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CityU Exhibition Gallery was named the “Indra and Harry Banga Gallery” on 5 November in appreciation of the support and generous donation made by Mr and Mrs Banga.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences staged the Global Festival of Folklore 2010 on 14 January to promote cultural exchange among overseas exchange students and local and mainland students.
A ceremony held on 14 January marked the launch of the CityU history books and unveiling of the CityU Strategic Plan 2010-2015. It signifies that CityU, after celebrating its 25th anniversary, has entered a new stage of development.
Young writers now have an invaluable opportunity to have their works reviewed by renowned writers and poets such as Mr Chang Ta-chuen, Mr Bei Dao, Mr Yang Ze and Mr Yang Zhao by participating in the annual City Literary Awards organised by CityU.