The 500 List

Who’s Who of Hong Kong 2019

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Joyce works in the fam­ily jew­ellery busi­ness, Ron­ald Abram, where she sets a high stan­dard for man­ag­ing client re­la­tion­ships. Beirut-born Joyce has an im­pres­sive flair for lan­guages: she is flu­ent in Ara­bic, French, English and He­brew. She and Ron­ald are the par­ents of JJ, Ziko and Jor­dan.

Ron­ald ABRAM

Ron­ald owns pres­ti­gious Hong Kong jew­ellery house Ron­ald Abram. He has been trad­ing rare and ex­cep­tional gems for five decades, is renowned for his per­sonal style and is an art deco afi­cionado.


A grad­u­ate of the Univer­sity of Chicago and a for­mer in­vest­ment banker, Audry is a part­ner at Cen­tral Wed­dings. She is mar­ried to Tom Mor­row and has three chil­dren.

Jo­hanna AR­CULLI

Jo­hanna is the wife of Ron­ald, mother of Claire, Jea­nine and Max, and step­mother of Kim and Derek. She is the holder of a Bronze Bauhinia Star and the Golden Cross from her na­tive Aus­tria. She is also the chair­man of char­ity Help­ing Hand.

Ron­ald AR­CULLI

Ron­ald is a se­nior part­ner of King & Wood Mallesons, chair­man of the FWD Group and vice-chair­man of the West Kowloon Cul­tural Dis­trict Au­thor­ity. He was awarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal in 2010. Ron­ald loves horse rac­ing, ski­ing and art.

Margery AU

Margery or­gan­ises char­ity, arts and ed­u­ca­tional events. She is the mother of Denise and De­bra Lo, and car­ries out a great deal of char­ity work. Ami­able and el­e­gant, she is a pop­u­lar so­ci­ety fig­ure and is fond of cook­ing.


Amanda is ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Shi­atos, a fam­ily-owned im­porter and dis­trib­u­tor of lux­ury goods, which she runs with her brother, Thomas Lee. She is mar­ried to Mo­nis and is the daugh­ter of Lee Shia-ping.

Annabelle BOND

This record-break­ing moun­taineer is the daugh­ter of El­iz­a­beth and John Bond, and the sis­ter of Lucy and Jonathan. She was awarded an OBE in 2006 and sup­ports nu­mer­ous char­i­ties, in­clud­ing the Eve Ap­peal and Lau­reus Sport for Good Foun­da­tion.


The CEO of Hong Kong­based in­vest­ment com­pany Golien, Max is an eco­nomics grad­u­ate from Switzer­land’s Univer­sity of St Gallen and holds an MBA from Har­vard Busi­ness School. Max is mar­ried to Monique, with whom he sup­ports many dif­fer­ent art in­sti­tu­tions and mu­se­ums around the world.

Monique BURGER

Monique is the owner of the Burger Col­lec­tion, a pri­vate col­lec­tion of con­tem­po­rary art, and is on the board of M+ Mu­seum. Monique is mar­ried to Max and is a big sup­porter of lo­cal artists, uni­ver­si­ties and art in­sti­tu­tions such as the Asia Art Ar­chive, Bap­tist Univer­sity, City Univer­sity and the Asia So­ci­ety.


A grad­u­ate of Yale Univer­sity and Co­lum­bia Busi­ness School, Ann is the co-founder of Punch De­tox and serves on the boards of the HK Ad­ven­tist Hospi­tal Foun­da­tion and Fo­cus. The wife of Ben­jamin and the mother of three chil­dren, she loves to cook, gar­den and go on long walks with friends, fam­ily and her two res­cue dogs.

Ben­jamin CHA

Ben­jamin is the CEO of Grosvenor Asia Pa­cific and co-chair of the Asia Art Ar­chive, and serves on the board of the M+ Mu­seum and the ad­vi­sory com­mit­tee of Tai Kwun. Mar­ried to Ann, he has two sons, Owen and Casper, and a daugh­ter, Mor­gan.

Laura CHA

For­merly vice-chair­man of the China Se­cu­ri­ties Reg­u­la­tory Com­mis­sion, Laura is a non-of­fi­cial mem­ber of the Ex­ec­u­tive Coun­cil, chair­man of the Hong Kong Ex­changes and Clear­ing, and an in­de­pen­dent nonex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of HSBC Hold­ings and Unilever. She re­ceived a Grand Bauhinia Medal in 2017.

Vic­tor CHA

Vic­tor is the deputy chair­man and man­ag­ing direc­tor of HKR In­ter­na­tional. He is also chair­man of the Hong Kong Arts Fes­ti­val. He is the hus­band of Laura, with whom he has two chil­dren. Vic­tor holds an MBA from Stan­ford Univer­sity


A de­signer, brand con­sul­tant and artist, Alan has won more than 600 de­sign awards lo­cally and in­ter­na­tion­ally in the past 45 years. He ven­tured into the new area of fine arts in 2000. His works have been ex­hib­ited in Hong Kong, Bei­jing, Shang­hai, Osaka, Sin­ga­pore and Mi­lan, and have been col­lected by art in­sti­tu­tions world­wide.

An­son CHAN

The daugh­ter of Fang Zhaol­ing, An­son was Hong Kong’s first fe­male and first Chi­nese Chief Sec­re­tary. She re­ceived the Grand Bauhinia Medal in 1999, and was ap­pointed a Dame Grand Cross of the Most Dis­tin­guished Or­der of Saint Michael and Saint Ge­orge in 2002 and Che­va­lier of the Na­tional Or­der of the Le­gion of Hon­our in 2008.

Bernard CHAN

Of Thai-Chi­nese de­scent, Bernard is chair­man of the Hong Kong Coun­cil of So­cial Ser­vice and the Hong Kong Palace Mu­seum, and con­venor of the nonof­fi­cial mem­bers of the Ex­ec­u­tive Coun­cil. He is also pres­i­dent of Asia Fi­nan­cial Hold­ings and Asia In­surance. Bernard is a JP and a Gold Bauhinia Star re­cip­i­ent.

Candice CHAN

The daugh­ter of Michael and Pauline, Candice heads J Candice In­te­rior Ar­chi­tects, han­dling de­sign for projects in­clud­ing the Grand Cin­ema in El­e­ments and Fook Ming Tong, and restau­rants such as Lady M and Kishoku. Candice is mar­ried to Leonard Chao and they have three chil­dren.

Charles CHAN

Charles is the man­ag­ing direc­tor of Vim­champ Group and direc­tor of Watches of Switzer­land. He is also the chair­man of the Ed­u­ca­tion De­vel­op­ment Foun­da­tion As­so­ci­a­tion. Charles is mar­ried to Heidy Yip and they have two daugh­ters, Sum­mer and Shelby.

Christo­pher CHAN

Christo­pher is the man­ag­ing direc­tor of Fan­tas­tic Nat­u­ral Cos­met­ics Lim­ited, the sole dis­trib­u­tor of Fancl prod­ucts in Asia ex­clud­ing Ja­pan. He and his wife, Michelle, sup­port the First Ini­tia­tive Foun­da­tion and Le French May arts fes­ti­val. They have one daugh­ter, Ch­eryl.

Christo­pher YC CHAN

Se­nior part­ner of Chan and Cheng So­lic­i­tors and No­taries, Christo­pher is on the ad­vi­sory board of the Tung Wah Group of Hos­pi­tals and is the deputy chair­man of the Ap­peal Board on Pub­lic Meet­ings and Pro­ces­sions. He is a JP and holds a Bronze Bauhinia Star.

