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The 2013 LIVAC Pan-Chinese Celebrity Roster released on 2 January 2014 by the Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics of CityU sees political issues dominating press coverage in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong.
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Dr Börje Ljunggren, former Swedish Ambassador to China and Vietnam, delivered a lecture on China’s economic rise and US pivot to Asia at CityU on 27 February.
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Professor Aziz Al-Azmeh of the Central European University delivered a lecture on classical Arabic civilisation at CityU on 19 December, the first in the Introduction to World Civilisations lecture series.
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The 11th in a series of specially commissioned lectures celebrating academic excellence at CityU reviewed a universal human desire, namely the pursuit of happiness.
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More than 800 scholars and researchers participated in two international conferences organised by the Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics to discuss phonetic science and language.
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World civilisation scholars exchanged views on how to develop a world civilisation course at CityU.
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The potential for interconnectivity between the theories of three major scholars in linguistics and language studies was the focus of attention at a recent symposium at CityU.
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Professor Zhang Longxi, Chair Professor of Comparative Literature and Translation at CityU, has been invited to deliver lectures at Harvard University, Yale University and Wesleyan University in the US from 12 to 15 April.
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The first lecture of the Humanities Lecture Series featured Professor Zhang Longxi, Chair Professor of Comparative Literature and Translation, addressing the perceived gap between science and the humanities and the East and West, on 15 September.
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The Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics organised an International Conference on the Teaching and Learning of World Civilisations, providing an opportunity for top scholars to exchange views on the study of the topic.

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