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The Chinese Civilisation Centre, Division of Building Science and Technology and the Library have co-organised the month-long "Discovery of the Architectural and Cultural Values of Chinese Bridges Exhibition".
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BST is holding BuiltExpo 2008, the 15th Student Project of the Year Competition and Exhibition, from 18 April to 19 April. More than 100 exemplary works in building and construction are showcased to demonstrate the students’ resourcefulness and strengths.
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Over 100 final-year projects which demonstrate creativity in building design and construction skills of students of CityU are showcased at the annual BuiltExpo 2007.
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The annual BuiltExpo 2006, organized by the Division of Building Science and Technology, showcases 90 final-year projects that integrate elements of sustainable development.
CityU's Division of Building Science and Technology presented BuiltExpo 2005 on campus on 8 and 9 April, with the theme of "Sustainable Development: Hong Kong Perspective".
“The rapid development of technology induces significant changes in the design, construction and facilities of modern buildings and our living environment,” said Mrs Julie Mo, Head of the Division of Building Science and Technology (BST), who opened the Built Expo, 2-3 April 2004.
Creativity, dynamism, commitment-the spirit of the students of the Division of Building Science and Technology (BST) was on display at Built Expo 2003 on 9 and 10 June.
City University's third annual WebCourse Fair 2003 kicked off on 14 January with a virtual exhibition showcasing the use of the Internet for teaching and learning. Around 30 teaching staff members shared online how they make use of audio-visual learning packages, online quizzes, self-assessment tools and 3D animations to stimulate students' interest.
Organized by CityU's Division of Building Science and Technology (BST), BuiltExpo 2002 attracted around 3 ,000 visitors to its opening ceremony, exhibition and seminars.
Last July, Mr Eric Cheng, Senior Lecturer in the Division of Building Science and Technology, joined the Third China Synergy Programme (CSP) for Outstanding Youth as a Group Mentor. He and a Coordinator worked with 20 mentees in the group, which was one of the 12 groups which participated in the programme.

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