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Building Tour: Tencent Seafront Towers by NBBJ | July 14, 2020

Tencent Seafront Towers by NBBJ


Dear Members,

Tencent is now a major player in e-commerce and web technology. The design of its new headquarters reflects the company’s rising international influence, its networked culture and the interconnectivity of the web. The linked configuration of the building stimulates movement and casual exchanges within the workplace, by creating horizontal “streetscapes” and vertical connections. The expansion provides space for 12,000 employees and nearly quadrupled the size of Tencent’s current workplace real estate portfolio.

During the presentation the panelists will share their strategies on how they were able to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by 40% over a typical office tower.

This webinar is free for all AIA, HKIA and RIBA members, with a maximum of 500 participants on Zoom. Below are instructions for participating in this event:

  1. You can use your smartphone, tablet or PC to join. Install the application prior to the meeting.
  2. Please use your real name for registration and type your AIA membership number in the chat room during the webinar so that we can credit 1.0 LU/HSW to you.
  3. All attendees should mute their audio during the presentation to avoid signal interference.
  4. On this occasion, only the host and panelists will be allowed to speak.
  5. You may, however, type questions in the Q&A box at the bottom of your zoom screen.
  6. The panelists will review your questions and provide responses, time allowing.
  7. The presentation will be recorded.


Please register in advance here: 



Speakers’ Bios




An accomplished leader, Vivian seeks to leverage the strength of each project team member and inspire them to achieve high-performing outcomes on behalf of her clients. Her project experience includes urban master plans, corporate headquarters, commercial developments, convention centers, hotels, libraries, research buildings, education facilities and adaptive reuse projects.

Vivian always looks for ways to create exciting, unique human experiences in urban environments and has also illustrated urban history books about land reclamation in her native Hong Kong.


Sebastian Hill
Project Director

Based in Hong Kong, Sebastian helps steer NBBJ’s overall business strategy. He has worked on projects in Europe and Asia, which has contributed to his understanding of multi-cultural societies and broadened his perspective on planning and design.


Emerging Mobility Trends for a Resilient Urban System with Arup | June 30, 2020

Dear Members


The four paradigms of urban mobility: autonomous, connected, electric and shared – are set to transform both the transport industry and the built environment. This webinar will provide an overview of fast-moving trends that are shaping our transport systems and outline their impacts on cities, communities, and major developments. It will look into such considerations as flexible and adaptive policy, design processes and such operational strategies as “mobility-as-a-service.” The webinar will also offer a brief discussion on how we may need to rethink transport resilience in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This panel discussion is free for all AIA members, with a maximum of 500 participants – on Zoom. Below are instructions for participating in this event:



You can use your smartphone, tablet or PC to join. Install the application prior to the meeting.

  1. Please use your real name for registration so that we can credit 1.5 LUs/HSW to you.
  2. All attendees should mute their audio during the presentation to avoid signal interference.
  3. On this occasion, only the host and panellists will be allowed to speak.
  4. You may, however, type questions in the Q&A box at the bottom of your zoom screen.
  5. The panellists will review your questions and provide responses, time allowing.
  6. The presentation will be recorded.


Please register in advance



Speakers’ Profiles


Ir Carmen Chu
BEng MSc (Urban Planning) MIHT MHKIE NEC4Reg
Director, Arup

Ir Carmen Chu is the Director of Arup’s Transport Consulting team. She is a Chartered Engineer and qualified planner specializing in transport planning and traffic engineering. Her background enables her to appreciate prevailing planning constraints – and opportunities – and to apply smart city design principles for transport and traffic engineering.

At present, Carmen is leading several high-profile intelligent transport system related projects in Hong Kong, including a free-flow toll system slated for implementation throughout the territory at all major tolled links, and a major tunnel connecting outer areas to urban Kowloon.


Lian Duan
BEng Msc Urban Planning and Transport Engineering
Professional Engineer (P.E.)
Senior Engineer, Arup

Lian Duan is Arup’s Senior Engineer in Transport Consulting, with broad experience in mobility innovations across multi-modal transport systems. Prior to moving to Hong Kong, Lian worked in the United States managing transport planning and engineering projects of various scales. She works with cities and public authorities to create transportation solutions that incorporate urban design, advanced technology and transportation engineering to benefit the local community, while meeting the larger goals of expanding mobility options.

