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CityU hosted the ninth 3+3+4 symposium, on the topic of “First Year Experience”, on 28 April. The Symposium focused on how students’ first year experience at university can be enhanced to foster learning and development.
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Mr Tai Keen-man, Assistant Director of Broadcasting (Radio) at RTHK, shares strategies and skills of communicating with media at a Public Affairs Talk held at CityU on 29 April.
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A business plan for an innovative testing service has won not only a young entrepreneur award for three CityU students, but also keen investment interest that could pave the way for them to become young entrepreneurs.
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Professor Wan Gang, Vice Chairman of 11th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and Minister of Science and Technology, led a 13-member delegation for a visit to CityU on 28 April.
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Renowned novelist Mr Li Rui recounted three stories about man and nature at a City Cultural Salon on 21 April. Simple in plot but thought-provoking, the stories triggered heated discussions.
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CityU sports team received overall titles for both men and women from the University Sports Federation of Hong Kong, China, for the third year in a row. This is also the fifth time when CityU won both overall titles in the same year.
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Thirty-six exemplary research papers were recognised at The Fifth Certificate Award Ceremony of the Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) held at CityU on 23 April.
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Renowned literary critic Professor Liu Zaifu gave a Distinguished Scholar Lecture at CityU on 22 April. With CityU’s Professor Cheng Pei-kai as his interlocutor, he shared some insights about how universal values are represented in Chinese literature.
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The annual City Literary Festival 2010, organised by Cultural and Sports Committee, Chinese Civilisation Centre, and Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics of CityU, is held on 23 & 24 April.
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The Department of Building and Construction has received HK$1.6 million donation from the Construction Industry Institute Hong Kong to set up postgraduate research scholarships to pursue further technological advances in the industry.

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