People

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Principal Investigator

Professor Kathy SHUM

B.Sc. (U. of Toronto), M.Sc. (U. of Toronto), PC.Ed. (HKU), PC.Psy. (HKU), Ph.D. (HKU)

Kathy SHUM graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology and Master’s Degree in Physiology, with special research interest in diabetes. She chose to pursue a career in education after obtaining her Postgraduate Certificate in Education from the University of Hong Kong. After seven years of teaching at a secondary school, she started anew in the field of psychology under the Postgraduate Certificate of Psychology, and continued to complete her doctoral degree in Educational Psychology at the University of Hong Kong. She is currently an Associate Professor at the Department Psychology and the director of the Master of Social Sciences Programme in Educational Psychology at the University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include reading acquisition, biliteracy development, educational intervention, curriculum and instruction, and children with ASD and ADHD.

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Co-investigator

Professor Winnie CHAN

B.Soc.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. (HKU)

Winnie CHAN is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling at the Education University of Hong Kong. She obtained her doctorate degree at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and is a registered educational psychologist. Currently, she leads the Learning and Development Laboratory at HKU. She has been working on projects with the aim of helping children to become better learners, especially in the area of mathematics. As a co-investigator of the Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative, she is interested in promoting mental health in school.

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Co-investigator

Professor HU Xiaoqing

B.S. (Zhejiang University), M. Ed (Zhejiang Normal University), M.S. (Northwestern University), Ph.D. (Northwestern University)

Professor HU Xiaoqing is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, and a Principal Investigator in the State Key Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on the relationship between sleep, memory, emotion and social decision making, and how to modulate memories during sleep. His research is funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Ministry of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Research Grants Council Early Career Scheme, General Research Fund etc. Professor Hu’s research is recognized by the Outstanding Young Research Award of HKU (2022), APS Rising Star Award (2021). He has published over 40 peer-review research articles in Science, Psychological Bulletin, Psychological Science, SLEEP, Emotion, Cognition, Current Directions in Psychological Science, Journal of Sleep Research, etc. He is a reviewer for NSFC, US NSF, Swiss NSF, Belgium FWO, and for over 30 journals including Psychological Bulletin, JEP General, NeuroImage, Cerebral Cortex, Human Brain Mapping, etc.

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Co-investigator

Professor Lucy HSU

B.S. (UMich), M.S. (UMich), Ph.D. (HKU)

Lucy Hsu is a Registered Educational Psychologist (HKPS DEP) in Hong Kong, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Hong Kong (HKU), and the principal investigator of Child Language & Learning (ChiLL) Laboratory. Her research focus on bilingual and language development, mainly in children with dyslexia. She start practicing mindfulness since 2016 and have finished the 12-month Foundation Course for Teaching Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) jointly organized by Oxford Mindfulness Centre and Hong Kong Center for Mindfulness Center, Teach .b foundation and Teach dots programme certified by UK Mindfulness in School Project (MiSP), Teacher Training in MYMind for children with ASD/ADHD and Mindful Parenting. As the co-investigator and a volunteer teacher of the Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative, she helps to teach .b foundation courses and conduct research related to mindfulness.

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Co-investigator

Professor Shirley LI

Honours. B.Sc (University of Toronto), M.A. (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Ph.D. (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), D.Clin.Psy (University College London)

Shirley LI is an Associate Professor in Department of Psychology at the University of Hong Kong. She graduated from the University of Toronto where she received her Honours BSc in psychology. She obtained her MA and PhD in Medical Sciences (Psychiatry) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psy) from the University College London. She is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist in the UK and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Her work aims to translate research into practice and to inform the development of evidence-based interventions to improve sleep and health in children and adolescents. She received the Elio Lugaresi WASM Award for Sleep Medicine from the World Association of Sleep Medicine in 2009, and the Young Investigator Award in the World Congress on Sleep Medicine in 2013 and 2015 respectively. She obtained the Outstanding Early Investigator Award (Honorable Mention) from Sleep Research Society in 2017. As a co-investigator of Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative, Professor LI is interested in promoting mindfulness culture and conducting research related to mindfulness.

