College Members
Faculty of Arts
Ms. Almariana Jessica ACUÑA
BA (N. Carolina); MA (Belmont)
Assistant Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Ms. Maggie M.K. CHAN
陳美祺女士
BA (York, UK); MPhil (Cantab); PGDE (HK)
Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Miss Jenna Lara COLLETT
BA (Hons), MA (Rhodes)
Assistant Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Dr. Christelle DAVIS
BA, MA (Technol. Syd.); CertTESOL (Oxf. Coll., Barcelona); PhD (Syd.)
Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Dr. Sylwia Dorota EJMONT
BA (Ill.); MA (Loyola); PhD (Mich.)
Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Mr. Bernd ESCH
MA (Trier)
Lecturer, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages
Professor Olivia O.Y. KWONG
鄺藹兒教授
BSocSc (HKU); MPhil, PhD (Cantab)
Assoicate Professor, Department of Translation
Dr. Jose S.H. LAI
賴陳秀卿博士
BA, MA (Syd.); GradDipEd (Syd. Teachers Coll.); PhD (Macq.)
Director, English Language Teaching Unit; Coordinator of English Language Programme, Wu Yee Sun College
Ms Maggie M.K. LAU
劉美岐小姐
BA (CUHK); MA (Warw.)
Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Ms. Miranda K.Y. LEE
李幗怡女士
BS (San Francisco State); MSc (CityU); PGDE, MEd (HKIEd)
Assistant Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Ms. Yun LI
李耘女士
BEcon (Central Univ. of Fin. & Econ.); MA (Capital Normal)
Senior Lecturer (Division Head), Putonghua Programme Division (CES), Yale-China Chinese Language Centre
Mr. Louis Jean MUNSCH
BA, MA (Mulhouse)
Lecturer, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages
Professor Haihua PAN
潘海華教授
MA from Wuhan University, China; PhD, the University of Texas at Austin, USA
Chairman & Professor, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages
Professor Ming-kay POON
潘銘基教授
BA, MPhil, PhD (CUHK)
Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature;
Associate Dean of Students and Coordinator of Chinese Language Programme,
Wu Yee Sun College
Professor Jia TAN
譚佳教授
BA (Tsinghua); MA, PhD (S. Calif.)
Assistant Professor, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies
Miss Maria Consuelo VEGA LEON
BA (Malaga, Spain); MA (Granada, Spain)
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages
Dr. Alina WAN
BCom (Tor.); MA, PhD (CityU)
Lecturer, English Language Teaching Unit
Professor Ka-ming WU
胡嘉明教授
BSSc, MPhil (CUHK) ; MPhil, PhD (Col.)
Associate Professor, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies
Faculty of Medicine
Professor Anthony W.H. CHAN
陳永鴻教授
BMedSc, MB ChB (CUHK); FRCPA; FHKCPath; FHKAM (Pathology)
Associate Professor, Department of Anatomical and Cellular Pathology
Professor Stephen L. CHAN
陳林教授
MB BS (HK); MRCP (UK); FHKCP; FHKAM (Medical Oncology)
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Oncology
Professor Siu-tim CHEUNG
張兆恬教授
BSc, PhD (CUHK); FIBMS (UK)
Associate Professor, Department of Surgery
Professor Philip W.Y. CHIU
趙偉仁教授
MB ChB, MD (CUHK); FRCSEd; FCSHK; FRCSEd(Gen); FHKAM (Surgery)
Assistant Dean of Medicine; Professor, Department of Surgery
Professor Charing C.N. CHONG
莊清寧教授
MB ChB, MSc (CUHK); MRCSEd; FCSHK; FHKAM (Surgery); FRCSEd(Gen)
Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
Dr. Elaine Y.K. CHOW
周怡君博士
BSc (London), MBChB (Hons), MSc Clinical Research (Sheffield), PhD (Sheffield), MRCP (UK)
Clinical Lecturer, Phase 1 Clinical Trial Centre and Department of Medicine & Therapeutics
Professor Joseph T.F. LAU
劉德輝教授
BSSc (CUHK); MA, PhD (UC, Berkeley)
