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Consumer satisfaction rose to 69.9 in 2009, close to the record high level it had reached in 2007, according to a survey conducted by the Department of Management Sciences at CityU.
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CityU invited top-notch alumni and experts to share their expertise in financial planning and investment insights at a forum on 23 March, an initiative aimed at strengthening ties between alumni and CityU to support University development.
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Mr Andy Ho On-tat, Information Coordinator of the Office of the Chief Executive, gave a public relations talk on 19 March, discussing ways to deal with major incidents and the role of new media in shaping public opinion.
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The School of Law established on 18 March the Hong Kong Centre for Maritime and Transportation Law to nurture maritime and transportation legal professionals in support of Hong Kong’s continued development as a maritime service centre.
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Pulitzer Prize winning author Mr Junot Díaz was the speaker at City University Pulitzer Prize Distinguished Lecture on 15 March.
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CityU has joined hands for the first time with two influential financial institutions, in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, to offer a training programme that will nurture senior executives from the mainland’s financial and treasury management sectors.
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The School of Law, with the support of The United Nations Commission on International Trade, hosted a conference examining the latest trends in global sales law.
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CityU has developed the first electronic platform in Hong Kong for classical-colloquial Chinese alignment, processing and retrieval. The platform is expected to enhance the teaching of classical Chinese through the use of information technology.
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A survey conducted by the Department of Management revealed that a lack of opportunities for development and further education and training is the major factor that prompts Hong Kong’s post-1980 generation to quit their jobs.
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An innovative transgenic fish technology developed by CityU that can efficiently detect estrogen disrupters in the environment is being exhibited at the Hong Kong Science Museum, showcasing the University’s latest environmental technology to the public.

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