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GEN­ER­A­TION T PRI­VATE DIN­NER AND AF­TER-PARTY

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A star-stud­ded Gen­er­a­tion T pri­vate din­ner and af­ter-party marked the sec­ond man­i­fes­ta­tion of one of Hong Kong Tatler’s most am­bi­tious projects to date

A lav­ish party marked the sec­ond man­i­fes­ta­tion of one of Hong Kong Tatler’s most am­bi­tious projects to date, Gen­er­a­tion T. A plat­form cre­ated last year to recog­nise and cel­e­brate the city’s most promis­ing emerg­ing ta­lent, the class of 2016 com­prised 100 mem­bers. But when it came to dis­till­ing this year’s Gen T, we de­cided to nar­row it down to just 50 game chang­ers shap­ing the city’s fu­ture.

To do this we called on the ex­pe­ri­ence of a distin­guished panel of in­dus­try veter­ans and in­flu­en­tial business lead­ers, a group we call the Tatler Tribe, to help iden­tify out­stand­ing peo­ple across a va­ri­ety of in­dus­tries, from ed­u­ca­tion and tech­nol­ogy to film, art, de­sign and me­dia. The panel in­cluded, for ex­am­ple, the likes of hos­pi­tal­ity guru Yenn Wong, founder of the food and bev­er­age pow­er­house JIA Group, and ar­chi­tect An­dré Fu, founder of the AFSO de­sign stu­dio, to name just two.

The event would not have been pos­si­ble with­out our spon­sors, IWC Schaffhausen, The­ory and Mercedes-benz.

An­dré Fu Alessan­dro Bis­agni Sean Fitz­patrick Alan Lo and Yenn Wong

hongkong­tatler.com/events Justin Sweet­ing and Ni­cholas Tse

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