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The School of Law received a donation of $1.2 million from the Philip K H Wong Foundation and Philip K H Wong, Kennedy Y H Wong & Co to support the second Advanced Programme for Chinese Senior Judges.
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The School of Law hosted the International Conference on the New Haven School of Jurisprudence to share views on international law and its jurisprudential foundations.
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CityU is co-hosting, with the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the academician conference “Engineering Science and Technology: Trends and Frontiers” on 14-15 December. It will bring together highly regarded scientists to discuss the possible frontiers of technological advancement.
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The School of Law organised a lecture hosted by South Korea’s Professor Nohyoung Park to examine the relationship between North and South Koreas and its North-South divide.
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A distinguished lecture was given by one of the world’s most original and prolific researchers in bio-organic chemistry, Professor Wong Chi-huey, President of the Academia Sinica, Taiwan on 11 November, looking at the significance of protein glycosylation in identifying new cancer biomarkers for diagnosis and drug discovery.
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The environment was given the good news and the bad news at a Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta Distinguished Lecture delivered by world-renowned economist and Honorary Professor at CityU, Professor Gregory Chow.
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CityU is hosting an academician conference “Energy and Environment: Crisis, Opportunities and Challenges” on 5-6 November, bringing together distinguished world academicians to offer new insights into the formulation of future energy and environmental policies.
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The Symposium on Internationalisation was held at CityU on 31 October to enhance awareness and seek support from university academic and administrative staff in promoting and sustaining internationalisation.
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Professor Way Kuo addressed the Second Forum on Future Development of China on 30 October, citing investment in new scientific areas, in particular energy and zoonosis, as a top priority to support sustained development in China and around the world.

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