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Co-investigator

Dr. Bernard WONG

B.Soc.Sc. (HKU), PGDE (HKIED), Ph.D. (HKU), REP (HKPS), AFHKPS

Bernard WONG is a Professional Consultant in the Department of Educational Psychology of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received his Bachelor of Social Sciences and Doctor of Philosophy (with a specialisation in Educational Psychology) degrees from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to his current position, Dr. WONG was the Director of General Education at Hong Kong Shue Yan University. Dr. WONG is also a registered Educational Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. He is currently serving as the Chairperson of Division of Educational Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society. As a long-serving scout leader, Dr. WONG is interested in promoting leadership and personal enrichment initiatives for adolescents and young adults. Currently, he is interested in exploring how mindfulness-based interventions could be incorporated in school-based and community-based programmes.

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Co-investigator

Professor Savio WONG

BCogSc(HKU), PhD(HKU)

Savio is the Associate Professor at the Department of Educational Psychology and Director of the Laboratory for Brain and Education (LABBE) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received his Bachelor in Cognitive Science and Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Hong Kong and postdoctoral training at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Southern California. He received Fulbright-RGC HK Senior Research Scholar Award and was appointed as Visiting Associate Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2018. His research interests are in neural mechanism of impulsivity and decision-making in adolescents, psychophysiological markers of emotion, application of wearable sensors in special education (e.g., assisting the learning of students with autism or ADHD).

Representative from Resources Schools

Ms. Tze Hang FONG

Principal
HHCKLA Buddhist Chan Shi Wan Primary School

Ms. Siu Pui LAM

Principal
HK Juvenile Care Centre Chan Nam Cheong Memorial School

Ms. Lai Nga CHIU

Principal
HKSYCIA Wong Tai Shan Memorial College

Ms. Mei Ling LEUNG

Principal
HKTA Shun Yeung Primary School

Ms. Ivy YIP

Principal
Man Kiu Association Primary School

Mr. Ka Fai WAN

Principal
Po Leung Kuk Yao Ling Sun College

Mr. Wai Ki CHU

Principal
SKH Kei Fook Primary School

Ms. Stella CHAN

Principal
St. Mark’s School

Mr. Tak Kan CHEUK

Principal
Tung Wan Mok Law Shui Wah School

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Dr. Helen MA

Helen MA, the Founding Teacher of the Hong Kong Center for Mindfulness, obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Master’s degree in Social Sciences from the University of Hong Kong, and Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Cambridge. She has served as a clinical psychologist in Hong Kong and Australia and taught mindfulness in Hong Kong and overseas. In recent years, she has devoted herself to training MBSR and MBCT teachers in the Chinese-speaking region. She is an MBSR trainer and supervisor recognised by the Mindfulness Center at the Brown University. She is currently an Associate Teacher and Trainer of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, U.K.

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Mrs. Kam Fung CHOW YEUNG

Kam Fung CHOW YEUNG is a registered Educational Psychologist. She was the Head of the Educational Psychological Services Section of the Education Bureau, HKSAR before retirement. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree, Postgraduate Certificate of Education and Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Hong Kong (HKU). She also got her Master’s degree in Christian Studies and is now an accredited practitioner of Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) of the Association in the United Kingdom (AVIGuk). After retirement, she commits herself to voluntary educational services in both Hong Kong and the mainland. She is keen to promote Paired Reading in local preschools by establishing a system supported by school heads, teachers and parents that works to sustain children’s interest and habit in reading. The effectiveness of the program is confirmed by the study of the Psychology Department of HKU. She is the member of the Advisory Board of the Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative.

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Dr. Chi Keung MAK

Chi Keung MAK, a retired Secondary School Principal, obtained both his Bachelor’s degree in Science and Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of Hong Kong and Doctor of Philosophy with specialization in Chemistry from the City University of Hong Kong. Following his retirement, Dr. MAK continues to contribute in voluntary social services such as Deputy Chairman of the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority Council, committee member of the Quality Education Fund Steering Committee, and the secondary school manager. Dr. MAK’s aspiration for education is to promote whole-person education which is of great significance to the full development of the physical and mental health and moral values of students. Dr. MAK takes part in the Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative in hope that knowledge exchange with teachers will help to promote the full development of the physical and mental health of students.

