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Creativity and a keen interest in the deep cultural traditions of Europe have earned prizes for two CityU students at the University's First Web Contest on Europe.
The mainland and Hong Kong must work hard to ensure that both sides benefit from any future economic partnerships, otherwise such ventures will not flourish, concurred the speakers at a recent CityU forum on regional economics.
One of the mainland's top State Council researchers told a CityU seminar on 1 February that China's World Trade Organization (WTO) membership will breed new economic opportunities as well as a number of stresses for the country.
In the morning, I was awakened by a cock crowing, instead of the annoying buzzing sound of my alarm clock. The air that I breathed was fresh and clean, unpolluted. There were no skyscrapers, so I had a panoramic view of the sky. I could also enjoy delicious, organically grown fruits and vegetables.
The Research Grants Council (RGC) has awarded research proposals led by scientists at City University of Hong Kong more than half of the HK$17.8 million allocated to all area universities in the group research category for 2001-2002.
In the morning, I was awakened by a cock crowing, instead of the annoying buzzing sound of my alarm clock. The air that I breathed was fresh and clean, unpolluted. There were no skyscrapers, so I had a panoramic view of the sky. I could also enjoy delicious, organically grown fruits and vegetables.
Mr Lawrence Tzang Chi-hung, a PhD student in the Department of Biology and Chemistry, was awarded one of three best poster prizes at the Asian-Pacific Conference of Tumour Biology 2001, held in Beijing last September.

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