First row, from left: Dr Nancy Chapman, Ms Rosanna Choi, Dr Andrew Lam. Second row, from left: Mr Lee Siu-lun, Ms Winnie Tam, Dr Tan Siu-lin. Third row, from left: Mr Alfred Tang, Mrs Kitty Tse, Ms Ada Wong


第一行左起:賈南溪博士、蔡懿德女士、林海涵博士。 第二行左起:李兆麟先生、譚允芝女士、陳守仁博士。 第三行左起:鄧貴彰先生、謝吳道潔女士、黃英琦女士

Date: 24 Jul 2017 (Monday)

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HKBU to confer Honorary University Fellowships on nine distinguished persons

浸大頒授榮譽大學院士予九位傑出社會人士

The University announced today (24 July) the conferment of Honorary University Fellowships on nine distinguished persons in recognition of their outstanding contributions to society and in appreciation of their highly valued support to the University.

The nine Honorary University Fellowship recipients are Dr Nancy E Chapman (賈南溪博士), Ms Rosanna Choi Yi-tak (蔡懿德女士), Dr Andrew Lam Hoi-ham (林海涵博士), Mr Lee Siu-lun (李兆麟先生), Ms Winnie Tam Wan-chi (譚允芝女士), Dr Tan Siu-lin (陳守仁博士), Mr Alfred Tang Kwai-chang (鄧貴彰先生), Mrs Kitty Tse (謝吳道潔女士) and Ms Ada Wong Ying-kay (黃英琦女士). The conferment ceremony will be held at the Convocation on 5 September.

Dr Nancy Chapman

Dr Nancy Chapman is President of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, a foundation that supports the development of higher education in 15 countries and regions in Asia and has long-term collaborations in a wide variety of scholarly and faculty exchanges with HKBU.

A graduate of Yale University and Princeton University in the US, Dr Chapman has worked in the fields of higher education, philanthropy and non-profit management for almost 40 years, with more than 10 years of residence and work in Asia. Most of her working life has been devoted to the advancement of higher education and cultural exchange among countries in Asia and between Asia and the US.

Dr Chapman previously held positions with responsibility for Asia projects with the Institute of International Education, the Lingnan Foundation, and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. She also twice held teaching positions at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and served for 14 years as Executive Director of the Yale-China Association. She was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2007.

Dr Chapman assumed the presidency of the United Board in 2011. Under her able leadership, the United Board has forged further collaborations and enhanced cooperation with over 80 institutes of higher learning across Asia to strengthen whole person education in the liberal arts and Christian traditions.

Ms Rosanna Choi

Ms Rosanna Choi is the founding partner of CW CPA, in charge of the firm’s audit and assurance, China consulting and tax advisory services.

A practising accountant and seasoned auditor, Ms Choi was elected Chairman of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Hong Kong and is now ACCA’s Global Council member and the Chairperson of its Global Forum for small and medium enterprises. She has made important contributions to community service through her work on a series of committees, including providing expert advice on financial and corporate governance matters. She has been helping in the development of innovative social enterprises in Hong Kong through her various roles with Social Ventures Hong Kong.

Ms Choi obtained an MBA from the University of Sydney, Australia, and an MSc from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She, together with other Board members of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited, was awarded the title of Director of the Year by the Hong Kong Institute of Directors in 2013.

Ms Choi has made significant contributions to HKBU through her dedicated efforts. She was a Council member from 2011-16, and her wise counsel and professional advice rendered to the Council and Council committees and task forces have been highly valued in guiding the University in its growth and development.

Dr Andrew Lam

Dr Andrew Lam is Founder and Managing Director of H H Lam & Co CPA Limited.

A graduate of The University of Hong Kong, Dr Lam has actively participated in an impressive range of public and community services, including social welfare, town planning, youth development and charity work, conducted through the Lions Joint Charity Fund and the Lions & Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Charity Foundation.

He is currently Chairman of the Board of the Lions and HKBU Chinese Medicine Charity Foundation, Chairman of the Hong Kong Playground Association, and Senior Advisor of the Beijing Municipal Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. He was conferred a doctorate in Laws (honoris causa) by Lincoln University in the US, and was appointed Justice of the Peace by the Hong Kong Government in 1997.

