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President Josephine LEUNG / Connect through Art
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Ms. Margie YEUNG / The Story of Montblanc
Date :  30 September 2019

2017.07.31

Category
General
Date
31 July 2017 12:30 - 14:00
Place
Hotel Panorama, 8A Hart Avenue, TST, Kowloon (Exit N1, TST MTR Station) - 8A Hart Ave, Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong
Telephone
+852 90131251
Email
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Speaker: Miss Jessica CHEUNG   MSAU, Columbia GSAPP; MArch, CUHK; Reg Arch (HK); ARB

Speech Title: Grassroots Empowerment through Design and Innovation

Lunch Fee: HKD300

About the Speaker :

Miss CHEUNG Tin Yan Jessica is an architecture and urban design practitioner and researcher in Hong Kong, China and New York. She was awarded the Rotary Overseas Postgraduate Study Scholarship and furthered her interest in urban design by gaining the Master of Architecture and Urban Design of GSAPP from the Columnia University of New York.  She graduated with the Excellence in Design Awards.

Jessica is the Senior Solution Architect of Social Innovations & Research of a company named "Shanzhai City", which is a social enterprise with a mission to help social development programs work better with their communities by building data literacy in developing regions of China.  They combine social sciences, data science, and community building strategies to help purpose-driven organizations better understand and scale their social impacts, while helping end-beneficiaries to improve their self-agency by providing them with sensitive, accessible, and relevant data-driven insights.

She is devoted in driving social innovations for grassroots to bridge the urban-rural divide in China. With her professional knowledge in both Architecture and Urban Design, she is even more experienced in deriving innovative solutions in creative yet pragmatic and bottom-up ways.

 
 

All Dates

  • 31 July 2017 12:30 - 14:00
 

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