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Ms. Shuk In TSE

Shuk In TSE is a school manager of a secondary school and nursery school and a columnist of a moral education periodical. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and Master’s degree in Education specialising Counselling and Early Childhood Education from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). She was a former deputy chief executive (education), HKYWCA; school supervisor; exco member of Council of Non-profit making Organizations for Pre-primary Education (CNOPE); chairperson of the school social work service coordinating committee of HKCSS; fieldwork instructor, CUHK; author of ‘70 effective ways to communicate with parents’. She believes education is the foundation for life enhancement and social development, and she strives to promote mental health of students, teachers and parents through the JC PandA.

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Director

Professor Shui-fong LAM

B.A. (CUHK), PGDE (CUHK), M.Ed. (U. of Texas), Ph.D. (U. of Minnesota)

Shui-fong LAM is an Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). She obtained her Bachelor’s degree and post graduate diploma in education from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Master’s degree (counselling psychology) from the University of Texas, and doctoral degree (school psychology) from the University of Minnesota. She was a recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award from the HKU, the Outstanding International Scholar Award from the International School Psychology Association, and the Knowledge Exchange Award from the Social Sciences Faculty at HKU. She is now the Director of the Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative. It is her aspiration to promote mental health of students, teachers, and parents in Hong Kong through the training and research in mindfulness.

Tel: (852) 3917 2388

Email: lamsf@hku.hk

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Educational Psychologist

Mr. Denis KWAN

B.Soc.Sc. (HKU), PGDE (CUHK), MECP (HK PolyU)

Denis KWAN is a registered educational psychologist. He provided school-based educational psychology service for many local primary and secondary schools in his previous services. Since 2012, he started practising mindfulness, and delivering mindfulness training to students and teachers. He was also involved in research on mindfulness conducted by the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Raising two kids, he wishes to exchange views with parents on mindful parenting and parenting in general.

Tel: (852) 3910 2189

Email: kwanhw@hku.hk

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Educational Psychologist

Dr. Jessie CHOW

B.Ed. (HKU), PCPsych (HKU), M.Soc.Sc. (HKU), Ph.D. (CityU)

Jessie started her career as an educational psychologist to support students, families and teachers in mainstream schools, schools for social development and also an NGO focusing on gifted education. In recent years she worked in the field of teacher education at the Faculty of Education, HKU, and supported pre- and in-service teachers’ development through a multiple-award-winning experiential learning curriculum. Jessie has been the recipient of several individual and team awards, most notably the Gold Award for Presence Learning at the QS ‘Oscars for Education’ in 2020. Her published research and fieldwork experiences include design thinking, experiential learning, gifted education, intercultural competence and social emotional learning. Jessie believes in the wisdom of looking within and she has personally benefited greatly from the practice of mindfulness. She hopes to continue this co-learning journey through her participation in this project.

Tel: (852) 3910 2190

Email: jmlchow@hku.hk

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Educational Psychologist

Mr. Michael R. SU

B.Sc. (Imperial), M.Sc. (Oxon), P.C.Psy. (HKU), M.Soc.Sc. (HKU)

Michael R. SU is a registered Educational Psychologist accredited by the Department of Health. He was responsible for providing school-based educational psychology service to local primary and secondary schools during his tenure with the Education Bureau. Michael is dedicated to promoting the education, research, and practice of mindfulness and developing a mindful culture amongst students, teachers, parents, and the general public. His research interest lies in the interrelations between mindfulness, creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving.

Tel: (852) 3910 2189

Email: sumr@hku.hk

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School Development Officer

Dr. Connie Koo

B.A. (CUHK), M.Soc.Sc (CUHK), Ph.D. (CUHK)

Dr. Koo has been practicing mindfulness for several years and has found it to be very helpful for her mental well-being and personal growth. Since 2010, she has been sharing her mindfulness practice and is currently focusing on mindfulness education in schools for students, teachers, and parents. Dr. Connie Wai-sze Koo is also an adjunct assistant professor at the Department of Sociology & Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. In addition, she has served as a course advisor for the “Interpersonal Communication and Personal Development” course of the Diploma of Applied Education Program (DAE).

