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At a tour of CityU on 29 May, Hong Kong's top education officials said they were "very impressed" with the University's facilities and developments, particularly the Wireless Communication Laboratory, School of Creative Media, Chinese Civilisation Centre and Plasma Laboratory.
CityU has added yet another university, Concordia University of Montreal, Canada, to the list of educational institutions with which it has signed exchange agreements.
In an effort to strengthen academic ties with CityU, a delegation of scholars from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, led by Professor Lu Yongxiang, the President, visited CityU on May 22.
Two students from the Division of Language Studies took home prizes at a speech contest held in Macau.
Two students from the Division of Language Studies took home prizes at a speech contest held in Macau.
CityU students have displayed that rarest of talents, the ability to excel in intellectual and physical challenges, by winning championships in this year's Inter-collegiate Debate Competitions and the Hong Kong Post-Secondary Colleges Athletic Association Competitions.
Mrs Diana Ying, Associate Vice-President for Institutional Advancement, treated principals and career masters from seven secondary schools to an exclusive campus tour on 14 May as CityU once again extended a warm welcome to the Hong Kong educational community.
More than 160 Form 6 students and their teachers from 22 Hong Kong secondary schools had their interest in social studies aroused by lectures over the past couple of months organized by the Department of Applied Social Studies.
Their development of a Web-based catering system has earned a team of students from the Division of Computer Studies (DCO) the championship title in the Division's Project of the Year Competition and Exhibition at TechExpo 2002.
Residents of Wan Chai are trading goods and services for coupons in a novel scheme designed to help the community during the current bleak economic climate. The Hours Coupons project is jointly organized by Dr Wong Hung, a Lecturer in the Division of Social Sciences, and social workers from the St James Settlement.

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