In 2007, the Lions & HKBU Chinese Medicine Charity Foundation launched the Privilege Scheme of Chinese Medicine Service for Elderly. Dr Lam made a generous donation to this Scheme, which helps the less privileged in the elderly community suffering from chronic diseases to enjoy at a subsidised fee, or for free, the quality outpatient services provided by HKBU’s Chinese medicine clinics. Since then, the Foundation has continued its enthusiastic and generous support for the Scheme.

Mr Lee Siu-lun

Mr Lee Siu-lun is Managing Director of Siu On Realty Company Limited. He has been a devoted supporter of the development of the Hong Kong education sector.

Mr Lee started his career as a trainee in the gold and silver industry, earning promotion to manager through his diligence and eagerness to learn. In 1965, he founded Siu On Land Investment Company Limited, which was renamed Siu On Realty Company Limited in 1973 and became a listed company with a strategic focus on prime properties in Hong Kong and Mainland China. In 1986, he expanded his business to Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shunde.

Since 1990, Mr Lee has made generous donations in his hometown, Shunde, for the renovation and establishment of hospitals and schools. He was named honorary citizen of Shunde and Foshan.

Mr and Mrs Lee have given staunch support for the development of HKBU’s School of Chinese Medicine, the Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning, as well as the Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology. In recognition of their generosity, HKBU named a lecture theatre on the Shaw Campus the “Mr and Mrs Lee Siu Lun Lecture Theatre”, and the Learning Commons on the Ho Sin Hang Campus the “Mr and Mrs Lee Siu Lun Learning Commons”.

Ms Winnie Tam

Ms Winnie Tam is the immediate past Chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association, and a leading specialist advocate in civil and commercial law, particularly in intellectual property law. She is one of the few women to have been named Senior Counsel of the Hong Kong Bar. In the international arena, she has been elected Co-Chairman of the Forum for Barristers and Advocates of the International Bar association (IBA), and a member of the Policy Committee of IBA’s Bar Issues Commission. She holds a part-time judicial position as a Recorder of the High Court of the HKSAR Government, and serves in government bodies on mediation and arbitration to assist in policy formulation and guidance.

A graduate of The University of Hong Kong, Ms Tam has made distinguished contributions through her leadership in the legal profession and community service. She is a member of the Judicial Officers Recommendation Commission, the Board of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, the Advisory Committee Against Corruption of the Independent Commission Against Corruption, and the Hong Kong Tourism Board.

Ms Tam showed steadfast support for HKBU through active participation in the HKBU Council and Court from 2011 to 2016. As Deputy Chairman and a member of the Personnel Committee for six years, she provided advice on reviewing important personnel policies and procedures, including as a member of the Search Committee for the post of President and Vice-Chancellor.

Dr Tan Siu-lin

Dr Tan Siu-lin is Founder and Chairman of Luen Thai Group Limited, which, under his leadership, has grown into a global conglomerate operating in a wide range of businesses.

A renowned entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr Tan is founder of the Tan Siu Lin Foundation and the Tan Family Social Welfare Foundation. He has also set up The TWGHs Dr Tan Siu Lin Charity Foundation at Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. He has made contributions spanning the fields of education, medical, culture and exchanges, and has been recognised widely in China, Guam, Malaysia and the Philippines. He received a degree of Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) from the University of Guam, the Quanzhou Philanthropist Award from the Quanzhou Municipal People’s Government, Fujian Charity Award from the Fujian Provincial Department of Civil Affairs, and the Distinguished Contribution Award from Peking University. He is also Honorary Life Director of the Board of Huaqiao University.

Since 2003, Dr Tan has offered generous support to HKBU, including the establishment of the Dr Sun Yat-sen Research Fund of the Department of History. The Dr Tan Siu Lin Scholarship has been set up to support five History freshmen each year to participate in overseas exchange programmes. He has also donated and set up the Tan Siu Lin Foundation Perpetual Fund for Free Chinese Medicine Consultation Day for underprivileged community members.

