Peter Yan matchmakes tech innovators
Cindy Chow strives to expand the startup ecosphere
Bonnie Chan’s rise to CFO role in the Fortune 500s
Meet Alan Yip, digital marketing guru
Arnold Chan crusades for educational equality with Teach4HK
The first person who introduced Nokia handsets to the Chinese market, Steve Lau morphs into an angel investor to empower young startups.
Kinson Chan, a quantitative finance student who takes a near-professional interest in the ancient art of Kunqu, took advantage of the Kunqu training offered by Lee Woo Sing College and opted for the leading actress role.
ESG investing might create inefficiency, Zhan Xintong’s research shows
How Bankee Kwan grows in wisdom through storms and crises
A peek into the realm of insurance where Titus Yu roams
Three CUHK business students gaze at and shoot for the stars
Howard Ling on the Management of Social Enterprises
Kim Keongtae discovers crowdfunders are expert followers
Vocation is Vacation
Eric Kuo’s career path straight out of campus
Hospitality and Real Estate Programme
Jimmy Chan Reignites the Hong Kong Spirit
Simon Ngai gets marginal youths back on track
Senior Counsel William Wong raises the bar on and off the court
Stephen Li and Jeffrey Hui champion the Graduating Class Gift Campaign
Jacqueline So ushers experiential learning into China’s education
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.
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 marshals education into the cyber age