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Nearly 150 guests gathered at CityU on 12 December to appreciate the work of Mr Tomas Tranströmer, the 2011 Nobel Laureate in Literature.
Four academics from CityU became members of the newly formed Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities.
A ceremony held on 14 January marked the launch of the CityU history books and unveiling of the CityU Strategic Plan 2010-2015. It signifies that CityU, after celebrating its 25th anniversary, has entered a new stage of development.
CityU featured prominently in The Exhibition of the 425th Anniversary of Cambridge University Press and the 800th Anniversary of the University of Cambridge. Professor Way Kuo, University President, delivered a speech as a guest of honour.
Four Department of English students have received the CityU History Award and will assist in writing the English version of CityU's history as part of the University's 25th anniversary celebration.
Demonstrating their high writing skills, students from the University claimed seven of the 16 prizes on offer in three categories at the third City Literary Awards.
Four CityU students have been granted Outstanding Service Awards in recognition of their outstanding leadership and devotion to serving the community.
CityU held the foundation stone laying ceremony for the Multi-media Building on 26 March. The building will be a focal point for the development of creative media in Asia.