List of CUHK notable people


List of CUHK notable people

This is a list of notable people associated with the Chinese University of Hong Kong. (Names listed in the order from left to right: Chinese name, English name, family name, then the Chinese name in traditional from--character of family name first)

Academia

*Shiu-Yuen Cheng (鄭紹遠), Dean of School of Science of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
*Sai Man Samuel Sun, the first scientist in the world to clone a plant gene
*Lap-Chee Tsui (徐立之), Vice-chancellor of the University of Hong Kong
*Shing-Tung Yau (丘成桐), a world-renowned scholar in Mathematics who received the Fields Medal in 1982

Business

*Hoi-Chuen Vincent Cheng (鄭海泉), Chairman of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
*Y.W. Joseph Pang (彭玉榮), Executive Director and Deputy Chief Executive of the Bank of East Asia, Ltd.
*Wai-kay Ricky Wong (王維基), Chairman of City Telecom (HK) Limited & Hong Kong Broadband Network Limited

Government and politics

*Wong Shui Pamela Chan (陳黃穗), Former Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Consumer Council
*Man-kwong Cheung (張文光), Member of the Legislative Council
*Chi-kin Kwong (鄺志堅), Former member of the Legislative Council, Barrister
*Ming-kwai Lee (李明逵), Former Police Commissioner of Hong Kong
*Wung-Wai Tso (曹宏威), Professor of Biochemistry at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a District Councillor of Shatin
*Ivan Choi Chi Keung (蔡子強), Senior Instructor of Government and Public Administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
*Mg Ngok (馬嶽),Assistant Professor of Government and Public Administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Entertainment, television, films, and the arts

*Chung Ling Nadia Chan (陳松齡), voice artist, TV/film actress
*Koon-Man Michael Hui (許冠文), film comedian, scriptwriter and director
*Oi-Kan (Christopher Wong) (黃凱芹), singer, composer, writer, actor
*Sammy Leung (梁志健), DJ, MC, Actor
*Cheung Wang Yim (張宏艷)


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