Mr Alfred Tang

Mr Alfred Tang is an Independent Non-executive Director of a number of companies, including Baosteel Resources International Company Limited, Bank of Communications (Hong Kong) Limited, FIT Hon Teng Limited and HKR International Limited.

Mr Tang is a graduate in Accounting of Hong Kong Baptist College. He has more than 30 years of experience in the accounting profession and industry, and is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Mr Tang is a former Partner of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. At Deloitte, he specialised in audit services and was actively involved in initial public offerings, including the listing of the H-shares of some of the first batch of Chinese companies listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. By the time he retired in May 2013, he was Vice-Chairman (China) and Director (Global) of the firm.

Mr Tang has devoted his unceasing and dedicated efforts to supporting the development of his alma mater in a variety of capacities. Over the years, he has made generous donations in support of a series of endeavours of the University, including the HKBU Century Club Fund, the Silver Jubilee and Senior Alumni Bursaries, student scholarships and bursaries, and other University projects.

He is currently Director of the HKBU Century Club, HKBU R & D Licensing Limited, Honorary Vice-President of the HKBU Foundation, and a member of the HKBU Court.

Mrs Kitty Tse

Mrs Kitty Tse is the wife of Dr Daniel Tse, President Emeritus of HKBU. She served as Librarian of Hong Kong Baptist College and HKBU from 1970 to 1998. After retiring from HKBU, she served as voluntary librarian and later honorary consultant for the library of the Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary for 10 years, contributing to its planning and development.

Mrs Tse obtained a Master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh, USA. During her tenure at HKBU, Mrs Tse contributed to the expansion and development of the Library’s facilities and its support for teaching and learning.

She led the Library through many important milestones: these ranged from the College Library, which had a collection of about 20,000 books in 1971, to the establishment in 1985 of the first library among government-funded institutions to use an automated system, handling a collection of over 160,000 books.  Eventually, the 6,500 square-metre Au Shue Hung Memorial Library was opened, providing automated quality library services.

In recognition of the valuable contributions of Dr Tse and Mrs Tse, HKBU set up the Daniel & Kitty Tse Visiting Professorship Scheme to invite global renowned scholars to take up residence in HKBU for academic exchange.

Ms Ada Wong

Ms Ada Wong is a Solicitor and Partner of Philip K H Wong, Kennedy Y H Wong & Co.

A graduate of Pomona College, USA, and The University of Hong Kong, Ms Wong has led parallel and varied careers. She is a social innovator, entrepreneur, arts and cultural advocate and educator, promoting and advancing education innovation, cultural development and creativity.

She founded the non-profit Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture in the late 1990s, which in turn set up the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, and remains its supervisor. She also founded the Make A Difference Institute and Good Lab Foundation which support and inspire young people to use their creativity and innovation to bring about positive changes to society.

Ms Wong also devotes her time to public service, especially in the areas of arts and culture. She was a member of the Consultation Panel of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and a board member of the Hong Kong Design Centre for many years. She is currently a member of the Museum Advisory Committee of the Leisure and Cultural Service Department. She was conferred with Honorary Fellowships by The Education University of Hong Kong and Lingnan University, and was appointed Justice of the Peace by the HKSAR Government.

She has been an advisor to the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing of HKBU, giving advice to the Department and students on numerous occasions.

浸會大學今日(7月24日)宣佈,頒授榮譽大學院士予九位傑出社會人士,以表揚他們對社會作出的重大貢獻,以及對浸大發展的鼎力支持。獲嘉許的人士包括賈南溪博士、蔡懿德女士、林海涵博士、李兆麟先生、譚允芝女士、陳守仁博士、鄧貴彰先生、謝吳道潔女士和黃英琦女士。頒授禮將於9月5日的開學禮上同場舉行。

賈南溪博士(Nancy Chapman)

賈南溪博士是亞洲基督教高等教育聯合董事會總裁,該機構支持亞洲15個國家及地區的高等院校發展,並與浸大建立了長期的學術和教師交流合作關係。

賈南溪博士畢業於美國耶魯大學和普林斯頓大學,擁有近40年高等教育、慈善和非牟利團體的管理經驗,包括10多年駐亞洲經驗。她一直致力促進亞洲各地之間以及美國與亞洲的教育及文化交流工作。

