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Hong Kong Baptist University  
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Characteristics:
There are 3 campuses: the Ho Sin Hang Campus on Waterloo Road, the Shaw Campus adjacent to Renfrew Road and the Baptist University Road Campus.

The oldest one is the Ho Sin Hang Campus on Waterloo Road. It occupies a site area of 20,200 sq m and accommodates 10 buildings, providing 48,000 sq m of usable area. There are a few courtyards or open spaces amid these buildings, also providing a thoroughfare for students.

There are also open spaces and plazas on the Shaw Campus. A promenade runs along the campus. There is a small bonsai garden called Man Lung Garden. Joint Sports Centre is adjacent to the campus. This campus has a total area of almost 9,000 sq m and houses 4 buildings.

For the Baptist University Road Campus, located immediately south of the Shaw Campus, there are 7 low-rise buildings for departmental staff and other recently built buildings, each of which serves a specific purpose. The 12-storey Dr Ng Tor Tai International House accommodates visiting scholars and postgraduate students and the 9-storey Jockey Club School of Chinese Medicine Building is for teaching and research facilities for the study of Chinese medicine. There are also 4 blocks of student residence halls.

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