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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.
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.
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 researchers have unveiled the results of a series of projects that will dramatically improve the biomedical properties of blood contacting materials used in artificial implants for people with cardiovascular conditions.
CityU raised its standing among local tertiary institutions in this year ' s Competitive Earmarked Research Grants (CERG) applications, increasing its funding to HK$56.8 million, a 4.4% increase over last year ' s results of HK$54.4 million.
In addition to basic research, CityU is also committed to promoting applied R&D and commercializing research products. CityU is, in fact, the first university in Hong Kong to successfully incubate a technology company.
CityU's Enterprise Knowledge Integration and Transfer (E-KIT) Laboratory in the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management is also making a significant contribution to strengthening Hong Kong's role as a logistics hub.
In his 2001 Policy Address, Hong Kong's Chief Executive, Mr Tung Chee-hwa, announced the Logistics Hong Kong initiative, which aims to strengthen Hong Kong's status as the preferred regional and international logistics hub, linking the China's mainland with the rest of the world.

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