賈南溪博士曾任職於國際教育協會、嶺南基金會和洛克菲勒兄弟基金會,負責亞洲項目。她亦曾兩度在香港中文大學任教,並擔任雅禮協會會長達14年之久。賈南溪博士於2007年獲香港中文大學頒授榮譽院士。

賈南溪博士自2011年起擔任亞洲基督教高等教育聯合董事會總裁,帶領該會與亞洲多國超過80間高等院校加強合作,推動具博雅和基督教傳統的全人教育。

蔡懿德女士

蔡懿德女士是華德會計師事務所創始合夥人,專責公司的審計與審閱服務、審計保證及內地諮詢和稅務諮詢服務。

蔡女士是資深會計師和核數師,曾任特許公認會計師香港分會主席,現時是特許公認會計師公會全球理事及其全球中小企業論壇主席。社會服務方面,她參與多項委員會工作,提供包括財務和企業管治的專業意見。蔡女士亦透過她在香港社會創投基金的工作,協助本港的創意社會企業發展。

蔡女士取得澳洲悉尼大學工商管理碩士和香港科技大學理學碩士,並與香港數碼港管理有限公司其他董事同獲香港董事學會頒發2013年傑出董事獎。

蔡女士對推動浸大發展不遺餘力,於2011至2016年間擔任浸大校董會成員,向校董會及轄下的委員會和工作小組提供專業意見,貢獻良多。

林海涵博士

林海涵博士是林海涵會計師行創辦人及董事,畢業於香港大學。林博士透過獅子會與香港浸會大學中醫藥慈善基金,積極參與一系列的公共及社會服務,包括社會福利、城市規劃、青年發展和慈善活動。

林博士現任「獅子會與香港浸會大學中醫藥慈善基金」董事會主席、香港遊樂場協會主席,以及中國人民政治協商會議北京市委員會高級顧問。他獲美國林肯大學頒授榮譽法學博士,並在1997年獲香港政府委任為太平紳士。

2007年,「獅子會與香港浸會大學中醫藥慈善基金」推出「長者愛心診症咭計劃」,林博士慷慨捐贈,支援患慢性疾病及有需要的長者以特惠價或免費使用浸大中醫藥診所的服務。自此,基金一直熱心及慷慨支持該計劃。

李兆麟先生

李兆麟先生是兆安地產有限公司董事總經理,多年來鼎力支持香港的教育發展。

李先生的事業由金銀業實習生開始,因勤奮好學獲晉升成為經理。1965年,他成立兆安置業有限公司。該公司於1973年易名為兆安地產有限公司,並成為上市公司,從事本港和內地的地產業務。1986年,公司業務擴展至上海、廣州和順德。

自1990年起,李先生因鼎力支持家鄉順德興建醫院和學校,獲授予順德市榮譽市民和佛山市榮譽市民的稱號。

李兆麟伉儷亦慷慨襄助浸大中醫藥學院、全人教育教與學中心和饒宗頤國學院的發展。為鳴謝李氏伉儷的支持,大學把位於逸夫校園的一個演講廳命名為「李兆麟伉儷演講廳」,和位於善衡校園的研習中心命名為「李兆麟伉儷研習中心」。

譚允芝女士

譚允芝女士是前香港大律師公會主席和知名民事訴訟及知識產權專科大律師,亦是少數獲委任為資深大律師的女性。在國際專業領域上,譚女士獲選國際律師協會訟辯律師議會聯席主席及協會律師關注議題委員會成員。她兼任香港高等法院特委法官,並在有關調解和仲裁的政府工作小組和委員會中協助制訂政策和給予指導。

譚女士畢業於香港大學,在專業領域及社會服務上貢獻良多。她現任特區政府司法人員推薦委員會委員、西九文化區董事局成員、廉政公署貪污問題諮詢委員會委員,以及香港旅遊發展局成員等。

