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Chair Professor Michael Hung of the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management has developed two novel technologies that detect structural defects and unstable tiles in buildings.
City University of Hong Kong held its Welcoming Ceremony of the Student Orientation 2005 for undergraduate and associate degree freshmen on 29 August.
The credit-bearing Mainland Summer School, a new initiative by FHS, placed 51 CityU students on mainland campuses in July and August, providing diversified out-of-classroom learning experiences to broaden students' horizons.
CityU hosted the Unveiling Ceremony of Yuan Yunsheng Murals today. The University invited the world-renowned artist Professor Yuan Yunsheng of the Central Academy of Fine Arts to create two murals in celebration of CityU's 20th anniversary.
CityU has responded to the growing demand for Putonghua-speaking professionals in Hong Kong by signing an agreement with the State Language Commission of China to set up a new Putonghua Training and Assessment Centre on campus.
Consumers today are faced with the bother of using different sockets and cables to charge up their various hand-held electronic devices. But imagine charging up your mobile phone, MP3 and PDA all at the same time using just one wireless platform.
CityU's School of Law and Wuhan University jointly organized an International Conference on Legal Issues Relating to the Protection of Bio-safety, 23-24 August, to faciliate an open exchange of views among mainland and regional scholars.
Ms Jiang Shujun, Penny, a PhD Student in the Department of English and Communication at City University of Hong Kong has won an Excellent Paper Award at the Third Conference of the Communication Association of China.
Over 50 students, alumni, staff and Council members of the University enjoyed a sharing cum dinner gathering on 3 August organized by the Community Relations Committee under the University Council to enhance communication within the University community.
Ninety-six enthusiastic senior citizens aged between 50 and 90 graduated with flying colours from their five-day Summer Elderly Programme on 14 August, proving it is never too late to go back to school.

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