Lian is currently involved on a number of projects requiring policy assessment for the introduction of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV). She provides expertise linked to user-centric design and quantitative assessment through mobility data analysis and modelling. Her core strength is her deep technical expertise and ability to present complex information to diverse audiences.




Greg Yager, FAIA

Greg’s career has taken him around the globe, from California to the Midwest, to Baltimore and Washington, London, Hong Kong and now Shanghai.  He has worked in small firms, midsize firms and, most recently, with RTKL where he was responsible for the International Planning and Urban Design studio and many of the firm’s global offices, as well.  He was the founding president of the AIA Shanghai Chapter and is the Legal Representative of the AIA Shanghai WOFE in China.

Greg is currently a consultant to RTKL for urban design and development.

AIA Hong Kong Webinar: Smart-Learning with Steelcase | June 23, 2020

Dear Members,

As part of the AIA Hong Kong Co-X Webinar Series, Steelcase Education Director APAC, Ambroise d’Hauteville, and Regional Education Specialist, Owen Pescod, will share valuable insights on smart-learning environments in this rapidly changing and uncertain time.

Drawing on the century-long commitment Steelcase has established with customers and the industry, this presentation will highlight the unique problems of our time, the culture of learning and the process of innovation using three different types of case studies: corporate campus, vertical campus and university campus.

The webinar will also address the physical and emotional challenges that learning environments will face post Covid -19 and some potential ways to address this new world.

This panel discussion is free for all AIA Hong Kong members, with a maximum of 500 participants. Below are instructions for participating in this event:

  1. You can use your smartphone, tablet or PC to join. Install the application prior to the meeting.
  2. Please use your real name for registration so that we can credit 1.5 LUs to you.
  3. All attendees should mute their audio during the presentation to avoid signal interference.
  4. On this occasion, only the host and panelists will be allowed to speak.
  5. You may, however, type questions in the Q&A box at the bottom of your zoom screen.
  6. The panelists will review your questions and provide responses, time allowing.
  7. The presentation will be recorded.

Please register in advance here:



Speakers’ Bios


Ambroise d’Hauteville
Steelcase Education Director – APAC

Ambroise has led the Steelcase Education business since May 2018, following five years in the China Direct Market where education was also part of his responsibility. In these two roles, he has combined his international experience with his local knowledge of Workplace Strategies and Active Learning Spaces to help leading organizations, schools and universities create work- and learning-spaces that enable people to be more collaborative and efficient.

Ambroise joined Steelcase in 2002 as a Sales Consultant in North Africa. He moved to the International Key Account team in 2004 in Paris, France, and later to China, in 2008, to work on Global Accounts in the Asia Pacific region – initially in Beijing, followed by Shanghai. In 2016, he moved to Hong Kong with his family.

Before joining Steelcase, Ambroise was a Paris-based project manager, organizing major IT events in Europe. He graduated in international trade from IPAG Business School in Paris and is fluent in French and English, with a working knowledge of German. Ambroise and his wife have three young children, all of whom were born in China.


Owen Pescod
Steelcase Regional Education Specialist – Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, South Korea

Based in Hong Kong, Owen works with leading local and international schools as well as with universities to develop creative, active learning environments that support ever evolving modern pedagogies. He believes that space ultimately shapes behavior and that behavior, over time, becomes culture. His focus is therefore on creating spaces designed around students, that enhance and build upon each school’s unique culture.

Owen has a degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Kent. He joined Steelcase from the property industry, where he acquired experience in corporate and residential leasing throughout Hong Kong. A lifelong Hong Kong resident, Owen lives with his two boys and wife, who is a primary school teacher.



Sung Lee, AIA

Sung has over two decades of experience in architecture, from concept design through the construction phase, in more than 35 cities and ten countries. His projects are of various types and scales: from urban master-planning and campus planning to R&D, healthcare and educational facilities, residential complexes, high-rise offices and mixed-use developments. At present, his focus is on large scale, complex projects that require integration between strategic planning, architecture, interior design and sustainability.

Sung is also a qualified professional in sustainable design – he has been a LEED AP since 2003. His KTPH Hospital project in Singapore was the first Green Mark Platinum building in the country and has received several awards.

