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Professor Leon Zhao Jianliang, Head of CityU’s Department of Information Systems, discussed the role of IT in the 2008 financial tsunami and ways to manage financial risks in the future in a lecture on 25 January.
A delegation led by Professor Way Kuo, University President, visited Lanzhou University from 20-22 January to explore collaboration opportunities between the two universities.
Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, was invited to deliver a speech at the annual dinner of the Hong Kong Primary School Leaders Association on 4 January.
Professor Way Kuo, University President, discussed the relationship between nuclear safety and operations management at the Fourth POMS-HK International Conference held on 3 January.
CityU President, Professor H K Chang, and Professor Zhu Qingshi, President of the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), signed a Memorandum of Understanding, 13 June, to jointly establish a high level, joint research centre in Suzhou. The Centre will advance CityU’s research base into the booming Yangtze River Delta environs.
Some 50 pieces of Chinese painting and calligraphy by Hong Kong artist Mr King Chia-lun are on display at the CityU Gallery 17 to 24 June.
CityU President Professor H K Chang and Deputy President Professor David Tong led a delegation of 13 staff members to Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, 7 June, to renew academic exchange agreement and to explore opportunities for multifaceted collaboration. The delegation received a warm welcome from a 22 staff member group led by Professor Zhang Junsheng and Professor Pan Yunhe, Chancellor and President, respectively, of the Zhejiang University.
CityU's Student Mentoring (SMS) and Supplemental Instruction (SI) Schemes empower senior students to enhance first-year students' learning skills and to boost their motivation. Professor Edmond Ko, CityU Vice-President (Undergraduate Education), presented certificates to SI and SMS supervisory staff, and student mentors and leaders on 27 May, 2004.

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