Myolie Wu backs new children's development centre in NT Po Leung Kuk, the Foreign Correspondents' Club Hong Kong and Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific are to establish a Children Development and Language Training Centre in a public housing estate in the New Territories. Actress Myolie Wu Hang-yee will become an honorary teacher. Lingnan up there with the rest Nearly 90 per cent of more than 250 employers surveyed said Lingnan University graduates were at least as good as, or even better than, students of other universities. According to the survey commissioned by Lingnan, on a scale of 5 points, students scored 3.85 three years ago compared with 3.88 this year. We know what you did . . . Students at Chinese University of Hong Kong's Chung Chi College have had a fruitful summer, studying and working abroad and taking part in Outward Bound. The college also organised a three-week tour to Guangzhou, where students co-ordinated an enhancement course for local English teachers. CEO to share his wisdom Alex Fong, CEO of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, will deliver the Distinguished Alumni Lecture at University of Hong Kong on October 4. Mr Fong will talk about his career and the role of China as a global citizen. The talk will be held at the Meng Wah Complex. Better safe than sorry Hong Kong Baptist University's new electronic Dangerous Goods/Chemicals Management System won a Safety Technological Achievement Award in the Sixth Hong Kong Occupational Safety and Health Awards Scheme, organised by the Occupational Safety and Health Council. Michael Kwok, acting director of the university's Estates Office, said the system was developed to ensure proper management of dangerous goods on campus. Scouts sign up for collaboration The Scout Association of Hong Kong has become a member of the Consortium of Continuing Education Institutions. This week it signed a memorandum of understanding with the School of Professional Education and Executive Development affiliated to Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the convenor of the consortium. Founded in 2000, the consortium promotes collaboration among continuing education institutions. Chance for alumni to shine Hong Kong Polytechnic University has launched Design Month 2007, an exhibition showcasing the creative works of two outstanding alumni, designer Tommy Li and architect Barrie Ho. Also on display will be 11 student projects in visual communication, advertising, environment and interior, industrial and product. Communicators honoured BaptistU is to honour potential future journalists on Monday in the first Chang Kuo-sin Award for Young Aspiring Communicators, named after the late head of the School of Communication.