Associate Director and Professor, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care; Head, Division of Behavioral Health and Health Promotion
Professor Albert LEE
李大拔教授
MB BS (Lond.); DCH (I); DipFamMed, MPH, MD (CUHK); FRACGP; FHKCFP; FHKAM (Family Medicine); FRIPHH; FFPH; FRCPI; FRSH; Foreign Associate, IOM
Director of Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion; Professor (Clinical), The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care; Associate Dean of General Education, Wu Yee Sun College
Professor Diana T.F. LEE
李子芬教授
RN; RM; PRDipHealthCareEd (H.K. Polytech.); MSc (Edin.); PhD (CUHK)
Professor of Nursing, The Nethersole School of Nursing
Dr. Lancelot W.H. MUI
梅維浩博士
BS (Wis.-Madison); MPH (Emory); PhD (CUHK)
Lecturer, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care;
Associate Dean of General Education, Wu Yee Sun College
Professor Johnson Z. WANG
王子昕教授
BMed (PKU), MMed (PKU), PhD (CUHK)
Research Assistant Professor; Centre for Health Behaviours Research, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care
Professor Grace L.H. WONG
黃麗虹教授
MB ChB, MD (CUHK); MRCP (UK); FHKCP; FHKAM (Medicine)
Professor, Department of Medicine and Therapeutics
Professor Joey Z.Y. YANG
楊祖耀教授
BMedSc (PKU), MMedSc (PKU), PhD (CUHK)
Research Assistant Professor, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care
Professor Baoting ZHANG
張保亭教授
MB (Henan Coll. of TCM); MM (Chengdu Univ. of TCM); MD (Shanghai Univ. of TCM)
Assistant Director, School of Chinese Medicine
Professor Joan Z. ZHO
左中教授
BS (W. China Univ. of Med. Sc.); PhD (Alta.)
Director and Professor, School of Pharmacy
Faculty of Social Science
Mr. Wilson W.S. CHAN
陳偉信先生
BSSc, MPhil (CUHK)
Lecturer, Global Studies Programme
Professor Nicole W.T. CHEUNG
鄭慧婷教授
BSSc, MPhil, PhD (CUHK)
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology
Professor Chi-yue CHIU
趙志裕教授
BSSc, MPhil (HKU), MA, MPhil, PhD (Col.)
Dean, Faculty of Social Science; Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology
Professor Po-chung CHOW
周保松教授
BA (CUHK); MA (York, UK); PhD (Lond.)
Associate Professor, Department of Government & Public Administration
Professor Letty Y.Y. KWAN
關欣儀教授
BA (Mich.); MA, PhD (Ill.)
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
Professor Annisa C.H. LEE
李賴俊卿教授
B.A. University of Houston at Central Park, M.A.C.E., M.A.B.S. Dallas Theological Seminary, Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Associate Professor, School of Journalism & CommunicationAssociate Professor, School of Journalism & Communication; Director of Creativity Lab, Wu Yee Sun College
Professor Patrick W.L. LEUNG
梁永亮教授
BSocSc, MSocSc (HK); PhD (Sheff.)
Professor, Department of Psychology
Professor Terry T.F. LEUNG
梁芷芳教授
BSocSc (HK); MA (York, UK); PhD (CUHK); RSW
Associate Professor, Department of Social Work
Professor Hui LIN
林琿教授
DipEng (Wuhan Tech. Univ. of Survey. & Map.); MS (Chinese Acad. of Sc.); MA, PhD (SUNY)
Director, Institute of Space & Earth Information Science; Chen Shupeng Professor of GeoInformation Science
Professor Zheng SONG
宋錚教授
BEcon (Shanghai Inst. for Foreign Trade); MEcon (Fudan); MPhil (Lond.); PhD(Stockholm)
Professor, Department of Economics
Professor Mike K.F. WONG
黃嘉輝教授
BA, MPhil (HKU); MBA (HKUST/Northwestern)
Professor of Practice, School of Journalism and Communication
Dr. Ka-ho YU
余家豪博士
BA (Keele); MSc (UCL); PhD (Lond.)
Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Social Science
Mr. Leung is the project manager of the College campus construction. He also serves as a member of the Campus Environment Committee of the College.

