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  •  Openlink Vol 18 Issue 3 (August 2009)
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    President's Message
    Dr Eddy C Fong appointed Chairman of the OUHK Council
    Farewell words from former Council Chairman Dr Charles Lee Yeh-kwong
    New Treasurer and Council members
    New staff
    Three OUHK members honoured with Silver Bauhinia Star (SBS) award
    Environmental award for OUHK scientist
    Visit by Deputy Commissioner of the Commissioner's Office of China's Foreign Ministry
    2009 full-time graduates share learning experiences
    2009 Global Citizenship Programme
    OUHK student wins in international exam
    Quadriplegic student fights on
    New Youth, New World 2009 Summer Internship Programme
    20th Anniversary activities
    Upcoming events
    Academic Activities and Alliances
    Helping teachers teach liberal studies and economics
    OUHK and HKICPA joint top-up degree
    Student Support and Activities
    Better career prospects for 2007 distance learning graduates
    High employment rate for 2008 full-time graduates
    Government Internship Programme for University Graduates
    Student activities
    Programmes and Courses
    LiPACE updates
    Alumni Affairs
    OUHK has Alumni Affairs Office
    Sponsorship and Donations

    Recent donations

    New Publication
    Hong Kong: Mock City
    (in Chinese)

    New Treasurer and Council members

    New Treasurer

    Mr Michael Wong (June 2009 to June 2012)
    An Executive Director of Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited, Mr Wong has been a member of the OUHK Council since 2008.

    New Council members

    Ms Virginia Choi (June 2009 to June 2012)
    Ms Virginia Choi is the Managing Consultant and Country Manager of an international HR consultancy firm, with experience in management consultancy and training for over 20 years. She was a president of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management, and a lecturer in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and City University of Hong Kong. Ms Choi chairs the Continued Professional Development Alliance and the Pay Trend Survey Committee, and is a member of the Employees Retraining Board, Standing Commission on Civil Service Salaries and Conditions of Service, Personal Data (Privacy) Advisory Committee and Legal Aid Services Council. She was also a part-time member of the HKSAR Central Policy Unit and a member of the Equal Opportunities Commission.

    Mr Samuel Yung, MH, JP (June 2009 to June 2012)
    Mr Samuel Yung is a Senior District Director of American International Assurance Co. (Bermuda) Ltd and a committee member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. He has been deeply involved in public service, taking up roles in numerous public bodies, including as a member of the Commission on Strategic Development, Chairman of the Betting and Lotteries Commission, Chairman of the Outstanding Young Persons Association and Chairman of Hong Kong United Youth Association. He is the Founding President of the Hong Kong Professionals and Senior Executives Association, and the first Chinese elected as Chairman of the General Agents and Managers Association International. He holds an EMBA from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and is one of the first Certified Financial Planners (CFPCM) in Hong Kong. Mr Yung was elected one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in 1994 and awarded the Medal of Honour by the HKSAR Chief Executive in 2001. In 2007, he was honoured with the Loren Dunton Memorial Award for his significant contributions to the financial planning profession in Asia, again a first for a Chinese. Mr Yung was named one of the most creative Chinese business leaders in Asia Pacific in the same year.

    Mr Peter Wan (August 2009 to June 2012)
    Mr Peter Wan has been a practising accountant in Hong Kong for over 30 years, with extensive experience in auditing and financial management. He is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. After graduating from the Hong Kong Polytechnic with a Higher Diploma in Accountancy in 1975, Mr Wan joined Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers), Hong Kong and became a partner of the firm in 1992. He retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hong Kong on 30 June 2008. Mr Wan is currently an Independent Director of Mindray Medical International Limited, China Resources Land Limited and United Commercial Bank (China) Limited, and serves as the Chairman of their Audit Committees. He is a board member of Heep Hong Society and Hong Kong Blind Sports Association, and a past Governor of Rotary International District 3450 (Hong Kong, Macao and Mongolia).

    Other Council changes

    Dr Anthony Ko and Dr Charles Kwong, Associate Professors of the Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration and the School of Arts and Social Sciences respectively, have become Senate representatives in the Council from June 2009, replacing Prof. Alan Au and Dr Cheuk Wai-hing. Mr Matthew Ip has been elected the representative of part-time tutorial staff from May 2009, after the departure of Mr Choi Ying-choy. All three have two-year terms. Students' Union President Mr Wong Kwun-lun took up his ex-officio position for one year from April 2009, in place of Mr Wong Tsz. Mrs Eva Cheng has been reappointed for one year from June 2009, while Prof. the Hon Patrick Lau, Mr Peter Lo and Mr Raymond R Wong have been reappointed for two years from the same time. We also bade farewell to Dr the Hon Marvin Cheung, who was a member from 2003.

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