EMBA programmes rank among the world's best Executive MBA programmes at four Chinese universities, including three in Hong Kong, are among the top 20 in the world, the Financial Times reported. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's course was ranked sixth, the highest for a non-American course, while the Chinese University's EMBA programme was 12th, the highest-ranked independent course in the Asia-Pacific region. City's largest job fair to offer 3,700 openings About 3,700 jobs will be offered at Hong Kong's largest job fair on Thursday at Plaza Hollywood in Diamond Hill. More than 40 companies will offer openings in marketing, retail, catering, business and personal services, and information and communication technology. Commitment to develop HK's role as aviation hub Hong Kong remains committed to developing its role as the premier regional aviation hub, Financial Secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen yesterday told a conference on civil aviation. He reiterated the importance of close co-operation to ensure the safety, security and efficiency of the global aviation market. Justice officials discuss opportunities under CEPA Secretary for Justice Elsie Leung Oi-sie met Beijing's Vice-Minister of Justice Duan Zhengkun to exchange views on opportunities for the legal profession under the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement. Mr Duan is in Hong Kong to obtain first-hand information on the legal profession and judicial system. Full jail term for Alex Ho Alex Ho Wai-to, the Democratic Party member who was sentenced to re-education through labour in Dongguan for allegedly soliciting a prostitute, will spend Lunar New Year in jail. The Beijing-based Fa Zhi Wan Bao quoted a Dongguan police spokesman as saying Ho would serve a full six-month term.