Susanna Wong invigorates the retail strategies
Eric Ng starting up to help startups
Daniel Yeung choreographs his own legend
Jimmy Chan Reignites the Hong Kong Spirit
Jo Ngai Builds Dreams on Stage
Lap Man Navigates the Local Startup Scene
Simon Ngai gets marginal youths back on track
Kwok Ying creates space for aesthetic discourse
Wong Tak-sing imitates nature to give flesh to the future
Bonnie Chan’s rise to CFO role in the Fortune 500s
Senior Counsel William Wong raises the bar on and off the court
Richard Tsang explains the arts and sciences of PR
Meet Alan Yip, digital marketing guru
Carmen Lee and Alan To support social enterprises over dim sum and tea
Arnold Chan crusades for educational equality with Teach4HK
Jacqueline So ushers experiential learning into China’s education
Raymond Pai bridges cultures and generations
Kit Wong lives his dreams by helping others live theirs
Sociology alumnus Stephen Shin shares the proudest moments of his directorial career
Alumna and operatic soprano Louise Kwong moves from lead role to lead role
Alumnus Robert Wong builds hope in Third World countries
Laurence Chan and Martin Tsang Push the Frontier of Electric Vehicle Development
Eliza Cheung at the forefront of post-disaster psychological relief
Alumna Chan Loi-che grafts Chinese cursive to the Netherlands to unite East and West.
Chemistry alumnus Timothy Tam takes Chinese medicine to the world stage.
Alumnus and architect Karr Yip delves into three of his design projects and explains how he infuses spatial design with human values.
The first person who introduced Nokia handsets to the Chinese market, Steve Lau morphs into an angel investor to empower young startups.
Engineering alumnus Rex Sham develops the world’s most advanced fire detection robot, achieving public good and profit at the same time.
Akina Fong, journalism alumna and formerly newscaster of TVB News, talks on the new chapter in her life as a full-time freelancer.
Alumna Irene Au is transporting the Vienna Boys Choir schooling from the Capital of Music to Hong Kong, which treats music as major focus and everyday subject.
Information engineering alumnus Tim Lee has been the brain and driving force behind the sea change in Chinese consumer behaviour. Now he hopes to give Hong Kong's tepid mobile payment market a much-needed boost.
Music alumna sang her way to Miss Saigon in New York, and became the first Chinese who lands the title role.
The 38-year-old tells how he plunged straight into business immediately after obtaining his engineering doctorate, and why he is moving out of his comfort zone again to make personalized children's storybooks.