Finance Committee

Finance Committee
Chairman
Mr. FAN Shi-hoo Hamen
Members
Professor LEUNG Yiu-king Freedom
Professor LEUNG Yiu-king Freedom (College Head)
3943 7351
yiukinleung@cuhk.edu.hk

Professor Freedom Leung graduated from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada with a PhD in Clinical Psychology.  He spent three years working as the clinical research associate at the world renowned Douglas Hospital Centre in Montreal before returning to Hong Kong in 1992.  He has taught clinical psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for over 25 years.  His research expertise includes eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, self-harm behavior and mindfulness therapy.  Professor Leung has received numerous Best Teaching Awards, including the Best Teaching Award of the Faculty of Social Science (2004), the Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award (2005), and the General Education Best Teaching Award of Shaw College (2019).

Professor Leung was Past President of the Hong Kong Psychological Society (1996 – 1997), and Senior Advisor for the Society of Clinical Psychology in China and Taiwan (2004 – 2014).  He is a committee member of the Asian Cognitive Behavior Therapy Association (2018 – present).  Besides serving as the Head of Shaw College, Professor Leung also serves as the senior consulting clinical psychologist for the Office of Student Affairs and the Human Resources Office of CUHK.
 

Mr.CHAN Chun-wing Terence
tcwchan@cuhk.edu.hk
Mr.CHENG Kam-chiu Stewart
Dr. LAI Wing-chueng Raymond
Ms. LAM Yuet-ping Salome
Mr. LEE Tak-Ching Frankie
Secretary
Ms. LAM Hou-heung Candice
3943 7311
candice.lam@cuhk.edu.hk

It was homecoming for Ms Lam when she assumed the post of College Secretary of Shaw College in June 2012.  Between 1992 and 1994, Ms Lam worked in Shaw as its Assistant Student Affairs Officer, after moving from Chung Chi College where she served from 1989 to 1992 in the same post.

After serving in the Chinese University, Ms Lam had been the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation.  She had started a fundraising event called CyberRun, developed new services, corporate capacity and branding of the organization, as well as supported the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation to provide rehabilitation training and service in Mainland China.  Before coming back to Shaw, Ms Lam served in the Secretariat of the Legislative Council.

Ms Lam was trained as a social worker in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and received a Diploma in Social Planning in Developing Countries, and a M.Sc. in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).  Ms Lam retains her registration as a professional social worker.

Ms Lam believes that education is of primary importance to individuals as well as to the society.  Education can enable individual growth and development, and build up the power for development of an equal society for all.  Education is social capital.  Whole-person development of students should consist of both formal curriculum and informal programmes.

As the College Secretary, Ms Lam looks forward to working with the members, staff and students in pursuing the vision and mission of Shaw College.  Ms Lam believes that students in Shaw are very well positioned to expanding their perspective as global citizens, understanding China, participating in community services, as well as bridging academic learning and practical experiences.

Ms Lam is a Christian, married with two daughters.

Investment Panel, Finance Committee
Chairman
Mr. FAN Shi-hoo Hamen
Members
Professor LEUNG Yiu-king Freedom
Professor LEUNG Yiu-king Freedom (College Head)
3943 7351
yiukinleung@cuhk.edu.hk

Professor Freedom Leung graduated from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada with a PhD in Clinical Psychology.  He spent three years working as the clinical research associate at the world renowned Douglas Hospital Centre in Montreal before returning to Hong Kong in 1992.  He has taught clinical psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for over 25 years.  His research expertise includes eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, self-harm behavior and mindfulness therapy.  Professor Leung has received numerous Best Teaching Awards, including the Best Teaching Award of the Faculty of Social Science (2004), the Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award (2005), and the General Education Best Teaching Award of Shaw College (2019).

Professor Leung was Past President of the Hong Kong Psychological Society (1996 – 1997), and Senior Advisor for the Society of Clinical Psychology in China and Taiwan (2004 – 2014).  He is a committee member of the Asian Cognitive Behavior Therapy Association (2018 – present).  Besides serving as the Head of Shaw College, Professor Leung also serves as the senior consulting clinical psychologist for the Office of Student Affairs and the Human Resources Office of CUHK.
 

Mr.CHAN Chun-wing Terence
tcwchan@cuhk.edu.hk
Mr.CHENG Kam-chiu Stewart
Dr. LAI Wing-chueng Raymond
Ms. LAM Yuet-ping Salome
Mr. LEE Tak-Ching Frankie
Secretary
Ms. LAM Hou-heung Candice
3943 7311
candice.lam@cuhk.edu.hk

It was homecoming for Ms Lam when she assumed the post of College Secretary of Shaw College in June 2012.  Between 1992 and 1994, Ms Lam worked in Shaw as its Assistant Student Affairs Officer, after moving from Chung Chi College where she served from 1989 to 1992 in the same post.

After serving in the Chinese University, Ms Lam had been the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation.  She had started a fundraising event called CyberRun, developed new services, corporate capacity and branding of the organization, as well as supported the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation to provide rehabilitation training and service in Mainland China.  Before coming back to Shaw, Ms Lam served in the Secretariat of the Legislative Council.

Ms Lam was trained as a social worker in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and received a Diploma in Social Planning in Developing Countries, and a M.Sc. in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).  Ms Lam retains her registration as a professional social worker.

Ms Lam believes that education is of primary importance to individuals as well as to the society.  Education can enable individual growth and development, and build up the power for development of an equal society for all.  Education is social capital.  Whole-person development of students should consist of both formal curriculum and informal programmes.

As the College Secretary, Ms Lam looks forward to working with the members, staff and students in pursuing the vision and mission of Shaw College.  Ms Lam believes that students in Shaw are very well positioned to expanding their perspective as global citizens, understanding China, participating in community services, as well as bridging academic learning and practical experiences.

Ms Lam is a Christian, married with two daughters.