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Prominent business leaders support CityU’s highly successful exhibition gallery
CityU Exhibition Gallery was named the “Indra and Harry Banga Gallery” on 5 November in appreciation of the support and generous donation made by Mr and Mrs Banga.
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Mr Senta Wong, Chairman and CEO of Wong's Kong King International (Holdings) Ltd, shared his insights into "Electronics and OEM" at the Distinguished Industrialists Lecture organized by the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
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Mr Zeng Jia, a PhD student of the School of Creative Media (SCM), has won the second prize in the Postgraduate Section of the IEEE Region 10 Student Paper Contest 2006.
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The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is answering the rallying call to internationalize campus with a dynamic range of academic and exchange programmes.
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CityU is helping students develop effective life-long learning skills by expanding the Supplemental Instruction Scheme from September.
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Nearly 200 Year 2 business students spent their summer vacation gaining real work experience in a variety of organizations through the internship programmes offered by the Faculty of Business.
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The Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) at CityU has again reached out to secondary school students this summer to enhance their interest and creativity in science and engineering.
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A group of CityU students said their experience on the AIA Young Leaders Development Programme 2006 broadened their horizons and enhanced their understanding of leadership.
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Searching for the key to Hong Kong’s success through exchanges between scholars in the East and West is one of the foci of CityU in developing general education courses for the four-year curriculum.
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Participants of “Internship Programme for Exchange Students” shared their internship experience with sponsoring organizations, teachers and fellow students at a gathering.

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