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The College of Business organised a forum on China economy on 26 January in Shenzhen to discuss the latest trends of internet finance and other economic policies in China.
Hong Kong people had the lowest score of happiness index as well as levels of satisfaction in all aspects of life quality when compared to residents in Japan and Korea, according to a survey by CityU.
New research conducted by CityU reveals that positive education is effective in mitigating secondary school students’ depression and anxiety conditions.
CityU’s Department of Public Policy organised a seminar titled “The distortion of One Country Two Systems from changes in media” on 18 January.
CityU researchers have been awarded RMB 40 million in funding for 70 research projects in 2015 through the CityU Shenzhen Research Institute.
Survey finds a 400% increase in the number of homeless people staying in 24-hour fast-food shops overnight
The “HOPE Hong Kong 2015” survey found that the number of homeless people staying in 24-hour fast-food shops overnight was four times higher than in 2013.
The latest survey that the Department of Management Sciences participated in shows consumer confidence rises in mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau but drops slightly in Taiwan.
More than 30 civilizations history scholars take part in the “International Conference on Teaching and Learning of World Civilizations” from April 6 to 10 to develop the curriculum of a general education course titled “A History of Civilizations”.
Education took the top position for the fourth year in a row as the most important factor for improving the quality of life in Hong Kong, according to a survey done by CityU and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.