Tel: (852) 3910 2190

Email: cwskoo@hku.hk

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Research Officer

Mr. Ken WU

B.Soc.Sc. (CityU), M.Phil. (CUHK)

Ken WU obtained his Master of Philosophy degree from the Department of Educational Psychology, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining the JC PandA, he had participated in different electroencephalography (EEG) studies. His target subjects include adults and also children and adolescents with special education needs such as behavior problems and dyslexia. During the internship of his undergraduate study, he met a mindfulness practitioner and started to know about mindfulness. He hopes to study and promote mindfulness practice from a neuroscience point of view. He wants to use EEG to investigate how mindfulness can change the mechanism of the brain and lead to wellness.

Tel: (852) 3910 2983

Email: kachunwu@hku.hk

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Senior Research Assistant

Ms. Clare CHAM

B.A. (CUHK), M.Phil. (CUHK)

Clare CHAM holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences and a Master of Philosophy in Psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining JC PandA, she has engaged in multiple research projects using electroencephalography (EEG), behavioural and questionnaire data. Her research mainly focused on understanding the factors that influence affective touch and neural entrainment. She hopes to promote mindfulness to the general public and unveil its underlying brain mechanisms in enhancing mental well-being.

Tel: (852) 3910 2983

Email: chamhl@hku.hk

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Research Assistant

Ms. Ivard TSANG

B.Eng. (CityU), M.Soc.Sc (HKU)

Ivard TSANG holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Total Quality Engineering from the City University of Hong Kong and a Master of Social Sciences in the field of Psychology (Distinction) from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining JC PandA, she worked as a Service Development Lead in an educational social enterprise. Ivard is committed to developing caring and inclusive school services and teaching practices. She aspires to assist in integrating mindfulness into school curricula to promote mental health and cultivate acceptance and care towards self and others among teachers and students.

Tel: (852) 3910 5176

Email: ivard@hku.hk

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Research Assistant

Ms. Larissa LO

B.A. (HKU), M.Soc.Sc. (HKU)

Larissa LO holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Social Sciences in the field of Psychology from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining JC PandA, she worked as a secondary school teacher and a Special Educational Needs Coordinator, devoting herself to supporting the diverse educational needs of students. She has observed that the mental health of teachers and students is facing challenges in recent years. By promoting mindfulness in schools, she hopes to enhance self-awareness and self-acceptance in schools, thereby fostering a positive educational environment.

Tel: (852) 3917 5176

Email: larissal@hku.hk

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Project Manager

Ms. Lia TSANG

B.Soc.Sc. (HKBU), M.A. (CUHK)

Lia TSANG has a Bachelor of Social Sciences Degree in Sociology from the Hong Kong Baptist University and a Master of Arts Degree in Cultural Management from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is experienced in project management, event planning, academic research and administration in higher education. She organised art exhibitions and public education programmes with various objectives, such as to evoke empathy towards underprivileged groups and to raise environmental awareness.

Lia supports gender equality and LGBTQI rights. She has a great passion for art, ranging from conventional forms to popular culture; from literature, visual art and performing art to fashion, movie and music. She is interested in incorporating mindfulness practice with art making and art appreciation.

Tel: (852) 3917 1261

Email: liatsang@hku.hk

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Senior Executive Assistant

Ms. Kelly WAI

B.Sc. (HKU)

Kelly WAI assists in the implementation of the JC PandA, ranging from financial and logistic matters of various activities to general office operation. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Science from the University of Hong Kong, majoring in Chemistry. She is aware of the impact of work stress on mental health. In order to better take care of herself, she joined an online mindfulness course and experienced the positive impact of mindfulness on mental well-being. Through participating in the JC PandA, she wishes to promote mindfulness to the general public so they will be able to cope with difficulties with a positive attitude.

Tel: (852) 3917 1250

Email: kelly317@hku.hk

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Senior Project Coordinator

Ms. Helen WONG

B.Soc.Sc. (CityU), M.Soc.Sc. (HKU)

Helen WONG holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences from the City University of Hong Kong and a Master of Social Sciences from the University of Hong Kong. Both degrees are in Criminology. Prior to joining JC PandA, she worked as a senior researcher in another tertiary institution, committed to empowering students with thinking competency to overcome various challenges and difficulties in daily life. She hopes that by incorporating mindfulness into school curricula, teachers and students will gradually develop mindful life attitudes and recognize the importance of positive psychology and mental health.

Tel: (852) 3917 1251

Email: whelent@hku.hk

Volunteer Teacher

Mr. Charles CHAN

Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2023 Spring, 2023 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Lavender CHAN

Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2024 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Sumee CHAN

Clinical Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2020 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Dr. Valda CHO

Clinical Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2020 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Polly HUNG

Social Worker

Teaching Period: 2019 Fall, 2020 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Aya KWAN

Social Worker

Teaching Period: 2021 Fall

Aya Kwan

Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Esther KWOK

University Lecturer, Speech Therapist

Teaching Period: 2021 Spring, 2022 Spring

Esther Kwok

Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Rona LAW

Retired Secondary School Teacher

Teaching Period: 2023 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Dr. Wilbert LAW

Assistant Professor, Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2021 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Mr. Clifford LEE

Social Worker

Teaching Period: 2022 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Esther LEUNG

Social Worker

Teaching Period: 2020 Spring, 2021 Spring, 2024 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Kate LEUNG

Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2023 Spring, 2024 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Amanda LI

Clinical Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2019 Fall

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Queenie LIU

Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2021 Fall , 2022 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Mr. Siu Chung TANG

Mindfulness Teacher, Social Worker

Teaching Period: 2022 Spring, 2024 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Ms. Sapphire TONG

Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2024 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Mr. Stephen WONG

Educational Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2023 Spring, 2024 Spring

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Volunteer Teacher

Dr. Samantha YUNG

Clinical Psychologist

Teaching Period: 2020 Spring

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Current Research Interns (2024 Spring)

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Ms. Ailyn CHIU

MOK Ham-dick, Dickie 莫涵廸先生

Mr. Dickie MOK

LEUNG Kin Shing, Ken 梁健成先生

Mr. Ken LEUNG

LAM Lok Huen, Adora 林樂萱小姐

Ms. Adora LAM

CHEUNG Oi Lam, Daphne 張藹琳小姐

Ms. Daphne CHEUNG

CHENG Lok Him, Rich 鄭洛謙先生

Mr. Rich CHENG

YUAN Yuqi, Richard 袁钰麒先生

Mr. Richard YUAN

WAN Man Sze, Vanessa 温文詩小姐

Ms. Vanessa WAN

Principal Investigator (Sep 2022 – Feb 2024)

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Professor Gloria Wong

Past Team Members

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Ms. Henrietta LAI

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Mr. Neil CHAN

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Ms. Abby TSE

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Ms. Jamie LEE

Angel (RA alumni)

Ms. Angel CHAN

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Mr. Kyle CHAN

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Dr. Kitty TSANG

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Dr. Veronica CHEUNG

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Ms. Yuki LAM

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Ms. Emily MA

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Ms. Grace WONG

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Mr. Terry NG

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Dr. Nelly TONG

Past Research Interns

Chan Chun Him Leo (陳雋謙)

Mr. Leo CHAN

(2020 Spring)

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Mr. Morris CHAN

(2020 Spring)

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Ms. Serena LEE

(2020 Spring)

Wong Yik Chun (黃奕津)-square

Ms. Yik Chun WONG

(2020 Spring)

Vanessa Chung (鍾雪盈) - square

Ms. Vanessa CHUNG

(2020 Summer)

Leung Ka Ho Kelvin (梁家灝) - square

Mr. Kelvin LEUNG

(2020 Summer)

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Ms. Hannah LEE

(2020 Fall)

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Mr. Anson HAU

(2020 Fall)

Harry

Mr. Harry TSUI

(2020 Fall & 2021 Spring)

Chloe

Ms. Chloe AU

(2020 Fall & 2021 Spring)

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Ms. Winky HO

(2021 Spring)

Jacky

Mr. Jacky CHEUNG

(2021 Spring)

ChingYin

Ms. Ching Yin LEE

(2021 Spring)

Owen2

Mr. Owen LAM

(2021 Spring)

