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The City-Youth Empowerment Project celebrates its 11th anniversary with various activities ranging from growing bonsai trees to African music jamming.
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Nearly 200 students joined the annual kick-off ceremony for the City-Youth Empowerment Project on 16 September.
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A special scheme at CityU for helping young people better understand the older generation is closing the generation gap.
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The City-Youth Empowerment Project celebrated its 10th anniversary under the theme “A Decade of Dedication” on April 25.
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A mentoring scheme that enhances understanding between young people and the elderly has been successfully completed.
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CityU has held a Book Launching Ceremony for Back to Faith: The Practice of Faith in Social Work and a Sharing Forum entitled “How to Practise Faith in Social Welfare Sector?” on 2 October.
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First year students from the Department of Applied Social Studies presented their Community Awareness Projects at the X-Gala award presentation ceremony for “Project X: Learning Excellence” on 20 August.
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Three outstanding CityU teachers have received the Teaching Excellence Awards 2008-09, outperforming a field of strong candidates with their enthusiasm and unique teaching methods.
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Twenty-one CityU social work teachers have contributed to a new book Hold On to Your Faith—30 Letters to Social Work Students, emphasizing the importance of professional ethics and humanitarian values in social work education and practice.
A group of 24 social work students from CityU launched a press conference on 13 June to call attention on the issue of labour rights among South Asian people in Hong Kong. Together with Dr Kam Ping Kwong, Associate Professor of the Department of Applied Social Studies (SS), they formed a Working Group of the Community Concern Project on the Protection of Labour Rights among South Asian People in Hong Kong (Project L), an out-of-classroom learning experience led by Dr Kam

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