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Officials from one of Australia's top universities spent five days at CityU this month in an effort to explore collaboration opportunities in the areas of undergraduate education, curriculum development, research, and student exchange.
City Express, the University's popular canteen on the 5th Floor of the Amenities Building, is setting new standards among Hong Kong's educational institutions in food safety, health, and hygiene.
The Academic Exchange Office kicked off a new year for the Student Exchange Fund with a "sharing session" that showcased the experiences of students who have already completed exchange programmes.
Patsy Cheung completed both her bachelor's and master's degrees at CityU as a part-time student, representing over eight years of persistent effort. As the Sales and Marketing Manager of Morton's of Chicago, a worldwide restaurant group, Patsy found that CityU's MA in International Business Management suited her career needs.
Welcome to the First Anniversary Issue of CityU Today. We've covered many exciting University events and issues in the past 12 months, and we look forward to providing you with even more information about Hong Kong's most dynamic university.
If the winter blahs have gotten you down, you'll be happy to learn that a guaranteed cure is available this week in Multi Purpose Room C, on the ground floor of the Amenities Building.
Pure, Julian Lee's recently published photo album, portrays his creative life as a photographic artist through works from five of his exhibitions--"five sentimental journeys obsessively searching for the origin of truth."
Aseries of antique Chinese plaques that travelled through time and space are now on exhibition at CityU Gallery. "Imperial Dragon--Wood Carvings" features a collection of rare plaques, some nearly 1,000 years old, carved with dragon motifs.
These days, pessimism abounds about Hong Kong's future, particularly in the wake of its weakening economy. Yet, according to Professor H K Chang, such gloomy feelings overlook Hong Kong's real strengths and the unique contributions the higher education sector can make to revitalize its dynamic role.

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