Email address: stephenleung@bld.msmail.cuhk.edu.hk
Ms Wong is the Senior Programme Manager of the Office of Academic Links (China), CUHK. She has rich experience in serving tertiary education institutes in Hong Kong and in various units.

Email Address: samanthawong@cuhk.edu.hk
Professor Xiao obtained her M.A. and Ph.D. in Adult and Continuing Education from the Michigan State University, USA. Her research interests include education and training for human resource development in transition, economic effects of education and training, and policy analysis of educational reform in China. Professor Xiao received the "Outstanding Ph.D Dissertation Award" by Michigan Association for Adult and Continuing Education and "2004 Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award" by Academy of Human Resource Development. She has served as Guest Speaker for Tsinghua University, Editorial Board Member of China Association of Economics of Education, Human Resource Development Quarterly and International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology.

Email Address: xiaojinhk@gmail.com
Honorary Fellow
Professor Rance P.L. LEE
李沛良教授
Founding Master of Wu Yee Sun College;
Overseer of Wu Yee Sun College;
Emeritus Professor of Sociology, CUHK
Professor Rance P.L. Lee joined the Planning Committee of Wu Yee Sun College in 2007 to deliberate on the mission and vision of this new College, and was invited to serve as the Founding Master of the College from 2011 until his retirement in July 2017.

Professor Lee graduated from the Department of Sociology at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Chung Chi College) in 1965. After obtaining his PhD from the University of Pittsburgh in 1968, he immediately returned to Hong Kong to teach sociology at his Alma Mater. He became Chair Professor of Sociology in 1984. During his long service as faculty member, he took on many administrative duties on top of teaching and research responsibilities at the university: he served variously as Director of the Social Research Centre, Dean of Social Science, Chairman of the Department of Sociology, Chairman of the Advisory Board of Continuing and Professional Studies, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Physical Education, Chairman of the Management Committee of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies. The highlight of his services, however, was his tenure as Head of Chung Chi College from 1994 to 2004, in which he contributed much not only to Chung Chi College, but to the overall development of the university's college system.

Professor Lee was a pioneer in medical and health sociology in Hong Kong, and led many surveys on social issues and medical problems in both Hong Kong and China. As an academic, his services to the community included advising government bodies as well as other community organizations including: the Central Policy Unit, the Social Welfare Advisory Committee, the Research Grants Council, the Advisory Committee on Social Work Training and Manpower Planning, the Council on Human Reproductive Technology, the Health Services Research Committee, the Police Education and Welfare Trust Management Committee, the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, the Release Under Supervision Board, the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund Council, and the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal Panel. In 1992, Professor Lee was appointed as Non-official Justice of the Peace, was made an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in 1997. He was conferred Honorary Fellowship by CUHK in 2010.
Honorary Advisors
Professor Song-hing CHANG
張雙慶教授
(General Education)
Professor Norris M.N. LAM
林曼雅教授
(Corporate Social Responsibility)
Professor Peter Y.K. LAM
林業強教授
(Art)
Professor Hon-ching LEE
利漢楨教授
(Art)
Professor John MINFORD
閔福德教授
(Chinese Culture and Translation)
Mr. Bernard Y.S. SUEN
孫耀先先生
(Design Thinking)
Professor Tak-jun WONG
黃德尊教授
(Business Studies)
Professor Kung-hing YUNG
容拱興博士
(Campus Planning)
Professor Song-hing CHANG
Honorary Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Former Associate Head, United College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professor Chang graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and his research interests include dialectology, Chinese etymology and phonology, and Chinese fiction. Professor Chang has served as Dean of General Education and is currently Senior College Tutor of United College.
Professor Norris M.N. LAM
Managing Partner & President, Forbes Private Capital Group Asia

Professor Lam graduated with a B.A. in International Business from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and has served as Vice President at Guggenheim Partners in New York, Director at HSBC Alternative Investment Group in Hong Kong and Managing Director at Guggenheim Securities Hong Kong. Professor Lam is the Founder and Board of Directors member of Youth Arch Foundation, as well as the Chairman of the Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards Organizing Committee. She is currently Adjunct Professor of the University's Department of Finance.
Professor Peter Y.K. LAM
Honorary Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Former Director, Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Professor Lam is an art historian as well as a museum professional. His scholarly works on Chinese ceramics, calligraphy rubbings and decorative arts are widely published. Professor Lam was awarded the Medal of Honour by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2007 for his valuable contribution to the promotion of the study of Hong Kong's archaeology. Professor Lam is also the Associate Professor (by courtesy) of Deparment of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Professor Hon-Ching LEE
Artist

