CMA Australia Hong Kong Branch has been very active in the last few months. Here is a sampling of their many activities.
CMA Australia and PolyU jointly organized a CMA Seminar at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University on 1 February 2018. Professor Allen Wong introduced CMA’s background and the program to the students. There were around 50 students attending the CMA seminar. Students who attended this seminar were entitled to a complimentary CMA introductory class as CSR. Special thanks to Mr. Darron Sun, our Vice Chairman of Committee of Strategic Development for the seminar arrangement.
Another activity was the VTC Health Tech Forum 2018 that was held on 16 March 2018 at the IVE Kwai Chung. The theme was Transforming Elderly Services with Technologies. CMA Australia was one of the exhibitors at the Health Tech Forum 2018. CMA Australia has sponsored and distributed 150 gift bags to the elderlies who attended the event. Exhibitors displayed HealthTech innovative products for elderlies. Dr. Lee George Lam, Honorary Chairman – ASEAN of CMA Australia and Chairman of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited was one of the panel members at the panel discussion. Special thanks to CMA member Mr. SY Leung’s support by sponsoring 150 Ping On Ointments for the event.
CMA was also invited to participate in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Career Fair 2018 as one of the exhibitors. It was its fourth time attending the Career Fair. CMA set up a booth at the venue on 21 March, 2018. Over these years, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Career Fair has been widely welcomed as a platform by many potential employers because it does provide some valuable opportunities to promote their employment or internships offered to graduates or students respectively during this event. This is the largest career fair attracting most of the graduates among the local universities.
Another activity was the Youth Dialogue forum organised by the Government of Hong Kong (Cyberport), The United Nations Office for South-South Corporation (UNOSSC), and UNESCO HK Association and sponsored by the Government of Hong Kong (Cyberport), Gratia Christian College (GCC), HK – Centre for Business/ Social Sustainability and Innovations, Gratia College and The Institute of Certified Management Accountants (CMA Australia). Professor Allen Wong was invited to be one of the judges.