Graduated from SEE in 2016, I started my career as an environmental engineer at ATAL, where I was involved in the design and operations of three water and wastewater treatment projects. Upon completion of the HKIE’s Graduate Scheme “A” Training, I decided to take a step forward, and go beyond my professional background in water engineering. I had the calling that I should create an impact not only within the context of my profession, but also in solving the pressing water security and water sustainability issues facing emerging nations these days. Currently, I am pursuing a MS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley and working in a water research group at the Berkeley Lab. Our research is about zapping lead pipes with electricity, making them safer for drinking water uses. I truly enjoy the process of discovering groundbreaking solutions and I look forward to bringing tangible impacts and values to the real world.