Joy

Mr. Joy KWONG

(2021 Summer)

Nick

Mr. Nicholas LIN

(2021 Summer)

Ann

Ms. Ann WONG

(2021 Summer)

Ivan

Mr. Ivan FANG

(2021 Summer)

Rachel

Ms. Rachel SIN

(2021 Summer)

Sophie

Ms. Sophie YIP

(2021 Summer & 2021 Fall)

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Mr. Teddy CHAN

(2021 Fall)

張豐節 Jack Cheung

Mr. Jack CHEUNG

(2021 Fall)

莊詠怡 Stephanie Chuang

Ms. Stephanie CHUANG

(2021 Fall)

林綺婷 Jenna Lam

Ms. Jenna LAM

(2021 Fall)

劉卓楠 Chris Lau (Cropped)

Mr. Chris LAU

(2021 Fall)

張憶琳 Elaine Cheung

Ms. Elaine CHEUNG

(2022 Spring)

張衍廷 Tiffany Cheung (Cropped)

Ms. Tiffany CHEUNG

(2022 Spring)

何兆智 Hughes Ho

Mr. Hughes HO

(2022 Spring)

何駿泓 Johnny Ho (Cropped)

Mr. Johnny HO

(2022 Spring)

葉穎琳 Katherine Ip (Cropped)

Ms. Katherine IP

(2022 Spring)

劉鳳儀 Heather Lau (Cropped)

Ms. Heather LAU

(2022 Spring)

余鎧敏 Placida (Cropped)

Ms. Placida YU

(2022 Spring)

陳恩萍-Winnie-Chan

Ms. Winnie CHAN

(2022 Summer)

陳彥錏-Yvonne-Chan

Ms. Yvonne CHAN

(2022 Summer)

張婕-Ellen-Cheung

Ms. Ellen CHEUNG

(2022 Summer)

劉樂盈-Chloe-Lau

Ms. Chloe LAU

(2022 Summer)

林曉晴-Victoria-Lim

Ms. Victoria Lim

(2022 Summer)

Alvin

Mr. Alvin SU

(2022 Summer &
2023 Spring)

Tammy

Ms. Tammy CHAN

(2022 Fall)

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Ms. Ocean CHO

(2022 Fall)

Creamy

Ms. Creamy CHUNG

(2022 Fall)

Ivy

Ms. Ivy LAM

(2022 Fall)

Monique

Ms. Monique LEE

(2022 Fall)

Katie

Ms. Katie LEUNG

(2022 Fall)

Noel

Ms. Noel YUEN

(2022 Fall)

Hermione

Ms. Hermione CHENG

(2023 Spring)

Athena

Ms. Athena CHU

(2023 Spring)

Jennifer

Ms. Jennifer FOO

(2023 Spring)

Yvonne

Ms. Yvonne HO

(2023 Spring)

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Mr. Anson LEUNG

(2023 Spring)

Cherry Lee 李明恩

Ms. Cherry LEE

(2023 Summer)

Anson Lee 李穎彤

Ms. Anson LEE

(2023 Summer)

Yoanna Li 李雅詩

Ms. Yoanna LI

(2023 Summer)

Leo Li 李游

Ms. Leo LI

(2023 Summer)

Stephy Ng 吳恬惠

Ms. Stephy NG

(2023 Summer)

Christy Ng 吳天欣

Ms. Christy NG

(2023 Summer)

Charles Wong 黃尚謙

Mr. Charles WONG

(2023 Summer)

Yannie Wong 黃揚鈴

Ms. Yannie WONG

(2023 Summer)

Chan Yu Kit Anthony

Mr. Anthony CHAN

(2023 Fall)

Chen Pui Ching Rachel

Ms. Rachel CHEN

(2023 Fall)

Choi Yuet Yin Venus

Ms. Venus CHOI

(2023 Fall)

Fung Tsoi Lam Christel

Ms. Christel FUNG

(2023 Fall)

Lam Tze Ying Janice

Ms. Janice LAM

(2023 Fall)

Ma Cheuk Yung Abby

Ms. Abby MA

(2023 Fall)

Tam Chung Hin Eddy

Mr. Eddy TAM

(2023 Fall)