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Travel through time at “Cabinets of Curiosities” exhibition
Organised in collaboration with Le French May Arts Festival, the exhibition is being held from 25 May to 19 August at CityU Exhibition Gallery.
principal lunch
A lunch reception hosted by Professor Way Kuo, President, helped to strengthen partnerships with secondary school principals.
IAS Distinguished Lecture
The phenomenon of a sliding drop on a surface is far from quantitatively understood, said Professor Dr Hans-Jürgen Butt at the latest IAS Distinguished Lecture on 15 May.
ARTS + iNNOVATION at CityUCRI, which opened on 11 May, will provide public space for applied research, training and incubation for creative media and digital society-related industries.
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A new scholarship scheme set up by CityU offers talented applicants help with tuition fees and promotes diverse learning opportunities such as overseas exchanges and leadership training.
A delegation led by Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, took part in the 13th Xuanzang Road Business School Gobi Challenge held recently. 
CityU distinguished lectures
The role of education for sustainable development and Fu Ssu-nien’s Manifesto of an Institute were the subjects of two CityU Distinguished Lectures.
Professor Kuo delivers the keynote speech at the 2018 Molecular Imaging Instrumentation Conference.
Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, was invited to be the plenary speaker at the 2018 Molecular Imaging Instrumentation Conference held from 15 to 17 April.
A new app for communicating satisfaction with public policies was introduced by Professor Richard Walker on 19 April at the latest talk in the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
An international research team led by CityU has discovered that diamonds at nanoscale can undergo ultralarge, fully reversible elastic deformation.
Innovative technology turning waste textiles into usable products developed by the School of Energy and Environment earns a gold medal in Geneva.
More than 100 senior secondary students learned how to set goals for their future lives at CityU’s “Setting goals today for a brighter future” programme on 14 April.
CityU France-Hong Kong Distinguished Lecture
A Nobel Laureate in chemistry, Professor Jean-Pierre Sauvage, delivered the latest installment of the France–Hong Kong Distinguished Lecture Series.
Results of the research project titled “A Study of Career Aspirations between university students in Hong Kong and Taiwan” were published by CityU’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
A research project published by CityU on 12 April found significantly divergent views between university students in Hong Kong and Taiwan regarding future career development.
TKP
CityU has received a HK$3 million donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation to fund three programmes to promote Chinese culture.
Professor Shih Shou-chien, Academician at Academia Sinica, delivered a distinguished lecture on the image of modern East Asian women at CityU on 27 March.
Dr Haywood Cheung was conferred the 5th Distinguished Alumni Award of CityU in recognition of his achievements and contributions to the finance sector, CityU and society in Hong Kong.
Social integration through soccer was the theme for a tournament organised by CityU’s City–Youth Empowerment Project and Street Soccer Hong Kong.
On the road
A group of promising young Chinese artists offers a stimulating representation of the media art scene today through 40 fascinating new media artworks to be exhibited at CityU beginning 24 March.
Mr Harsh Agrawal, an outstanding creative media graduate from CityU, was part of the animation team for the film Coco, which won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature this year.
More than 60 state-level Russian ministers and senior government officials take part in a programme at CityU.
IAS Distinguished Lecture
Two Swedish scholars discussed cooperative road freight transport and the neuropeptide galanin system in depression disorder respectively at CityU’s IAS Distinguished Lecture Series.
The Employers’ Luncheon raised awareness among major local employers about CityU’s educational philosophy and showcased students’ talents and their outstanding achievements.
Mr Jeff Nankivell
The second dialogue activity in CityU’s “Dialogue Series with Consuls General” featured Mr Jeff Nankivell, Consul General of Canada in Hong Kong and Macao.
Naming of Allen Shi Lop Tak Executive Classroom
Executive Classroom 6208 in the Lau Ming Wai Academic Building has been named the “Allen Shi Lop Tak Executive Classroom”.