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CityU Gallery is showcasing a collection of works by the Spanish artist Mr Mario Pasqualotto, who transforms plastic bags into valued fabrics, ancient stained glassworks and unexpected canvases
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CityU Gallery is showcasing the experimental and conceptual work of Mr Luke Ching and Mr Tozer Pak at an exhibition from 11 January entitled "Two or Three Things About Hong Kong, Part Two: hk‧cityu‧hk".
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TeleEye Group and DynaCity Technology, two dynamic young companies under CityU Enterprises, have been honoured with major awards, including the overall top prize, at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2006.
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CityU's Shenzhen Outpost, the base for applied research, incubation and teaching activities on the mainland, has received three major boosts in recent weeks, setting the project well on course for completion.
CityU Gallery is showcasing about 60 pieces of work created by the famous paper-cutting artists Yang Miaoqin and her daughter Li Yunxia. The exhibition, from now to 8 February 2006, highlights the folk traditions of peasant communities of Northern Shaanxi.
Two experts on Value for Money shared their findings and recommendations at a forum on 18 November on the process of planning and resource allocation in academic and administration departments at CityU.
CityU signed a memorandum of understanding with Fujian Province Personnel Bureau on 16 November. The memorandum signifies cooperation in areas that will benefit both parties, such as personnel training, technology transfer and information resources.
TeleEye Group at CityU scoops major awards for the third consecutive year for outstanding innovations in technology.
A CityU delegation led by Professor David Tong, Deputy President, and Shenzhen officials led by Mr Liu Yingli, Deputy Mayor of Shenzhen Municipal People's Government, officiated at the milestone groundbreaking ceremony for the University's Shenzhen Outpost.
The Value for Money (VFM) Project looks at the process of planning and resource allocation in academic and administration departments to help promote a VFM culture at CityU.

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