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Brazil bougainvillea has been selected as the new floral emblem of CityU.
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A number of strategic measures have been prepared at CityU for the double cohort of first-year students beginning their undergraduate studies this semester.
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CityU has included an electric sedan in its fleet of vehicles, a 5-seater Nissan Leaf that produces zero roadside carbon emissions.
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CityU won the Biggest Unit Saver Award in the company category of the Power Smart Contest 2010, which was organised by Friends of the Earth (HK), recognising the University’s dedication in creating a low-carbon campus.
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Over 1,200 members of staff were honoured at a ceremony on 1 November for their dedicated long-service to the University.
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CityU is bolstering measures to prevent the spread of avian flu on campus and reminds staff and students to remain vigilant against a possible outbreak.
Staff and students will have extra space for teaching and learning, as well as for work and relaxation, with the recent opening of a 300-seater lecture theatre and Green House facilities and planned new classrooms and other facilities.
Preparation for the 20th Anniversary Celebration enters the final stages. The party with international flavour will be held at noon on 20 December in University Circle.
The new, user-friendly campus map is a convenient tool to help visitors find their way to CityU, or search for a specific location / building / facility at the University.
Founded in 1984, CityU turns 20 this year. "If a centenary marks the first cycle of a university's development, CityU is still on its way. We have fared well thus far, with tremendous achievements in our first 20 years," said Professor H K Chang, President, at the Staff New Year Party on 28 January, kicking off the 20th anniversary year. 2004 is a time to look back and rejoice in our achievements, and to look forward to the future with a new role statement.

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