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In his first public speech since retirement less than three months ago, Mr Tsang Yam Pui, former Commissioner of Hong Kong Police, told an audience of some 300 business executives on 26 February that a leader requires "wisdom, courage and heart."
In recognition of their quality management, two student placement programmes offered by CityU's Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE), the Industrial Attachment Scheme (IAS) and the Co-operative Education Scheme (CES), have been awarded an ISO 9001:2000 accreditation from SGS Hong Kong Ltd.
Do you participate in newsgroups? Are you an opinion leader? Marketers want to get to know you better. Dr Nan Zhou, Marketing Department, CityU recommended ways that marketers can identify and influence opinion leaders in newsgroups and turn them into "positive product information brokers", in his 24 February research seminar with Dr Alex S L Tang, Hong Kong Baptist University's Department of Marketing.
CityU's College of Higher Vocational Studies signed a collaborative agreement with Coventry University in the UK on 9 February to launch a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Business Information Technology. It is the first full-time top-up degree programme in IT and e-commerce related fields jointly put forth by the College's Division of Computer Studies and an overseas institution.
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre was brimming with people of all ages and nationalities from noon until 4 p.m. 7 February, and many of them had legal activities on their minds. Whether it was to land a summer placement with Clifford Chance, seek a career opportunity or investigate law programmes, some 100 people milled about Room 201, the venue for this year's Law Fair.
On 5 February, the University announced the winners of the Fourth Applied Research Excellence Awards Competition, organized every two years by the Technology Transfer Office, to foster applied research and to recognize staff that excel in this area. Four awards were granted to six CityU researchers in recognition of their significant contributions to the social, industrial, and economic development of Hong Kong.
Who do you call when your country stands accused of unfairly subsidizing its agricultural exports, or sanctioning imports? The World Trade Organization's 148 member nations know.
They're packing their bags and heading for Galldachd (the Lowlands of Scotland) to sort out some neighbourhood nuisance. Second year students in CityU's School of Law, Fanny Ting Fong Siu and Timothy Ma Tin Tai teamed up to outperform Hong Kong University (HKU) in the Hong Kong Round of the Louis M Brown International Client Counselling Competition (ICCC) on 31st January 2004.

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