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A mobile app that can effectively protect users from falling victim to phone scams has been developed by a cross-disciplinary research team at CityU.
Learning traditional Chinese martial arts has a direct bearing on reducing aggressive behaviour, delinquent behaviour and attention problems among schoolchildren, according to a recent study conducted by CityU.
A survey commissioned by CityU and St. James' Settlement raises concern about the well-being of children from stepfamilies.
New research conducted by CityU and St. James’ Settlement sheds light on the views that secondary school students have towards planning for their future lives.
New research conducted by CityU reveals that positive education is effective in mitigating secondary school students’ depression and anxiety conditions.
Survey finds a 400% increase in the number of homeless people staying in 24-hour fast-food shops overnight
The “HOPE Hong Kong 2015” survey found that the number of homeless people staying in 24-hour fast-food shops overnight was four times higher than in 2013.
The Personal Growth and Development Project conducted by CityU’s Department of Applied Social Sciences help teenagers and children enhance their mental health through positive education activities.
Participants exchanged knowledge and best practice at an international conference on discovery and innovation in social work from 20 to 21 May.