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City University of Hong Kong hosted a Symposium to review past emission trading schemes in mainland China and to explore the prospect of using emission trading to enhance Guangdong - Hong Kong cross-border environmental governance.
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CityU held the "Welcoming Ceremony of the Student Orientation 2006" from 29 to 31 August under the theme "From Student to Professional" for new students.
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Some 50 business executives and professional accountants will join the Executive Mentoring Scheme tailor-made for CityU's accounting students.
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This year sees at least five of CityU's graduates continuing their studies or starting teaching at UK's Oxford University and Cambridge University.
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Hong Kong must strengthen ties with its neighbours if it wants to pursue internationalization in education and become the regional hub of higher education, said Professor H K Chang, University President.
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Justin Chan Yiu-ting, a final-year student of MEEM, clinched the top prize of the university category and the final championship at the Technology, Environmental Protection and Innovation Competition held in August.
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An alumnus from CityU's undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes is one of 42 winners of the Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence 2005-06.
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Mr Lam Kwong-yu, the Founding Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Starlite Holdings Ltd, visited CityU and told his success story at the CEO Forum organized by the EMBA programme of CityU's Faculty of Business on 17 August.
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About 60 new members of academic staff received a warm welcome from senior colleagues at the Faculty Orientation Programme organized on 17 and 18 August by the Education Development Office.
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Fifty-seven senior form students from 14 schools in Hong Kong are taking part in the Siemens MEEM Technology Workshop, held from 14 to 17 August at CityU.The workshop introduces the basic concepts behind logistics and related technologies such as RFID.

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