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New CityU President|NUS Executive Vice President Mei Yanchang will succeed Guo in May next year

2022-05-17T13:56:33.340Z

The City University of Hong Kong announced that President Guo Wei will retire in May next year. The school board appointed Professor Mei Yanchang, Executive Vice President (Innovation and Enterprise) of the National University of Singapore, to take over as the next President. CityU said that May



The City University of Hong Kong announced that President Guo Wei will retire in May next year. The school board appointed Professor Mei Yanchang, Executive Vice President (Innovation and Enterprise) of the National University of Singapore, to take over as the next President.

CityU said that Professor Mei, who is originally from Siyi County, west of Guangdong, described him as "a passionate inventor" who applied high-performance biomaterials to medical equipment and founded a number of spin-off companies. In 2013, he won the "Presidential Science and Technology Award", the highest honor in Singapore's scientific research community, highlighting his outstanding contribution to the national science and engineering field.


Huang Jiachun, chairman of the CityU Council, said that he was delighted that Mei Yanchang became the next president, and would continue to support Guo Wei and let him perform his duties until the last day of his term.

Ai Langhong, Chair Professor and Acting Dean of the School of Creative Media, also welcomed the appointment of Chang. He believed that Mei Yanchang was the most suitable successor to lead CityU to new heights.

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Source: hk1

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