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Award-winning safety performance at CityU
CityU won the “Safety Performance Award – Outstanding” in the 19th Hong Kong Occupational Safety and Health Award.
Neutron scattering expert at CityU awarded Croucher Senior Research Fellowship Add to Default shortcuts
Professor Wang Xunli, Chair Professor of Physics and Head of the Department of Physics, has been presented with the Croucher Senior Research Fellowship 2021 for advancing neutron scattering studies.
Journey through time with unique AR app
CityU has developed an exciting new app “CITY IN TIME” in collaboration with young local artists and historians, and the Tourism Commission that brings Hong Kong’s extraordinary history back to life.
CityU launches HK Tech 300 to establish 300 start-ups with HK$500m
CityU launched HK Tech 300 on 23 March that aims to establish 300 start-ups championed by CityU students in three years with an investment of HK$500 million.
Privacy-Friendly Awards 2021
CityU has been awarded the Privacy-Friendly Gold Certificate in the inaugural Privacy-Friendly Awards 2021 organised by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data in recognition of its exceptional efforts in protecting privacy relating to personal data at CityU.
New Year celebrations with non-local students
Non-local students celebrated the Lunar New Year with President Way Kuo of City University of Hong Kong (CityU) via a virtual get-together on 19 February.
CityU Foundation Spring Gathering celebrates Year of the Ox
A New Year gathering for supporters and friends was hosted by the CityU Foundation on 3 March to update guests on the latest developments at CityU.
Commencement of superstructure work marks a new milestone for the Jockey Club One Health Tower
A ceremony held on 2 March at CityU marked the commencement of the superstructure work for the Jockey Club One Health Tower.
More than just an opportunity to bolster CityU's image among mainland and international universities, China Education Expo 2001 is giving CityU the opportunity to recruit the mainland's best and brightest students.
In an effort to better understand the needs of today's students and to foster a deeper co-operative spirit with local secondary schools, CityU today welcomed five Hong Kong secondary school principals to the campus. Three of the visiting schools were also represented by three career masters.

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