Den­nis CHAN

A de­sign grad­u­ate of Hong Kong Polytech­nic Univer­sity, Den­nis is the co-founder and cre­ative direc­tor of Qeelin. An avid col­lec­tor of time­pieces and cam­eras, he is an ar­dent sup­porter of the Hong Kong De­sign Cen­tre. Den­nis is mar­ried to May, with whom he has a daugh­ter.

Har­ris CHAN

Har­ris is the cre­ative direc­tor and deputy CEO of Moiselle, the women’s cloth­ing la­bel started by his par­ents, Shirley and Boby Chan. A grad­u­ate of the Lon­don Col­lege of Fash­ion, Har­ris is cred­ited with rein­vig­o­rat­ing the la­bel with a youth­ful, opu­lent ap­proach that has re­sulted in steady growth through­out the re­gion. He is also a sup­porter of the HKAPA.


The daugh­ter of renowned ar­chi­tect Chan Pak-ke­ung, Jean is a grad­u­ate of the Whar­ton School at the Univer­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia, and a man­age­ment con­sul­tant and eq­uity re­search an­a­lyst by pro­fes­sion. She and her hus­band, Pierre-Henri Boutot, have two sons, Alexan­dre and Adrien.

Joanne CHAN

The daugh­ter of Christo­pher and Vir­ginia Chan, Joanne is a scion of the Tai Sang Bank fam­ily. She founded arts, cul­ture and her­itage con­sul­tancy Per Artem Lu­men, and serves on the boards of the Hong Kong Dance Com­pany and the HKPhil. Joanne is the au­thor of the Happy Gabby chil­dren’s mu­sic book se­ries.


John is deputy chair­man of Trans­port In­ter­na­tional Hold­ings (for­merly Kowloon Mo­tor Bus Hold­ings), chair­man of the court of HKUST and on the board of di­rec­tors of the Com­mu­nity Chest. John and his wife, Agnes, have two chil­dren. He is a JP and a Gold Bauhinia Star re­cip­i­ent.

Johnny CHAN

The chair­man of Tech­pa­cific Cap­i­tal and pres­i­dent of the Hong Kong Ven­ture Cap­i­tal and Pri­vate Eq­uity As­so­ci­a­tion, Johnny is also an ad­viser to Thai­land’s vice-min­is­ter of fi­nance. He is mar­ried to Yuda, with three chil­dren: Natt, Calla and Tippa.


Af­ter serv­ing as the Sec­re­tary for Fi­nan­cial Ser­vices and the Trea­sury (from 2007 to 2017), the dean of busi­ness and man­age­ment at HKUST, and the chair­man of the Steer­ing Group on Fin­tech, KC joined on­line lender WeLab as a se­nior ad­viser in 2018. He is a JP and has a Gold Bauhinia Star, and is mar­ried to Eva.

Michael CHAN

A non-ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of the fam­ily-run Café de Coral Hold­ings (he was its long-time chair­man) and honorary chair­man of the Hong Kong In­sti­tute of Mar­ket­ing, Michael holds bach­e­lor’s and mas­ter’s de­grees from the Univer­sity of Man­i­toba, and is an honorary fel­low of Ling­nan Univer­sity.

Ron­nie CHAN

Chair­man of the Hang Lung De­vel­op­ment Group (since 1991), vice-pres­i­dent of the Real Es­tate De­vel­op­ers As­so­ci­a­tion of Hong Kong, chair­man emer­i­tus of the Asia So­ci­ety and chair­man of its Hong Kong Cen­tre, Ron­nie made a US$350 mil­lion dona­tion to Har­vard Univer­sity’s School of Pub­lic Health and, in 2017, re­ceived the Grand Bauhinia Medal.

Vir­ginia CHAN

El­dest daugh­ter of the late Ma Kam-ming, the for­mer chair­man of Tai Sang Bank, Vir­ginia is mar­ried to Christo­pher; the cou­ple are in­volved with the Tung Wah Group of Hos­pi­tals. They have two daugh­ters, Joanne and Bon­nie.

Vivien CHAN

Vivien runs her own law firm, Vivien Chan & Co. She is also the founder, chair­man and man­ag­ing direc­tor of prop­erty in­vest­ment, man­age­ment and de­vel­op­ment group VCC Land. She has two chil­dren, Anna-Mae and Har­vey Koo, holds a Sil­ver Bauhinia Star and is a JP.

CHAN Wing-kee

Wing-kee is the man­ag­ing direc­tor of Yangtzekiang Gar­ment, ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of YGM Trad­ing and a direc­tor of Hong Kong Knitters, and honorary chair­man of nu­mer­ous or­gan­i­sa­tions re­lated to tex­tiles, gar­ments, ex­port and ship­ping. He is a re­cip­i­ent of the Grand Bauhinia Medal.

Win­nie CHAN

The daugh­ter of Star Chan, Win­nie grad­u­ated from Loy­ola Mary­mount Univer­sity in the US and is the direc­tor of Greater China for Swiss lux­ury jew­eller Gü­be­lin. Mar­ried to An­drew Tan, she is a sup­porter of Yan Chai Hospi­tal. Win­nie en­joys trav­el­ling, es­pe­cially to Tokyo, and good food.


An Egyp­tian-born Thai, Yuda is mar­ried to Johnny and has three chil­dren. A grad­u­ate of the Ge­orge­town Univer­sity Law Cen­tre and the School of For­eign Ser­vice, Yuda has re­tired from prac­tis­ing law but re­mains a mem­ber of the New York State Bar As­so­ci­a­tion.


Jan­ice is a board mem­ber of Hong Kong Bal­let, a trustee of De­sign Trust and a mem­ber of the In­ter­na­tional Cir­cle at the Cen­tre Pom­pi­dou in Paris. She worked as a se­nior ad­ver­tis­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tions ex­ec­u­tive af­ter she ob­tained her MBA de­gree. Jan­ice en­joys trav­el­ling with hus­band Louis and son Lu­cas.

Bon­nie CHAN-WOO

Bon­nie is the chair­per­son and CEO of the Ici­cle Group and the co-founder of cross­cul­tural en­ter­tain­ment com­pany Stu­dio SV with hip-hop artist Lupe Fi­asco. She is vice-chair of the Hong Kong De­sign Cen­tre and a direc­tor of Para Site. She is mar­ried to Dar­rin Woo, with whom she has one son.

John­son CHANG Tsong-zung

A highly re­garded ex­pert on Chi­nese con­tem­po­rary art, John­son helped launch the ca­reers of renowned artists from the post-’89 era, in­clud­ing Zhang Xiao­gang, Zeng Fanzhi and many oth­ers. He is direc­tor of the Ha­nart TZ Gallery, guest pro­fes­sor at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou and co-founder of the Asia Art Ar­chive.

Ce­cil CHAO

Reg­is­tered ar­chi­tect Ce­cil is in­volved in the prop­erty de­vel­op­ment arena. He is ex­ec­u­tive chair­man of the Yan Yin Com­pany, Cheuk Nang Hold­ings (Hong Kong), Power Wide Prop­er­ties (China), Top Re­gent Asia (Ma­cau) and Martego (Malaysia). He has three chil­dren: Gigi, Howard and Ro­man.


Ce­cil’s daugh­ter Gigi is ex­ec­u­tive vice-chair­man of Cheuk Nang Hold­ings. She also takes an in­ter­est in the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps, where she is a spe­cial­ist flight lieu­tenant, and Faith in Love Foun­da­tion, a char­ity she founded in 2008 to sup­port un­der­priv­i­leged chil­dren in Hong Kong.


The son of Ge­orge, Hing has been a pi­o­neer in cul­tural con­ser­va­tion in China for the past decade. He is the founder of the Hong Kong Cul­ture Fes­ti­val and CEO of the In­ter­na­tional Gu­oshu As­so­ci­a­tion. He and his wife, Vi­cen­tia, have two chil­dren.

