CityU gets donation for mainland judges City University has received HK$4.4 million from the Fu Tak Iam Foundation to pay the tuition and living expenses of mainland judges studying a legal master's programme. The 30 judges were the first batch of legal professionals from the Supreme Court to study at the university after the National Judges School agreed to send 30 serving judges to the programme every year. They will study at City University for a year before heading to Columbia University for a one-month law course. Fellowship programme for journalists Nanyang Technological University in Singapore has launched a fellowship programme for Asian journalists to strengthen their understanding about the media and communication industry. The fully funded fellowship has 15 places. For information, visit ajf.sg. Green carnival to be held for students Baptist University will hold an environmental carnival featuring games and exhibition displays on green issues for Form Four to Seven students next Saturday. The carnival will be hosted by a group of environmental conservation associate degree students who will share their experience of working for local green groups during the summer break. Schools can call 3411 3022 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . Lingnan to honour three people Lingnan University will confer honorary degrees on three people on October 21 in recognition of the contributions to the community. The recipients are Simon Kwok Siu-ming, chairman of cosmetics giant SaSa, lawyer and former lawmaker Moses Cheng Mo-chi and the chair of the Lingnan Foundation's board of trustees, Shirley Lau Mow.