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A CityU-Peking University seminar on Chinese culture and humanities education stressed the importance of a solid background in the humanities as a means to develop the talent and creativity of all students.
CityU has announced plans to construct a Multi-Media Building that will house the various academic departments and research centres associated with creative arts and media engineering.
CityU Gallery is presenting, for the first time in Hong Kong, the work of artists Yu Ping and Ren Ping, featuring their 60-plus-collection of paper-cut prints and stencil printing.
The Council of City University of Hong Kong today announced the appointment of an Independent Committee led by the Honourable Audrey Eu Yuet-mee, SC, JP, to review the recent events in the School of Law.
Professor Benjamin K Y T'sou, Chair Professor of Linguistics and Asian Languages and Director of the Language Information Sciences Research Centre, has been elected a member of the Royal Academy of Overseas Sciences in Belgium.
CityU and Microsoft Hong Kong are collaborating in an initiative to help local SMEs improve their supply chain and logistics management.
The School of Creative Media (SCM) has once again assembled its distinguished Board of Advisors for a two-day series of meetings, discussions, and presentations on the future of the multi-media school.
Secondary school teachers are expected to benefit from the Teachers Update Course (TUC), to be held from 25-28 June. Organized for the fifth year by the Offices of Institutional Advancement, the annual event enhances closer links with secondary schools.
Recently, the President has been busy meeting with colleagues from different departments to exchange views with them on the next five-year plan. "The time was well spent. We all gained a lot," he said.
A group of career counsellors from shanghai University, Shanghai University of Fiance and Economics, and Zhejiang University City College visited CItyU for a mon-month exchange programme during Augest and September, which was orangized by the Student Development Services. The programme aims to enhance understanding of student development services, and more specifically career counselling in the higher education institutions of Hong Kong.

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