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CityU advocates excellence in academics and sports and congratulates alumna Lau Mo-sheung on winning the Bronze medal in Karate in the Tokyo Olympics
Grace Lau Mo-sheung, an alumna of CityU, won the Bronze medal for Hong Kong in the Karate Women’s Kata in the Tokyo Olympics today (5 Aug). CityU is arranging a celebration party to welcome her triumphant return and acknowledge her extraordinary achievement.
CityU alumna Ms Grace Lau Mo-sheung, a female karate specialist, will compete in the Karate Women’s Kata in the Tokyo Olympics at 9am (HKT) on 5 Aug (Thursday), vying for a gold medal for Hong Kong. President Way Kuo will join the teachers, students and alumni to watch the live broadcast on the CityU campus and cheer together for Grace.
CityU “HK Tech 300” presents 1st two rounds of seed fund of HK$6.5 million and establishes science and technology innovation investment platform
Following its earlier announcement of the launch of the flagship innovation and entrepreneurship programme “HK Tech 300” with an allocation of HK$500 million, CityU held on 29 July the HK Tech 300 Seed Fund Presentation Ceremony, presenting seed funds with the total sum of HK$6.5 million.
CityU will confer the title of Honorary Fellow on four distinguished persons in recognition of their significant contributions to the development of, and service to, the University and the community.
At the invitation of Master-Insight Media, President Way Kuo of CityU launched his publication Soulware: The American Way in China’s Higher Education, Wiley, New Jersey, May 2019, at the Hong Kong Book Fair on 17 July.
CityU proudly presents HK TECH Tiger, a suite of exceptional programmes that enable high-flying students to pursue excellence, develop their potential, and take courses taught by world-class STEM professors.
A new exhibition “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” at the Indra and Harry Banga Gallery of CityU turns the spotlight on how the Maritime Silk Road enabled cultural exchanges through the diffusion of Buddhism.
Dr Xu Wanghuai, a recent PhD graduate in MNE, received the 2021 Materials Research Society Graduate Student Award (Silver) for his pioneering research on the development of a novel droplet-based electricity generator for advancing scientific research into water energy generation.