People of Science Park

They dare to dream, disrupt and deliver. They inject life and soul into our innovation community, and stand tall as pillars of tomorrow’s creative world.

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No Ordinary Doctor

Dr. Cheng, a specialist in three specialties, has persisted in spending nearly 20 years chasing his dream of using innovative technologies to develop a cure for cancers. His efforts have led to the first drug entirely developed in Hong Kong to be given clinical trial approvals by both U.S. and UK regulatory authorities and has so far shown preliminary efficacy in controlling cancer growth in clinical trials.

Money, Prestige and Freedom

Delivery on-demand app Lalamove has seen its transaction volumes shoot up six to seven times in two years. Its success can be attributed to user support and acquisition of a large pool of drivers. How does it develop a rapport with those drivers? Lalamove’s Hong Kong regional director Mark Au takes us on a ride with a driver to find out. He sums up Lalamove’s commitment to drivers – “Money, prestige and freedom, all yours”. The company aims to deliver as much benefit to the drivers as to the customers.

Doing is believing

Amice has taken a convoluted journey from dieting to studying nutrition and from a secure career to entrepreneurship. Driven by a desire to improve public health and carve a path for the future, she talks about how greater awareness can help stave off chronic diseases.

If men can, so can she

She started from scratch from her university days, and fought her way into a male-dominated industry. Today it could be called BoBo's brilliant career. After years of hard work, her company now boasts more than 1,000 clients, among them listed companies, major brands and SMEs.

Diamonds are its best friend

Hatched in Science Park seven years ago, Master Dynamic is battling hard to realise its innovation dream. How does Science Park support young entrepreneurs, full of potential and hope, at different stages of the game?

Speak to him in Cantonese, S'il vous plaît

A Cantonese-speaking French guy has become a mentor for Hong Kong youth in a training programme jointly run by HKSTP and French start-up network CDI. Discover why he has become a symbol of Science Park's commitment to community, a bridge for cultural exchange, and a beacon of hope for young people.


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