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About 100 students were present at the 21 April symposium on China's impact on Hong Kong's economy and job market. The event was organized by the Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES) as a way to help students understand and prepare for their future careers.
CityU stands with universities such as Cornell, St Mary’s University of Minnesota, the University of Southern Queensland, (Australia), Mount Allison University (Canada) and the University of Surrey (UK) that value “whole person development" (WPD), and is proud to be one of the very first in Hong Kong to do so. In an interview by Shiona Mackenzie, Mr Joseph K N Chan, Acting Director of Student Development Services (SDS), discusses CityU's philosophy.
“The rapid development of technology induces significant changes in the design, construction and facilities of modern buildings and our living environment,” said Mrs Julie Mo, Head of the Division of Building Science and Technology (BST), who opened the Built Expo, 2-3 April 2004.