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On 26 February, the Ming Pao Daily and Hong Kong's Commerce, Industry and Technology Bureau held the 4th annual "Soar Over Hong Kong" -- a leadership training day camp -- at CityU.
The Selection Committee of the University of Toronto's Alexander Lectures chose Zhang Longxi, Director of CityU's Centre for Cross-Cultural Studies, to deliver the Lectures under the theme "Textual Encounters/Cultural Encounters".
City University of Hong Kong's social sciences departments/programs have been ranked 61st of the top 100 in the world by the Times Higher Education Supplement.
To promote the art of Kunqu, Chinese Civilisation Centre (CCIV) organized a lecture series delivered by the famous Chinese writer Professor Pai Hsien-Yung, CCIV Director Professor Cheng Pei Kai and Kunqu researcher Dr Ku Siu Shen, 23 to 25 February.
Placing the University in the best position to introduce the new degree structure, and to maintain the University's momentum in enriching undergraduate education and enhancing student learning, Professor H K Chang, President, has configured a new organization structure.
From the wisdoms of the oriental philosophers, the Bible, Da Vinci's code, the wits of the Korean drama Dae Jang Geum, to his personal experience, Professor H K Chang, the President, shared his insights on leadership with more than 40 student leaders, 18 February.
A comprehensive, trilingual phrasebook with CD, Guide Pratique de Conversation Français - Cantonais - Mandarin, was launched at CityU, 18 February. The book serves as a useful reference for visitors, business travellers and students from French-speaking countries, the mainland and Hong Kong. It covers a wide range of daily-life situations and is organized in three columns for quick and easy access.
With the theme of “Navigating Lifelong Learning”, the School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE) of the City University of Hong Kong’s exhibition booth at the Education & Careers Expo 2005, from 19 to 22 February, depicts a compass, directional signs, and a lighthouse beckoning visitors navigate the route of a learner.
CityU has raised a grand total of HK$392,660 for UNICEF, from 6 January to 7 February, to provide education kits for tsunami-affected children. This is a record amount for a CityU-wide donation campaign to date.
In the warm afternoon of 15 February, more than 1,000 staff members took a break from their work and rejoiced at the Chinese New Year Party, held at University Circle and in Chan Tai Ho Multi-purpose Hall.

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