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Dr. CHOW Oi Wah Esther (周愛華博士)

MSW(HKU), PhD(HKU), Hong Kong
BA (Hons.) (Concordia U) Canada
Post Graduate Diploma in Narrative Therapy (Dulwich Centre), Australia
Remotivation Therapy (HK Remotivation Therapy Association) Hong Kong
Registered Social Worker (Hong Kong)
Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work (Melbourne) Australia

Associate Professor

Program Leader, BSS(SW) Programme

Contact Information

Office: Y7319 AC1
Phone: 34429609
Fax: 34420283
Email: esther.chow.ss@cityu.edu.hk

Research Interests

  • Health and aging
  • Disability and rehabilitation
  • Outcome studies
  • Narrative practice
Based on the strong belief that an individual can be empowered to face life challenges with resilience, Dr Chow’s current research interests lie in the main areas of narrative practice as a therapeutic approach, life adversities and wisdom, self-help and mutual-aid, spirituality and recovery, resilience and culture.

In view of increasing urges toward accountable practices in academia, social and health professions, most of her teaching and research scholarship is applied and practice-oriented. In collaboration with students, colleagues, and professional practitioners, she investigates the effects of practice, service models and special public policies in the contexts of higher education, health and social care.

Discovering and appreciating positive outlook of life within personal and contextual drawbacks, she is committed to infusing strengths-based perspective in shaping knowledge through developing curriculums, conducting researches and delivering knowledge-transfer activities to achieve capacity-building.

She has developed new interdisciplinary courses with colleagues from social work, psychology, counseling and language disciplines for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Besides, she has established a network of community practice in health and social care industries to deliver effective interventions and capacity-building opportunities to different groups of individuals with special needs, including Social Work and Counselling students, older adults, family caregivers, persons with disabilities, chronically-ill persons such as stroke survivors and persons living with pain.

Other than publishing Practice Manuals and outcome studies with practitioners in health and social arenas, her academic articles appear in both Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SAGE and Routledge journals. Being awarded as a GSA Fellow in 2015, CADENZA fellow by Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust in 2008, she has also received Excellence in Knowledge Transfer Award by City University of Hong Kong in 2013.


Award and Achievement

  • Jul 2016 “Salome Raheim Award 2016: Narrative Pratitioners in addressing privilege and dominance” Dulwich Centre, Adelaide, Australia. [URL]
  • Nov 2015 “GAS Fellow” Gerontological Society of America (GSA). In recognition of Dr. Chow's outstanding achievement, international and exemplary contributions to the field of gerontological studies. GSA, is the largest interdisciplinary organisation devoted to research, education, and practice in aging. [Social Research, Policy & Practice]
  • 2013 “Excellence in Knowledge Transfer Award ” College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong. [Strength-based “Train the Trainer” Practice: Narrative therapy in Action]
  • 2008 “CADENZA Fellow” The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. CADENZA: A Jockey Club Initiative for Seniors is a project launched in 2006 by HKJCCT with a donation of HK$380 million, is aimed at nurturing academic leadership in gerontology and changing the mindset and attitude of the general public through a range of training and public education programmes through cross-sectional collaboration between organisations and the implementation of innovative elderly services and programmes to bring about a new mode of elderly care services to prepare for a rapidly ageing society. [Leadership Training & Research]
  • 1994 “Best Teaching Team Award, College Quality Award (Category A)” City University of Hong Kong.


Previous Experience

  • Sep 2007 - Jun 2013, Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Jan 1995 - Aug 2007, Senior Lecturer, Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Sep 1992 - Dec 1994, Lecturer, Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.
  • 1989 - 1992, Executive Director, Chinese Information and Community Services, Toronto, Canada.
  • 1982 - 1989, Executive Secretary, Au Shue Hung Health Centre, Hong Kong Baptist Hospital, Hong Kong.


