Sim Chan (Artist)
Sim Chan graduated from the Hong Kong Art School majoring in painting. He was selected as one of the nominees for the Sovereign Asian Art Prize in 2011 and 2014. In 2013, he was named a ‘40 under 40 Global Creative Talent’ by Perspective Magazine and was invited by the Hong Kong Arts Centre to create public art installations for the venue. In 2014, he was selected in the ‘Art@Government Buildings 2013-14’ presented by the Home Affairs Bureau to install public artworks at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium.
Stanley Siu (Architect)
Stanley Siu grew up in New Zealand and graduated from UNITEC School of Architecture. He returned to Hong Kong after graduation and has been practising in architectural design. He is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA). In 2012, he found an architectural firm called ‘Daydreamers Design’, which participated in the 2013 Lantern Wonderland competition organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and received the Gold Award. The winning design, ‘Rising Moon’, was exhibited during the Mid-Autumn Festival at Victoria Park. In 2014, he was awarded the Young Architect Award 2013 organised by the HKIA.
The Society runs four residential service centres and three schools providing special educational and residential services to boys with learning, emotional or behavioural problems, namely: Shing Tak Centre, Chak Yan Centre, Un Chau Hostel, Cheung Hong Hostel, Shing Tak Centre School, Chak Yan Centre School and Hui Chung Sing Memorial School. Besides direct services, the Society also provides supporting services to mainstream schools and organizations, including the services and projects: Professional Development Project, Learning Development Service, Mainstream School Supporting Service and Primary School Counselling Service.