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The City University of Hong Kong (Amendment) Bill modifying the composition of the Council of CityU was passed by the Legislative Council on 14 June 2007.
Lectures on appreciating masterpieces of Chinese painting and calligraphy from the Beijing Palace Museum, organized on 18 June by the Chinese Civilization Centre for secondary school teachers and the public, met with enthusiastic responses.
CityU will provide once again local secondary school principals and teachers with the opportunity to upgrade their qualifications and subject knowledge through the Teachers Update Course 2007 programme.
Professor Richard Ho Yan-ki, CityU's Acting President, says it is time to review remuneration packages to retain and recruit quality staff. He also encourages colleagues to work hand-in-hand with him to take CityU to another level.
A delegation comprising more than 60 members and panel members of the Research Grants Council visited CityU on 14 June.
CityU appoints Professor (Chair) Wei Kwok-kee as Dean of the Faculty of Business, effective 16 July 2007, on a three-year term.
Ms Dilys Chau Suet-fung, a graduate of CityU's BA (Hons) in Accountancy programme, has been appointed a member of her alma mater's governing Council.
About 80 exquisite examples of ceramics and calligraphy by the well-known local artist Chan Chung-kong are on display at CityU Gallery.