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Dear Colleagues, The start of a new semester warrants some forward planning. Let me briefly lay out for you what I perceive to be the major issues facing the University in the next few months. All these issues require priority attention from my senior colleagues and me, with your understanding and support.
On the morning of 3 September, in the Multi-media Conference Room, CityU President, Professor H K Chang, Mr James Ng, Director of the Office of CityU Extension, and other staff members welcomed a team of special guests - Delegation from the People¡¦s Municipal Government of Harbin.
"Snack DIY" and "Hong Kong Grocery Store" unlikely titles of prize-winning websites? CityU participants in RTH's Third Multimedia and Creativity Gallery¡XAsian Inter-University Multimedia Design Competition impressed the judging panel with these themes. And the producers of the two websites walked away with the Championship and My Favourite Award, respectively, in August.
Over 1,000 alumni, their families, students and staff attended the Chan Tai Ho Multi-purpose Hall for Caring Night on 1 September. More than a homecoming gathering, the event marked the launch of two initiatives-the Alumni Ambassadors Scheme and Alumni Giving Club -- to realize the twin goals of "Caring by serving." and "Caring by Giving".
Officially opening this month, the Applied Research Gallery and the Patent Database offers the business community one-stop access to CityU's latest technologies and know-how. The Applied Research Gallery, initiated by the Technology Transfer Office (TTO), features an array of applied research work. This is another way TTO aims to promote technology transfer to industrial and business communities and seek collaboration opportunities.
CityU opened its classroom doors to kids this summer, from 11 to 22 August, offering a Mini-U summer certificate programme for Primary Three to Primary Six students. The programme, organized by CityU Professional Services Ltd (CPS) and WiseNet Co, a Hong Kong-based education services company, attracted more than 50 children, aged 8 to 12, who enjoyed their first taste of university life on the CityU campus.