Professor Lee received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Oregon in 1967 and taught sculpture and printmaking at the college level for about twenty-five years. He is serving as Art Advisor of Chung Chi College and United College of CUHK and has given invaluable advice to the Colleges on art exhibitions, workshops and visiting artist activities.
Professor John MINFORD
Professor, School of Culture, History & Language Australian National University College of Asia and the Pacific

Professor Minford is a renowned sinologist and literary translator of Chinese classics such as The Story of the Stone and The Art of War. He has held a number of prominent teaching posts in mainland China, Hong Kong and New Zealand, including those of Chair Professor of Chinese at Auckland University, Chair Professor of Translation at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Dean of the School of Arts and Social Sciences of the Open University of Hong Kong and Professor of Chinese cum Head of China and Korea Centre of the Australian National University.
Mr. Bernard Y.S. SUEN
Project Director, Center for Entrepreneurship,The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Management


Mr. Suen has worked in the ICT industry for over twenty years with domestic, PRC, and international consulting and management experiences. He joined the Center for Entrepreneurship of CUHK since 2007 with a focus to develop educational programs in entrepreneurship for the creative and cultural industries and to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration, innovation, and technology commercialization.
Professor Tak-jun WONG
Joseph A. DeBell Professor of Business Administration, Leventhal School of Accounting, Marshall Business School, University of Southern California

Professor Wong has served CUHK as Choh-Ming Li Professor of Accountancy and Director of the Center for Institutions and Governance. He was also the Dean of the CUHK Business School from 2008 to 2013. He received his BA in Economics (summa cum laude) from Dickinson College, and MBA and PhD degrees from UCLA. Before joining CUHK, he taught at the University of Maryland - College Park and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Professor Wong has published numerous research articles in finance and accounting journals such asJournal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies,and Contemporary Accounting Research. His research was featured in the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Globe and Mail, the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong Economic Journal, and was used in the U.S. congressional testimony on Securities Fraud Litigation. Professor Wong currently serves as an editor of The Accounting Review and has served in various editorial boards including Review of Accounting Studies, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting. He is an honorary professor of University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China and served as the president of the Chinese Accounting Professors’ Association of North America in 2006-2007.
Professor Kung-hing YUNG
Former Chairman, Department of Biology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Senior College Tutor, Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Professor Yung has taught in the Department of Biology of CUHK for twenty-seven years. Since his retirement in 1996, he has been serving Chung Chi College as Senior College Tutor. Professor Yung has extensive experience in campus planning. He was Chairman of Department of Biology from 1970 to 1974 and Dean of Students of Chung Chi College from 1992 to 1996.
Affiliated Fellows
Dr. Tai-keung KAN
靳埭強博士
Former Dean, Cheung Kong School of Art & Design Shantou University
Mr. Sai-yung LAU
劉世鏞先生
Executive Chairman of Union Alpha CPA Limited
Mr. John K.H. LEE
李劍雄先生
Solicitor of Lee & Wu, Solicitors
Professor Paul S.N. LEE
李少南教授
Professor, School of Communication, Hang Seng Management College
Dr. Victor S.K. LEE
李仕權博士
Executive Director, The Hong Kong Management Association
Mr. Peter T.W. YAM
任達榮先生
Non-Executive Director, Continental Holdings Limited
Dr. Tai-keung KAN
World-renowned designer & artist
Former Dean, Cheung Kong School of Art & Design Shantou University


As a world-renowned designer and artist, Dr. Kan has earned numerous awards including the 'Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons' award in 1979 and the Urban Council Design Grand Award in 1984; he was also the first Chinese citizen to be included in the 1995 'Who's Who in Graphic Design' of Switzerland. He was conferred the Honour of Bronze Bauhinia Star and the Honor of Silver Bauhinia Star in 1999 and 2010 respectively.
Dr. Kan is actively involved in educating and promoting art and design profession and has served as Dean of the Cheung Kong School of Art and Design, Shantou University. He is now a fellow member of Hong Kong Designers Association; a member and the Chairman of Chinese Committee of the Alliance Graphique Internationale; an advisor of the Leisure & Cultural Services Department; and the Honorary Advisor of Hong Kong Museum of Art.
Mr. Sai-yung LAU
Certified Public Accountant
Executive Chairman of Union Alpha CPA Limited
Former Chairman of the Convocation of CUHK