Research Grant

  • The effects of a strengths-based intervention based on salutogenic model on sense of coherence, coping, psychological status & health-related QoL of family caregivers of persons with dementia, General Research Fund, Research Grants Council, Amount: HKD $668,368, 1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2019, Prof YU, Doris (PI), Prof Cheng, Sheung-Tak (Co-I), Prof Choi, Kai-chow (Co-I), Dr. CHOW, Esther (Co-I), Prof KWOK, Timothy (Co-I), Prof McCormack, Brendan (Co-I).
  • Rediscovering wisdom in older adulthood: A randomized wait list control trial of a specific narrative therapy in group practice, General Research Fund, Research Grants Council, Amount: HKD $497,096, Jan 2016 - Dec 2017, Dr. Esther Chow (PI), Dr. Jacky Cheung (Co-I).
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of the program on Narrative Therapy for building up coping strategies for dealing with pains of Elderly Clients, Contract Research, The Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council , Amount: HKD $194,984, Sep 2015 - Jun 2017, Dr. Esther Chow (PI), Dr. Nancy YU (Co-I).
  • Responding to hardships with strengths: Train the trainer narrative therapy in action, Knowledge Transfer Fund , City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $199,992, Jul 2015 - Jun 2016, Dr. Esther Chow (PI).
  • A collaborative forum for the enhancement of Social Work practicum education in Hong Kong, Teaching and Learning Fund , Research Grants Council , Amount: HKD $1,000,000, Sep 2014 - Dec 2015, Dr. Sylvia Kwok (PI), Dr. Ernest Chui (Co-PI), Dr. Lam Ching Man (Co-PI), Dr. Esther Chow (Co-I), Dr. T. Y. Lee (Co-I), Dr. W. M. Kwong (Co-I), Dr. R. Kwok (Co-I).
  • Enhancing practicum teaching and learning in social work and counselling education: A pilot project to elicit, archive, and disseminate practice-based learning among students and fieldwork supervisors, Teaching Development Grant, City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $180,000, 2014 - 2016, Esther Chow (PI), Kwong Wai Man (Co-PI).
  • Narrative therapy in Action: Strength-based ‘Train the Trainer’ in Practice, Knowledge Transfer Initiative , City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $200,000, 2013 - 2014, Esther Chow (PI).
  • Rainbow Project: Support of Community Care in Choi Hung Estate, Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service, Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $120,000, 2012 - 2014, Jacky Cheung (PI), Esther Chow (Co-PI).
  • The Development of an Indigenous Training Package in Life Education: Working with Older Adults, Teaching Development Grant, City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $180,000, 2011 - 2012, Esther Chow (PI).
  • A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Specific Narrative Group in Enhancing the Personal Well-being of Stroke Survivors in Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Amount: HKD $2,100,000, 2009 - 2013, Esther Chow (PI).
  • Awareness Survey on Pneumococcal Vaccine, Sanofi Aventis, Hong Kong, 2009 - 2010, Esther Chow(PI).
  • Study on Low-income People's Access to Medicine, GlaxoSmithKline, Hong Kong, 2009 - 2010, Esther Chow (PI).
  • Wisdom Manifestation of Older Adults, College of Liberal Arts and Social Science, City University of Hong Kong, Amount: HKD $60,000, 2009 - 2010, Esther Chow(PI).


