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Raymond Li, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader at the Division of Building Science and Technology in the College of Higher Vocational Studies, has been re-elected Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Building, Hong Kong (CIOBHK) for 2001-02.
CityU's Faculty of Business and City University Business School in London have signed a five-year student exchange agreement that will see three undergraduates from each school spend a full academic study year at the other's university.
In a display of the sort of technological wizardry that has shrunk our world over the past 10 years and injected new meaning into the words "global economics", CityU President Professor H K Chang and University of Washington President Professor Richard McCormick linked up by videoconference to inaugurate the Research Centre for International Economics (RCIE), a joint venture aimed at furthering economic research activities between the two universities.
How many times have you said this to yourself: "I have such a lot of desk work to deal with--how can I spare time to read?" Indeed, we are all busy workers, but as President H K Chang has so often pointed out, we must also take time to develop our minds?ot only in our areas of expertise, but in other disciplines as well.
In a display of the sort of technological wizardry that has shrunk our world over the past 10 years and injected new meaning into the words "global economics", CityU President Professor H K Chang and University of Washington President Professor Richard McCormick linked up by videoconference to inaugurate the Research Centre for International Economics (RCIE), a joint venture aimed at furthering economic research activities between the two universities.
A documentary line produced by Ms Nancy Tong, Assistant Professor and Industry Liaison with the School of Creative Media (SCM), has won a Peabody Award, the most renowned prize in broadcast journalism. HBO's Cancer: Evolution to Revolution won the award for the informative and positive way the programme deals with cancer.
For years, the thin gauze of atmosphere surrounding the earth hampered astronomers from studying the most distant stars in our cosmos. But the Hubble Space Telescope, fixed in the clarity of space, has lifted that veil. It is our outpost to the universe.
Displaying its dedication to education at all levels, CityU continues to roll out the red carpet for local secondary school principals. The visits, organized in batches, are one of the many activities organized by the Offices for Institutional Advancement to foster a spirit of cooperation and create a dialogue between the University and Hong Kong's secondary schools.
With all its depth and variety, China is difficult to beat in the arts department. But when it comes to presenting events in Hong Kong featuring Chinese culture, CityU wins hands down every time.

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