Mr. Lau serves as Overseer of the College since 2016. He graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Chung Chi College) and is the sole-proprietor of Lau SY & Co., Executive Chairman of Union Alpha CPA Limited and Director of a number of companies in Hong Kong and overseas. He is a Certified Public Accountant (Practising) and member of several renowned professional bodies. Mr. Lau has over 35 years of experience in the profession of accounting.
Mr. Lau is also an advocate in education and community services. He is the founder of the 'Xiao Bian Dan Operation', Director of the Education Foundation of the Federation of the Alumni Associations of CUHK, Director of Hong Kong Shun Lung Yan Chak Charitable Foundation Limited and also holds honorary positions in various schools, charitable and non-profit-making organizations. In addition, he served as Council Member and Chairman of the Convocation of CUHK. Mr. Lau was awarded the 'Outstanding Accountant Ambassadors Award (2004)' by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) in recognition of his voluntary services with dedication, commitment and contributions to the community. He was also conferred Honorary Fellowship by CUHK in 2006.
Mr. John K.H. LEE
Solicitor of Lee & Wu, Solicitors
2017-18 President, The Federation of Alumni Associations of CUHK
Former Vice-Chairman of the Convocation of CUHK

Mr. Lee graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (United College) with Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. He has worked for several leading financial institutions and insurance companies. Mr. Lee pursued further studies in law and obtained a Bachelor Degree in laws and Master Degree in laws.
Mr. Lee is now a practicing solicitor of Lee & Wu, Solicitors. He served as the 18th President of the Federation of Alumni Associations of CUHK and has been the elected member of the Standing Committee of the Convocation of CUHK since its establishment in 1993. Mr. Lee is at present a member of the Planning Committee for Wu Yee Sun College, the Vice-Chairman of the CUHK Convocation and Council Member of CUHK. He also acts as honorary legal consultant for various social services organizations.
Prof. Paul S.N. LEE
Professor, School of Communication, Hang Seng Management College
Former Professor in the School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK
Former Dean of Social Science, CUHK


Prof. Lee is one of the six founding fellows of Wu Yee Sun College. He received his first and master’s degrees from CUHK and his PhD degree from the University of Michigan. He joined CUHK in 1986 and has contributed to the development and management of the University in a multitude of capacities, e.g. as Director of the School of Journalism and Communication, Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, and Dean of Social Science, while energetically keeping up the momentum of his scholarly pursuits. An expert in international/intercultural communication, telecommunications policy, development communication and media criticism, Prof. Lee engages in timely and valuable research of topical interest, and actively participates in international conferences. He also collaborated with overseas and mainland scholars to conduct research projects, including a cross-cultural study on the flow of foreign media culture and people’s responses to it, and the first comparative study of Internet communication in Chinese societies. A pioneer in the study of China and Hong Kong telecommunications, he is the first academic to be appointed as a member of the Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority in 1990-92 by the Hong Kong Government. In 1999, he was nominated as an Associate Fellow by the international communication network of the UNESCO, Orbicom. Prof. Lee has published widely at major cities all over the world and has authored and edited 14 books and numerous book chapters. He is also the founding chief editor of the Chinese Journal of Communication (Routledge).
Dr.Victor S.K. LEE
Executive Director, The Hong Kong Management Association
Former Director, School of Continuing & Professional Studies


Dr. Lee has served as Executive Director of The Hong Kong Management Association since 2012. He has over 25 years of experience in the tertiary education sector and has held prominent positions, including the Director of CUHK School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Founding Head of Department of Applied Computing; Founding Head of Master of Business Administration Programme; and Department Head of Management of The Open University of Hong Kong. Dr Lee is experienced in collaboration with overseas institutions and has extensive networks in China, and has substantial teaching experience in overseas tertiary institutions including The American University of Paris, France; State University of New York, USA; and University of East Asia, Macau.
Dr Lee holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Management Systems from University of London, UK; an MBA from the University of Strathclyde, UK; a Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge, UK; as well as a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics & Computer Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Mr. Peter T.W. YAM
Non-Executive Director, Continental Holdings Limited
Former Deputy Commissioner of Hong Kong Police Force


