City University of Hong Kong
The Dialogue Systems Group

Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics

DSG Research Reported in CityU Today
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 15:12

Our corpus-based research on varieties of English is reported in English in China, CityU Today, Issue 37, 2011.

Congratulations to John!
Wednesday, 07 September 2011 16:49

Congratulations to John, who successfully passed his PhD oral exam on Tuesday 6 Sept.

Alex Fang

Congratulations to Cecilia
Wednesday, 13 July 2011 14:32

Congratulations to Cecilia, who successfully passed her PhD oral exam on Tuesday 12 July.

Alex Fang

Maggie Zhang passed her PhD oral exam
Wednesday, 20 April 2011 17:27

Dear All,

Many congratulations to Maggie, who has passed her PhD oral exam without any further revision.


Kara appointed Director of Open Standards by LISA
Tuesday, 08 February 2011 02:02

Many congratulations to Kara, who has been appointed Director of Open Standards for Localization Industry Standards Association (LISA). Here is a fuller account:


Congratulations to Manigo Chinn
Wednesday, 15 December 2010 16:55

Many congratulations to Manigo Chinn, who successfully passed his MPhil oral exam on Monday 6 December.

Prof Shiu Hung Lee visiting the DSG
Saturday, 27 November 2010 14:27

Prof Shiu Hung Lee, former Director of Medical and Health Department of Hong Kong, visited the Dialogue Systems Group on 26 November 2010 together with Prof Kwong Ka Tsang of the Macau University of Science and Technology.

Professor Shiu Hung LEE SBS ISO JP
MBBS(HK), FRCP (Lond), FFPH (UK), FAFOM (Aust), FFOM (UK), FRACMA (Aust), FHKAM (CM), DPH (Sing), DIH (UK)

Honorary Adviser, School of Public Health and Primary Care
Chairman, Health Promotion on Campus Steering Committee 
Emeritus Professor of Community Medicine, Department of Community and Family Medicine 

Professor Lee has extensive experience in public health at both local and international levels.  He has been the founding president of several professional associations including the Hong Kong College of Community Medicine, the Hong Kong Society for Infectious Diseases, The Hong Kong Health Promotion and Health Education Foundation and Hong Kong Epidemiological Association.

Currently, Professor Lee is the Vice-President of the Hong Kong Tuberculosis, Chest and Heart Diseases Association, President of the World Association of Chinese Public Health Professionals, Honorary President of the Chinese Tuberculosis Association, Chairman of the Prevention of Legionnaires Diseases Association and President of The Hong Kong Health Promotion and Health Education Foundation.  He joined the Chinese University of Hong Kong as Professor and Chairman of Department of Community and Family Medicine in 1994, and later as Director of School of Public Health and Primary Care from 1999 to 2001. Prior to that, Professor Lee served in the Government as a health official for 34 years.  He joined the government in 1960 as a Medical and Health Officer, and by 1989 and up till 1994, was Director of Health.  Professor Lee is Emeritus Professor of Community Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.  He is also Honorary Advisor of the School of Public Health and Primary Care, Advisor for External Affairs of the Institute of Chinese Medicine, and Chairman of the Health promotion on Campus Steering Committee in the University.

Professor Lee has been awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star (SBS) by the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and a Medal from the WHO in recognition of his contributions to public health. Professor Lee has also been awarded by the Asia-Pacific Consortium of Public Health in recognition of his outstanding contribution to public health in Asia – Pacific Region.


Best Student Paper Award to Maggie Zhang
Saturday, 27 November 2010 12:55

Maggie Zhang was awarded the Best Student Paper Award at the recent PACLIC24 in Sendai, Japan, for her submission on the use of CRF for new term recognition. Here is the full citation of her article:

Zhang, X., Y. Song and A.C. Fang. 2010. How Well Conditional Random Fields Can be Used in Novel Term Recognition. In Proceedings of the 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation. Sendai, Japan, 4-7 November 2010. (Best student paper)

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