[Hong Kong, 28 February 2018] The Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) today announced the appointment of three new Directors to the ASTRI Board for a term of two years with effect from 1 March 2018. The new appointees are:
- Mr Stephen Ho Wai-chung
CEO, CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited
- Prof Liew Soung-chang
Professor and Division Head, Department of Information Engineering
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Dr Archie Yeh Tsuei-chi
CEO, Solomon Systech Limited
Also commencing 1 March 2018, Mr Chuck Cheng Cheuk-wing and Prof Ching Pak-chung, will retire from the ASTRI Board.
Chairman of ASTRI’s Board of Directors Mr Wong Ming-yam welcomed the new members to the Board. He said, “We are pleased and privileged to have these three distinguished professionals joining the ASTRI Board. Their experience and talent will surely bring new inspirations to ASTRI in the pursuit of our mission to serve the Hong Kong industry through innovation and technology. While we look forward to working with our new members, we would also like to express our heart-felt thanks to Mr Cheng and Prof Ching for their valuable service and significant contributions made to ASTRI during their service period.”
As from 1 March 2018, the composition of ASTRI’s Board of Directors is as follows:
Mr Wong Ming-yam, BBS, JP
Ms Cally Chan Shan-shan
Prof Roland Chin Tai-hong, BBS, JP
Mr Duncan Chiu
Mr Humphrey Choi Chor-ching, JP
Mr Tony Choi Siu-chow, JP
Mr Ha Yung-kuen, BBS
Mr Stephen Ho Wai-chung
Mr Kwong Chi-keung, JP
Ir Dr Alan Lam Hiu-fung
Mr Sunny Lee Wai-kwong, JP
Prof Liew Soung-chang
Mr Andy Liu An-ting
Dr Davy Lo Kwok-wai
Ms Hera Siu Kit-wan
Mr Denis Tse Tik-yang
Mr Wong Pin-dar
Dr Archie Yeh Tsuei-chi
(In alphabetical order according to surname)
Mr Cheuk Wing-hing, JP, Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology
Ms Annie Choi Suk-han, JP, Commissioner for Innovation and Technology
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