Polytechnic University.







It was good news that a Radio & Electronics Museum was established in the South China Polytechnic University (SCPU). It was also very good for SCPU undergraduates to form a student organization: the Association for wireless hobbyists. The student association will be assigned the duty of running, managing the museum and rotation of items on display. The Association will also organize various competitions to promote DIY activities, so that the younger generation will also be interested in this wireless and radio hobby.

It was known that the SCPU has around 40,000 students. The museum hoped that each student would visit the Radio & Electronics Museum at least once in a year. In addition, there are more than 20,000 visitors to the SCPU each year from other colleges, secondary schools and the society. The total visitors annually would therefore be around 50,000 to 60,000. Although this Radio & Electronics Museum was small in scale, it would have a very great impact in the promotion of the wireless and radio hobby!