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Prominent business leaders support CityU’s highly successful exhibition gallery
CityU Exhibition Gallery was named the “Indra and Harry Banga Gallery” on 5 November in appreciation of the support and generous donation made by Mr and Mrs Banga.
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CCIV holds an exhibition of Sichuan Shadow Show from 31 October to 14 December at CityU Gallery, featuring over 200 articles like puppets and scenes.
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The Cultural and Sports Committee held a City Cultural Salon gathering, entitled "What are cultural relics?", on 28 October, featuring Peking University's Professor Qi Dongfang, Professor of School of Archaeology and Museology.
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More than 40 faculty and staff members from various departments exchanged views with Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, on 29 October at a tea gathering organised to foster open communication within the CityU Community about University affairs.
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The CityU School of Law officially signed a mutual agreement with Columbia University School of Law on 29 October to develop a training programme geared towards providing advanced legal education and improving the international exposure of Chinese judges
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An open forum on the new remuneration package for academic faculty was held by the University on 21 October, during which faculty were provided with details of the new package and given the chance to offer feedback.
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Eric Chen Zixiang, a Year 2 student in the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management, was runner-up in the Global Business Ethics Contest 2007/08, thanks to his advanced critical analysis and sophisticated debating skills.
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Guizhou cultural month has been staged by the Office of the Dean of Student Learning and various departments throughout October, with 30 members of the Miao and Dong ethnic groups invited to participate in the welcoming ceremony on 27 October.
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The outstanding efforts of CityU in marine environmental research have been rewarded with an $8.7 million government consultancy project that will direct the development of a new set of water quality standards.
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In addition to a ranking improvement in The Times Higher Education Supplement 2008 survey, CityU now ranks among the world's top 50 for its engineering scientific papers, according to a Taiwanese survey.

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