Tan Chee Wee
VP – Head Sustainability Reporting
Founder & Managing Director of Julius Group
Juliana Lam is the Founder of Julius Group, where its main subsidiary Julius Industries specializes in gloves manufacturing. She is a rare 'second generation' in Hong Kong. In just 3 short years, she has won various industry recognition through her innovative approach to technology, environmental protection and sustainable development in this conventional industry. She has been nominated as the next Chairman of the Association of Hong Kong Gloves Traders Limited.
Juliana is an outstanding entrepreneur who has been widely recognized, she has been awarded the “GBA Outstanding Women Entrepreneur Award 2018” and “Entrepreneur of Tomorrow 2010 by Capital Entrepreneur Magazine”. In 2017, she has received the “Bank of China Corporate Environmental Leadership Award” and the “GGEF Women Eco Game Changer Awards - Lifetime Achievement Award”. She was the only female winner as one of the winners of the “Young Industrialist Award of Hong Kong 2014”.
She holds several public positions in Hong Kong, including being the Council Member of The Better Hong Kong Foundation, Healthy Lifestyle Fund Chairman & Member of the Board of Governors of Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation, CEO of Athena Education Foundation and Executive Committee Member of Green Monday.
Prof. Larry K.Y. Poon
Professor MBA program of The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Prof. Poon has been teaching masters programs in CUHK Business School since 2002, including Global EMBA, EMBA, and MBA. He teaches multiple courses, including Strategic Management, Brand Building, Market Development, and Marketing, and has won multiple Distinguished Teaching Awards.
Prof. Poon is now an honorary research fellow of CUHK Asia-Pacific Institute of Business and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing, as well as the host of Nova Management, a long-running radio program on RTHK. For years, he has provided consultation on strategic advises corporate governance and executive coaching for multiple companies from all over the world.
Prof. Poon serves as individual non-executive director of two listed Hong Kong Companies and holds corporate governance roles including Compensation Committee, Nomination Committee, and Audit Committee. He is also the Honorary Advisor of Hong Kong Red Cross Humanitarian Education Center.
Executive Director of Tsinghua x-lab
Pearl Donghui Mao is currently the Executive Director of Tsinghua x-lab at School of Economics and Management (SEM), Tsinghua University since the founding of x-lab in 2013. The x-lab provides innovation and entrepreneurship-related services and resources for students, alumni, and teachers from all departments of Tsinghua, aiming to cultivate and improve the innovative and entrepreneurial quality and the ability of the students and promote integration and cooperation among cross-disciplinary teams by various ways.
Prior to this position, she served the School as Executive Director of MBA Programs and Director of Tsinghua—MIT International MBA Program from 2006 to 2012, and Director of Career Development Center from 2003 to 2006.
Before joining Tsinghua SEM, Pearl had 10-years professional experience in business development, operations management, and international investment with Continental Grain Company and Koch Industries Inc. both in China and the United States. Her latest position with corporate was Vice President of a China high-tech corporation focusing on IT education business and software products.
She received her International MBA degree from Thunderbird, School of Global Management in Phoenix, AZ, USA in 1997 and a BS in Biology in1987 from Wuhan University, China. She is married and has a son of 19.
Publisher of FTChinese.com
Tracy Zhang is the Publisher of FTChinese.com, the FT's Chinese-language website and an important part of the FT's Asia offering. Based in Beijing, Zhang is responsible for the overall strategy and operation of FTChinese.com.
In 2016, Zhang was featured in Campaign Asia Pacific’s Digital China A-List, which recognises powerful, innovative players in China’s digital industry.
Before joining FTChinese.com, Zhang was deputy general manager for BusinessWeek in China. Prior to that, she was the chief representative of Dow Jones & Company in China, and also worked for Reuters.
Zhang holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of International Business and Economics, with a major in English. She attended the International MBA programme at Peking University and received her MBA from Fordham University in 2004. She also holds a Financial Times Non-Executive Director Diploma.