Master of Architecture, University of Michigan | Ann Arbor
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering | Yonsei University, Seoul

Professional Qualifications
Registered Architect – Washington DC
1st Grade Architectural Engineer – South Korea

AIA Hong Kong Honors & Awards 2020 – Call For Entries

Dear Members,

The AIA Hong Kong Chapter invites you to submit for the 2020 AIA Hong Kong Honors and Awards Program.

The AIA Hong Kong Chapter’s annual Design Awards Program recognizes excellence in architecture, interior design, urban design and unbuilt projects undertaken by our members. The Program’s purpose is to increase awareness of outstanding design and to honor the AIA member architects, clients, and consultants who work together to improve the built environment.

What’s new in our 2020 Honors and Awards Program:

  • We are offering a one-off 30% discount on last year’s entry fee as a token of support to all members during this difficult economic downturn;
  • We are reintroducing the Architecture Firm Award – the highest honor that the Chapter can bestow on an architecture firm in the region.

For details about this year’s program, please follow the links below:

2020 AIA Hong Kong Honors and Awards Program – Entry Form

2020 AIA Hong Kong Architecture Firm Award – Entry Form

Submission deadline: Monday, August 31, 2020

Should you have any questions, please send your inquiry to: or call the Chapter Office at 2882 6011.

We look forward to seeing all your wonderful submissions!

Yours sincerely,

Honors and Awards Committee
AIA Hong Kong

A Conversation with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien | June 15, 2020

Dear Members,

AIA Hong Kong is collaborating with Asia Society Hong Kong to bring to you Architecture as Vision, a webinar with Tod Williams, FAIA, and Billie Tsien, AIA.

In 2011, the Asia Society Hong Kong Center opened on the steep slope of the former Explosives Magazine at the Victoria Barracks. This long abandoned vestige of the territory’s colonial past was transformed into a cultural landmark by retaining the original military structures and incorporating them into the new complex. The architects envisioned the Center to be a dynamic meeting point, linking West with East, as well as the urban fabric with the natural environment.

In this webinar, architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien will share their initial impressions of the ASHK site, which they first visited 20 years ago. In addition, the pair will discuss their ongoing projects, including the Obama Presidential Center, David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, and the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City.

The session will be moderated by Florence Chan, AIA, and S. Alice Mong, Executive Director of Asia Society Hong Kong Center.

Note that the webinar is only available on Facebook Live.

1) You must first sign up for a Facebook account if you don’t already have one.

2) Once you have an account, click on the link below and choose “going” for this event.

3) Sign in on June 15 to attend.

4) Write down your name and AIA member number (e.g. “John Smith, 12345678”) in the comment section for us to record your LUs.

5) You may post comments; any questions posted for the speakers will be selected by the moderators.


Yours sincerely,

AIA Hong Kong Chapter

AIA Hong Kong Webinar: Co-Working | May 28, 2020 | 7:30pm

Dear Members,

In the second instalment of our Co-X series of online panel discussions on May 28, 2020, we will speak with AIA Hong Kong past-president Peter Basmajian about the evolution of work place design as the nature of work – individual versus collaborative – has progressed. We will also hear from two innovative co-working operators, Jacky Yeung of Desk-one, and Alex Shu of T.H.E Design, who will share different strategies on adapting to this fast-changing landscape and coping with the recent COVID – 19 crisis.

This panel discussion is free for all AIA Hong Kong members, with a maximum of 100 participants. Below are instructions for participating in this event:

1.     You can use your smartphone, tablet or PC to join. Install the application prior to the meeting.
2.     Please use your real name for registration so that we can credit 2.0 LUs/HSW to you.
3.     All attendees should mute their audio during the presentation to avoid signal interference.
4.     On this occasion, only the host and panelists will be allowed to speak.
5.     You may, however, type questions in the Q&A box at the bottom of your zoom screen.
6.     The panelists will review your questions and provide responses, time allowing.
7.     The presentation will be recorded.

Please register in advance, here:



Speakers’ Profiles

Peter Basmajian, AIA Hong Kong Past-President

Peter Basmajian is a founding partner of Richards Basmajian. He has worked in New York City, Tehran and Cairo, and has lived in Hong Kong since 1981. Prior to establishing his firm with partner David Richards in 1986, he was employed by Foster Associates on the design and construction of the HSBC Headquarters at 1 Queen’s Road Central. He is a Registered Architect in Hong Kong and New York State, a member of the HKIA and RIBA, and served as AIA Hong Kong Chapter President in 2005.


