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Professor Way Kuo, University President, met with about 70 mainland postgraduates on 21 November and shared with students his views on education and personal development
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November has been dubbed InternatioNovember by the International and Non-local Students Office to promote cultural exchange between countries.
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The School of Law hosted a talk on 19 November entitled “Current International Situation and Chinese Diplomacy” featuring as speaker Mr Zhan Yongxin, Deputy Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC in the HKSAR.
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Renowned author Professor Pai Hsien-yung discussed the traditional Chinese opera genre of Kunqu at the Cultural Salon organised on 17 November by CityU's Cultural and Sports Committee.
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CityU has invited five distinguished academics to visit the School of Creative Media to provide expert advice on the strategic direction of the School, with a target of achieving global leadership and local preeminence.
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Renowned mathematical physicist Professor Sir Michael Berry, Melville Wills Professor of Physics (Emeritus) from the Department of Physics at the University of Bristol, UK, delivered a fascinating physics lecture at CityU on 7 November.
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The Installation of President cum Honorary Awards Ceremony was held on 11 November, and the 2008 Congregation will be held from 12 to 21 November. This year, more than 9,000 awards will be conferred on CityU graduates.
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President Professor Way Kuo officially announced the start of CityU 25th Anniversary festivities at the Installation Ceremony
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CityU has signed scholarship agreements with three top Taiwan high-schools, each of which will recommend two high academic performers to study at the University starting from 2009.
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The annual CityU Banquet organised by the Students' Union was held on the evening of 31 October, bringing together the CityU community for a display of solidarity and camaraderie.

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