Mr. Yam is the former Deputy Commissioner of Hong Kong Police. After joining the Force in 1972, he held a variety of important posts during his 37 years of service, such as Superintendent in the Dorset Constabulary of United Kingdom on exchange secondment scheme; Head of Organized Crime and Triad Bureau; Commandant of Police Tactical Unit; Director of Management Services and Director of Operations etc. He was promoted to the rank of Deputy Commissioner of Police in 2007 and was Deputy Commissioner, Operations, till retirement in 2010.
During his career in the Force, Mr. Yam has received various awards for his distinguished performance in the Force and outstanding service to the community, including the Colonial Police Long Service Medal with 3rd clasp, the Colonial Police Medal for Meritorious Service and the Hong Kong Police Medal for Distinguished Service, the Chief Executive's Commendation and the Silver Bauhinia Star Medal etc.
Mr. Yam has been serving as the General Manager, Business Development and Mining in Continental Holdings Limited since mid July 2011.
Senior College Tutors
Ms. Stella M.C. CHAN
陳美貞女士
Professor Kwai-cheong CHAU
鄒桂昌教授
Professor Francis K. H. CHEUNG
張國洪教授
Professor Tak-sing CHEUNG
張德勝教授
Professor Stephen W.K. CHIU
趙永佳教授
Mr. Louis S.K. HEUNG
香世傑先生
Ms. Vivian Y.Y. HO
何婉兒女士
Mr. Philip K.H. LEUNG
梁光漢先生
Mr. Wai-hung TANG
鄧惠雄先生
Professor Hugh Alun Lloyd THOMAS
譚安厚教授
Professor Poon-yee TSAO (Penyeh)
曹本冶教授
Mr. Hardy S.C. TSOI
蔡錫昌先生
Professor Hin-wah WONG
黃顯華教授
Ms. Stella M.C. CHAN

Ms. Chan has extensive work experience in government departments and tertiary education institutions. She currently serves as Member of Catering Services Committee, Campus Environment Committee and Working Group for Rance Lee Mentorship Programme.
Professor Kwai-cheong CHAU
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Geography & Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professor Chau served as Dean of Students of United College from 1998 to 2001 as well as Warden of Hang Seng Hall, United College for 17 years. He has also taken up prominent posts in community services such as Chairman of Country and Marine Parks Board and Deputy Chairman of Advisory Council for the Environment.
Professor Francis K. H. CHEUNG
Former Associate Professor, Department of Decision Sciences & Managerial Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professor Cheung obtained his Bachelor in Social Science from CUHK, and his PhD from Michigan State University. He taught at the Department of Decision Sciences & Managerial Economics until his retirement in 2017.
Professor Tak-sing CHEUNG
Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professor Cheung graduated from the Department of Sociology, Chung Chi College, CUHK. He then pursued his M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has taught at the Department of Sociology for over 30 years. His research and teaching interests are mainly in Confucianism and modernity as well as sociological studies of Chinese social thought. Other than several books written in Chinese, his publication appears in such journals as Social Justice Research, Journal of Business Ethics, European Journal of East Asian Studies, and Social Behavior and Personality, etc.
Professor Stephen W.K. CHIU
Chair Professor in Sociology, Department of Social Sciences, The Education University of Hong Kong
Former Professor at the Department of Sociology and Co-Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies

Professor Stephen Chiu research interests involve the sociological study of Hong Kong from a comparative and historical perspective. His current projects include topics such as education, social stratification and inequality, social movement, cultural industries, youth and traditional Chinese medicine. Many of these projects have public policy implications and he is also an active contributor to public discussions of policy issues through the news media.
Mr. Louis S.K. HEUNG
Former Director of Finance, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Mr. Heung has extensive experience in finance and accounting and has worked in this field in Toronto and Hong Kong since 1975. He served as Senior Assistant Bursar of The Chinese University of Hong Kong from 1992 to 2007 and as Director of Finance of Hong Kong Polytechnic University from 2008 to 2014 until his retirement.
Ms. Vivian Y.Y. HO
Founding Director, Campus Planning and Sustainability Office, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ms Vivian Ho has held prominent positions in various central offices of CUHK for over 30 years before her retirement from the Directorship of the Campus Planning and Sustainability Office in December 2017. She has ample administrative experience in a wide-spectrum of university functions and has invaluable contributions to the University particularly in the areas of Campus Sustainability, including the establishment of several ground-breaking campus-wide green initiatives, as well as Campus Planning.
Mr. Philip K.H. LEUNG
Former Director, Information Technology Services Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mr. Leung has served the University from 1981 and has valuable contributions to the College. He is currently the Chairman of the College Information Technology Committee. He has held prominent positions in the community such as Vice-Chairman of the Consumer Council, and was awarded Medal of Honour (榮譽勳章) by HKSAR Government in July 2018.
Mr. Wai-hung TANG
Part-time Lecturer, Department of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mr. Tang is also serving as the Director of Service-Learning Programme of Wu Yee Sun College. He is a Registered Social Worker, as well as a Fellow, Certified Counsellor and Approved Counselling Supervisor of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association. He has obtained his Bachelor of Social Work in The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and then Master of Social Science in Social Work in The University of Hong Kong respectively. After having worked with young people in 2 youth work agencies in Hong Kong for over 35 years, he joined Department of Social Work of CUHK as a Lecturer in August 2012 and will become its part-time Lecturer in September 2015. On the other hand, he has been actively been involved in a variety of volunteer work and public services, including Members of Election Committee (Social Welfare Sector), School Management Committees of 2 government primary schools, Public Affairs Forum under Home Affairs Department, and Programme Advisory Panel of Radio Television Hong Kong. He has also been appointed as Adjudicator of Mental Health Review Tribunal and Obscene Articles Tribunal. Currently, he is still serving as Member in the Council or Executive Committee of 6 non-government social welfare service organizations in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Professor Hugh Alun Lloyd THOMAS
Former Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professor Thomas co-founded in 2004 the CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship, where he served as Director for five years and later as Associate Director. He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, Postgraduate Diplomas in language and history from the Beijing Language and Culture University and Nanjing University respectively, an MBA from CUHK and a PhD in International Business and Finance from New York University. Professor Thomas has published numerous books, articles and cases in banking, finance and entrepreneurship. In 1980, he participated in founding the National Center for Industrial Science and Technology Management at Dalian, the first business school in Mainland China to be established after the Cultural Revolution. He subsequently worked in banking and consulting in Hong Kong for seven years. Prior to joining CUHK in 1997, he was tenured at McMaster University in Canada.
Professor Poon-yee TSAO (Penyeh)
Former Senior Research Fellow, Department of Music, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professor Tsao received his Ph.D. degree in ethnomusicology from the University of Pittsburgh, and began teaching in the Music Department of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1982. Professor Tsao's research interests include ritual music of China (Taoist ritual music and ritual music of the popular belief systems of China's Han majority and ethnic nationalities), narrative music, and theory and methods of ethnomusicology. Professor Tsao also acts as research fellow or honorary professor for China Academy of Arts (Research Institute of Music, Beijing), Central Music Conservatory (Beijing), China Music Conservatory (Beijing), Zhongyang Minzu University (Beijing) and Sichuan University (Sichuan) and Xiamen University (Fujian). He has served as Editor’s Consultant for the international journal Musical Performance, and as a member of the Executive Board of the International Council of Traditional Music (UNESCO Category C).
Mr. Hardy S.C. TSOI
Former Arts Administrator and Manager, Sir Run Run Shaw Hall, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mr. Tsoi studied theatre in the United States and had worked as the manager of Sir Run Run Shaw Hall of the University for 28 years until his retirement. He has extensive networks in the local art scene and is the director of numerous drama performances.
Professor Hin-wah WONG
Adjunct Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research
Former Professor and Chairman, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Former Associate Director, Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research


Professor Wong obtained his Bachelor of Social Science, Diploma of Education and Master of Arts in Education from CUHK before pursuing his PhD in Education at UCLA. He has served as teacher in three primary schools, two secondary schools, and teaching consultant at The University of Hong Kong, coordinator of the ‘Technical Assistance of the Education Component under the World Bank Loan Project in China’, part-time member of the Central Policy Unit, HKSAR; member of the Advisory Committee on Teacher Education and Qualifications, academic consultant and external examiner of the Hong Kong Council for Academic Accreditation, Hong Kong Open University, Hong Kong Institute of Education, City University of Hong Kong. He has also served as Visiting Professor at Beijing Normal University, East China Normal University, Northwest Normal University, Southwest Normal University, and Capital Normal University. He has taught at CUHK for over 20 years until his retirement in 2008.
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