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Celebrated political economist Professor Gregory C. Chow, Honorary Professor of Department of Economics and Finance, delivered an optimistic lecture on 24 July on the balance between China's energy needs and environment.
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CityU has organised a conference on the Internationalisation of Chinese Universities. Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, and representatives from mainland, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong universities and government sectors shared their views on the topic.
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The Department of Applied Social Studies and Macao Catholic Family Advisory Council announced the results of the latest study into Macau teenage students' attitude towards dating and sex, on 5 July.
Among the eight local higher education institutions in Hong Kong, CityU was ranked third in terms of the percentage of successful applications for funding from the 2008-09 General Research Fund.
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CityU hosted an international symposium on Cross-cultural Perspectives on East Asian Cinemas from 3 July to 4 July, drawing together global experts from academia and the industry to enhance understanding of regional filmic culture.
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Computer academics and scientists from the Asia Pacific region, Europe and North America gathered at CityU, 11 to 16 December, to participate in the Croucher Advanced Study Institute (ASI) programme on “Cryptography and Wireless Security. The event is hosted by CityU’s Department of Computer Science (CS) with financial support from the Croucher Foundation.
CityU's Office for Chinese Management Development hosted the “2004 EAMSA Annual Conference – Harmony v Conflict: Euro-Asian Management in a Turbulent Era”, 3-6 November. Over 60 scholars and practitioners from 18 countries came together to address how a harmonious business environment can be created and managed successfully in an increasingly turbulent business environment.

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