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Creative media graduate Rainbow Leung's award-winning picture book Wo Che Village was launched in the Hong Kong Book Fair earlier this year.
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“Amalgamation, consolidation and commercialisation may prove to be overkill for the publishing industry, resulting in the decline of a cultural enterprise boasting thousands of years of history,” declared Dr Chan Man-hung, the first 2009 City Cultural Salon speaker.
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Six distinguished persons were bestowed the title of Honorary Fellow of CityU in recognition of their distinctive contribution to the development of, and service to, the University at the Honorary Fellowship Conferment Ceremony held on 23 September.
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CityU became the first university in Asia to be inducted into the century-old of the international honour society Kappa Delta Pi, during a solemn swearing in ceremony conducted on campus on 22 September.
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Six distinguished persons will be bestowed the title of Honorary Fellow in recognition of their distinctive contribution to the development of, and service to, the University at the Honorary Fellowship Conferment Ceremony to be held on 23 September.
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On the evening of 19 September, 2,500 members from CityU family, including Council members, faculty and staff, alumni and students attended the Silver Jubilee Reunion: Ocean Park Night, to celebrate CityU’s 25th Anniversary.
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Local secondary school students indulged themselves in science and engineering projects this summer through Project-based Outreach Programme 2009.
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A reception in honour of CityU’s 12 Cheung Kong Scholars was held on 16 September. The scholars from business, humanities and science and engineering fields contribute tangibly to CityU’s role in developing professionals and research in mainland China.
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Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, attended the 11th Annual Meeting of the China Association for Science and Technology and presented his paper “Reliability in the 21st Century” that discussed the importance of reliability research to China’s future development.
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Mr Timothy Mo, an award-winning Anglo-Chinese novelist, and Professor Zhang Longxi, Chair Professor of Comparative Literature and Translation at CityU held a dialogue on 4 September to discuss cross-cultural understanding and interaction.

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