Leonard CHAO

Direc­tor of real es­tate in­vest­ment firm Lechare and founder of Kelly & Moss, Leonard is the el­dest grand­son of the late Ningbo phi­lan­thropist Zhao Anzhong. He speaks flu­ent Pu­tonghua, English, Ger­man, Can­tonese and Shang­hainese. He and his wife, Candice Chan, have two sons, Lo­gan and Le­land.

Sab­rina CHAO

The daugh­ter of for­mer ac­tress Lily Ho and the late Ge­orge Chao, Sab­rina is the chair­man of Wah Kwong Ship­ping and the first woman to chair the Hong Kong Shipown­ers As­so­ci­a­tion. She is also a pas­sion­ate horse rac­ing fan and loves to travel. She has two sis­ters, Jane and Joan, and a brother, Hing.


Twin sis­ter of Joan Chao and daugh­ter of the late Wah Kwong ship­ping ty­coon Ge­orge Chao and wife Lily, Jane founded Ga­lerie Huit and co-founded bou­tique Mai­son Huit and jew­ellery brand Scip­ian. She is a sup­porter of the Chang­ing Young Lives Foun­da­tion and is mar­ried to Do­minique Lee.

Bran­don CHAU

A trained bar­ris­ter, Bran­don is the founder of Nob­lesse Life­style Group, co-founder of At­tire House and founder of char­ity A-Life Academy. The son of Brenda and the late Kai-bong, he is mar­ried to Jenny with two chil­dren, Win­ston and Alas­tair. He is known for his pas­sion for clas­sic styling, and is also an en­thu­si­as­tic mar­tial artist.

Brenda CHAU

Bub­bly Brenda, the widow of Kai-bong and mother of Bran­don, is only seen at select func­tions around town but is al­ways in her trade­mark, tai­lor­made out­fits. Brenda is a re­tired bar­ris­ter and a tal­ented cook who loves to travel.


The stylish daugh­ter of Kevin and Reina, Chelsea grad­u­ated from Stan­ford in 2011 and at­tended the Ge­mo­log­i­cal In­sti­tute of Amer­ica. In 2017, she mar­ried Justin Kuok, and they wel­comed their son in 2018.

Jenny CHAU

With an en­gi­neer­ing de­gree from the Univer­sity of Cam­bridge, Jenny was an in­vest­ment banker be­fore be­com­ing a full­time mother to her two young sons, Win­ston and Alas­tair. The wife of Bran­don, she can be seen around town at the hottest events.

Kevin CHAU

Kevin is the owner and prin­ci­pal of in­vest­ment com­pany KRC Projects. He is also a part­ner in cloud­based soft­ware plat­form com­pany Cus­tom Gate­way In­ter­na­tional. Kevin and his wife, Reina, have a daugh­ter, Chelsea. He is a tal­ented golfer who also loves art and cars.

Reina CHAU

San Fran­cisco-born Reina is the wife of Kevin and mother of Chelsea. She is a part­ner in fash­ion com­pany Ni-Chi, and is renowned for her style and grace. Reina was the re­cip­i­ent of

Hong Kong Tatler’s Most Stylish award in 2012.

Solina CHAU

Solina is a direc­tor of the Li Ka Shing Foun­da­tion and a co-founder of ven­ture cap­i­tal firm Hori­zons Ven­tures. She re­ceived her bach­e­lor’s de­gree from the Univer­sity of New South Wales. Solina col­lects art, and en­joys golf and box­ing.


Sham is the chair­man of KC Mar­itime and chair­man of the board of trustees of the Kish­in­c­hand Chellaram Foun­da­tion. He grad­u­ated from Canada’s McGill Univer­sity.

James CHEN

Ed­u­cated at the Univer­sity of Chicago, James is the founder of Clearly, a global cam­paign ad­vo­cat­ing uni­ver­sal ac­cess to eye care. He is also founder of Vi­sion for a Na­tion, co-founder of Adlens, CEO of Legacy Ad­vi­sors, chair­man of Wahum Group Hold­ings and chair of the Chen Yet-Sen Fam­ily Foun­da­tion. James and his wife, Su Lee, have two sons and a daugh­ter.

Philip CHEN

Af­ter serv­ing for more than eight years, Philip re­tired as the CEO of Hang Lung Group and Hang Lung Prop­er­ties in 2018. He is a stew­ard of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, a vice-pa­tron of the Hong Kong Com­mu­nity Chest and a JP, and holds a Gold Bauhinia Star. Philip is mar­ried to Anita, with whom he has two chil­dren.


Su Lee is a co-founder of early-child­hood lit­er­acy char­ity Bring Me a Book Hong Kong and a board mem­ber of the Feng Zikai Chi­nese Chil­dren’s Pic­ture Book Award, the first glob­ally recog­nised award for orig­i­nal Chi­ne­se­lan­guage pic­ture books. She is the wife of James and the mother of three chil­dren.

Vivien CHEN

Vivien is the youngest daugh­ter of the late bil­lion­aire Chen Din-hwa and the honorary chair­man of the fam­ily’s Nan Fung Group. She is a mother of three, and her youngest daugh­ter, Vanessa, is the group’s man­ag­ing direc­tor; Vivien has no di­rect in­volve­ment in its day-to-day op­er­a­tions.

Adrian CHENG

Adrian is the driv­ing force be­hind New World Group and Chow Tai Fook. The Har­vard grad­u­ate founded K11 as a mu­seum-re­tail con­cept for younger con­sumers. An avid pa­tron of the arts, he is on the boards of MoMA PS1 and M+, and is a trustee of Royal Academy of Arts. He is mar­ried to Jen­nifer and they have three chil­dren.

Bar­ney CHENG

The direc­tor of the Yenrabi cre­ative stu­dio, Bar­ney fea­tured on Forbes’ 2010 list of the 25 Most In­flu­en­tial Chi­nese in Global Fash­ion. A sup­porter of char­i­ties in­clud­ing In­ter­na­tional Care Min­istries, Agape In­ter­na­tional Mis­sions and the End Child Sex­ual Abuse Foun­da­tion, Bar­ney is also on the board of di­rec­tors of the Hong Kong De­sign Cen­tre.

Christo­pher CHENG

Christo­pher is the chair­man of Wing Tai Prop­er­ties, which also op­er­ates sub­sidiary Lan­son Place. With an MBA from Co­lum­bia Univer­sity, he has an OBE and a Gold Bauhinia Star. He and wife Ivy have two chil­dren.

Dorothy CHENG

Dorothy is the CEO and port­fo­lio man­ager of Choco­late As­set Man­age­ment, and is on the board of ad­vis­ers for In­ter­na­tional Care Min­istries and the Cross­roads Foun­da­tion. A Univer­sity of Toronto grad­u­ate, she loves spend­ing her down­time with her three chil­dren and hus­band Jonathan.


Edgar stud­ied on­col­ogy at the Univer­sity of Notre Dame and the Med­i­cal Col­lege of Wis­con­sin be­fore be­com­ing a physi­cian at the Me­mo­rial Sloan-Ket­ter­ing Can­cer Cen­tre. Now a leader in the busi­ness world, he is chair­man of the World-Wide In­vest­ment Com­pany, holds a Gold Bauhinia Star and is a JP.

Ed­ward CHENG

A grad­u­ate of Ox­ford Univer­sity, Ed­ward is deputy chair­man and chief ex­ec­u­tive of Wing Tai Prop­er­ties, and chair­man of Lan­son Place Hos­pi­tal­ity Man­age­ment. Mar­ried to Louisa, with two daugh­ters, Ed­ward is a JP and re­ceived a Gold Bauhinia Star in 2018.