Publication Show All Publications Show Prominent Publications


Journal

  • CHOW, E. O. W. (in press). A Study of the Role of Meaning in Life: Mediating the Effects of Perceived Knowledge of Stroke on Depression and Life Satisfaction Among Survivors. Clinical Rehabilitation.
  • CHOW, E. O. W. & YAU, K. K. W. (in press). An Assessment of Social Networking Intervention with Older Chinese Adults in Hong Kong. Research on Social Work Practice. doi:10.1177/1049731516656462
  • CHOW, E. O. W. , Cheung, Chau-Kiu. & Chan, Gloria. Hongyee. (in press). Caliberating fieldwork practicum assessment in social work education with a competency-based evaluation tool in Hong Kong. International Social Work. doi:10.1177/0020872815620262
  • CHOW, E. O.W. & HO, H. C.Y. (2015). Caregiver Strain, Age, and Psychological Well-being of Older Spousal Caregivers in Hong Kong. Journal of Social Work. 15(5). 479 - 497. doi:10.1177/0269215514544039
  • CHOW, E.O.W. (2015). Narrative therapy an evaluated intervention to improve stroke survivors’ social and emotional adaptation. Clinical Rehabilitation. 9. 315 - 326. doi:10.1177/0269215514544039
  • CHOW, E. O.W. (2013). Responding to lives after Stroke: The train of life with stroke survivors and caregivers. The International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work. 4. 1 - 7.
  • CHOW, E.O.W. & HO, C.Y.H. (2013). The relationship between psychological resources, Social resources, and depression: Results from older spousal caregivers in Hong Kong. Aging and Mental Health. 16(8). 1016 - 1027. doi:10.1080/13607863.2012.692769
  • Cheung, C.K. & CHOW, E.O.W. (2012). Reciprocal Influences between Burnout and Effectiveness in Professional Care for Elders. Social Work in Health Care. 50. 694 - 718. doi:10.1080/00981389.2011.580421
  • Cheung, C.K. & CHOW, E.O.W. (2011). Interpersonal influences between the care provider’s burnout and the older care recipient’s quality of life. Administration in Social Work. 35(4). 425 - 445. doi:10.1080/03643107.2011.599303
  • CHOW, E. O.W. & Nelson-Becker, H. (2010). Spiritual distress to spiritual transformation: Stroke survivor narratives from Hong Kong. Journal of Aging Studies. 24(4). 313 - 324. doi:10.1016/j.jaging.2010.06.001
  • Chow, O.W.E. & Cheung, C.K.J. (2009). Raising Self-Esteem through Social Networking Intervention for Older Chinese Adults in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work & Development. 19(1). 66 - 81. doi:10.1080/21650993.2009.9756054
  • Lee, T.Y. , Chow, E. O.W. & Merrick, J. (2009). Special issue on conflict and harmony. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health. 2(4). New York: Nova Science .
  • Cheung, C.K. & Chow, E.O.W. (2006). Spilling over strain between elders and their caregivers in Hong Kong. International Journal of Ageing and Human Development. 61(1). 73 - 93. doi:10.2190/DRKJ-NQ3W-KNH2-GPW9
  • CHOW, E. O.W. , Yeung, L.K.C. & Yau, K. (2004). Effects of social networking intervention on the community-dwelling older Chinese adults in Hong Kong. The Gerontologist. 44, Special issue (I). 251 .
  • Chan, C. L.W. , Ho, P. & Chow, E. O.W. (2001). A body-mind-spirit model in health: An eastern approach. Social Work in Health Care. 34(3-4). 261 - 282. doi:10.1300/J010v34n03_02
  • Yeung, A. & Chow, E. O.W. (2000). Correlates of subjective well-being in the Chinese elderly in Hong Kong’. Journal of Social Work Research and Evaluation. 1(2). 165 - 184.
  • Chow, E. O.W. (1997). Empowering persons with stroke through self-help. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work. 7(2). 63 - 76. doi:10.1080/21650993.1997.9755765
  • Chow, E. O.W. (1997). Quality of life and the associated factors of Chinese stroke survivors in Hong Kong. Health Care in Later Life. 2(4). 227 - 238.
  • Chow, E. O.W. (1995). The impact of community rehabilitation networks on the Quality of Life of Persons with Stroke. Hong Kong Journal of Social Work. 29(2). 25 - 26.

Book

  • CHOW, E. O.W. (2015). Narrating faith. love. hope: A practical manual on narrative therapy (敍出信。愛。望: 敍事治療實務手冊) (Practice Manual)(in Chinese). Hong Kong:  City University of Hong Kong. 978-962-442-383-9. 128 p.
  • Chow, E. O.W. (2013). CADENZA Project: Practical Handbook on Everything begins after Stroke: Rekindling the glory of life (重燃生命的光彩: 敍事治療實務手冊). (Practice Manual & DVD) (in Chinese). Hong Kong:  The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. 978-988-15262-1-2, 119p.
  • Kwan, A. Y.H. , Chow, E. O.W. , Leung, K.P. & Cheung, W.S. (2010). HIDDEN ELDERLY: Practical Counseling series. Hong Kong:  Chinese Christian Literature Council. 978-962-294-871-6, October 2010, 145 p (in Chinese).
  • Lee, T.Y. , Lo, J.Y.S. & Chow, O.W.E. (2008). (Eds) Writing Reflection Logs in Social Work Practicum. Hong Kong:  City University of Hong Kong.
  • Chow, E.O.W. (2007). Enriching the interpersonal relationships with older adults: Activity Manual (輕輕鬆鬆與長者共處 : 活動手冊) (in Chinese). Hong Kong:  City University of Hong Kong. 978-962-442-289-4, 134 p.
  • Yeung, A. , Cheung, J. C.K. & Chow, E. O.W. (2003). A study of the elements of community care for promotion of the total quality of life of care providers and physically frail seniors in Hong Kong, Final Report (香港社區照顧對年長者及其利益攸關人士生活質素影響硏究). Hong Kong:  Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong. 962–442–181–1. 131 p.
  • Yeung, A. , Chow, E. O.W. & LI, P.W. (2002). A study on the community care patterns and the networking strategies of the elderly persons in Hong Kong : Interim report (香港老人社區照顧及支援網絡策略硏究 : 報告書). Hong Kong:  Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong. 9624421811, 115 p.
  • IP, K.C. , Chow, E. O.W. & Chou, NG. W.C. (2002). English Language Enhancement Kit for Social Work Students (2nd edition), a textbook. Hong Kong:  Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong. 9624421471, 207 p.
  • Chow, E. O.W. & Tam, P.H. (1996). A critical evaluation of the Senior Citizen Card Scheme in Hong Kong: A social welfare and business perspective. Hong Kong:  Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong. 9624420947, 46 p.
  • Fung, K.K. & Chow, E. O.W. (1996). The effectiveness of the estate management Advisory Committee Scheme (屋邨管理諮詢委員會實況調查). Hong Kong:  Sham Shui Po District Board. HD7288.78.H6 F86 1996.
  • Yeung, A. , Chow, E. O.W. & LI, P.W. (1995). Preliminary study report of the community care patterns and the networking strategies of elderly persons in Hong Kong (香港老人社區照顧及支援網絡策略硏究). Hong Kong:  Division of Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong. 9624421161, 115 p.

