CityU Emphasises Practical Knowledge

August 15, 2018
SCMP Updates
In CITY CLASS magazine’s latest issue, Professor Way Kuo, president of City University, explains the philosophy behind prioritising society’s future needs

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) at City University publishes its semi-annual and bilingual CITY CLASS magazine to connect with the College’s stakeholders, offering readers a snapshot of CLASS events and achievements in teaching, research, knowledge transfer, student activities, learning experiences, university life and more.

Among many insightful articles, the magazine’s upcoming Issue 7 will feature an interview with Professor Way Kuo, CityU’s president, discussing why emphasis on discovery and innovation are tenets of CityU’s teaching philosophy, and how the university endeavours to promote social advancement by equipping students with practical knowledge and experiences.

Also featured is an inspiring profile on physically challenged student Kiki Hung Mei-ki, who overcomes great hurdles to tirelessly pursue infinite possibilities in the universe of knowledge.

SCMP’s content specialists have been working closely with  CLASS to produce the bilingual, four-colour periodicals since January 2017, from content planning, reporting and photo shooting, to translating, layout and production.

To wrap up this comprehensive end-to-end publication service, SCMP prints, binds and delivers each issue’s print run to CLASS for the latter to distribute to its audience.

Contact SCMP to learn more about how we can assist your organisation with your custom content and publishing needs.


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Against the backdrop of shifting discovery and consumption behaviours, SCMP reaches users across distributed media platforms including, smartphone and tablet apps, social media and messaging platforms, as well as our flagship newspaper.  SCMP is also home to Abacus, a digital news brand focused on China's tech industry; and Inkstone, a daily news brief for those curious about China's growing impact around the world.

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