Occupying a strategic location in Hong Kong bordering Shenzhen, the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park in the Lok Ma Chau Loop offers four times as much land area as Hong Kong Science Park, giving Hong Kong’s innovation and technology ecosystem not only the space to grow, but also the proximity to tap the supply chain, manufacturing capabilities and talent pool across the border.
The Park is also strategically significant for R&D companies around the world to leverage the competitive advantages of both Hong Kong and Shenzhen in innovation and technology and accelerate their access to the Mainland market. The advantages will attract R&D expertise from around the world to converge here, contributing to making Hong Kong a global leading innovation hub.
In 2017, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) set up Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park Limited (HSITP), a wholly-owned subsidiary, to build the superstructure, manage, maintain and operate the Park. Appointed by the HKSTP, the Board of Directors of HSITP comprises 10 members with diverse background and extensive experience in academia, public services or business sector.
Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park Limited
Units 207-208, 2/F, Lakeside 2, 10 Science Park West Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park
Tel: +852 2629 6818
6 OCT 2021
19 JUL 2021
Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park Limited announced the appointment of Lead Design Consultant for Batch 1A development and Quantity Surveying Consultant for Batch 1A and Building 1 development of the Park
Ms Annie CHOI is the Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Ms CHOI joined the Administrative Service in 1986 and has served in a number of policy bureaux and departments, including the Civil Service Bureau, the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau and the Home Affairs Department. She was the Commissioner for Innovation and Technology from August 2015 to July 2019.
Ms CHOI obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Laws as well as Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from the University of Hong Kong. She also did postgraduate studies in Public Administration at Oxford University, UK and Tsinghua University, PRC.
*Appointed on an ex-officio basis
Professor John Chai of Fook Tin Group Holdings Limited, is a distinguished scholar and dental specialist. Prior to joining the Fook Tin Group, Professor Chai was a full time professor at Northwestern University. He is presently a Professor Emeritus of Northwestern University, and an Honorary Clinical Professor of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong. Having a close affinity with Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Professor Chai is the Vice Chairman of University Council. He is also a member of the Chief Executive’s Council of Advisers on Innovation and Strategic Development, HKSAR, and was Immediate Past Chairman of Business Environment Council Limited. Professor Chai has been keen to take up public duties covering higher education, innovation and technology, environmental protection and sustainable development of Hong Kong.
Humphrey is the Assurance Leader for PwC China, Hong Kong and Asia Pacific and a core member of PwC’s Global Assurance Leadership Team. He has also recently taken up the role as PwC China and Hong Kong Services Digitisation Leader. He is a member of the PwC China and Hong Kong Management Board and a member of the PwC China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan Executive Board.
Humphrey has many years of audit, advisory and capital markets experience, and has worked with a wide range of international and local clients. He has significant experience in helping companies list on the Hong Kong, US and other overseas stock exchanges. Over the years, he has also performed key leadership roles in PwC including serving as Hong Kong Markets Leader, China and Hong Kong TMT Leader, China and Hong Kong Middle Market Leader, a member of the Global Middle Market Leadership Team and a member of the PwC China and Hong Kong’s Board of Partners.
Mr. Choi is currently a member of Higher Rights Assessment Board and Director of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited appointed by the HKSAR Government.
Dr. Fan Jianping received his B.S. degree from NanKai University in 1984, and received his PhD degree in Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences (“CAS”) in 1990. He worked at Institute of Computing Technology from 1990. He is currently a CAS second grade researcher, the Director of Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, CAS, and the Deputy Director of the Shenzhen Talent Institute.
Dr. Fan’s research interests include high performance computing, grid computing, and computer architecture. He designed and developed a series supercomputer including Dawning I, Dawning 1000, Dawning 3000 and Dawning 4000. He has received many awards, including 1st class and 2nd class Awards of National Science and Technology Progress, the outstanding young scientist of CAS, and the national talent of New Century Talent Program, National "Ninth Five-Year Plan" Advanced Individual, National Patent Invention Excellence Award and Guangdong Province Patent Invention Gold Award, National "863" Program Advanced Individual, Shenzhen Mayor Award, Pengcheng Outstanding Talent, Member of Shenzhen Young Talents Committee, etc.
