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Around 350 music lovers -- including children and grownups -- packed the Wei Hing Theatre on 26 March for a piano concert in commemoration of composer Ludwig van Beethoven, who died that same day 175 years ago.
A delegation of consuls-general representing seven countries were greeted by President H K Chang and other senior staff members including Vice-President for Institutional Advancement, Professor Y S Wong, and Vice-President for Planning and Information Services, Mr John Dockerill at the Multimedia Conference Room on 22 March.
City University of Hong Kong announced the results of the appeals lodged by seven teaching staff in the School of Law. The Appeal Committee's conclusions are summarized as follows:
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.
When Phase One of the Student Hostels project is completed and students begin moving into the new residences on Cornwall Street this August, campus life at CityU will never be the same.
The University Publications Office has published CityU's annual report for 2000-2001. Titled Connecting the World Through Knowledge, the report outlines the University's accomplishments in the past year, including the fulfillment of its ambitious five-year AURORA strategy, itself a significant achievement.
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.
CityU's Students' Union must act as a bridge between students and University management while striving to create a united and democratic campus, said Council Chairman Mr Norman Leung at the 17th Students' Union Inauguration Ceremony on 5 March.
I wish all of our colleagues a very productive Year of the Horse, with prompt success in work, good health and fortune, like a horse galloping at strength." So began the President's festive wishes when Linkage caught up with him on the eve of the Lunar New Year. Professor H K Chang's remarks, which he described as freewheeling as a flying horse, dwell on a word play of equine-related Chinese proverbs and idioms.

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