The chair­man and ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of New World De­vel­op­ment, NWS Hold­ings and Chow Tai Fook Jew­ellery Group, Henry also holds nu­mer­ous ti­tles un­der the New World um­brella. In 2017 he was awarded the Grand Bauhinia Medal. Henry is the son of Yu-tung and the fa­ther of Adrian and So­nia.


Ivy is a se­nior part­ner in Hong Kong le­gal firm Woo Kwan Lee & Lo, where her spe­cial­i­ties are con­veyanc­ing and other prop­erty-re­lated trans­ac­tions. Ivy and her hus­band, Christo­pher, have two chil­dren.

Jen­nifer CHENG

This for­mer banker is the co-founder of Arch Ed­u­ca­tion and char­ity Arch Com­mu­nity Out­reach, which sup­ports ed­u­ca­tion and ca­reer de­vel­op­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties for un­der­re­sourced youth. Mar­ried to Adrian, Jen­nifer is a grad­u­ate of Co­lum­bia Univer­sity.

Jonathan CHENG

Un­der the fam­ily’s Chi­a­phua group of com­pa­nies, Jonathan is the ex­ec­u­tive chair­man of Jen De­vel­op­ment and co-founder of Jen Cap­i­tal. He is also on the board of ad­vis­ers for In­ter­na­tional Care Min­istries and the Cross­roads Foun­da­tion. He and his wife, Dorothy, have three chil­dren.

Louisa CHENG

A grad­u­ate of Stan­ford Univer­sity, Louisa is a keen oil pain­ter and has shown her works at many ex­hi­bi­tions. She is a mem­ber of the Stan­ford Arts Ad­vi­sory Coun­cil. Louisa is a past re­cip­i­ent of our Most Stylish Woman award. She and hus­band Ed­ward have two daugh­ters.

Mignonne CHENG

The chair­man of BNP Paribas Wealth Man­age­ment for Asia-Pa­cific, Mignonne is an in­flu­en­tial fig­ure in the fi­nan­cial sec­tor across the re­gion. She was be­stowed the Che­va­lier de L’Or­dre Na­tional de la Lé­gion d’Hon­neur for her con­tri­bu­tions in pro­mot­ing French art and cul­ture in Hong Kong. She is the mother of Michelle Cheng-Chan.


Af­ter re­tir­ing from the prac­tice, Moses con­tin­ues as a con­sul­tant at so­lic­i­tors and no­taries PC Woo & Co. In 2010 he founded the Child De­vel­op­ment Match­ing Fund. He is also the found­ing chair­man of Opera Hong Kong and chair­man of the In­surance Au­thor­ity of Hong Kong. Moses re­ceived the Grand Bauhinia Medal in 2016. He is mar­ried to Betty.

So­nia CHENG

So­nia is the CEO of Rose­wood Ho­tel Group and spear­heads the global ex­pan­sion of the com­pany’s four-brand port­fo­lio, which in­cludes Rose­wood Ho­tels & Re­sorts, New World Ho­tels & Re­sorts, Pen­ta­ho­tels and KHOS. So­nia and her hus­band, Paulo Pong, have three daugh­ters and a son.


The daugh­ter of Moses and Betty, Vena is an in­ves­ti­ga­tions lawyer by day and a phi­lan­thropist by night. She de­votes much of her free time to char­i­ties such as the New Hope Foun­da­tion China and MedArt China Or­phan Out­reach. Vena en­joys opera and clas­si­cal mu­sic, and loves trav­el­ling.


Daugh­ter of Mignonne Cheng, this banker-turne­den­trepreneur is a co-founder and CEO of lux­ury com­mu­ni­ca­tions agency Mazarine Asia Pa­cific and its sub­sidiary Oc­ca­sions. An honorary vice-chair­man of the Hong Kong United Youth As­so­ci­a­tion, Michelle is mar­ried to Alan Chan and has two sons, Ay­den and Ash­ton.


With de­grees from the Univer­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia and Har­vard Busi­ness School, An­gela is the co-founder of Hong Kong’s first juice-cleanse com­pany, Punch De­tox, as well as the not-for-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion EcoDrive HK. She is the wife of Mat­suzawa Masaaki and the mother of twin boys. A cer­ti­fied yoga teacher, she is an ad­vo­cate of clean eat­ing and liv­ing.


The holder of a sci­ence de­gree from Bos­ton Univer­sity, Vi­ola is the twin sis­ter of Vanessa Kwan and the wife of Bernard. She is a co-founder of bou­tique Mai­son Huit and jew­ellery com­pany Scip­ian, and mother to daugh­ters Alexan­dra and Vic­to­ria. She en­joys ski­ing, book­bind­ing and knit­ting.


Flora re­ceived the World Out­stand­ing Chi­nese Award in 2007. She has cre­ated nu­mer­ous fash­ion la­bels, man­aged and hosted more than 50 TV pro­duc­tions, stud­ied dance and stage di­rec­tion, and starred in movies. She has one daugh­ter, Clau­dine Ying.

Ce­cilia CHE­UNG

The wife of Chung-kiu, Ce­cilia is an avid art col­lec­tor and a bud­ding artist. The mother of two is a sup­porter of the Hong Kong So­ci­ety for the Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren. In her free time, Ce­cilia en­joys trav­el­ling with her fam­ily, mu­sic and danc­ing.

CHE­UNG Chung-kiu

Chung-kiu, bet­ter known as CK, orig­i­nally hails from Chongqing and is the founder and man­ag­ing direc­tor of Yu­gang In­ter­na­tional; his other com­pa­nies in­clude CC Land Hold­ings and YT Re­alty Group. He is mar­ried to Ce­cilia and they have two chil­dren.


David is a car­dio­tho­racic sur­geon in the UK and Hong Kong, and is ac­tive in med­i­cal pub­lish­ing and the de­vel­op­ment of med­i­cal tech­nol­ogy. He is mar­ried to Michelle Ong; they have three chil­dren: Adrian, Amanda and Jen­nifer.

Jonathan CHE­UNG

Jonathan (or JC, as he’s known to friends) is a grad­u­ate of Par­sons School of De­sign and The Bartlett at Univer­sity Col­lege Lon­don. He is the co-founder of pub­lic re­la­tions pow­er­house Buzz Agency and works with his fa­ther at ITC Prop­er­ties Group. Jonathan is a sup­porter of the HKAPA and Tate’s Asia-Pa­cific Ac­qui­si­tions Com­mit­tee.

Pe­ter CHE­UNG

With 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in mar­ket­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tions for lux­ury and fash­ion brands, Pe­ter launched his epony­mous strate­gic con­sul­tancy Pe­ter Che­ung Asia in 2015. He is an ex­ec­u­tive com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Hong Kong Academy for Per­form­ing Arts.

Vin­cent CHE­UNG

Vin­cent is a con­sul­tant for the law firm he co-founded al­most 30 years ago. He is the Grand Mas­ter of Asia of the Com­man­dery of Bordeaux (China and Hong Kong Chap­ter) and the only Hongkonger ap­pointed a Com­man­der of the Or­der of Agri­cul­tural Merit by the Repub­lic of France.

Al­ice CHIU

A direc­tor of the Henyep Group, Al­ice founded the Sheen Hok Char­i­ta­ble Foun­da­tion and was awarded the Che­va­lier of the Or­der of Arts and Let­ters by France’s Min­istry of Cul­ture in 2015. She is also the founder and su­per­vi­sor of HK No­bel Preschool. She and hus­band Louis have three chil­dren and 11 grand­chil­dren.

Kathy CHIU

The chair­man of Prime In­vest­ments Group, and an in­de­pen­dent non-ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Sau San Tong Hold­ings and Na­tional Agri­cul­tural Hold­ings, Kathy is a JP and an Ital­ian knight. She sup­ports the Po Le­ung Kuk, Jackie Chan Char­i­ta­ble Foun­da­tion, Hong Kong Ten­nis Foun­da­tion and the Peace and De­vel­op­ment Foun­da­tion.