Jacky Yeung, Desk-one

Jacky Yeung is a co-founder of Desk-one, a local boutique co-working space with four locations in Hong Kong. Desk-one is the pioneer of on-demand work and study space that combines the best features of co-working, cafe and library, while charging users only for the actual time they spend at each facility.

Aside from his involvement in Desk-one, Jacky is a finance executive managing global real estate and natural resources private equity investments.


Alex Shu, T.H.E Design

Alex Shu is a design-strategist and co-founder of T.H.E Design, a co-working space that provides a collaborative, stimulating environment to foster the development of young architects, designers and other creative professionals. Together with his co-founder father, Winston Shu, Principal of Integrated Design Associates, Alex leverages their inter-generational experience to help young designers from different disciplines overcome typical start-up challenges as they shape the future of their industries.

Alex received his M.Arch from the University of Southern California and also holds an MBA in Design Thinking from the California College of the Arts. Prior to founding T.H.E Design, Alex worked as an Architectural Designer at Moore Ruble Yudell Architects.



Fei F.M. Mui, AIA

Fei received a Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Studies at HKU and her Master of Architecture at UCLA.  Licensed in the US, she has worked in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Australia and Japan. In 2015, Fei worked on the GOOGLE PARTNERPLEX in Google Tokyo office as the lead designer. Fei is currently working in the Hong Kong office of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.


AIA Hong Kong Webinar: Co-Living By LOD

Dear Members,

AIA Hong Kong will host an online panel discussion on co-living on May 14, 2020.  AIA member Yimei Chan, Design Principal of LOD Space, will present several projects the firm has completed in Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou that are centered around co-living, and examine how existing/historical buildings can be adapted to new modes of social activity. Her client, Ascott, will share their insight as an operator of co-living projects. The panel will raise questions such as the impact of social distancing on shared spaces and the sharing economy, among others.

This panel discussion is free for all AIA Hong Kong members, with a maximum of 100 participants. Below are instructions for participating in this event:

  1. You can use your smartphone, tablet or PC to join. Install the application prior to the meeting.
  2. Please use your real name for registration so that we can credit 1.5 LUs/HSW to you.
  3. All attendees should mute their audio during the presentation to avoid signal interference.
  4. On this occasion, only the host and panelists will be allowed to speak.
  5. You may, however, type questions in the Q&A box at the bottom of your zoom screen.
  6. The panelists will review your questions and provide responses, time allowing.
  7. The presentation will be recorded.

Please register in advance, here: 


Yimei Chan’s Profile

Yimei Chan, AIA

Yimei Chan graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York with BArch, BSc in Building Science and Civil Engineering degrees. She has been with notable firms including Steven Holl Architects, Bing Thom Architects, Aedas and SOM. She brings to all projects over twenty years of professional experience internationally. Her research focus on architectural concepts for enhanced experience. Her works bring along design thinking strategy and multi-discipline approach to enhance user’s experience, innovate interactive spatial experience and develop future space concept.

Her completed works include Soundon Masterplan (Hunan), Tujia Headquarter (Beijing), Marina Residence (Beijing), Ascott Citadines Apart’hotel (Xuzhou), Xiqu Center (Hong Kong), Vanke Center (Shenzhen), Linked Hybrid (Beijing), SkyPlaza (Hong Kong) and Aberdeen Center (Vancouver).


Moderator’s Profile

Paul Tse, AIA

Paul Tse is co-founder of New Office Works and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received 1st prize in the inaugural Hong Kong Young Architects & Designers Competition, 2nd prize in the Busan Opera House Competition and 2019 Perspective 40 Under 40 Award. His works have been exhibited internationally, including the 16th Venice Biennale and London Festival of Architecture in 2019.

Prior to NOW, he worked at Adjaye Associates in London as a project lead for various cultural and commercial projects and played a key role in establishing Adjaye Shanghai. He has also worked at Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) in New York, and MAD in Beijing.

Paul has received a Master of Architecture from RMIT University in Melbourne and a Master in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University GSAPP, where he was awarded the Honor Award for Excellence in Design.  He is a licensed architect in New York State.


Hello Fellow with Moira Moser

Dear Members,

The next event in AIA Hong Kong’s Hello Fellow Leadership Series will be led by Moira Moser, FAIA, FHKIA, FCTBUH, NCARB, Chairman and Founder of M Moser Associates, who will share valuable insights on the creation and management of a global design organisation. The firm’s decades-long focus on people and community, combined with a continuous drive to push the boundaries of innovation, was recently recognized with the AIA International Region’s first-ever Firm Award.

