In a recent interview, Ilaria Chan, the Chairperson of the Board of the Tech For Good Institute, a non-profit think-tank founded by Grab (Southeast Asia's leading super app), shared her insight on the operation of modern enterprises, personal self-value realization, and offered suggestions on personal development for today's youth.
As an international metropolis where Eastern and Western civilizations converge, Hong Kong possesses a formidable cultural and artistic development. Within this vibrant city, a group of individuals is dedicated to promoting the importance of culture and arts to the public.
In a recent interview, Hugo Kong, a Hong Kong-born singer-songwriter, peeled back the layers of his life, sharing rich insights about his extraordinary experiences living and studying in mainland China, the path to creating his acclaimed song "Bauhinia," and his vision for future musical endeavors.
In the first episode of " Kev-on Air", we invited Bernard Chan, Chairman of M+ Museum and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, as our inaugural guest. Chan has a deep understanding and unique insight into the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong. Looking back on his health saga at a young age and the many crossovers he made in his studies and career, Chan is moving forward with conviction and determination to help create a better future for HK.
In this program, we have invited Mr. Bernard Chan, Vice Chairman of the Board of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, who has a unique perspective on the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong.