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A PhD student from CityU chosen to represent Hong Kong on an Antarctic expedition wants to inspire future generations to be more aware about environmental protection.
A postgraduate law student at CityU has been selected as a Young Global Leader 2007 by the World Economic Forum in recognition of his achievements and contributions to society.
CityU has generated $200m in the Third Matching Grant Scheme, of which $120m are funds raised by the University. This is 60 per cent more than the amount generated in the Second Scheme.
A budding photographer from CityU's SCM will experience life as a photojournalist in the UK this summer thanks to a media training project funded by the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong.
Technology is changing our way of life. Computers, for instance, are replacing old-fashioned typewriters and pens as the most common instruments for writing.
CityU is holding “Korea Week 07” for people who want to know more about Korean culture, society and economic development, and the unique Korean Studies courses on offer at CityU.
A reception was held on 16 January to greet 135 exchange students from 15 different areas around the world as they start their new life at CityU.
More than 200 teachers and students from 18 secondary schools exhibited 100 of their outstanding projects at the “MEEM Technology Project Competition and Exhibition 2007” which took place at CityU on 12 and 13 January.