Dr. Fan has actively participated in various professional and public activities, including Member of the China Computer Federation, Member of the Academic Degrees Committee of University of CAS, Member of Shezhen CPPCC Standing Committee and adjunct professor of Beijing Jiaotong University. He also served as Special Technology Advisor of the Ordos People’s Government.
Professor Li Zexiang is currently a Professor of Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Co-founder of Da-Jiang Innovations Ltd, Chairman and Director of Googol Technology (HK) Ltd, and the Member of Committee on Innovation, Technology and Re-industrialisation.
Professor Li received his BS degree in Electrical Engineering and Economics (with honors) from Carnegie-Mellon University, his MA degree in Mathematics and PhD degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Professor Li worked as a research scientist in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of MIT and as an Assistant professor in the Robotics and Manufacturing Laboratory of New York University.
Professor Li is specialized in the academia and research field of Robotics, Manufacturing and Automation, and actively promotes the education reform and development of Chinese research scientists and innovative talents. He received the National Natural Science Award (3rd class) from China, the University Scholar Award from Carnegie-Mellon University, the E.I. Jury Award from UC Berkeley, the Research Initiation Award from the National Science Foundation, the ALCOA Fellowship from the ALCOA Foundation and the E. Anthony Fellowship from UC Berkeley.
Mr. Meng Jianmin is a Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.Graduated from the Southeast University with a Ph.D. degree, he is the Chairman and Chief Architect of Shenzhen General Institute of Architectural Design Research Co. Ltd., Distinguished Professor of Shenzhen University, Distinguished Professor of City University of Macau, Vice Chairman of the Architectural Society of China (ASC), Vice Chairman of Architects Sub-Institute of the Architectural Society of China, Chairman of Shenzhen Experts United Association, and Part-time Professor of Southeast University, South China University of Technology, and Shenzhen University, etc.
Mr. Meng was given the title of the Chinese Architectural Design Master, the Liang Sicheng Architecture Award, the China Design Contribution Gold Award of Guanghua Dragon Award, and the One Hundred Nanyue Outstanding Talents Award.
He presided over the design of the Memorial of Crossing-the-Yangtze-River Campaign, Memorial of Yushu Earthquake, the University of Hong Kong -Shenzhen Hospital, Shenzhen - Hong Kong West Passport Port Inspection Building, Kunming Yuntianhua Group HQ and more than 200 other projects, and has received more than 80 professional awards of all kinds. He was the Project Leader of the Chinese Key Research and Development Program, the "New Methods and New Tools of Goal and Effect Oriented Green Building Design" project. He also published "Primitive (Benyuan) Design", “Implementation of Innovation Healthcare Design" and many other works; and summed up the "Primitive (Benyuan) Design" theory. The concept of "All-Round Humanistic Care" and "Three-Way Methodology" he advocates have systematically provided the engineering practices an operable method and path.
Professor Lap-chee Tsui is the Founding President of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong and President of Victor and William Fung Foundation. He is also the Director of Qiushi Academy for Advanced Studies and Master of the Residential College of International Campus, Zhejiang University, China. He is the Emeritus University Professor of the University of Toronto, Canada.
He was the 14th Vice Chancellor of The University of Hong Kong and, prior to which, he was Geneticist-in-Chief at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and University Professor at University of Toronto, Canada.
Professor Tsui received his Bachelor and Master degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and his PhD from University of Pittsburgh in 1979. He is world renowned for his research work in human genetics and genomics, notably the identification of the gene for Cystic Fibrosis in 1989 and, later, other human genetic diseases while conducting a comprehensive characterization of human chromosome 7.
Dr. Tsui has over 300 peer-reviewed scientific publications and 65 invited book chapters. He is the recipient of many national and international prizes, and a Fellow of Royal Society of Canada, Fellow of Royal Society of London, Fellow of Academia Sinica, Foreign Associate of the National Academy of Sciences USA, Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Laureate of the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame. He has received many awards over the years, including 15 honorary doctoral degrees from universities around the world, the Order of Canada, the Order of Ontario, Knight of the Légion d’Honneur of France.