During this interactive event, Ms Moser will conduct a tour of the firm’s Hong Kong office, highlighting the key success factors that have enabled the company, as well as its clients, to achieve their common goals.

The presentation will also address the ongoing global pandemic, the challenges faced by businesses and staff, as well as suggested solutions to ensure that projects undertaken during such unprecedented times remain unaffected and that continuity and quality is retained

Please register in advance here.

Moira’s Profile:


A native of California, Moira Moser gained an international education as an architect before founding M Moser Associates in Hong Kong in 1981. Today, M Moser is a global firm with over 1,000 staff in 21 offices on four continents. The company provides a holistic approach to physical and digital workplace environments of all scales, integrating expertise in workplace strategy, architecture, engineering, interior design, and digital infrastructure, together with sustainability and wellness.

Ms. Moser is a recognised architect in California, the UK and Hong Kong, and is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. In 2001, she became one of the few women to be made a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects. She is also a Fellow of the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and was a member of its Advisory Group from 1988-2015.

In 2004, Ms. Moser was also recognised as Hong Kong’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ by the Women of Influence group, and in 2008 received the prestigious ‘Legend Award’ at the Contract Annual Design Award in New York.

Moira has shared some of her business tips in this YouTube interview.

Moderator’s Profile:

Robert Dani, Assoc. AIA, MSc Architect Engineer, Reset AP 

Robert Dani is an Associate Director at M Moser Associates. He has joined M Moser in 2015 after working at an independent branding and design agency for 7 years. His training in architecture has been a key influence in his approach to design ever since. Over the years, Robert has been involved in a wide range of projects, working directly with clients. Robert has a holistic approach to handling projects and prefers following through from concept design to execution coordination. He brings the firm expertise in concept design, spatial planning and technical development with his experience in wayfinding, branding and graphic design.


AIA Hong Kong Webinar: Wellness Design in Office Environment

Dear Members,

AIA Hong Kong hosted our first 2020 webinar on Wellness Design in Office Environments on Thursday, March 26. WELL faculty from the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), Stephen Brown from New York and Richard Chang from Shenzhen, gave us a presentation on WELL v2 and case studies. The presentation was followed by a Q&A session and tips to fight against COVID-19 using tools offered by IWBI.

Below is our recorded webinar

Post-webinar reading:

AIA Hong Kong 2020 Q1 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends of AIA Hong Kong:

Upcoming for 2020

The Chapter’s theme for 2020 is Citizen Architects. Our goal is to use our expertise, creativity and professional network to empower our community.  Our building tours, design competitions and annual awards will be curated around this theme.

In response to the coronavirus, in-person events will be postponed to June 2020.  Between March and June, we will provide online content and webinars for your continuing education. These will include a video demonstrating how seasoned AIA firms weathered previous economic downturns, an online Hello Fellow discussion with Moira Moser, FAIA, and a joint webinar with AIA California.

We hope the coronavirus will subside by early June, which will allow us to resume in-person programs. In anticipation of this, our early summer schedule includes our kick-off summer party and building tours to the Museum of Art, Rosewood Hotel and K11 Atelier in Quarry Bay. We will also launch a joint design competition, to establish a prototype of communal spaces for transitional housing.


Hello Fellow with Moira Moser, FAIA


Hong Kong Museum of Art by ArchSD



COLOURLIVING, the ultimate lifestyle curation brand, has launched a new pop-up store, focused on boosting the health of Hong Kongers in a stylish manner.

Set within its three-storey luxury retail space in downtown Wan Chai, this new Wellness Living concept has three distinct strands – special kitchen, customized tea and indoor pool.

Its singular take on the kitchen space has been designed, first and foremost, to make food preparation a fun and engaging experience for the entire family. As for the chosen teas, the lifestyle brand has opted to incorporate local award-winning brew dispenser brand.  The indoor bathing facility – evocatively titled the Faraway Pool – summons the sheer sensuality of an al fresco immersion, with its luxury KOS tub the perfect solution for the aspirationally inclined.  Mood lighting and submerged shelving are also all available as add-on extras.

A fascinating and most welcome addition to COLOURLIVING’S core offerings, Wellness Living takes comfort, style and personal care to a whole new level.