Louis CHIU

Louis is chair­man of the Henyep Group and the hus­band of Al­ice. Known for their phi­lan­thropy, the cou­ple sup­port nu­mer­ous ed­u­ca­tional es­tab­lish­ments and char­i­ties. They have three chil­dren and 11 grand­chil­dren.

Win­nie CHIU

Win­nie is the pres­i­dent of ho­tel group Dorsett Hos­pi­tal­ity In­ter­na­tional and the chair­man of Agora Hos­pi­tal­ity Group. She is the chair­man of the Hong Kong Art School; and a coun­cil mem­ber of the Hong Kong Arts De­vel­op­ment Coun­cil. She is mar­ried to Tung Ho-pin and they have a daugh­ter.

Fran­cis CHOI

Fran­cis is the founder and chair­man of Early Light In­ter­na­tional Hold­ings, vicechair­man of Re­gal Ho­tels and deputy chair­man of Town Health In­ter­na­tional Med­i­cal Group, and an honorary pres­i­dent of the Toys Man­u­fac­tur­ers’ As­so­ci­a­tion of Hong Kong. He and wife Mar­garet have three chil­dren. Fran­cis holds a Gold Bauhinia Star.

Kar­son CHOI

A grad­u­ate of the Univer­sity of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia, Kar­son is the chair­man of the Halewin­ner Watches Group and the vice-chair­man of Early Light In­ter­na­tional Hold­ings. The son of Fran­cis and Mar­garet, Kar­son is mar­ried to Irene Wang and they have three chil­dren.

Mar­garet CHOI

Wife of Fran­cis and a mother of three, Mar­garet is a coun­cil mem­ber of the Hong Kong Fed­er­a­tion of Women. She also sup­ports nu­mer­ous other char­i­ties, in­clud­ing the Hong Kong Girl Guides As­so­ci­a­tion.

Stan­ley CHOU

Stan­ley is a man­ag­ing part­ner of pri­vate in­vest­ment of­fices SCA In­ter­na­tional and Lufin Asia Pa­cific. A grad­u­ate of Dart­mouth Col­lege and the Stan­ford Grad­u­ate School of Busi­ness, he is mar­ried to Leigh Tung-Chou and they have three chil­dren.


The wife of Kwok-chuen and mother of Jo­lene, Amy is a ce­ramist and an avid col­lec­tor of jade, sculp­tures, an­tiques and an­tiq­ui­ties. She is a guqin en­thu­si­ast and her in­ter­ests in­clude crafts, needle­work, tex­tiles, trav­el­ling and read­ing.


Evan is the man­ag­ing part­ner of MCL Fi­nan­cial Group, one of Hong Kong’s lead­ing bou­tique as­set man­age­ment plat­forms, and the man­ag­ing direc­tor for his fam­ily of­fice, CEG. Evan is a mem­ber of the Young Pres­i­dents’ Or­ga­ni­za­tion, and is a con­tem­po­rary art col­lec­tor and pa­tron. He was re­cently ap­pointed to the board of trustees at the New Mu­seum in New York.

Jac­que­line CHOW

A Brown Univer­sity grad­u­ate, Jac­que­line is an ex­ec­u­tive com­mit­tee and fundrais­ing com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Hong Kong So­ci­ety for the Pro­tec­tion of Chil­dren, a coun­cil mem­ber of SAHK and a school man­ager of Ebenezer School for the Vis­ually Im­paired.

Jo­lene CHOW

Grand­daugh­ter of Fung King-hey and daugh­ter of Kwok-chuen and Amy, Jo­lene is the le­gal coun­sel and direc­tor of the Rice Group. The holder of de­grees from Univer­sity Col­lege Lon­don, Cam­bridge and Ox­ford, she en­joys read­ing, gar­den­ing and trav­el­ling.

CHOW Kwok-chuen

Hus­band of Amy, Kwokchuen is chair­man of the Rice Group. He is an avid col­lec­tor of cars, art, an­tiques, jade, vin­tage pu’er tea and wine. Kwokchuen is a for­mer direc­tor of the Tung Wah Group of Hos­pi­tals and Pok Oi Hospi­tal in Yuen Long.


Lily is an ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of the Che­va­lier Group and daugh­ter of its late founder, Yei-ching. She is an ac­tive mem­ber of the All-China Women’s Fed­er­a­tion, a stand­ing com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Ningbo Mu­nic­i­pal Com­mit­tee of the CPPCC and a mem­ber of the board of gov­er­nors of Hong Kong Sin­foni­etta.


Yolanda is a co-founder of EcoDrive, a non-profit that fo­cuses on re­duc­tion of sin­gle-use plas­tics. She is also a part­ner at Cen­tral Wed­dings and The Pri­vate Wine Com­pany. Yolanda en­joys hik­ing, ski­ing, wakesurf­ing, en­ter­tain­ing and trav­el­ling. A grad­u­ate of Pur­due Univer­sity, she is mar­ried to Hamil­ton Tang and has two chil­dren.

Car­men CHU

A char­tered mem­ber of the Zonta Club, Car­men sup­ports the Hong Kong Arts Cen­tre and var­i­ous chil­dren’s foun­da­tions. She re­turned to the fam­ily tex­tile and phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal busi­ness af­ter work­ing at Mor­gan Stan­ley. Car­men is mar­ried to Ten­niel and they have two chil­dren, Gwyneth and Ethan.

Irene CHU

A for­mer banker who also worked at the UN, Irene now de­votes her time to phi­lan­thropy, with chil­dren’s ed­u­ca­tion in Main­land China and an or­phan­age in Cam­bo­dia among her causes. Irene is the Asia-Pa­cific chair­man for the Ox­ford Univer­sity China Cen­tre De­vel­op­ment Coun­cil and a mem­ber of Habi­tat for Hu­man­ity’s AP De­vel­op­ment Coun­cil.


Ken is a na­tional com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Chi­nese Peo­ple’s Po­lit­i­cal Con­sul­ta­tive Con­fer­ence, and chair­man and CEO of Mis­sion Hills Group, spear­head­ing sports, tourism, leisure and cul­tural de­vel­op­ment in Main­land China. He serves on the board of CUHK and the ad­vi­sory com­mit­tee of Lan­tau De­vel­op­ment. He is the brother of Ten­niel.

Kingston CHU

Kingston is the son of Pollyanna and Nicholas Chu, and is the scion of the fam­ily that founded the Kingston Fi­nan­cial Group, where he is an ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor. He is mar­ried to in­te­rior de­signer Kelly Lo.

Pollyanna CHU

Pollyanna runs one of Hong Kong’s largest lo­cal bro­ker­ages, Kingston Fi­nan­cial, as CEO with her hus­band, Nicholas, as chair­man. She is also the chair­man of Franck Muller Asia-Pa­cific. Pollyanna is a mem­ber of the Na­tional Com­mit­tee of the CPPCC, and founder and per­ma­nent honorary chair­man of the Cham­ber of HK Listed Com­pa­nies.

Sa­muel CHU

Hus­band of Pauline, Sa­muel is a found­ing part­ner and the chief in­vest­ment of­fi­cer of Phoenix Prop­erty In­vestors. He has an MBA from the Univer­sity of Chicago. He en­joys trav­el­ling with his wife and their two sons, Janson and Evan.

Ten­niel CHU

Vice-chair­man of the Mis­sion Hills Group, Ten­niel helped es­tab­lish the Ten­niel Chu Chair in Sports Man­age­ment pro­gramme at the Univer­sity of Toronto cour­tesy of a record dona­tion in 2018. Along with his brother Ken, he has been named the Most Pow­er­ful Per­son in Asian Golf for seven con­sec­u­tive years. He is mar­ried to Car­men and they have two chil­dren, Gwyneth and Ethan.

