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More than 50 staff members and students participated in “Double Beat - Recitation and Singing”, a performance co-organised by Student Development Services of CityU and the CCCU Division of Language Studies on 3 April.
Mr Aurelio Gabaldón, a Spanish tenor and 2007 Operalia contest winner, entertained CityU staff and students with a captivating Spanish opera in a recital held on campus on 10 December.
The Run Run Shaw Library of CityU has recently acquired two collections of significant Korean works written in Chinese which contribute to the studies of cultural exchange between China and Korea, as well as the development of the general education curriculum.
CCCU's Division of Language Studies has become the first officially approved education unit in Hong Kong to hold the Korean Language Proficiency Test.
CityU clinched the Men's Overall Champion and Women's Overall Second Runner-up titles in the 2004-05 Hong Kong Post-Secondary Colleges Athletic Association competitions.
Twelve students from the Division of Language Studies (LS) received scholarships at the 3rd Korean Scholarship Award Ceremony, 18 May. They will be sponsored to take a four-week intensive Korean Language and Culture Programme at the Kyung Hee University this summer.
On 27th, March, CityU students excelled once again in the 6th Intervarsity Putonghua Recitation Contest.
At the fourth annual French Award Presentation Ceremony, 24 April, 15 students received scholarships and sponsorships from CityU's Division of Language Studies, the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and the Université de Bourgogone.
Four students taking elective French courses at City University’s Division of Language Studies gained valuable experience and self-confidence by participating in the first ever French speech-writing contest organized by the Consulate-General of France in Hong Kong.
Rarely has a cultural festival exuded so much energy and zest in its opening ceremony. On 29 March, the "Hanbok Exhibition" opened in CityU's Run Run Shaw Library not only with a static display of the exquisite Korean national costume, but also a dynamic and potent demonstration of the traditional Korean martial art, Tae Kwon Do. Students and staff were given a sample of the Korean culture, from two different sides.

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