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A series of Science and Engineering Fun Days, organized by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, kicked off on 25 July on campus with laboratory sessions, campus/laboratory tours and talks.
CityU has successfully completed its admission exercise on the mainland this year, with the number of students recruited exceeding targets. Both the quality and quantity of candidates are outstandingly high.
The CityU Press launched 71 titles at the 16th Hong Kong's Book Fair to be held from 20 to 25 July. Eight new books have been made debuts at the Book Fair for university students and the youth.
The independent film "b420" by Mathew Tang, a SCM graduate, has won the Grand Prix in the 19th Fukuoka Film Festival, the first ever winner from Hong Kong.
CityU is one of the first local institutions to participate in the National Joint Entrance Examination Scheme. Many outstanding high-school graduates from Beijing, Tianjin, Guangdong, Guangxi, Shanghai and Jiangsu have already been recruited.
Two academic staff members of CityU, Professor Gerry McCoy and Dr Joseph Kwok, are on this year's HKSAR Chief Executive Honours List in recognition of their valuable contributions to Hong Kong and dedicated community service.
Ten distinguished writers and scholars from across the Strait and overseas tackled these questions at a symposium held 22-23 June entitled “Cultural Traditions and Chinese Creative Writing.
The Pacific Economic Review(PER)has been included in the Social Sciences Citation Index. PER aspires to highlight global economic linkage throughout the Asia Pacific Rim, said Prof Eden Yu, Head of the Department of Economics and Finance and Founding Editor.
Coordinated by the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Justice, the School of Law will collaborate with three mainland universities to launch an Adavanced Training Programme for the National Judicial Examination.
More than 100 alumni attended a “Happy Gathering at CityU” on 7 July to share their views on how to raise their children.

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