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CityU's endeavours to tap into the scientific and technological potential of the Pearl River Delta are based on a two-pronged approach. In May this year, the University opened its Zhuhai Applied Research Centres, making it the first local tertiary institution to set up a research base in Guangdong's Southern Software Park, on the western side of the river estuary.
President H K Chang led more than 300 staff in an exchange of ideas on the future of CityU at the 10th University Development Forum on 23 October, saying it was time to embrace the University's new strategic five-year plan, "Meeting the Challenge of Change".
In recognition of his generous contributions to the University, the Sports Complex Multi-purpose Hall was named after distinguished industrialist and philanthropist Mr Chan Tai Ho on 22 October.
Three climbing robots designed by CityU's Centre for Intelligent Design, Automation and Manufacturing (CIDAM) have scaled new heights at the 2002 Hong Kong Awards for Industry, where they won the Chinese Manufacturing Association Machinery and Equipment Design Award.
Among its many suggestions, the recent Sutherland Report on Higher Education in Hong Kong recommends that each university's governing body carry out a review of the "fitness" of its governance and management structure.
Among its many suggestions, the recent Sutherland Report on Higher Education in Hong Kong recommends that each university's governing body carry out a review of the "fitness" of its governance and management structure.
Professor H K Chang, City University of Hong Kong's President and University Professor, was awarded a Gold Bauhinia Star by the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) at the 2002 Honours and Awards Presentation Ceremony held at Government House on 12 October.
As part of its community service initiatives, the Public Affairs Office (PAO) has published a handy 32-page reference booklet for media and other members of the community who want to contact CityU's faculty members.
CityU's Professor Yeshayahu Lifshitz and a group of scientists from the University's Center of Super-Diamond and Advanced Films have removed a difficult hurdle that has long plagued the progress of diamond science and technology.

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