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CityU Gallery is showcasing a collection of works by the Spanish artist Mr Mario Pasqualotto, who transforms plastic bags into valued fabrics, ancient stained glassworks and unexpected canvases
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The innovative projects of CityU students and graduates receive six honours at the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2007.
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Using the universal language of sport, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of CityU held "Global Stadium 2008" on 16 January to promote cross-cultural interaction between local and exchange students.
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The Office of the Dean of Student Learning and Student Development Services held an "Integrity Week" from 14 January to 27 January. It aims to let students learn more about the evils of corruption and the importance of integrity.
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Three leading members of the business and professional communities have been appointed by the Chief Executive to the Council of CityU for a term of three years, with effect from 1 January 2008.
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CityU held the Graduate Studies Information Day on 12 January to introduce to the prospective students various postgraduate study programmes offered at CityU.
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Seven teams of marketing students were honored at an award ceremony held on 10 January for the outstanding marketing researches and proposals they had done for local and international companies.
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CityU held the groundbreaking ceremony on 7 January for the Community College of City University Building, one of the new buildings on campus catering for the University’s long-term development needs.
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A group of four CityU students and graduates was one of the winners in the Open Group of the Ideas Competition for Mei Ho House of Shek Kip Mei Estate
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Professor Way Kuo, President-designate of CityU, was elected a Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. The election recognises Professor Kuo’s contribution to the field of reliability design for microelectronics products and system.

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