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More than 100 School of Creative Media students and graduates make the familiar unfamiliar with a public exhibition of their artwork, performances and media art in Hong Kong Park at the invitation of the Hong Kong government.
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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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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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In a first for the UN in Hong Kong, the School of Law and United Nations Institute for Training and Research have entered into an agreement to promote academic and research collaboration.
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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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The Secure Mobile Messaging project of the College of Science and Engineering won the Excellent Product Award at the 11th China Hi-Tech Fair, highlighting CityU's exemplary research track record.
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The Chinese Civilisation Centre is staging the “Legacy of Cang Cheng, Masters of Lingnan School: The Art of Nigel Szeto” exhibition, with more than 50 paintings and stationery masterpieces on display.
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Professor Sritawat Kitipornchai, Head of the Department of Building and Construction, has been elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering in recognition of his achievements in structural engineering and solid mechanics.
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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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