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Reshaping lives with Peter Pang
Jordan Cheng’s venture into the metaverse
Quintina Leung’s pursuit of happyness
Leanne Tse stewards art with law
PR maven Lorraine Chan on the importance of execution
Sherry Tsai and her endless romance with swimming
Tony Tung creates value and trust with venture capital
How Bankee Kwan grows in wisdom through storms and crises
Alvin Cheung’s dream of mobile rehabilitation
A peek into the realm of insurance where Titus Yu roams
Finding our place in the world of AI with Crystal Fok
Howard Ling on the Management of Social Enterprises
Yip Hiu-wai dishes out appetizing social good
Cheng Che-hoo makes his way from CUHK to the Asia Pacific
Alice Lau strives to tackle social issues in all facets of life
Walden Lam makes fashion more than sustainable
Chan King-cheung shares his insight on journalistic writing
A glimpse into the mind of clinical psychologist Kathleen Kwok
Derek Ng talks about the future of AI chatbots in Hong Kong
Chris Shum’s philosophical perambulations through business and life
Catherine Kwong Shares Her Insights into Leadership Changes and Reflections amid COVID-19
Anthony Ngai, Raymond Yang and Matthew Kwok advocate emotional education
Jonathan Yip opens up a new horizon for his listeners
Edmond Lau on the forefront of FinTech
Sally Chue Combines the Best of Online and Offline Businesses
Lofai Lo energizes Hong Kong’s TV industry
For Alan Lui, Engagement is Key
Phiyona Au Yeung imagines new spatial possibilities
Jack Kong eyes emerging industries
Paediatrician Emily Hung on Parenting
How Savio Fong turned his love for astronomy into a business
Audrey Chan’s Journey into Chinese Medicine
Tat Lam uses blockchain to lift villages out of poverty
Alan Pang on regenerative medicine in Hong Kong
Tim Chan infuses public relations with technology
Stephen Po reveals his secrets for ACG entrepreneurship
Anthony Yuen gives new meaning to ‘Homecoming’
Peter Yan matchmakes tech innovators
Leona Wong straddles the creative and the entrepreneurial
Dorothy Yiu makes her mark in Melbourne
The Tao of Sam Ng’s Dance Steps
Alison Yu conquers the unconquerable
Mac Chan effects positive changes through positive energy
Cindy Chow strives to expand the startup ecosphere
Eric Kuo’s career path straight out of campus
Kelvin Wu creates impact via private equity
Susanna Wong invigorates the retail strategies
Daniel Yeung choreographs his own legend
Jimmy Chan Reignites the Hong Kong Spirit
Jo Ngai Builds Dreams on Stage
‘We Toast HK’ Retells Hong Kong History on Social Media
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
Meet Alan Yip, digital marketing guru
Carmen Lee and Alan To support social enterprises over dim sum and tea
Stephen Li and Jeffrey Hui champion the Graduating Class Gift Campaign
Chung Chi College graduate Mavis Wong on her new life as a reporter
Jacqueline So ushers experiential learning into China’s education
Meet the recipient of the S.H. Ho Eminent College Scholarship
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
Hung Fei-nga speaks out for the marginalized
Alumna and operatic soprano Louise Kwong moves from lead role to lead role
Alumnus Robert Wong builds hope in Third World countries
Vincent Cheng bids farewell to his service in CUHK Council
Laurence Chan and Martin Tsang Push the Frontier of Electric Vehicle Development
Eliza Cheung at the forefront of post-disaster psychological relief
Evelyn Chan talks about the use and value of a degree in literature
Alumna Chan Loi-che grafts Chinese cursive to the Netherlands to unite East and West.
Alumnus and artistic director of Chung Ying Theatre Ko Tin-lung shares untold stories behind his classic plays.
Chemistry alumnus Timothy Tam takes Chinese medicine to the world stage.
Three alumni-cum-fundraisers talk about the role played by the CUHK Convocation, and what makes giving to their alma mater a meaningful thing to do.
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.
Mr. Philip Sin and his wife Betty design and produce sports uniforms for CUHK. Our marathoners and golfers now wear their appreciation and pride for all to see.
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.
'I enjoyed my undergraduate days at CUHK tremendously. When I began to teach here, I did my best to ensure that my students enjoyed their school life as much as I did.'
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.
CUHK celebrates Diversity and Inclusion Week with vim and vigour
Eric Ng starting up to help startups
Kathy Lui takes aim at the matter of the heart
The patron of Lee Woo Sing College relates his early years in Shanghai and Hong Kong, and the principles and virtues that he has lived by.