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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.
An AI software system jointly designed and developed by CityU and the MTR Corporation has been honoured by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence with the “Innovative Application of Artificial Intelligence” Award 2005.
CityU's advanced know-how and technologies are making an impact on the socio-economic development on Hong Kong and the region. Two CityU subsidiary companies, CityU Enterprises Ltd and CityU Professional Services Ltd reported robust growth in 2004 at their joint annual dinner, on 2 February.
Thirty-three judges from Sri Lanka gathered in CityU -- not to adjudicate any legal cases, but to attend the inauguration of the two-week "Short-term Knowledge Sharing Session for Judicial Officers from Sri Lanka", organized by CityU Professional Services Limited, 6 to 17 September.
Twenty-eight course participants in their mid-50's to late 80's, explored what it is like to learn in a university environment, 16 to 20 August, in a 'Mini-U' programme organized by CityU Professional Services Ltd and sponsored by Po Leung Kuk.
In a further push into the mainland China market, a five-member delegation from CityU visited Wuhan in the province of Hubei , 5-8 July 2004. The main purpose of the trip was to ascertain the training needs of relevant Hubei provincial government offices and to explore possibilities for CityU to offer training programmes to Hubei civil servants.
In a move to further promote CityU's provision of professional training and development programmes to meet the needs of the region, in particular the mainland, the CityU Professional Services Ltd establishes the CityU Professional Development Centre in June to facilitate development in this area.
In the face of likely dwindling public funding support over the next few years, City University has to find ingenious ways to generate extra income to help focused on its vision and mission. This responsibility has now largely fallen on the shoulders of Mr James Ng, Executive Director of CityU Extension (CTEX).