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An online achievement exhibition launched in January displayed the works and accomplishment of the “Jockey Club Enhancing Youth Empathy Project through Immersive Visualisation”, organised by CityU and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.
More than 200 top university leaders from over 30 countries and regions shared their insights at CityU during the "Leadership and Management Summit" jointly presented by CityU and Times Higher Education.
CityU receives a HK$2 million donation from Mapletree
A donation of HK$2 million from Mapletree will be used to set up an endowment fund for students of CityU.
CityU receives a renewed donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation to promote Chinese culture
A HK$5 million donation awarded to CityU by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation will promote moral education, Chinese culture, and integration with world civilisation.
Two CityU student projects have won Hong Kong ICT Awards 2019 with innovative designs for people with disabilities.
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The Jockey Club Enhancing Youth Empathy Project through Immersive Visualisation, organised by CityU and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, has launched the “TEDY x WOW Showcase” from 19 to 28 January.
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Over 500 guests attended the annual dinner of the CityU Foundation on 22 November, at which more than HK$14.6 million was raised to support the University’s One Health initiative.
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On 20 August 2018, CityU celebrated the naming of Hong Kong’s first and only veterinary college: Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences in collaboration with Cornell University.
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CityU is privileged to receive a HK$120 million donation from Dr Lee Shau-kee, Chairman of Henderson Land Development Company Limited, to support the long-term development of the University.
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The second steering committee of the Leaders Circle will fortify CityU’s interactions with industry and business sectors, solicit resources for student development and expand its research applications.

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