Wednesday, November 26, 2014   

SING TAO HONORS LEADING LIGHTS
(03-27 11:35)

A pioneering Hong Kong industrialist, two leading lights in the healthcare sphere, a committed educator, and creators of an iconic local comic strip, are being honored today for their contributions to Hong Kong and their respective fields at the Leader of the Year 2013 Award, organized by the Sing Tao News Corporation Limited, a leading media group in Hong Kong.
The annual awards are organized by Sing Tao Daily, Headline Daily and The Standard publications of Sing Tao News Corporation.
Winners, chosen by a distinguished panel chaired by Professor Yam Chi-kwong, will be recognized at a ceremony tonight at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. Chief Secretary Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, will be the guest of honor.

Sing Tao News Corporation established the Leader of the Year Award in 1994.

Awards are presented in four categories:

* Commerce & Industry/Finance – Dr Patrick Shui-chung Wang
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Johnson Electric Group

* Community/Public Affairs –
Prof Sylvia Fung
Professor
Health Services Management
Tung Wah College

Dr Susie Lum Shun-sui
President
The Provisional Hong Kong Academy of Nursing


* Education/Research – Dr Angela Luk Chiu Kwan-hung
Chairperson,
Angela Luk’s Education Foundation
Supervisor
Creative Kindergarten & Day Nursery


* Sports/Culture/Performing Arts –
Mr Alphonso Wong Ka-hee
Comic Artist

Mr Joseph Wong Chak
Comic Artist


   
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