Members of board

johnny chong

founding chairperson

Mr. Johnny Chong has been engaged in the research and development of semiconductor materials for 15 year . His specialty is photochemical semiconductor manufacturing, involving new materials, biodiesel, quantum dot applications and other fields, as well as Japanese new energy power plants, fund management, and Hong Kong listing.
Some of Mr. Johnny Chong’s roles include: 
EU-China Fund Partner
YUAI World Foundation (Hong Kong Director)
Associate Dean of the UNIDO Digital Finance Institute for the UN
STARS Foundation (Founding Chairman)

Dr. ting ho

executive chairperson

Ph. D. (University of Pennsylvania)
B. Ec First Class Honours (University of Malaya)
Gold Medalist, Central Bank of Malaysia
Teaching Fellow (U Penn) 

Dr. Ting Ho was the first Chief Economist of FedEx Corp headquartered in Memphis, Tenn. 
He is currently employed as CEO of a Hong Kong company, Qi Biotech Company Limited. 
He is an advisor to the Guangdong Provincial government on logistics planning, information revolution, Big Data, Industrial 4.0, Automation and deployment of robots and intelligent drones for civilian and industrial use, and supply chain management through the IOT (Internet of Things) advisory committee.

ROY LO

vice-chairperson


2013-2019 The compliance reviewer of the Best Corporate Governance Awards of Hong Kong                          Institute of Certified Public Accountants
2015-2018 The member of the Financial Reporting Review Panel of Financial Reporting Council
2019         Divisional President 2019 – Greater China of CPA Australia

Roy is responsible for various auditing and IPO projects at SHINEWING. He has extensive experience in auditing, business merging and acquisitions, business appraisal, profit anticipation and listing arrangement for 27 years, and is familiar with the operations and regulations of different industries.
Roy is participating public service activities including Honorary Treasurer of UNESCO Hong Kong Association, Honorary Court Member of Hong Kong Baptist University and member of HKTDC Professional Services Advisory Committee

DR. Steven LOO

vice-chairperson

Specialist in Dermatology
Honorary clinical assistant professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Dr. Steven Loo is a specialist in dermatology. He was graduated from the Medical School of the Chinese University of Hong Kong with distinctions. He obtained the Membership of Royal College of Physicians UK. He received further fellowship training in dermatology and immunology in Baylor Research Institute in Dallas Texas and in Salford Royal Hospital, University of Manchester UK. He was elected as the Fellow of Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) in Edinburgh.

Prof. tang fang-fang

executive councilor

Professor of Economics, Finance and Marketing in 
        National School of Development of Peking University
1990-1996 European Doctoral Program under supervision of  Nobel Laureates Reinhard Selten and John C. Harsanyi
1996  Ph. D. in Quantitative Economics and Informatics
1997-2001 Taught in  Economics in NUS and Applied Economics in NTU, Singapore
2001-2008 Taught in Marketing Department of CUHK 
2008-  Professor in CCER, Peking University

Research interests:
Experimental Economics
Low Carbon economy and Climate Change
Game Theory and  Industrial Organisation
E-commerce and Online Marketing

Prof. zhou zi-heng

executive councilor

1991 Studied Jurisprudence in Peking University Law School 
        (Graduate School)
1992 Obtained Lawyer's Certificate
1994 Completed LL.M. in Chinese Law - Peking University Law School
1999 Studying Finance in Chinese Academy in Social Science (CASS)
2002 Completed Ph. D. in Economics
2003 Started teaching in Finance Research Centre of CASS
2013-2017 Consultant of Alibaba Group and Committee of AliResearch

Research Interests:
Digital Economy
Digital Currency
Currency Economics

PAK KWAN

vice-chairperson

Pak Kwan, The Commerical Director of Ravago Asia is the interface between the distribution commercial teams in both SEA and China and the global elastomer suppliers. Pak currently is responsible to set the strategic direction for Ravago Asia by working directly with Dow Chemical. He implements this strategy working with the distribution and resale commercial teams, be responsible for sourcing products (both Elastomers and P&SP, be responsible for the P&L of the Asia elastomers business and represents Ravago Asia on the global rubber team. 
 
Pak has 20 years’ experience in the elastomers market in Asia. Most recently was Managing Director for Merit Trading Limited for the distribution of EPDM for Lion Elastomers in Asia Pacific from 2009 to 2017 and was Sales Manager of E Chang Trading Limited branched in Hong Kong for Dow Elastomers (Engage, Versify and Nordel IP) from 2002 to 2009.

Pak is currently the business consultants of both 3R Eco Advance Hong Kong Limited and Seal Eco Advance Limited for handling plastic waste recycling locally in Hong Kong.

 

Dr. steven loo

vice-chairperson

Specialist in Dermatology
Honorary clinical assistant professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Dr. Steven Loo is a specialist in dermatology. He was graduated from the Medical School of the Chinese University of Hong Kong with distinctions. He obtained the Membership of Royal College of Physicians UK. He received further fellowship training in dermatology and immunology in Baylor Research Institute in Dallas Texas and in Salford Royal Hospital, University of Manchester UK. He was elected as the Fellow of Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) in Edinburgh.

Prof. lo wai-shun

executive councilor

1983 BSc in Physics, CUHK
1985 Mphil in Physics, CUHK
        PhD in Physics, Brown University
        Worked at Bell Labs and HK Telecom before
2004- Adjunct Professor of Information Engineering in CUHK
2013-  General Partner of DL Capitals
2014- Visiting Professor of PKU (School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

He has served as Board of Directors for two listed companies in Hong Kong. He has also  conducted many consulting projects for institutions and PE funds including IFC World Bank (investment strategy in China)