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Uniquely designed visitor centre opens at CityU


Chan Pui-fun
The outlook of the recently opened Visitor Centre.
The outlook of the recently opened Visitor Centre.

 

The design of the recently opened Visitor Centre at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) reflects CityU’s culture of innovation and openness.

The centre, located on 3/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, sports a distinctive sphere-shaped reception area that visitors can enjoy roaming around during and outside opening times.

Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, opens the new Visitor Centre.
Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, opens the new Visitor Centre.

 

Student helpers show Professor Kuo how the interactive digital panel on the TV Wall works.
Student helpers show Professor Kuo how the interactive digital panel on the TV Wall works.

 

The Visitor Centre is a key portal for visitors who want to know more about CityU.
A wide range of CityU branded souvenirs is available at the Visitor Centre.

 

There is ample space for displaying souvenirs plus the showpiece of the centre: a substantial interactive TV wall that reveals rich multi-media content such as motion-detection games for multiple users. It broadcasts stories about CityU’s most recent accomplishments as well.

The centre is also a cashless shop selling CityU branded stationery, clothing, ornaments and other great souvenirs. There is something for everyone at the centre!