Book Chapter

  • Lee, T.Y. , Chow, O.W. & Lee, J. (2012). Subjective process and outcome evaluation: Evaluation of a Social Work methods course: Findings based on the perspective of the students. In ENG, B.C. (Ed.), A Chinese Perspective on Teaching and Learning. (pp. 92 - 120). New York. Routledge.
  • Chow, O.W. (2011). Hidden Elderly: Case Study. Professor Alex Kwan Y.H. (ed.), A Practical Guide in Counselling Series1: Hidden Elderly. (pp. 15 - 76). Hong Kong. Chinese Christian Literature Council (in Chinese).
  • Chow, E. O.W. (2000). Rights and responsibilities of elderly volunteers (長者義工的權利與義務). A Reader on Elderly Volunteer Services (in Chinese). (pp. 22 - 35). Hong Kong. Hong Kong Christian Services. 962–7267–75–9.
  • Chow, E. O.W. (1997). Fundraising for grassroots organizations (籌募經費). Skills in Community Work (in Chinese). (pp. 411 - 431). Hong Kong. Chinese University Press. 962-201-768-1.
  • Chow, E. O.W. (1997). Self-help organization: Its formation and maintenance (自助組織的成立與維繫). Skills in Community Work (in Chinese). (pp. 269 - 290). Hong Kong. Chinese University Press. 962–201–768–1.

Film, Video

  • CHOW, E. O.W. (2015). Narrative Theatre (敍事劇場). A teaching tape on narra-drama whereby a group of stroke survivors and their carers share their re-constructed meaning of life after participating in narrative therapy. This also provides an opportunity for outsider witness practices for the participants who joined the narra-drama, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • CHOW, E. O.W. (2015). Narrative Therapy in Practice. A Teaching tape in demonstrating four core narrative skills: externalizing conversation, re-authoring conversations, re-membering conversations, and outsider witnesses practice, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.


External Services


Professional Activity

  • Feb 2017 - Now, Associate Fellow, Approved Counselling Supervisor,, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association.Hong Kong..Hong Kong.
  • Jan 2014 - Jun 2014, members of Organizing committee, 2014 Conference on Social Work and Social Substainability in Asia.City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • 2013 - Now, Founding Member,, Hong Kong Society of Behavioral Health,.Hong Kong.
  • 2008 - 2014, Honorary Public Secretary, Hong Kong Remotivation Therapy Association .Hong Kong.
  • 2003 - Now, Research Fellow, Sau Po Centre on Aging, HKU .Hong Kong.
  • 1986 - Now, Board of Trustees, Au Shue Hung Foundation .Hong Kong.

Consultancy Service

  • 2015 - 2016, Research and Knowledge Transfer in working with persons living with pain, The Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council .Hong Kong.
  • Jun 2013 - Now, Advisor, HK Society for Rehab, Community Rehab Network (Stroke Team).Hong Kong.
  • 2012 - 2015, Consultancy on Research and Practice, Yang Memorial Social Services Choi Hung DECC,.Hong Kong.

