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A new book written by senior students and alumni at City University of Hong Kong that aimed to help freshmen adapt to their new lives at CityU was launched at a ceremony on 27 October.
The President, Deputy President, Vice-President (Administration) and Dean of Student Learning have met student representatives to listen to their views and concerns on campus development. The management and students had a candid and constructive dialogue on 28 October.
City University of Hong Kong has shot up the rankings of the world's most prestigious educational institutions, according to The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES).
A team from the University of Melbourne shared its experience setting up risk management strategies with more than 80 members of CityU staff and students, including several heads of academic and administrative departments, at a seminar on 27 October.
Eminent scholars and legal practitioners participated in the Conference on Chinese and Comparative Tort Law Legislation to conduct in-depth comparative study of tort law issues, 27-28 October.
Professor H K Chang, University President, said CityU will strike a balance between the need for growth and the need to preserve a green environment.
On 25 October, Dr Dennis Sun, Chairman of the Community Relations Committee, met CityU staff and students to share his life experience.
TeleEye Group at CityU scoops major awards for the third consecutive year for outstanding innovations in technology.
New developments on campus will provide students with better facilities and more space, and improve the study environment, says Professor Y S Wong, CityU Vice-President (Administration).
Students and alumni of City University of Hong Kong have launched a new fundraising campaign to develop a caring and giving culture within the University community.

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