Words from Donors


Nurturing talent for social advancement

Dr Joseph Lee Chung-tak, JP

Dr Joseph Lee Chung-tak, Chairman of Wofoo Plastics and Chemicals Group and President of Wofoo Social Enterprises, is a prominent industrialist and social entrepreneur. Dr Lee is committed to promoting sustainable development for society and nurturing the younger generation. One of the numerous projects that he has funded is a sponsorship programme with the objective to nurture students to become enterprising individuals who can contribute towards the wellbeing of society.


Be bold, be innovative

Dr Yeung Kin-man, SBS, JP

Born and raised in Hong Kong, the entrepreneur Dr Yeung Kin-man, JP, built his business empire from scratch with only HK$100,000 as seed money, put up by himself, his mother and his wife. Apart from being a technology and innovation enthusiast, he is also a generous philanthropist.


Aiming for a better tomorrow

Mr Wong Tin-chee

Born into a family of Chinese chiropractors, Mr Wong Tin-chee has been immersed for many years in the culture of Chinese medicine and martial arts, which has imbued in him a deep admiration for traditional Chinese culture and thought. 


Giving back to society

Dr Li Sau-hung

CityU is lucky to have been receiving long-standing support as far back as 1985 from the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong (CMA), which has been donating many CityU scholarships due to the help of warm-hearted persons like Dr Eddy Li Sau-hung, President of CMA, who work diligently behind the scenes.


Never Giving up

Dr Chan Chun-tong

Dr Chan is pleased that CityU’s latest QS World University Rankings have been widely recognised. He hopes CityU can scale new heights in its continued pursuit of excellence.


Sowing the seeds for smiles

Dr Pang Chi-wang

Dr Pang donated scholarships to CityU students after learning about CityU's student development from Mr Or Sik-ling, a fellow member of the Rotary Club of Hong Kong, in 2013. And he became a principal member of the City University of Hong Kong Foundation and promoted the “Rotary • CityU Nurturing Future Generations” Donation Scheme co-organised by CityU and the Rotary Club. 


Doing ordinary deeds well

Mr Chan Hon-pun

Mr Chan Hon-pun first came into contact with CityU in 2007 when attending a forum hosted by the University as a member of the Buddha's Light International Association of Hong Kong, and later in 2014 when attending a seminar at CityU about age-friendly communities, representing the Rotary Club of Shatin.