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CityU will confer honorary doctoral degrees on The Hon Mr Justice Patrick Chan, Dr Chow Yei-ching, GBS and Mr Sze Chi-ching, JP in recognition of their significant contribution to education and the well-being of society.
CityU and the Correctional Services Department co-organized a forum to discuss social capital and rehabilitation services on 12 September.
Twenty-one CityU social work teachers have contributed to a new book Hold On to Your Faith—30 Letters to Social Work Students, emphasizing the importance of professional ethics and humanitarian values in social work education and practice.
Three final-year students of Associate of Social Science in Social Work are on a three-month block placement in Longgang of Shenzhen, after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between CityU's Community College and Youth League of Longgang, PRC.
Division of Social Studies, Community College of City University, showcased a total of 31 Associate of Social Science in Leisure and Tourism Management final-year student projects.
A young AIDS campaigner from Fujian, Bai Zhiyi, shared his experiences with Division of Social Studies students during his visit to CityU, 3-7 September.
Associate Degree students participating in the Community College's Career Exposure Programme won high praise from employers and realized that skills acquired in different workplace settings are transferable.
How can Hong Kong enhance its appeal to tourists? By re-vamping its cultural heritage sites, or by exploring new attractions? The first batch of Associate Degree students majoring in Leisure and Tourism Management presented how to market Hong Kong as a tourist attraction at the final year project exhibition, 21-23 April.
Around 40 students of the Division of Social Studies (DSS), who participated in a 10-day trip to Taipei and Beijing, shared their experiences on 12 March. The trip was a soul-searching journey during which students compared youth behaviour of Hong Kong, Taipei and Beijing, and reflected on their own roles in society.
With the Hong Kong community busy preparing for the District Election on 23 November, the City University of Hong Kong Press launched a timely new title—Political Consequences of Electoral Systems: The Hong Kong Proportional Representation System—on 18 November. The book outlines the development of electoral systems in Hong Kong.

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