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Some 288 library professionals from Hong Kong, the mainland, Taiwan, Japan and the US gathered at CityU’s Wei Hing Theratre, 30 November and 1 December, to attend the 5th Hong Kong Innovative Users Group (HKIUG) meeting, hosted by the Run Run Shaw Library.
Professor Zhu Qingshi, President of the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), talked about Chinese traditional culture and the advancement of science in a lecture titled “Dialogue between Technology and Culture in Everyday life", 19 November, organized by the Chinese Civilisation Centre to celebrate CityU's 20th anniversary.
Two CityU enterprises have been recognized for excellence in industrial performance. e.Energy Technology Ltd and Plasma Technology Ltd were awarded at the presentation ceremony of the 2004 Hong Kong Awards for Industry, 15 November.
President and Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court of the PRC and CityU Honorary Doctor of Laws, Dr Xiao Yang shared his insights on the judiciary system and its reform in China in the Wei Hing Theatre, 12 November, 2004.
A collection of over 50 applied research projects and products are on display at the University Concourse, 5-13 November, showcasing CityU's success in applied research and industrial collaboration.
Professor H K Chang, CityU President, shared his observations on the impact of traditional Chinese culture on Islam with more than 100 staff and students on 2 November.
Jointly organized by CityU's School of Law, the Legal and Judicial Training Centre of the Macao SAR, and the French Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macao, "Present and Future of Civil Law in Greater China — Conference on the 200th Anniversary of the French Civil Code" takes place 9-10 November, 2004.
The Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management is offering a one-and-a-half-year-long training programme for a Hong Kong-based electronics company in Dongguan.
Marking CityU's 20th anniversary, a seminar entitled "Hong Kong Governance 1984-2004: Continuity and Change" was held on 1 November, 2004.

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