Professor Anthony Bing-leung CHEUNG, GBS, BBS, JP (WYHK ’69)

Professor Anthony Bing-leung Cheung, GBS, BBS, JP is currently the Research Chair Professor of Public Administration at the Education University of Hong Kong and Visiting Professor at the Institute for Public Policy of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. (more…)

Professor Paul Kwong-hang TAM, JP (WYHK ’69)

Professor Paul Kwong-hang Tam, JP; MBBS(HK); ChM(Liv); FRCS(Eng, Edin, Glas, and Ire); FRCPCH; FHKAM (Surgery) is a surgeon, scientist, educator and university leader. He has been Chair of Paediatric Surgery at The University of Hong Kong since 1996 and Li Shu-Pui Professor in Surgery since 2013. (more…)

Stephen Sui-lung LAM, OBE, GBM, GBS (WYHK ’73)

Stephen Lam served in the Hong Kong Government for 34 years and was Chief Secretary for Administration in 2011-12. Prior to this, he was Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs and covered this portfolio for almost ten years. (more…)

Professor Tai-lok LUI (WYHK ’75)

Professor Tai-lok Lui is Vice President (Research and Development) and Chair Professor of Hong Kong Studies at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He is also the Director of the Academy of Hong Kong Studies and the Centre for Greater China Studies. Prior to joining EdUHK, he was Professor of Sociology and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at The University of Hong Kong. (more…)

Franklin Fan-keung LAM, BBS (WYHK ’78)

Franklin Lam is the founder of HKGolden50, a non-profit public policy think tank. Before this, Franklin held senior regional leadership positions in a global investment bank. He is a Board Member of The HK Airport Authority and The HK Hospital Authority, and a Member of the Lantau Development Advisory Committee. He has served as a Member of the Executive Council and Central Policy Unit of the HK Government.

Thomas Cho-Fai LAM (WYK ’83)

Thomas Lam was a famous DJ, artiste and compere. He worked at Asia Television and Cable TV & Metro Radio as artiste and compere in his early career and later he was the Production Director & Creative Director of EAST Asia Satellite TV and Assistant Manger of TVB. (more…)

Saville Sum-yiu CHAN (WYK ’91)

Saville Chan (WYK ’91) is famous film producer, screenwriter and lyricist. He graduated from the Department of Anthropology of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. In 2010, he founded his own film company – 目前映畫. In 2013, he first produced the film “The Way We Dance” (狂舞派). He is the screenwriter of “She remembers, He forgets” (哪一天我們會飛), which was nominated the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Screenplay. He won the Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Original Film Song in 2014, 2016 and 2017. He is also a part-time lecturer at the Film School of the Hong Kong Baptist University.

CHAN Chung (WYHK ’98)

Chan Chung graduated from WYCHK in 2000. He has worked in Commercial Radio for 15 years. In recent years, he is a host of the 881 current affairs program 《在晴朗的一天出發》. He is also one of a bloggers of online media《眾新聞》. He has published the book 《愛港. 是咁的》 in 2013.

Curtis Wan-yui YEUNG (WYK ’05)

Curtis Yeung, graduated in 2005, inspired by the whole-person education in Wah Yan to be a journalist and trying to be a generalist. Curtis actively participated in debate in school. He has finished his postgraduate studies in journalism and worked in media for years. Currently, he is serving besides his full-time job in a community group for research in political communication and public opinion.