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The School of Law held a closing ceremony to conclude the Second Advanced Programme for Chinese Senior Judges on 29 January. Thirty-four Chinese judges were presented with graduation certificates.
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As part of the City University Distinguished Lecture Series, pioneering IBM scientist Dr Don Eigler provided an eye-opening insight into the continuing quest to develop increasingly smaller devices that are now operating on the atomic level.
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The School of Energy and Environment of CityU is to establish HK’s first Biofuel Research Centre by forming a partnership with the Edinburgh Napier University in UK to find sustainable alternatives to fossil-based fuels.
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Professor Lee Chin-chuan, Head of Department of Media and Communication, discussed the relationship between the media, politics and modern Chinese society at a recent City Cultural Salon.
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The e-book consortium on English academic titles launched by the CityU Library, Peking University Library and China Academic Humanities and Social Sciences Library late last year has assisted more than 500,000 Hong Kong and mainland students and teachers.
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CityU and Hong Kong Baptist University co-hosted the 7th 3+3+4 Symposium on “Language Issues for University Graduates” on 23 January, which focused on language education.
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Four CityU students recently took part in the World Universities Debating Championship 2010 in Antalya, Turkey.
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CityU has named the sports centre after Mr Hu Fa Kuang, founder of Ryoden Development, in appreciation of his significant contributions to sports development and support of the University.
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A survey by CityU shows that consumer sentiment towards economic development in mainland China, Macau, Hong Kong and Taiwan has improved for three consecutive quarters, reaching a record high in 2009.
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A lighting management system developed by CityU is transforming the environmental credentials of buildings by reducing electricity consumption from lighting by up to 40%.

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