譚女士一直熱心支持浸大,於2011至2016年間擔任校董會及諮議會成員,並擔任人事管理委員會副主席及成員達6年,為大學的重要人事政策檢討提供意見,以及參與校長聘任委員會的工作。

陳守仁博士

陳守仁博士是聯泰集團有限公司創辦人及主席,領導公司成為業務廣泛的國際企業集團。

陳博士是著名的企業家及慈善家,設立陳守仁基金會、陳守仁家族福利基金會和東華三院陳守仁博士慈善基金,捐資的項目涵蓋教育、醫療、文化交流等範疇。他獲得中國內地、關島、馬來西亞和菲律賓多國的推崇,曾獲關島大學頒授榮譽法律博士、泉州市政府頒授泉州市慈善家榮銜、福建省民政廳頒授八閩慈善獎及北京大學頒授傑出貢獻獎。他亦是華僑大學永遠榮譽董事。

自2003年起,陳博士慷慨支持浸大的發展,包括襄助歷史系成立孫中山研究基金,又設立陳守仁博士獎學金,每年獎勵五名主修歷史的本科新生參與海外交流計劃。他捐資成立陳守仁基金會贈醫施藥義診日永久基金,資助有需要的低收入人士的中醫藥醫療費用。

鄧貴彰先生

鄧貴彰先生是寶鋼資源國際有限公司、交通銀行(香港)有限公司、鴻騰六零八八精密科技股份有限公司和香港興業國際集團有限公司的獨立非執行董事。

鄧先生是香港浸會學院會計學校友,擁有超過30年的豐富專業會計經驗,亦是特許公認會計師公會及香港會計師公會的資深會員。

鄧先生曾任德勤.關黃陳方會計師事務所合夥人,於審計服務和首次公開募股事務貢獻良多,包括曾協助首批內地企業在香港發行H股上市。鄧先生於2013年5月退休前,是德勤中國副主席及德勤國際董事會成員。

鄧先生一直透過各種方式支持母校的發展,包括慷慨襄助浸會大學尚志會、銀禧及元老校友獎學金、多項獎學金和大學發展項目。

鄧先生現任尚志會理事、浸大科硏發展有限公司董事、浸大基金會榮譽副主席和浸大諮議會成員。

謝吳道潔女士

謝吳道潔女士是浸會大學榮休校長謝志偉博士的夫人。她於1970至1998年間擔任浸會學院和浸會大學圖書館館長,退休後曾先後義務擔任浸信會神學院圖書館館長和榮譽顧問達10年,參與規劃及發展。

謝女士於美國匹茲堡大學取得圖書館學碩士學位。她任職浸大時,對擴建圖書館設施和為大學提供教與學支援作出莫大貢獻。

謝女士帶領圖書館經歷多個重要里程碑:由1971年藏書只有約20,000部,到1985年成為首所使用自動化系統的政府資助院校圖書館,處理超過160,000部書籍。其後,佔地6,500平方米的區樹洪紀念圖書館落成,提供自動化的優質服務至今。

為鳴謝謝博士伉儷的支持,大學成立謝志偉伉儷客座教授計劃,邀請國際知名學者駐校講學及交流,促進教研發展。

黃英琦女士

黃英琦女士是黃乾亨黃英豪律師事務所律師及合夥人。她畢業於美國波莫納學院和香港大學,開展多元化的事業。她是一位推動社會創新的創業者,一直關注藝術教育和文化事務,促進創新教育、文化發展及創意的工作。

黃女士於1990年代下旬成立非牟利的香港當代文化中心,隨後成立香港兆基創意書院並擔任校監至今。近年,她創辦「創不同」和「好單位」項目,支持年輕人以創意為社會帶來正面的改變。

黃女士亦致力公共服務,特別是藝術和文化事務,擔任西九文化區管理局諮詢會成員和香港設計中心董事會成員多年。她現任康樂及文化事務署博物館諮詢委員會委員。她先後獲得香港教育大學及嶺南大學頒授榮譽院士,並獲特區政府委任為太平紳士。

她亦擔任浸大人文及創作系顧問,在多個範疇為學系及同學提供建議。