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CityU Gallery will present 30 contemporary Chinese calligraphy masterpieces by the internationally renowned artist David Chan from 30 May 2008 to 27 June 2008.
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Investing in the future, retaining and recruiting elite talent, empowering staff to perform in research and teaching and holding them accountable... Professor Kuo outlines his vision for CityU
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Mr Zhang Xian-en, Director General of the Department of Basic Research, Ministry of Science and Technology, led a five-member delegation to visit the world class technologies of MERIT and the Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory at CityU on 23 May.
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Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, delivered his debut talk at City Cultural Salon on 22 May. He shared his professional interpretations with guests on the topic "Reliability Since Time Immemorial".
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The CityU community has initiated various campaigns to help the victims of the Sichuan earthquake. Teachers and students in the Department of Applied Social Studies have formed a concern group and plan to provide counselling service for the survivors.
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More than 100 EMBA alumni and students spent an enlightening evening with the Hon Dr Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai, President of the Legislative Council, and Professor Way Kuo, the new President of CityU at the EMBA Association of CityU Annual Dinner 2008 on 16 May.
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Demonstrating their high writing skills, students from the University claimed seven of the 16 prizes on offer in three categories at the third City Literary Awards.
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Professor Way Kuo assumed the presidency of CityU on 14 May. In an email message sent to all staff, students and alumni, he invited the University community to work with him to face future challenges and drive CityU to an even higher level.
As I take up duty at CityU, I wish to sincerely thank all of you for the honour and opportunity for me to serve this great academic community.
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CityU, the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups jointly organised the 2008 Hong Kong Odyssey of the Mind Competition. The six winning teams will represent Hong Kong in the world titles to be held in the United States.

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