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A psychology research paper on homosexuality by Pizza Chow Ka-yee, a recent Applied Social Studies graduate, received the Award of Excellence in the 2008 Student International Research Awards organised by Division 52 of the American Psychological Association.
Applying classroom lessons on e-commerce and market leveraging to the running of their e-business, three electronic commerce students of CityU clinched champion and runner up titles in the 2008 eBay Young Entrepreneur Contest.
Some CityU students worked as volunteers at the 2008 Olympic equestrian events in Hong Kong. Some performed duties as ceremony hostesses, sharing with athletes the joys of their success, and one of them served international royal family dignatories.
A Year 2 Department of Asian and International Studies student with a keen news sense studying at City University of Hong Kong (CityU), Johnny Ma Chun-ning, was named a Young Leader in the 2nd Young Leaders Selection organised by Harbour Junior Chamber.
CityU received the delegates of Shenzhen-Hong Kong Innovation Circle on 14 August. Discussions between CityU representatives and the delegates focused on cooperation between CityU and Shenzhen.
CityU invited top experts from some of the world's most renowned universities to provide advice on establishing energy and environment related academic programmes. These programmes will be beneficial to Hong Kong as well as south-eastern China.
The CityU Chinese Debating Team was crowned champion in the 10th Basic Law Multi-Dimensional Inter-University Debate Competition held on 9 August. In addition, three team members collected the Best Debater Awards.
CityU has successfully completed its mainland student recruitment exercise in 25 provinces and cities (including those areas affected by the Sichuan earthquake). About 190 new students are expected to start their studies at CityU by the end of August.
Professor Way Kuo, University President, met with representatives of the Convocation and CityU Postgraduate Association recently to increase communication and mutual understanding.