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CityU's Cultural and Sports Committee organised the "City Cultural Salon" on 30 October. Around 40 guests, staff and students came to enjoy and discuss the art of Kunqu.
"Conceptual Feeling Beyond Images - The Works of Hon Chi-fun", an exhibition of more than 30 paintings created by Mr Hon during the past half century, is showing at the CityU Gallery until 9 December.
Thirty-nine CityU students have been presented with the Outstanding Student Award by the English Language Centre for their achievements and positive attitude towards learning English.
CityU held the A+++ Scholarship Schemes Presentation Ceremony on 24 October and awarded scholarships to 44 first-year students who had registered outstanding academic and sporting achievements.
The Department of Information Systems organised a Thank-the-Sponsors Sharing Ceremony for the Integrated Student Development Programme on 24 October during which students talked about their exchange and internship experiences.
CityU introduced its programmes, campus life and facilities to secondary students, parents, teachers and the general public at its annual Information Day on 13 October.
A team of five Faculty of Business students have grabbed three awards from the Young Leadership Development Programme organised by AIA Foundation, outperforming all other participating local institutions.
The latest in a series of major initiatives taken by CityU to help students master English was reported and discussed at a university seminar organised by the Offices of the Dean of Student Learning and Chief Information Officer on 10 October 2007.
Mr David Cheung Wai-sun, a master graduate of the School of Creative Media, has invented a "High Sensitivity Field Interference Wander Detector" to help prevent old people from wandering away. The detector has been installed in six local elderly homes.
CityU is holding "Japan Week 2007" from 9 October to 12 October to enhance students’ understanding of Japanese language and culture.