Vic­tor CHU

Chair­man and CEO of the First Eastern In­vest­ment Group, Vic­tor co-founded Peach Avi­a­tion with Ja­pan’s ANA. He serves on the board of Air­bus SE and co-chairs the Hong KongEurope Busi­ness Coun­cil and the World Eco­nomic Fo­rum’s In­ter­na­tional Busi­ness Coun­cil. Vic­tor and his wife, Irene, sup­port or­gan­i­sa­tions that pro­mote the arts and cul­ture in Asia.

Lo­letta CHU-LO

Lo­letta is a for­mer Miss Hong Kong and the mother of Ken­neth, Eric and Jeremy Fok. She is the honorary life pres­i­dent of the Wai Yin As­so­ci­a­tion and has been awarded the Women’s Foun­da­tion lead­er­ship award for phi­lan­thropy. She is mar­ried to Vin­cent Lo.


This artist taught at the Univer­sity of Hong Kong and CUHK, and has held solo ex­hi­bi­tions at nu­mer­ous gal­leries and in­sti­tu­tions, in­clud­ing the Hong Kong Arts Cen­tre, the Guangzhou Mu­seum of Art, the Shang­hai Art Mu­seum and Canada’s Par­lia­ment. Nancy is mar­ried to James and they have two chil­dren: Re­becca and Stephen.


Named Hong Kong Tatler’s Most Promis­ing Young Lady in 2015, Candy is an ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Chuang’s Con­sor­tium In­ter­na­tional and vice-chair­man of Mi­das In­ter­na­tional. Wife of Neville Kote­wall and mother of Dar­ius, she was fea­tured as a celebrity model for the Dolce & Gab­bana au­tumn 2017 show in Mi­lan.

Eu­gene CHUANG

Born in Shang­hai, Eu­gene is an en­tre­pre­neur and phi­lan­thropist. He is the founder and chair­man emer­i­tus of HEC Cap­i­tal, and is known for his sup­port as a spon­sor and fundraiser for nu­mer­ous char­i­ta­ble or­gan­i­sa­tions. He is the son of Joan and brother of Henry.

He­len CHUNG

He­len is the founder and man­ag­ing part­ner of sil­ver bou­tique gift shop Nugget. She and hus­band Po have three chil­dren. Co-founder of the Po & He­len Chung Foun­da­tion, she is a pain­ter, a cal­lig­ra­pher, a gifted singer and a tal­ented flower ar­ranger.


Mico is the chair­man and ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Cap­i­tal Strate­gic In­vest­ments (CSI) Prop­er­ties, a prop­erty com­pany with in­ter­ests in Hong Kong and Shang­hai. A grad­u­ate of Univer­sity Col­lege Lon­don, Mico is also a non-ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Hong Kong Tele­com. He and wife Nina have two daugh­ters, Jas­mine and Ash­ley.


The co-founder of DHL In­ter­na­tional, Po spear­headed the do­main of ser­vice lead­er­ship ed­u­ca­tion (SLE), fo­cus­ing on en­rich­ment in ter­tiary ed­u­ca­tion and SLE work­shops to help sus­tain Hong Kong brands. Mar­ried to He­len, he is the fa­ther of three daugh­ters.

Jacque CON­NOR

Mar­ried to Chip, Jacque is a ded­i­cated mother to three boys. Jacque is ex­ten­sively in­volved in or­gan­i­sa­tions sup­port­ing chil­dren’s learn­ing and serves on the ad­vi­sory boards of a num­ber of US schools. She shares with her hus­band a love for vin­tage cars and for spend­ing time in As­pen, Colorado; Carmel, Cal­i­for­nia; and France.

Wil­liam E CON­NOR II

Known as Chip, and born and raised in Ja­pan, he pur­chased the fam­ily busi­ness in Tokyo in the mid-1980s, moved it to Hong Kong and ex­panded it into one of the world’s largest global sourc­ing firms. Chip sits on the gov­ern­ing sen­ate of the Fédéra­tion In­ter­na­tionale de l’Au­to­mo­bile. He’s mar­ried to Jacque and is the fa­ther of three sons.

Pau­lene CRUZ

Pau­lene and her hus­band, Tony, have two grown-up chil­dren, Sean and An­to­nia. Pau­lene has al­ways been Tony’s big­gest sup­porter over the years, and they both en­joy play­ing golf and trav­el­ling with their fam­ily.


A six-time cham­pion jockey and two-time cham­pion trainer, Tony is leg­endary in Hong Kong rac­ing cir­cles, not least for hav­ing trained world-renowned race­horse Silent Wit­ness. He and wife Pau­lene have two grown-up chil­dren, and en­joy trav­el­ling and golf­ing to­gether.

An­to­nio DA SILVA

Son of Archie and hus­band of Jeanny, An­to­nio is the busi­ness de­vel­op­ment direc­tor at Jet-Speed Lo­gis­tics. He is the fa­ther of An­ge­line and Jac­que­line, and counts trav­el­ling and cook­ing among his hob­bies.


Bet­ter known as Archie, he is the co-owner and man­ag­ing direc­tor of Jet-Speed Air Cargo For­warders, a mem­ber of the St John Coun­cil and a vot­ing mem­ber of the Hong Kong Jockey Club. He has three chil­dren.


Arthur is the founder and CEO of the Art de Vivre Group, and the CEO of cross-bor­der con­sult­ing firm Villepin In­ter­na­tional in Asia. He was born in the US and spent his early years in In­dia and France where his fa­ther, for­mer French Prime Min­is­ter Do­minique de Villepin, was posted.

Richard ELMAN

The founder and a sub­stan­tial share­holder of the No­ble Group, Richard helped grow the com­pany into one of Asia’s big­gest sup­ply chain man­age­ment and com­mod­ity trad­ing busi­nesses. Born in the UK, Richard is based in Hong Kong and is mar­ried to Su­san; they have four chil­dren.

David FANG

David is in pri­vate prac­tice as an or­thopaedic sur­geon and is an honorary pro­fes­sor for the med­i­cal fac­ulty at the Univer­sity of Hong Kong. He is a JP and holds a Sil­ver Bauhinia Star. The brother of An­son Chan, David has three sons, Chris­tian, Ben­jamin and Jonathan, and is an ac­com­plished tenor who loves the opera.

Pa­tri­cia FANG

Pa­tri­cia is the wife of Vin­cent. As the gen­eral man­ager of the Toppy Group, she over­sees sev­eral fash­ion brands, in­clud­ing Episode and Jes­sica. She is a tal­ented vo­cal­ist and ten­nis player.

Vin­cent FANG

The CEO of the Toppy Group and man­ag­ing direc­tor of Fan­tas­tic Gar­ments, Vin­cent rep­re­sents the whole­sale and re­tail func­tional con­stituency in the Leg­isla­tive Coun­cil. He is an honorary chair of the Lib­eral Party and re­ceived the Gold Bauhinia Star in 2016.

Can­ning FOK

Long re­ferred to as Li Ka-shing’s right-hand man, Can­ning is group co-man­ag­ing direc­tor of CK Hutchi­son Hold­ings and deputy chair­man of CK In­fra­struc­ture Hold­ings. Along­side Vic­tor Li, the group’s telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions, port op­er­a­tions and elec­tric util­i­ties busi­nesses are un­der his man­date. He is mar­ried to El­iza and has four chil­dren.

El­iza FOK

El­iza is in­volved in nu­mer­ous phil­an­thropic or­gan­i­sa­tions. She chairs the Hong Kong Breast Can­cer Foun­da­tion and is a breast can­cer sur­vivor. El­iza has a mas­ter’s de­gree from the Univer­sity of Hong Kong’s Cen­tre of Bud­dhist Stud­ies. She is mar­ried to Can­ning and has four chil­dren.

Eric FOK

The grand­son of the late Henry, Eric is the sec­ond of Tim­o­thy’s three sons with Lo­letta Chu-Lo. Vi­cepres­i­dent of the Fok Ying Tung Group, a stand­ing com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Guang­dong CPPCC and a direc­tor of the Hong Kong Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion, he is a grad­u­ate of King’s Col­lege Lon­don.


Ian is the CEO of the fam­ily-run Fok Ying Tung Group and gov­er­nor of the Fok Ying Tung Foun­da­tion. Named a Top Ten Phi­lan­thropist of Guangzhou, he is a Sil­ver Bauhinia Star re­cip­i­ent. Ian and his wife, Jo Jo, have three chil­dren.


Mar­ried to Ian, Jo Jo is the mother of Melissa, Ja­son and Kai-man, and an ar­dent sup­porter of the Fok Ying Tung Foun­da­tion. She is seen at select events around town.

Ken­neth FOK

The el­dest son of Tim­o­thy, Ken­neth is a mem­ber of the Na­tional Com­mit­tee of the CPPCC, vice-pres­i­dent of the Fok Ying Tung Group and the Sports Fed­er­a­tion & Olympic Com­mit­tee of Hong Kong. He is also ac­tive in nu­mer­ous youth de­vel­op­ment asso­ciations. He is mar­ried to Guo Jingjing; they have one son and one daugh­ter.

Melissa FOK

Melissa es­tab­lished and runs her own jew­ellery brand, No Thirty Three. She is also ac­tively in­volved in Chung Sin So­ci­ety, a Hong Kong-based non­profit or­gan­i­sa­tion that she founded with the goal of in­spir­ing and em­pow­er­ing peo­ple and pro­mot­ing so­cial wel­fare.

Tim­o­thy FOK

Tim­o­thy is chair­man of the Fok Ying Tung Group & Foun­da­tion, ex­ec­u­tive co-chair­man of SJM Hold­ings, an honorary mem­ber of the In­ter­na­tional Olympic Com­mit­tee and pres­i­dent of the Hong Kong Olympic Com­mit­tee & Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion. He holds a Gold Bauhinia Star. Tim­o­thy has three sons: Ken­neth, Eric and Jeremy.

He­len FONG

Chair­per­son of the Hong Kong China Foun­da­tion, He­len is a for­mer direc­tor of the Po Le­ung Kuk and still a big sup­porter of the char­ity. She is a mem­ber of the board of trustees of the Chi­nese Univer­sity of Hong Kong’s Shaw Col­lege. She and her hus­band, Jack, have three chil­dren.

Nel­lie FONG

A Gold Bauhinia Star re­cip­i­ent and a JP, Nel­lie is a mem­ber of the CPPCC. She is also the found­ing chair­man of mo­bile cataract-op­er­a­tion or­gan­i­sa­tion Life­line Ex­press in Main­land China and a for­mer chair­man of Price­wa­ter­house­Coop­ers’ China op­er­a­tions. She is mar­ried to Eddy.

Adrian FU

The chief ex­ec­u­tive of the fam­ily-owned real es­tate and as­set man­age­ment KHI Hold­ings, Adrian is also the founder and chair­man of the Fu Tak Iam Foun­da­tion. He is mar­ried to Jen­nifer Jane.


A lawyer with Withers who spe­cialises in trust, tax and es­tate ad­vi­sory, Deirdre is on the board of the Hong Kong Bal­let, the gov­ern­ment’s Ad­vi­sory Com­mit­tee on Agri­cul­ture and Fish­eries and its War Me­mo­rial Pen­sions Ap­peal Board. She is mar­ried to Joseph Tcheng, chair­man of Clear Me­dia, and they have two chil­dren.

Colleen FUNG

Colleen is the founder of Ex-R Con­sult­ing, an ex­pe­ri­en­tial mar­ket­ing con­sul­tancy, and is the wife of Ter­ence. A grad­u­ate of Carnegie Mel­lon Univer­sity, when she’s not work­ing, she en­joys trav­el­ling and bak­ing at home with her two chil­dren, Kylie and Lu­cas.

Joseph FUNG

Known to his friends as Joe, he is direc­tor of his ar­chi­tec­tural and de­sign firm SP2, and has a mas­ter’s de­gree from Har­vard. Joe is a well-known gourmet and bon vi­vant, a clas­sic car en­thu­si­ast and a cham­pion of lo­cal con­tem­po­rary artists.

Ju­lia FUNG

The wife of Vic­tor, scion of sup­ply chain be­he­moth Li & Fung, Ju­lia is the mother of Sab­rina, Stephen and Spencer. A strong sup­porter of ed­u­ca­tion, she has worked for many years with a gift­ed­chil­dren’s pro­gramme and is a trustee of the Fung Hon Chu Ed­u­ca­tion Trust Fund.

Ken­neth FUNG

One of the four sons of the late Ken­neth Fung Ping­fan, he is a re­cip­i­ent of the Bronze Bauhinia Star for his ser­vice to the arts, in­clud­ing his role in the for­ma­tion of the HK Arts Fes­ti­val, the HK Phil­har­monic and the HKAPA. He is a lifetrustee of the Asian Cul­tural Coun­cil and an avid pi­anist.


Lynn is the direc­tor of the Liang Yi Mu­seum on Hol­ly­wood Road. Fam­i­ly­owned, it is the largest pri­vate mu­seum in Hong Kong, with more than 20,000 square feet of space ded­i­cated to show­cas­ing her fam­ily’s col­lec­tion of an­tique Chi­nese wood fur­ni­ture and Western van­i­ties.

Nancy FUNG

A grad­u­ate of Univer­sity Col­lege Lon­don, Nancy is the direc­tor and founder of bou­tique PR agency Sig­na­ture Com­mu­ni­ca­tions. She is a friend of De­sign Trust and a sup­porter of Car­i­tas Hong Kong. Nancy is also a keen home chef who en­joys cook­ing for friends. She is mar­ried to Di­nesh Ni­halc­hand and they have a son.

Nelly FUNG

The wife of Ken­neth and mother of Marissa, Joanna and Daniel, Nelly is the daugh­ter of the late Philip­pine am­bas­sador Mar­cial Lichauco. She is a JP, and is ac­tive in NGOs in the arts, health­care and ed­u­ca­tion. She is a co-founder of the Chi­nese In­ter­na­tional School and a founder of the ISF Academy, and has au­thored sev­eral books.

Patrick FUNG

Patrick is the chair­man of OCBC Wing Hang Bank and a vice-pres­i­dent of the Hong Kong In­sti­tute of Bankers. A JP and a Univer­sity of Toronto grad­u­ate, he is also a mem­ber of that univer­sity’s dean’s ad­vi­sory coun­cil.

Spencer FUNG

Spencer is the group CEO of Li & Fung and an in­de­pen­dent non-ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Swire Prop­er­ties. He holds a bach­e­lor’s de­gree from Har­vard and mas­ter’s de­grees from North­east­ern Univer­sity. Spencer is the son of Vic­tor and Ju­lia, and the brother of Sab­rina and Stephen. He is mar­ried to Sab­rina Pang and they have three chil­dren.

Ter­ence FUNG

The son of Wil­liam and Sylvia, Ter­ence is an ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of the Fung Group. Ter­ence at­tended Prince­ton Univer­sity and Bos­ton Col­lege. He is mar­ried to Colleen and has two chil­dren; they en­joy trav­el­ling and road trips to­gether.

