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A three-day seminar organized by the Chinese Civilisation Centre and the Cultural and Sports Committee is placing a new spin on the globalization debate: the place of culture in an interconnected world.
CityU's annual cultural festival kicked off this year with an exhibition of ethnic costumes and silverware from nine Chinese minority groups.
An audience of more than 300 danced to the rhythm of a Latin beat at University Circle as the World City Cultural Night extravaganza drew to a close. The 9 March event, which marked the opening of CityU's 2002 cultural festival, embraced an array of multi-cultural performances, such as Scottish bagpipes, Australian songs, Indian dance, American jazz, Chinese music, English folkdance, Latin salsa and African drums, all under the "Love and Harmony" theme.
A CityU book, Chinese Civilisation: A Source Book (second edition), has been selected as one of the Ten Recommended Books for this year. The annual event, co-organized by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, picks 10 quality books recommended by distinguished residents and celebrities. The CityU publication was chosen by Mr Vincent Cheng, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Hang Seng Bank.

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