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A survey commissioned by CityU and St. James' Settlement raises concern about the well-being of children from stepfamilies.
A survey conducted by CityU on the prospects and upward mobility opportunities in the accounting sector found that the development of the accounting sector in Hong Kong may probably be in “bottleneck”.
Two renowned academics delivered Distinguished Lectures on negative capacitance and a neurobiological approach to language respectively.
New research conducted by CityU and St. James’ Settlement sheds light on the views that secondary school students have towards planning for their future lives.
Four research projects led by CityU have received $25 million from the Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) Scheme under the Research Grants Council (RGC).
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.