Professor Tseng was the Chairman of the Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association from 1991 to 1994. From 2012 to 2017, he has served as Chairman of the Committee on Venue Partnership of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and a member of the Advisory Committee on Arts Development of the Hong Kong Government. Since 2002 Professor Tseng has focused mainly on arts management training. He has served as Chair and Professor of the Arts Administration Department of the Shanghai Conservatory of Music from 2005 to 2008. In 2012, he joined the Education University of Hong Kong as Adjunct Professor and played a key role in the design and launch of the Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship programme in 2014. He is currently a Guest Professor of the Central Academy of Drama and the Beijing Academy of Dance. From 2014 to 2019, he served as a board member of the Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE) in the USA. He is also an Arts Advisor (Arts Administration) of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and a member of the Artistic Board of the Macau International Music Festival.
Ms. Leonie Ki is non-Executive Director of New World Development Co., Ltd, Director of Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation and New World Charity Foundation as well as INED of SaSa International and Clear Media Ltd. A veteran advertising professional, Ms. Ki has been contributing to the public good of Hong Kong by staging public events like the HK97. Extravaganza for the return of Hong Kong to China. She is also committed to community service and education. She is Vice Chairman of Hong Kong Council of UNICEF, Vice Chairman of Musicus Society, Exco Member of Youth Outreach, Trustee member of Ocean Park Conservation Foundation and Council member of Hong Kong University. She was Hon. Fellow of HKU and OUHK. She was also appointed JP and SBS by HKSARG. She is also a member of National and Yunnan CPPCC.
A retired civil servant, Mr Ho Juh Kuen was an Occupational Safety Officer, in the Labour Department of the HKSAR Government (1974-2007). Apart from being a registered safety auditor and safety officer, he is also a member of UK’s Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, as well as a member of Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.
Dr. Eliza Cheung specializes in disaster mental health and psychological first aid for her clinical practice, field work, and research. She completed her professional training in clinical psychology and obtained her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Public Health at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She currently serves as a clinical psychologist cum Service In-charge of Psychological Support Service at Hong Kong Red Cross, and also the Technical Advisor of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support. She has thus far trained thousands of disaster first responders and trainers on psychological first aid and psychosocial support from all over the world. Over the years, Dr. Cheung has coordinated emergency mental health and psychosocial response and preparedness programmes in Hong Kong, China and overseas. She was also deployed to Liberia to respond in the Ebola Virus outbreak (2014), Nepal earthquake (2015), and Bangladesh for the population movement (2017). She has also worked with the World Health Organization in the publication of several leading psychosocial support guidelines in emergency and currently serves as the Chairperson of the Hong Kong Clinical Psychologists Association. Dr. Cheung was selected as the “Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons” in 2015. She is also serving as member in committees under HKSAR government, including the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF) Committee, Mental Health Review Tribunal, Long-term Prison Sentences Review Board, and Hong Kong War Memorial Pensions Advisory Committee.
Dr Chau is currently Vice-President for Teaching and Learning in HKBU. Devoted to community service, Dr Chau has served on committees and panels related to secondary and tertiary education. He was also appointed to several Government committees or advisory panels related to education, elderly affairs, the environment and broadcasting; and volunteered his expertise to a few charities and non-governmental organisations engaged in youth development, heritage preservation and arts and culture. In the past years, he is the university convener for Wu Zhi Xing Charity Walk, coordinating student affairs offices of local institutions to support our events. He also joined HKU-Tsing Hua Wu Zhi Qiao construction trip in 2011.
Mr. Raymond Chan is a Chartered Engineer and a Registered Barrister in Hong Kong. While he possesses more than 30 years’ experience in the engineering and management fields, his exposure covers various disciplines of engineering industry, such as building services, power generation, oil and field, automobile, renewable energy etc. In the past years, he took up a couple of management roles covering businesses in Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China and South East Asia. Currently, being the General Manager – Technical of New World Development Company Limited, he oversees all technical matters associated with projects managed by the Property Management Team in both Hong Kong and China. For the past years, Mr. Chan has been serving University of Hong Kong as a Mentor for undergraduates. He is currently sitting in 3 committees of Hong Kong Green Building Council and serves as Advisor for the newly formed Rotary Club of Greater Bay Area. He is also a doctoral student with Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Science.
Professor Michael Chan is an assistant professor in School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He also works closely with the Faculty of Construction and Environment on bridge building method, environment and ecology studies. Michael has been supporting and advising the school teams since the first Wu Zhi Qiao project.
Ir Cary Chan is a professional engineer and is currently the Executive Director of Hong Kong Green Building Council. Over the years, he has carried out a lot of researches and energy saving initiatives with substantial improvements in energy performance of buildings. Some of his works have won international awards, which includes Client of the Year – Low Carbon Operation Award by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers in 2010. Ir Chan is also active in serving the professional and business communities with his expertise. Recently, Ir Chan has been appointed as Justices of the Peace (JP) by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Ir Dr Edward Chan is a registered professional engineer in Hong Kong and practicing in the professional project management industry. He is an expert in building sustainability, studied in engineering, economics and built environment in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. He has been involved in number of sustainable built environment projects across Hong Kong, China, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan regions. In the recent years, his projects have obtained a number of green and healthy building accreditations at Hong Kong, national and international levels. Apart from his professional assignments, Ir Dr Edward Chan is currently the Chairman of the Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong and also serving in public posts in green building, circular economy and recycling aspects. He is experienced in promoting humanitarian engineering, directing pro bono engineering-based community activities and student development programmes in Hong Kong and South East Asia region. He was one of the speakers in the Asia Pacific Humanitarian Leadership Conference 2019 in Australia and presented the EWB Global Citizenship Programme.
Ms Esther Ma is the founder of PR company Prestique and sports education company Harvest Sky, she supports various charities including the Chi Heng Foundation, Academy for Performing Arts and Changing Young Lives Foundation. She is also the Director of Zonta Club of Hong Kong, co-founding executive of Golden Bauhinia Woman Entrepreneurs Association, Committee Member of Diocesan Old Girls' Association, Alumni Ambassador of Columbia University, and co-founder of Femmes du Vin Asia. She is also the founder of Children Charities Carnival and Wu Zhi Qiao is one of the beneficiaries organisations in the past years. She attended Columbia Business School and UC-Berkeley.
Professor Sung received his medical degree (MB BS) from The University of Hong Kong, and conferred PhD in biomedical sciences by the University of Calgary and MD by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He holds fellowships from the Royal Colleges of Physicians of Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, and Australia, the American College of Gastroenterology, the American Gastroenterological Association, the Hong Kong College of Physicians, the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine and Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong (ASHK). He is an Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering of the People's Republic of China and Academician of the International Eurasian Academy of Sciences. He served as the Vice-Chancellor and President of the Chinese University of Hong Kong from 2010-2017 and the Chair of Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) in 2016-17. He is currently Mok Hing Yiu Professor of Medicine and Director of Institute of Digestive Disease of CUHK.