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In an effort to boost its ties with North American institutions interested in cross-cultural studies, President H K Chang led a five-member delegation on a whirlwind tour of five universities in Canada and the US.
Concertgoers were treated to a fine evening of Mozart on 24 February as the City University Philharmonic Orchestra performed its annual concert at the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts.
CityU's annual cultural festival is kicking off this year with an exhibition of ethnic costumes and silverware from nine Chinese minority groups.
CityU is showcasing its strength in teaching and research at the Education and Careers Expo 2002, currently on display at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre until February 24.
One of the world's foremost Chinese cultural scholars, Professor Leo Lee, was an honoured guest last month of CityU, where he delivered three lectures on humanities and Chinese culture.
The Cultural and Sports Committee is once again kicking off CityU's annual cultural festival, the fifth this time. The two-month festival--this year called Hands Across the Water--will begin in February, and a "World City Cultural Night" extravaganza will mark the opening.
Officials from one of Australian's top universities spent five days at CityU in January to explore collaboration opportunities in the areas of undergraduate education, curriculum development, research, and student exchange.
A CityU publication, Chinese Civilisation: A Source Book, has been named one of the Ten Recommended Books for the year by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Dr Chan Chi-Hou, one of CityU's top scientists, has been elected a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for his contributions to computational electromagnetics.
As reflected in its theme, "Hands Across the Water" CityU Cultural Festival this year brings into limelight cultural performances of many different countries.

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