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In recent decades, an upsurge of research interest in the importance of omega-3 fatty acids to the human body has spurred a new generation of health food products incorporated with these essential lipids.
On 30 April, the University announced the five winners of the 2003-04 Teaching Excellence Awards and organized a Symposium on Teaching and Learning as part of its efforts in promoting and fostering a culture of quality assurance.
How can Hong Kong enhance its appeal to tourists? By re-vamping its cultural heritage sites, or by exploring new attractions? The first batch of Associate Degree students majoring in Leisure and Tourism Management presented how to market Hong Kong as a tourist attraction at the final year project exhibition, 21-23 April.
CityU stands with universities such as Cornell, St Mary’s University of Minnesota, the University of Southern Queensland, (Australia), Mount Allison University (Canada) and the University of Surrey (UK) that value “whole person development" (WPD), and is proud to be one of the very first in Hong Kong to do so. In an interview by Shiona Mackenzie, Mr Joseph K N Chan, Acting Director of Student Development Services (SDS), discusses CityU's philosophy.
CityU biologist Professor Lilian Vrijmoed discovered a microbe on the decadent leaves of the mangrove bush that produces DHA, one of the essential members of the omega-3 fatty acids family.
Can art and technology meet and be put to good use in psychotherapy? The answer is a resounding yes. One City University computer scientist, for example, has been successful in applying his technological research to the world of artists, musicians and therapists for helping the emotionally or physically handicapped.
“The rapid development of technology induces significant changes in the design, construction and facilities of modern buildings and our living environment,” said Mrs Julie Mo, Head of the Division of Building Science and Technology (BST), who opened the Built Expo, 2-3 April 2004.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an emerging technology expected to bring revolutionary development in the supply chain sector. A forum on “Advances in RFID Technology" at CityU on 30 March attracted over 100 academics, industrialists and business professionals craving new knowledge in the field.
Families and friends gathered at CityU on 27 March to share the joy of 13 graduates of the Doctor of Education (EdD) and Master of Education (MEd) programmes jointly offered by CityU’s School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE) and the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol.

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