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Just one week before their charity walk across the 100-km MacLehose Trail, the Proud of 20 team pledged at this year's CityU Banquet, 29 October,to make the University proud and appealed for more staff and students to help the group set a record for CityU.
The CityU Gallery presents 56 Ming and Qing Dynasty artworks from the Shen Zhen Museum, from now to 15 December, 2004.
CityU’s Associate Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Science (FHS), Dr Joshua Mok, will lead the newly established Centre for East Asian Studies (CEAS) at Bristol University, in January 2005, and embark on a new trilateral partnership among UK, the mainland and Hong Kong.
The Library presents a Memorabilia Exhibition to mark the University's 20th anniversary, from now through December 2004.
An eight-member delegation led by Professor Han Qide, Vice-Chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, visited CityU, 19 October, 2004.
In the Chinese Civilisation Centre’s Audio-Visual Room on 7 October,CityU President,Professor H K Chang shared his insights on "Islam in China" with an audience of more than 100. Muslims and non-Muslims, students and academics,were attracted to his speech.
Olympic medalists Mr Li Ching and Mr Ko Lai-chak, together with their coach Mr Chan Kong-wah, shared their success with CityU staff and students, 9 October, 2004.
CityU announced plans for the Creative Media Centre—an inspirational building to mark Hong Kong’s leadership position in creative media education, on 8 October 2004.
Four lecture theatres were named in honour of six business leaders, in recognition of their achievements in their respective industries, and their contributions to higher education and the community.

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