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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.
CityU has been sponsored by the Shenzhen Municipal Government to establish a key laboratory, as well as to conduct a project on developing novel anticancer drugs.
A master student of the School of Creative Media has won one of the only 60 places at the Red Bull Music Academy from an intense competition of 2,422 entries worldwide.
The Language Information Sciences Research Centre of CityU released the Annual Pan-Chinese Celebrity Rosters for 2006, which show that Mr Chen Sui-bian, President of Taiwan, has topped the list.
The Department of Management Sciences announced the findings of the CityU-Hong Kong Consumer Satisfaction Index 2006 on 21 December. The findings show that the CityU-HKCSI hit a record high of 70.1, up 1.2% from 2005.
CityU is hosting the first ever All China Economics International Conference in a bid to foster exchange among scholars and professionals on economic issues concerning China and members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation.
The City Cultural Salon, which has been held at the President's residence since 1998, will be taking place on campus in the future.
Professor H K Chang, University President, announced on 13 December that Dr Ellen Ko Law Yin-lan was appointed Vice-President (Administration) with immediate effect for a period of two years.
The Hong Kong Underwater Robot Challenge will expand this year to include universities and colleges. The aim is to get more young people interested in marine conservation and to transfer knowledge about technology.
CityU is hosting a series of talks this week on the empowerment of women living in Muslim contexts, part of a multi-million dollar research project led by Dr Vivienne Wee, Associate Director of the Southeast Asia Research Centre.