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Congratulations are in order for Miss Lau Pui Ki, a graduate of the first Associate of Arts in Applied Japanese Studies (AAAJS) programme. Miss Lau was awarded a one-year scholarship from the Education Ministry of the Japanese Government.
Video footage of the musical, City Legend, welcomed 4,500 full-time students to CityU from 26-28 August. Held at the Multi-purpose Sports Hall, the welcoming festivities were part of a number of orientation activities for the undergraduate and associate degree freshmen at CityU this year.
Students from CityU's Department of Marketing are getting a crash course in conducting business on the mainland through the department's China Business Summer Internship Programme.
A stunning collection of microscopic carvings and calligraphic pieces—a strand of hair on which is carved a famous Tang Dynasty poem, for example—is on display at CityU Gallery until 1 September.
The original way in which a School of Creative Media (SCM) student depicted the fear aroused by an impending eye operation in a video has won her the first prize in a video contest and a one-year training opportunity in Italy.
CityU and the US Congress were linked this week through video conferencing facilities as the University played host to the first American Studies Institute in Asia (ASIA) seminar.
Two students from CityU's Division of Language Studies have won championship and third runner-up prizes at the 27th Hong Kong Japanese Language Speech Contest on 6 July.
CityU welcomed 40 elite science students from seven Hong Kong secondary schools to a larger world of science and technology at a Technology Camp designed to encourage the youngsters to share their interest with others and broaden Hong Kong's technological horizons.
A comparative study of the rewards for high public office in Asia has come up with some interesting findings, including the fact that the prime minister of Singapore is paid over 500,000 times more than China's president. "Hong Kong also ranks high - second after Singapore," said Dr Grace Lee, Associate Professor in the Department of Public and Social Administration.
A PhD student in the Department of Biology and Chemistry has won the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Young Scientist Award for the best oral presentation at the SETAC Europe 12th Annual Meeting in May. SETAC is an international organization that provides an exchange vehicle for environmental scientists worldwide.

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