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Some 14,000 visitors flocked to the campus on CityU's Information Day, 25 September 2004. The event provided prospective students with information and tips for selecting programmes at the University.
CityU’s Industrial Attachment Scheme celebrated another successful year, 23 September, with a HK$930,000 donation to the IAS from the Drs Richard Charles and Esther Yewpick Lee Charitable Foundation.
A scholarly work,“Building Dilapidation and Rejuvenation in Hong Kong" newly published by the City University of Hong Kong Press, provides a holistic study of old buildings maintenance, urban planning and development issues.
The joy of giving prevailed at the “Turn One to Five" celebration tea held in the Purple Zone of the Concourse, 21 September.
In a visit to Beijing 5-9 September 2004, a CityU delegation led by the President, Professor H K Chang, further strengthened the University’s collaboration with mainland partners in the areas of the humanities, social sciences, media and communications.
The City University of Hong Kong successfully bolstered its brand among mainland Chinese and international universities by participating in the Beijing International Education Expo 2004, 24-26 August.
Thirty-three judges from Sri Lanka gathered in CityU -- not to adjudicate any legal cases, but to attend the inauguration of the two-week "Short-term Knowledge Sharing Session for Judicial Officers from Sri Lanka", organized by CityU Professional Services Limited, 6 to 17 September.
Over 100 secondary school students packed CityU's campus on 4 September 2004, to take part in the third Build and Shake Inter-school Competition organised by CityU's Department of Building and Construction.
Some 160 pottery figures make their way to CityU, 6 September to 17 October, 2004. They parade the entrance of the Academic Building, grace the University Circle, and “speak” with the CityU community.
A group of alumni, staff and students have formed the 'Citywalker' team to celebrate the University’s 20th Anniversary. They pledge to raise HK$200,000 for the Oxfam TrailWalker event taking place in November, 2004.

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