Smart City Consortium (SCC), which I founded and serve as the Honorary President, has recently published a survey report the Future Hong Kong 2030 to discuss how to promote the development of smart city in Hong Kong. This is a joint effort of KPMG, CLP, Cyberport, and more. The survey interviewed 430 senior executives from corporate enterprises, small-and-medium businesses, startups, government departments, not-for-profit organizations and academia to review cooperation between the public and private organizations.繼續閱讀
In the midst of golden autumn, I was excited to receive the Lingnan University’s Honorary Fellowship. On 30 October, more than 20 beloved family members, mentors and friends took their precious time to attend the presentation ceremony – I was very touched! It was also a great honour to receive the congratulatory letters from the President of Baptist University and the President of my alma mater, the University of Hong Kong (HKU).繼續閱讀
Smart city schooling
In the Liberal Studies Paper 2 of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE) this year, it excited me that out of the three questions, there was one about smart city development. Why? Being selected as an examination question means that “smart city" has become a topic of significance and great interest in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong government, in its recent budget, has allocated more than HK$50 billion to promote the growth of innovative and technology enterprises. The spending, up five-fold compared to such outlay in the previous budget, is impressive. But we don’t know yet the details of the fund allocation. 繼續閱讀