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CityU's Chinese Civilisation Centre just launched the Chinese Culture Quarterly as part of its fifth anniversary celebration. On Sunday, using the journal as a starting point, CityU President, Professor H K Chang, posed a question to Premier Wen Jiabao about the importance of exchanges between Hong Kong and mainland China. This was reported in a number of local newspapers such as Apple Daily, Hong Kong Commercial Daily, Ming Pao, Sing Tao Daily News, Ta Kung Pao and Wen Wei Po.
At the Government House on 27 June, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) presented prestigious Fellow Grade certificates to three City University of Hong Kong professors:
Chinese Culture Quarterly, launched 27 June by City University's Chinese Civilisation Centre (CCIV), is an academic journal designed to promote research and ongoing discussion of various aspects of Chinese culture among scholars worldwide.
The first IT training and certification programme officially recognized by the mainland government is to be operated by CityU, helping bring Hong Kong's standard of assessment for IT education in line with the national certification standard, and thereby enhancing mainland job prospects for local talent.
Hong Kong has been troubled by SARS over the past few months. Although it has been distressing, the emergence of SARS compels us to reflect on the function of society and the meaning of life. Here are some of my thoughts.
To meet the ever-changing challenges of a knowledge-based society in the 21st century, it is important to keep up with the latest developments in society through self-improvement and life-long learning. Frontline teachers duly have to look for opportunities for professional development.
Magic, Lego, Morse code¡K Teaching with things that kids like helps them have fun with mathematics, Dr Benny Hon told an audience of some 200 primary and secondary school principals, teachers and parents on 31 May.
"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." ~ Aesop
Where should City University's Associate Degree Programmes go? Is there a future for the self-financing AD programmes? Within what context and financial parameters should future self-financing AD programmes be offered by CityU, once public support is withdrawn?

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