With the Baton of Honour Award from the Hong Kong Police Force - Adriana is a former Senior Police Inspector who has extensive leadership experience in policing and training. She obtained a Bachelor degree in Translation and Spanish, and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Hong Kong. Adriana is a loving mother who gave up her police career with the birth of her daughter, and she has unique experience in early childhood education from her voluntary service with a diversity of charity organisations. As a parent who believes in the power of education, she is adamant about offering the best in early childhood education for infants and toddlers in Hong Kong.
"Transmission of civilization begins with effective early childhood education." ~ Adriana Chan
Our Hon. Chancellor:
Professor David C.L. Liu
Prof. Liu received his Sc. D. degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1962.He taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan. He also served as the President of the National TsingHua University from 1998 to 2002.He received a Life Time Achievement Award from the International Conference on VLSI Design (2005), a Technical Achievement Award from the Real Time Systems Technical Committee, IEEE (1999), a Technical Achievement Award from the Circuits and Systems Society, IEEE (1998), and an Education Medal, IEEE (1994).
Prof. Liu is currently the William Mong Honorary Chair Professor of Computer Science at the National TsingHua University, an industrial consultant, and the host of a weekly radio show (since 2005). He is a dedicated educator who is keen on passing on his wisdom and inspirations to the younger generation through publishing over 180 technical papers; eight technical textbooks and research monographs; and seven essay collections in the area of science and humanities.
Our Hon. Chancellor:
Chip Tsao (陶傑)
Chip Tsao, also known by his pen name To Kit, is a multilingual Hong Kong-based columnist, broadcaster, and writer. Hailed as "First Wit in Hong Kong", Chip Tsao showed an extraordinary talent on literature since early age. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and European Literature from the University of Warwick and a Diploma in International Relations from the London School of Economics. Tsao began his journalism career in the United Kingdom as a reporter for the BBC and RTHK. After returning to Hong Kong in the 1990's, he began to write columns for various newspapers and magazines. He currently writes for Apple Daily and HK Magazine, and hosts for Commercial Radio Hong Kong and Cable TV. He also participates in film production lately.