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Professor Tracy Fullerton and Professor Chris Swain, researchers and teachers of game design at the School of Cinema-Television of the University of Southern California, ran a three-week intensive, hands-on game design course at CityU's School of Creative Media, to 7 July 2004.
CityU's School of Creative Media students produced a new 3D animation series, titled "Gee-Dor-Dor", for the Independent Commission Against Corruption, to promote positive values among children.
The "Writing Machine Collective" from 17 July to 7 August 2004 in 1a Space, Cattle Depot Artist Village, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, showcases the works of new media artists from CityU's School of Creative Media.
Basketball players from twelve secondary schools took part in an Inter-School Basketball Invitation Tournament, 24 July, organized by CityU's Student Development Services (SDS) as one of the sports events held in celebration of the University's 20th anniversary.
In a workshop organized by the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management, 20 to 22 July 2004, 38 secondary school participants learned the basics of mechatronic engineering and constructed miniature vehicles. Some outstanding works won the participating teams honors and prizes during a competition held on the last day of the workshop.
"Creativity stems from inspiration. But where can we get inspiration?" asks Christine To, a third-year student in the School of Creative Media, and the youngest scriptwriter in the history of Hong Kong film.
PhD student Mr Mei Yongfeng has won the 2004 Young Scientist Award from the European Materials Research Society in recognition of his outstanding research in microelectronics technology.
From 2 to 12 July 2004 at CityU, "Medialogue: 7.04cm" features over 60 multimedia works by School of Creative Media graduates. An extension of the Show, "Medialogue PLUS @ Club X", jointly organized with LCX and Club X, takes place 16 July to 1 August, at Club X –LCX, Level 3, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, Kowloon.

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