Training Service

  • Feb 2012 - Mar 2012, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Baptist Oi Kwan Social Service Sha Tin Day Care Centre for the Elderly (NT East Cluster).
  • Jan 2012 - Feb 2012, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, Community Rehabilitation Network (Prince of Wales) (NTE Cluster)..Shatin, NT.
  • Dec 2011 - Jan 2012, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Salvation Army Tai Po Multi-Service Centre for Senior Citizens (NT East Cluster).
  • Nov 2011 - Dec 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Aberdeen Kai-fong Welfare Association Social Service Centre Southern District Elderly Community Centre (AKWASSC).Hong Kong West Cluster.
  • Oct 2011 - Nov 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Western District Elderly Community Centre (HK Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Sep 2011 - Oct 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, Community Rehabilitation Network (Prince of Wales) (NTE Cluster)..NT.
  • Sep 2011 - Oct 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service Hong Kong, Ma On Shan District Elderly Community Centre (NTE Cluster).Shatin, NT.
  • Jul 2011 - Aug 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, The Neighbourhood Advice-action Council, Tuen Mun District Integrated Services Centre for the Elderly (NT West Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Jun 2011 - Aug 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, Community Rehabilitation Network (Kornhill Centre) (HK Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Jun 2011 - Jul 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Mongkok Kai-Fong Association Limited Chan Hing Social Service Centre (Kowloon Central Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • May 2011 - Jun 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Salvation Army Yau Ma Tei Multi-service Centre for Senior Citizens (Kowloon Central Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Feb 2011 - Mar 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Choi Hung Community Centre for Senior Citizens (Kowloon Central Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Dec 2010 - Jan 2011, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Christian Family Service Center True Light Villa District Elderly Community Centre (Kowloon East Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Sep 2010 - Oct 2010, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Hong Kong Christian Service Wan Hon District Elderly Community Centre (Kowloon East Cluster).Hong Kong.
  • Apr 2010 - May 2010, A ‘Train the Trainer’ Program on Narrative Therapy (NT) & Psycho-educational (PE) to the social workers, Po Leung Kuk Lau Chan Siu Po District Elderly Community Centre (Kowloon East Cluster).Hong Kong.

Community Service

  • 2015 - Now, Member of Advisory Committee of Charity, The Hong Kong Christian Churches Union .Hong Kong.
  • 2001 - Now, Honorary Advisor to the Board of Directors, Hong Kong Stroke Association .Hong Kong.


Service in CityU


Administrative Assignment

  • Jul 2013 - Jun 2014, Practicum Education and Liaison (for social work and counselling programs) , Director.
  • 2011 - 2014, BSSSW Programme, Fieldwork Coordinator.
  • 2010 - 2014, BSSSW Programme, Associate Program Leader.

Research / Thesis Supervision

  • 2013 - Now, Research Area: Chinese Spousal Caregiving , Masters of Philosophy, Yuk Yi WONG.
  • 2011 - 2012, Work-family Conflict of Working Mothers in HK, MSSC project supervision.
  • 2010 - 2011, Transition to Single Parenthood among Lone Mothers in HK, MSSC project supervision.
  • 2010 - 2011, Self-perceived Adjustment process of Early Retired Men in HK, MSSC project supervision.

Teaching Service

  • Jan 2015 - Now, SS4002, Integrated Social Work Seminar.
  • 2015 - Now, Bachelor of Social Work: BSSSW & BASW, SS4215 Health and Aging.
  • Sep 2013 - Now, Master of Social Work, SS5212 , Human Behaviour and Diversity.
  • Jun 2013 - Now, Master of Social Work & Social Science (Counseling) S5805, Narrative-based Therapeutic Conversations: Theory and Practice.
  • Jan 2013 - Now, Bachelor of Social Work, SS3280, Human Behaviour and Social Environment.
  • 2011 - 2015, Bachelor of Social Work, SS4215, Working with Older Adults.
  • 2007 - 2014, Bachelor of Social Work, SS3293 & SS4293, Practicum I & II.
  • 2007 - Now, Bachelor of Social Work, SS3277/ SS2277 (as from 2012), Team Building and Group Work Skills Laboratory.


Previous Research Interests

  • Evidence-based practice for professional accountability and development is essential. Past research primarily involved partnerships with NGOs in outcome studies: Senior Citizen Card (1996), Community Rehabilitation Network (1996), Estate Management Advisory Committee (1997), Networking Strategies Initiatives (1997–2000; 2004-6), Community Care Services (2003), Self-help organization (2007), Elderly vaccination behavior (2009), and Drug Formulary (2010).


Commendation

  • GSA Fellow, Gerontological Society of America, since 2015
  • Research Fellow, Sau Po Centre of Aging, University of Hong Kong, since 2009.
  • CADENZA Fellow, Jockey Club Charities Trust, since 2008
  • Board of Trustees, AU Shue Hung Foundation, since 1988


Last update date : 16 Feb 2017