FHKI delegation visits CityU to strengthen ties and partnership
7 March 2018
A delegation of 26 members from Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI), led by its Chairman Mr Jimmy KWOK and Deputy Chairman Dr Sunny CHAI, visited the University on 7 March 2018. The delegation received warm welcome from Professor Way KUO, CityU President, Professor Matthew LEE, Vice President (Development and External Relations), Professor Robert LI, Associate Dean (Education) of College of Science and Engineering, and Ms Kathy CHAN, Associate Vice-President (Development and Alumni Relations). At the luncheon, Professor KUO indicated that he looked forward to continuous collaboration between CityU and FHKI.
During the visit, the delegation was briefed on the latest research work of the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering by its Head Prof Dong SUN, the first-class research project of glass antenna by Prof Ben LEUNG, Chair Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering, as well as the innovative work of the Centre for Smart Energy Conversion and Utilization Research by faculty member Dr Norman TSE, Senior Lecturer of Division of Building Science and Technology. [Photo Album]
CityU welcomes delegations from Kaiping Cuishanhu Chamber of Commerce and Kaiping Female Entrepreneur Association
22 September 2017
Dr Siu Kar-cheung, Chairman of Kaiping Cuishanhu Chamber of Commerce, and Ms Feng Xiao-yan, Chairlady of Kaiping Female Entrepreneur Association, led the delegations of 52 members to visit CityU on 22 September 2017. The delegation received an update on the university development and visited the Run Run Shaw Library, Gateway Education Laboratory, CLP Power Low Carbon Energy Education Centre and “Sincerely Yours: Personal Letters of Tsinghua Scholars” Exhibition. The exchange was brought about by Dr John Chan Chun-tung, Co-Convenor of Steering Committee of CityU Industrial and Business Leaders Circle, and Dr Wendy Cheng of Federation of Hong Kong Industries, to facilitate future collaborations between CityU and the two organizations. [Photo Album]
Strengthen collaborative relationship with LCI District 303 (Hong Kong & Macao, China)
19 August 2017
A delegation of 78 members from the Lions Clubs International District 303 Hong Kong & Macau, China (Lions Clubs), led by its District Governor Mr Douglas L.T. Chan, visited CityU on 19 August 2017. Professor Matthew Lee, Vice-President (Development and External Relations), extended his warm welcome to Lions delegates. The delegation was briefed on the University latest development and student programmes including City-Youth Empowerment Project and internship schemes. Professor Lee was delighted that CityU shares the same vision and enthusiasm with Lions Clubs in nurturing outstanding talents for the benefit of the community and looked forward to collaborating closely with Lions Clubs in the future. The delegation visited the "Pure Land – Inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang" exhibition, toured the Omnimedia Digital Newsroom and 3D-TV Virtual Studio in the Department of Media and Communications. [Photo Album]
HKRPF rendering support to CityU after visit
4 May 2016
A delegation of 25 members from The Hong Kong Real Property Federation (HKRPF) led by Mr Anthony Chan, President of HKRPF and Mr Chan Ka-kui, Honorary Advisor, visited CityU on 4 May 2016. The delegation received an update on the latest development of the University and visited the "Pure Land – Inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang" exhibition, toured the Omnimedia Digital Newsroom and 3D-TV Virtual Studio in the Department of Media and Communications, State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves, Wong Cheung Lo Hui Yuet Hall as well as the "Giuseppe Castiglione – Lang Shining New Media Art Exhibition". [Photo Album] Details...
Visit by HKOMA seeking collaboration opportunities
20 October 2015
A delegation of 18 members from Hong Kong Optical Manufacturers Association (HKOMA), led by Mr David Chow Tak-fung, Chairman of HKOMA and Member of the Board of Governors of City University of Hong Kong Foundation (CityU Foundation), visited CityU on 20 October. The delegation received an update on the development of the University and visited Plasma Laboratory, Centre for Smart Energy Conversion and Utilization Research, the “Pure Land—Inside the Mogao Grottoes at Dunhuang”exhibition, and learnt about the “bionic eyes” system developed by CityU faculty. [Photo Album] Details...
CMA delegation strengthen the close rapport between CMA and CityU
27 July 2015
A delegation of 22 members from The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong (CMA), led by its President Dr. Eddy LI, BBS, JP, paid a visit to the University on 27 July 2015. Professor Way KUO, CityU President, extended his gratitude to members of CMA for taking time out from their busy schedules to visit the University. Professor KUO presented the latest university development to the delegation and expressed his sincere appreciation to CMA for its support for the University over the years. Dr. Li looked forward to the collaboration between CMA and CityU in nurturing talent for the community.
The Ladies’ Committee of CGCC commend CityU for its excellence in innovative professional education
12 February 2015
A delegation of Twenty-five representatives from Ladies’ Committee of The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce (CGCC) led by Mr CHONG Hok-shan, Vice-chairman of CGCC, and Ms Lily CHOW, Chairlady of Ladies' Committee, visited City University of Hong Kong (CityU) on 12 Feb 2015. The delegation joined the luncheon and exchanged views on the University's development. Professor KUO welcomed the representatives and said he hoped that the delegation could gain a better understanding of the University. He looked forward to collaborating with CGCC in the future. A tour to the "Pure Land: Inside the Magao Grottoes at Dunhuang" exhibition was arranged and the group was deeply impressed.
Professor Way KUO, University President; Professor Jian LU, Vice-President (Research and Technology) and Dean of Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies; and Dr. HAO Gang , Associate Vice-President (Development), plus other management representatives accompanied the CGCC delegation.