Vic­tor FUNG

Vic­tor is the honorary chair­man of Li & Fung. He is an in­de­pen­dent nonex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Chow Tai Fook and co-chair­man of the ad­vi­sory board of the Asia Global In­sti­tute at the Univer­sity of Hong Kong. Vic­tor re­ceived the Grand Bauhinia Medal in 2010. He and wife Ju­lia have three chil­dren.

Wil­liam FUNG

Group chair­man of Li & Fung, Wil­liam is also a non-ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of var­i­ous listed com­pa­nies within the Fung Group, in­clud­ing Con­ve­nience Re­tail Asia and Global Brands Group. He was awarded a Sil­ver Bauhinia Star. Wil­liam and wife Sylvia have a son, Ter­ence.

Sab­rina FUNG-LAM

Sab­rina is the group man­ag­ing direc­tor of Fung Re­tail­ing, deputy chair­man of Trin­ity and a direc­tor of Macy’s China. She is a Har­vard grad­u­ate who worked in bank­ing be­fore join­ing the Fung Group. Her hus­band is Kevin Lam, with whom she has three chil­dren.


Wife of Jay and daugh­ter of Ken­neth and Nelly Fung, Marissa is a grad­u­ate of Brown Univer­sity and holds a mas­ter’s in non-profit man­age­ment from HKU. She has worked in phi­lan­thropy, and serves ac­tively on boards and ad­vi­sory com­mit­tees for arts and cul­ture and youth em­pow­er­ment or­gan­i­sa­tions.


Jill is an en­thu­si­as­tic ten­nis player who also loves bridge, yoga and vol­un­tary work, es­pe­cially in con­nec­tion with ter­tiary ed­u­ca­tion. She and hus­band Tim have two mar­ried sons and a grand­son. She is also pas­sion­ate about cook­ing and trav­el­ling.


Af­ter more than 30 years in Hong Kong as a so­lic­i­tor, Tim is re­tired but con­tin­ues to work as a con­sul­tant. He and his wife, Jill, en­joy host­ing and at­tend­ing din­ner par­ties. They have two mar­ried sons and a grand­son.

Good­win GAW

Good­win is the founder, chair­man and man­ag­ing prin­ci­pal of Gaw Cap­i­tal Part­ners, the real es­tate pri­vate eq­uity com­pany he founded with brother Ken­neth. He is also the founder and pres­i­dent of Down­town Prop­er­ties, and vice-chair­man of Pi­o­neer Global Group.

Christina GAW

Christina is the man­ag­ing prin­ci­pal and head of cap­i­tal mar­kets at Gaw Cap­i­tal Part­ners, and the sis­ter of Good­win and Ken­neth. Christina pre­vi­ously held roles at Gold­man Sachs and UBS. She’s ex­ec­u­tive direc­tor of Pi­o­neer Global Group, on the board of The Women’s Foun­da­tion Hong Kong and an ex­ec­u­tive board mem­ber of the Hong Kong Bal­let.

Ken­neth GAW

Ken­neth ( known as Kenny) is the pres­i­dent and man­ag­ing prin­ci­pal of Gaw Cap­i­tal Part­ners, one of Asia’s lead­ing real es­tate in­vest­ment funds. He is also the man­ag­ing direc­tor of Pi­o­neer Global Group and a direc­tor of the Hong Kong-Thai­land Busi­ness Coun­cil. He’s keen on ski­ing, golf, hik­ing and wakesurf­ing, and en­joys fine wine and cigars.

Ros­sana GAW

Ros­sana has been chair­man of Pi­o­neer Global Group since 1999. The mother of Good­win, Ken­neth and Christina, she is a com­mit­ted phi­lan­thropist, and is in­volved with the Academy for Per­form­ing Arts and the Tung Wah Group of Hos­pi­tals.

Bon­nae GOKSON

Bon­nae is the owner of Sevva, Ms B’s Cak­ery and the C’est La B cafes, and cre­ative ad­vi­sor to the Nic­colo Ho­tels group. Re­cently Elle Hong Kong hon­oured her with the Elle Leg­end Award. Her cof­feetable book But­ter­flies and All Things Sweet won three top in­ter­na­tional awards in 2014.


Born in Mau­ri­tius and ed­u­cated in the US, Eric started his ca­reer with Mor­gan Stan­ley in Hong Kong be­fore he launched Klook, an on­line travel concierge app that of­fers ex­pe­ri­ences and tips for in­de­pen­dent trav­ellers around Asia. A travel en­thu­si­ast, Eric is flu­ent in seven lan­guages.

Fran­cis GOUTEN

With more than 33 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in the lux­ury watch and jew­ellery in­dus­tries, Fran­cis is the for­mer CEO of Richemont Asia Pa­cific and is the founder of Gouten Con­sult­ing. He col­lects an­tiques and mod­ern Chi­nese paint­ings.

Daniel GREEN

Man­ag­ing direc­tor of the fam­ily’s build­ing sup­plies and en­gi­neer­ing com­pany, Arn­hold, Daniel is the son of Michael and Judy, and brother of Joshua, Emily and Katie. He holds a bach­e­lor’s de­gree from the Univer­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia. Daniel and wife Katish have two chil­dren.

Joshua GREEN

Man­ag­ing direc­tor of fi­nan­cial ser­vices firm Guggen­heim In­vest­ment Ad­vi­sors, Joshua holds a bach­e­lor’s de­gree from Tufts Univer­sity. He and wife Madeleine have three chil­dren: Jake, Lily and Edith. Joshua is the el­dest son of Michael and Judy, and the brother of Daniel, Emily and Katie. He en­joys boat­ing, hik­ing, ten­nis and golf.


South African-born Judy and hus­band Michael have four chil­dren— Joshua, Daniel, Emily and Katie—and eight grand­chil­dren. Judy has lived in Hong Kong since 1959 and is flu­ent in sev­eral lan­guages, in­clud­ing Can­tonese. She sup­ports an ar­ray of Hong Kong char­i­ties.

Michael GREEN

Michael is the chair­man of the fam­ily’s build­ing sup­plies and en­gi­neer­ing com­pany, Arn­hold, which was founded in Main­land China in 1866. Born in Shang­hai, he is mar­ried to Judy, is the fa­ther of Joshua, Daniel, Katie and Emily, and is a grand­fa­ther of eight.

GUO Jingjing

A quadru­ple Olympic gold medal­list in div­ing, Jingjing has ded­i­cated her­self to her fam­ily and char­ity work since mar­ry­ing Ken­neth Fok. She is an am­bas­sador for Unicef Hong Kong and the Ocean Park Con­ser­va­tion Foun­da­tion.


Aron is chair­man and CEO of the Har­ilela Group of com­pa­nies and the chair­man of the Hong Kong Gen­eral Cham­ber of Com­merce. He holds de­grees from the Univer­sity of Hull and a doc­tor­ate in po­lit­i­cal phi­los­o­phy. Aron en­joys play­ing ten­nis, ski­ing and polo. He is mar­ried to Laura and they have two chil­dren.


Direc­tor of Har­ilela Ho­tels, a past Ro­tary dis­trict gov­er­nor and founder of The One Hu­man­i­tar­ian Award, which searches for global un­sung he­roes, David also en­joys singing, com­pos­ing and serv­ing Hong Kong through the Com­mu­nity Chest. He is mar­ried to Avisha and fa­ther to three daugh­ters: Divia, Dav­ina and Sheeva.


Laila is the Har­ilela Group’s pub­lic re­la­tions direc­tor. She is a mem­ber of the Amer­i­can Women’s As­so­ci­a­tion and a com­mit­ted phi­lan­thropist. Laila sup­ports the Hong Kong Can­cer Fund, Aids Con­cern and the Hong Kong Bal­let. She is also a com­mit­tee mem­ber of the Youth Di­a­betes Ac­tion Group.

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