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Andrew Dutcher, database manager, International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC), participated in the grand opening of the Creativity and Innovation Resources Centre in Hong Kong, China, on November 26. Located in the City Hall Public Library, the new center contains more 1,500 books and other materials about creativity and innovation. With grants from Hong Kong's nongovernmental Creative Initiatives Foundation, Buffalo State's ICSC identified the core 1,000 titles for the collection and integrated them into the Creativity Based Information Resources bibliographic database. College experts also suggested designs for the facility. Opening ceremonies recognized the ICSC as a leader in the field of creativity, as well as Dutcher's work as project manager from 2001 to 2003.