Mr. Yuwen Wang graduated from Wuhan University, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne with dual Master degrees in Economics and Management. He is the Deputy General Manager of Shenzhen Investment Holdings Co., Ltd., Member of Board of Directors of Shenzhen Infrastructure Investment Fund Management Co., Ltd. and Member of Shenzhen Municipal Committee of the CPPCC.
Mr. Wang has extensive work experience in large state owned enterprises, provincial and municipal level Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office, foreign affairs and Overseas Chinese related departments, and organizing committees for large scale international competitions. With years of overseas working and study experience, he successively served as official in Hunan Provincial Foreign Affairs Office (Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office); official in Hunan Branch of China State Construction Engineering Corporation; Deputy Director of Protocol Division and Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Division of Shenzhen Municipal Foreign Affairs Office; Deputy Liaison Head of the Guangdong-Hong Kong Border; Secretary General and Director of Working Department for the Shenzhen People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries; Executive Board Member of Organizing Committee, Deputy Head of the Athletes’ Village and Director of International Relations & Cooperation Department for the 26th Summer Universiade, Shenzhen; Member of the CPC Party Membership Group and Associate Counselor of Shenzhen Municipal Foreign Affairs Office (Shenzhen Municipal Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office), and Deputy Chairman of Shenzhen People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
Mr. Wang actively participates in social and public affairs, and served as Council Member of United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC), Member of the Fifth Council of China International Friendship Cities Association, Member of the Tenth Council of Guangdong People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, Executive Member of the Fourth Council of Shenzhen Red Cross Society, and Council Member of the Shenzhen Universiade International Scholarship Foundation.
Mr. Billy Wong is presently Director of Henderson China Properties Ltd., Senior Vice President of Henderson (China) Investment Co. Ltd., and General Manager of the Construction Department of Henderson Land Development Co. Ltd.
Mr. Wong participated in many infrastructure projects in his career, including Water Supply from China – Stage III, Hillside Escalator to Mid-Level, Ting Kau Bridge, Runway and Airfield Works of Chek Lap Kok Airport, Strategic Scheme Sewage Disposal Phase I, etc.
Mr. Wong is a fellow member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, Institution of Highways and Transportation and Hong Kong Institute of Highways and Transportation. He is also a Registered Professional Engineer under the Engineers Registration Ordinance Chapter 409. He was appointed as a Justice of the Peace in 2005 and awarded Bronze Bauhinia Star by HKSAR in 2014. He served as President of Hong Kong Construction Association, Chairman of Construction Industry Training Authority and Chairman of Construction Industry Training Board. He is currently Permanent Supervisor of Hong Kong Construction Association, and Board Member of Hong Kong Airport Authority.
Professor Wu Yundong is currently the Chancellor of Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School and the Chair Professor of College of Chemistry at Peking University.
Professor Wu is a leading expert in computational organic chemistry originally based in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (“HKUST”). He received his BS in Chemistry from Lanzhou University in 1982, and his PhD in Theoretical Organic Chemistry in 1986 from the University of Pittsburgh, US. He then continued his research at UCLA and the University of Erlangen, Germany, before joining HKUST in 1992.
Professor Wu’s research interest focuses mainly on the reaction mechanism and stereochemistry, development of accurate protein force fields for protein simulations and drug design based on protein-protein interactions. His work has made significant contributions to the understanding of organic reaction catalysis, catalyst design, and drug design. Professor Wu has received numerous awards. He received National Science Awards of China in 1999 and 2013, respectively, a Croucher Award in 2000, and a Thomson-Reuters Research Fronts Award in 2008. He received 2014 Fukui Medal of APATCC, the 2015 Physical Organic Chemistry Achievement Award of Chinese Chemical Society, and the 2016 Humboldt Research Award of Humboldt Foundation. He was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Science in 2005.