Ken has extensive experience in working with NGOs in mainland China and Hong Kong for almost 20 years. In the first year of university graduation, Ken has committed to developing his career in China. He worked on rural development, Sichuan earthquake emergency response and reconstruction, migration, child protection, and disaster preparedness & risk reduction with World Vision and the Hong Kong Red Cross. He also worked on multiple humanitarian development projects in different capacities such as consultant and trainer to the Chinese social organizations. Ken stationed in both Ningxia and Guangdong province for more than 6 years. In addition to his work experience in mainland China. Ken has worked in Mother's Choice and Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation respectively responsible for crisis pregnancy support services and initiate pilot social projects in collaboration with NGO partners in the Mainland and Hong Kong. He also worked for the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, supervising innovation and technology-related service for the elders. Ken holds a bachelor's degree in China and Asian Pacific Affairs from Lingnan University and a master's degree (with distinction) in Development Studies from the City University of Hong Kong. In the early years, he served as a group leader to University students of Wu Zhi Qiao in some workshop, and actively participated in activities related to the development of local youth.
Dr Mu Jun received his Bachelor and Master of Architecture from Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology (XAUAT), as well as a master’s degree and a doctorate degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is now teaching at Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Dr. Mu has conducted practical studies on earth architecture in the Loess Plateau region and sustainable development of ecological environment in western rural areas with a view to developing suitable ecological architecture for local conditions. He assisted Prof. Edward Ng in completing several ecology architectural projects, such as the “Maosi Ecological Demonstration Primary School” project and the ”A Bridge Too Far, A Dream Come True” project, The two projects have received a number of local and international awards. Dr. Mu is now Primary Representative of the Beijing Representative Office. With ample experience of building ecology architecture in rural areas, he is responsible for mobilizing and organizing teams from the Hong Kong and Mainland universities to develop and implement Wu Zhi Qiao projects as well a to carry out related academic researches.
Mr Stephen Li holds a number of degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) including Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance, Master of Business Administration in Management, Master of Arts in Japanese Studies and Master of Social Science in Sustainable Tourism. He also obtained his Master of Law from Renmin University of China. From 2005 to 2008, he was a member of the Committee on Bilingualism in CUHK, which reviewed language policies with a view to enhancing bilingual education at the University. Mr Li is now Representative of the Beijing Representative Office.