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Dr Eva Wong, Director of Education Development Office, led a CityU delegation to attend the Blackboard World '08 conference in the US to share experiences in using the e-learning platform.
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Professor Kenneth Mei Kwai-Hsiang, Honorary Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering, has won the 2009 IEEE Electromagnetics Award, a world-class honour.
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CityU recently established the "Elder Academy", which allows the elderly to partake in different undergraduate courses in the 2008-09 academic year.
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The Faculty of Science and Engineering held its Fun Days from 23 to 25 July, to introduce to secondary students the practical and fascinating aspects of science through laboratory tours and experiments.
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Representatives from Sham Shui Po District Council and District Office visited the campus on 21 July as part of the University's efforts to strengthen relations with the community.
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CityU has been awarded a major consultancy project crucial to the long-term manpower planning and development of the construction industry in Hong Kong.
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Students from CityU and Tianjin University engaged in a debating competition entitled "Does economic globalisation result in cultural globalisation?" on 17 July to examine the interaction of Eastern and Western cultural influences in Hong Kong and Tianjin.
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The Workshop on Professional Image, Business Etiquette and Mock Interview on 15 July kicked off the Career Launch, a programme organised by CAIO to introduce a series of activities to help students prepare for the job market.
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In a bid to bolster communication with students and further understand their needs, Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, had a lunch meeting with the Students' Union Executive Committee.
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The Chinese Civilisation Centre is holding an exhibition of ancient amulets entitled “Chinese Charms: Arts, Religion and Folk Belief”. The exhibits include about 150 artefacts dating from the Han Dynasty to early 20th Century.

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