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EAST-WEST TALK, GIS REOPENING CEREMONY, EXHIBITION

On 24 October 2000, Prof. Shumel Noah Eisenstadt of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem delivered his lecture The Relationship between Modernity and Democratisation to the HKBU community. The transcript of his lecture can be found in the Novermber 2000 issue of East-West Dialogue.

Prof. Eisenstadt's lecture was well attended by the HKBU community as well as diplomats from Israel and Hungary.

GIS Reopening Ceremony, 2 November 2000. Prof Frank Fu, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences (l.) meets Mr. Bruce Gillies, Consul, Consulate General of Canada.

Prof. Werner Meissner (centre) shakes hand with Ms Anke Schlimm, consul (culture, press & consular affairs), Consulate General of Germany.

Mr. David Ting, Head of Office, Office of the European Commission in Hong Kong, delivers his keynote speech Framing Common Foreign & Security Policy in Europe at the Reopening Ceremony.

Mr. David Ting of the European Commission.

Exhibition, One Thousand Years of Hungarian Music, 14-28 February 2001. From left to right, Mr. Gyorgy Ujlaki, consul, Consulate General of Hungary; Mr. Andrew Cheung, Dept. of MFA, HKBU; Mrs. Shirley Leung, Library, HKBU; Dr. Helen Yang, Dept. of MFA, HKBU; Mr. Frederick Ng, Library, HKBU; Prof. Werner Meissner, Dept. of GIS, HKBU; Mr. Yeung Tat, Dept. of GIS, HKBU; Mr. Laszlo Vizi, consul general, Consulate General of Hungary.

Mr. Gyorgy Ujlaki, consul, Consulate General of Hungary (l.) talking to Mr. Andrew Cheung (centre) and Dr. Helen Yang at the exhibition.



Global Technologies and Local Applications: The Internet and Political Participation in Hong Kong

Marketing Culture in the European Union

Exhibition, Visa for Life: Diplomats who Rescued Jews

International Forum with HKMAES


Conference of France and Germany in Sino-European Relations


Concluding Seminar of the Europe Asia Business Internship Programme

Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland at the Thershold of the 21st Century

ZKM Public Lectures

Conference: Chinese & European Literature, Mutual Influence and Perspectives

 

 


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