Making Kitchen Time Special


Relax the Body and Mind in this Cutting-Edge Home Pool



Highlights of 2019

In 2019, we convened two programs designed to increase AIA Hong Kong’s impact in the community through greater cooperation with other professional associations and by making unusual, creative connections.

The first was a joint design competition to explore the future of Smart Cities. Thanks to generous sponsorship from COLOURLIVING and the Hong Kong Design Centre, we launched this event together with the HKIA and RIBA Hong Kong to seek smart street furniture designs that reimagine the existing phone booth. The winning submission by Leo Li and Grace Yeung was prototyped in full scale and unveiled at our Symposium at EKEO in Kwun Tong. The prototype remains on exhibit at The Mills until March 15, 2020, as part of the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB) in Hong Kong.

The second program was an experiment to create a link between architecture and music. At the event, sponsored by Betrue, members listened to three pieces of music from the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Grand Opening Concert and were asked to respond to each piece by drawing sketches. The result was three sets of stunning architectural drawings.  Click here to see all three sets.  And a big Thank You! to our contributors for creating these lovely drawings.


Smart City Symposium and Phone Booth Prototype at EKEO


Members’ Sketches from Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Concert Movie Screening


Our Citizen Architects

Professor Nelson Chen, FAIA FHKIA FRIBA

As practicing architects, we are not only designers of buildings but also builders of communities.  A graduation message I share with architecture students is that we enter the profession to serve the needs of society.  When you design for yourself, you may be called an artist; when you design for others, you can become an architect.

Outside of practice, we can all contribute to society by serving on community boards – whether for a church, school, institute or other organization.  From education and experience, we are trained to understand and synthesize complex problems to achieve innovative solutions.  For several years, I served on my Church Council as well as a School Board – lots of late nights with prolonged discussions, but invaluable in engaging all stakeholders to build consensus. These lessons served me well when I later became head of the School of Architecture at CUHK.

For the entirety of my practice, now over three decades, I have donated professional services to a local community project every year.  Sometimes these commitments extended way beyond expectation – one of them lasted 12 years!  But, at the end of the day, God provides for all who seek His ways first.  The more we are willing to give away, the more He gives back to us in ways that cannot be counted or measured.

Fairview Park Alliance Church – 12 years in the making 



Thomas Schmidt, AIA

While many took to the streets in 2019, I took to my drawing board to re-imagine a better Hong Kong.  In an attempt to improve our community through communication of ideas, I created and assembled dozens of design concepts and uploaded them to a new website to share them with the world.  Sometimes architects just need to plant seeds, as things often take on a life of their own.  I would hope that I might be regarded as a “Citizen Architect” by providing food for thought for how our community and lives could be improved, one idea at a time.

Design Proposal in


Community Outreach

The Chapter also partnered with MIT Innovation Node to teach a group of primary school students from Sau Mau Ping about city planning and presentation. We demonstrated methods like storytelling, mind mapping, model making, and body language, to teach the students how to distill their ideas into 2-minute presentations. Our members Vicky Chan, Chris Cho, Sunnie Lau, Fanny Lee and Kevin Lim guided the 2-hour session.


Janice Lam from MIT lectures on presentation techniques


Past Chapter President Fanny Lee, AIA, with students


New Corporate Affiliates

Fresh Accounting

With offices in Hong Kong and Singapore, we provide basic accounting through to CFO services for our clients. In addition to this, we are specialists in implementing cloud based accounting, reporting, and project management solutions. We identify opportunities and strategies to improve business performance and profitability. We offer several measures to SMEs to future-proof their businesses in these abnormal times, ensuring that their businesses will continue to be of value in the distant future.

Glen Raven

Sunbrella fabric gives consumers, designers and architects the material they need to create the extraordinary in shade, indoor upholstery, outdoor upholstery, commercial and contract applications. We feel as responsible for our processes as for the quality of our product, with sustainability as a major initiative. Glen Raven is REACH compliant and participates actively in recycling while using solar power during production of all Sunbrella products.


We started our business as an MEP contractor in 1983. With over thirty years of experience, Keio has proved itself to be an industry renowned integrated solutions provider, specializing in Electrical & ELV, Mechanical, Plumbing & Drainage and Fire Protection Systems. We demonstrate our commitment by achieving and maintaining environmental, health and safety excellence.