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Wyith Institute enters into MoU with University of the Assumption
San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines (October 29, 2018) – Marking another milestone for the Wyith Institute, the President and CEO Dr Raymond Cheng, inked today a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of the Assumption (UA) in San Fernando City, Pampanga, Philippines. The two key officials of both parties, with Rev Fr Dr Joselito C Henson representing the UA, mutually agreed to cooperate in research, faculty immersion, and to open vast possibilities of academic undertakings which can surely help expand both the UA and the Institute in the field of research and academic instruction. The two also discussed possible education collaboration in the very near future with visits and publications. Witnessing the signing of the MOU are Dr Dexter M Balajadia, Director for Linkages and International Collaboration, Dr Joey Suba, Dean of the College of Computing Sciences and Communications Technology, and Ms Belina S Katigbak, Vice President for Finance.

Wyith and UA Officials touring the University

Founded in 1963 as the Assumption College, the University of the Assumption (UA) is a private archdiocesan Catholic university in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines and in Asia. The college was granted University status by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and was named University of the Assumption on March 29, 1980. UA celebrated her 50th founding anniversary on January 13, 2013. For details about UA, please visit www.ua.edu.ph


Officials after signing the Wyith-UA MoU

Birdview of the entrance (Gate 5) of University of the Assumption

Dr Raymond Cheng and Dr Joey Suba touring the computing facilities at UA

Dr Raymond Cheng meets with College IT Deans,
					Dr Joey Suba (of the University of the Assumption),
					Mr Jonilo Mababa (of AMA Computer College) and Mr Jorge Granados (of Mabalacat City College)
Angeles City, Philippines (October 28, 2018) – Another fruitful meeting was held in Angeles City, Pampanga, this time with the Philippine Society of IT Educators of Region III (PSITE3). Our very own Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute is invited by the Society thru their President, Dr Joey Suba. The aim of the meeting is to formalize the invitation of PSITE3 to Dr Cheng to be the Keynote Speaker in their annual forum and conference to be held on March 1, 2019. Joining Dr Suba in the meeting are Mr Jonilo Mababa, the conference chair and Dean of the AMA Computer College in Angeles City, and Mr George Granados, Secretary of PSITE3 and also Dean of Mabalacat City College. For details, please visit the PSITE3 website at www.psitereg3.org

Dr Raymond Cheng at Wesleyan University-Philippines Visiting Lecture Series 2018

Photo with University officials

Dr Cheng with graduate students from WU-P

Dr Cheng with graduate students from WU-P
Cabanatuan, Philippines (October 27, 2018) – A dual lecture-forum on leadership trends and blockchain was held on October 27, 2018 at the Wesleyan University-Philippines JJDG Auditorium and was attended by more than 500 graduate students, faculty and staff. Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute as well as the Keynote Speaker for the event, once again brought the house down by sharing his knowledge and expertise on leadership theories from different angles and how are these are being applied to and have evolved in the modern world with new technologies.

Following his talk on leadership in the morning session were the emerging issues on blockchain and the global market in the afternoon session. Dr Cheng shared his insights and real-life experiences on cryptocurrency to armour the audience with the needed and vital information on this emerging technology. He also shared the recent scam cases that involved Bitcoin and hence, enlightened the participants with the ins and outs of cryptocurrency and shed light on the misconceptions on the virtual currency concept. The combo lecture-forum ended with a bang when Dr Cheng wrapped up the day by introducing the Bankcoin Reserve and gave out Bankcoins (BCRs) to participants free-of-charge (see our BCR seminars for details).

Photo above: Dr Cheng conducting his seminar in the morning (top-first) and the afternoon (top-second) sessions. Photos on the left (top): Dr Raymond Cheng with University officials; and (left-middle and left-bottom) Dr Cheng with graduate students from Wesleyan attending the seminar.


Cabanatuan, Philippines (October 26, 2018) – As per the invitation of the VP for Administration of the MV Gallego Foundation Colleges (MVGFC), Ms. Madel Guarin, Dr Raymond Cheng visited the MVGFC and met with the President. Dr Joseph V Gallego, as well as the college officials. The friendly visit cum joyful meeting quickly turned into a lovely brainstorming session on human resources development, college performance, as well as other useful information on forging academic endeavours in the future. Dr Cheng is tapped to deliver strategies that will surely pave the way for the College to further progress in various fields of education. The parties agreed to seek for further collaboration along various fields and the meeting was tremendously fruitful.

Manuel V. Gallego Foundation Colleges, Inc. (MVGFCI) was founded by Dr. Manuel Viola Gallego in 1963 as the Central Luzon School of Nursing. The College got it present name in 1974 and is a non-sectarian, non-profit educational foundation. MVGFC aims to offer well-designed and highly relevant programs and modules that are strongly complemented by extension projects and researches; to provide a conducive learning environment that fosters quality and holistic development of the students; to produce graduates who will contribute significantly in the improvement of the quality of life in their respective communities; and hire qualified, competent, and dedicated educators and support personnel who continuously show innovation and responsiveness in their work. For details, please visit www.mvgallego.edu.ph




Dr Raymond Cheng meets with the MVGFC President, Dr Joseph V Gallego





Dr Raymond Cheng meets
					with PMAP Nueva Ecija Chapter President Cabanatuan, Philippines (October 26 2018) – On the photo (to the right) are Dr Raymond Cheng, President and CEO of Wyith Institute, with Mrs Roxanne Sabangan, President of the People Management Association of the Philippines - Nueva Ecija Chapter (PMAP-NE), and Mrs Madel Guarin, Secretary of PMAP-NE. In light of the upcoming PMAP event in Nueva Ecija, the Association invites Dr Cheng to be the Guest of Honor and Keynote Speaker on their forthcoming PMAP-NE Assembly to be held in December 2018. The parties also discussed future collaboration as to providing training and workshops for PMAP members in the region.

Founded in 1956, the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP) is a not-for-profit professional organization of over 1,800 member companies and individual management executives engaged or interested in human resource management (HRM) and industrial relations (IR) work. Please see www.pmap.org.ph

Dr Raymond Cheng at 2nd IMCR 2018, 2nd International Congress in Multidisciplinary Researches 2018
Baguio, Philippines (September 29, 2018) – CEO of Wyith Institute, Dr Raymond Cheng, was invited as the Keynote Speaker for the 2nd International Congress in Multidisciplinary Researches 2018 (2nd ICMR 2018) held at the Crown Legacy Hotel, Baguio City, from September 29 to 30. The event was attended by over 100 participants from the higher education sector, including professors and faculty members from various state universities and colleges. Dr Cheng's keynote speech reviewed some of the most recent economic bubbles in the history of the United States of America as well as how value was subsequently created as innovation ride on the waves of these economic bubble bursts. He also wrapped up the day with an indepth look into the latest blockchain technologies and how it can be applied in the area of digital credentialing, hence help the higher education institutions transform and cope with the latest technologies in town. The talk was then followed by a Blockchain seminar specifically on Bankcoin Reserve (BCR), also conducted by Dr Raymond Cheng.

Photo on the right (top): Dr Raymond Cheng with the largest delegation from Occidental Mindoro State College (OMSC). Photo on the right (bottom): Dr Cheng with participants from Cebu Normal University (CNU).


Photo with the largest delegation from Occidental Mindoro State College

Photo with friends from Cebu Normal University

Wyith Institute enters into MoU with the University of Northern Philippines

Dr Raymond Cheng with UNP officials

University of Northern Philippines Logo

Vigan, Philippines (September 11, 2018) – Wyith Institute and the University of Northern Philippines (UNP), with the mutual aim of enhancing academic relationship and to develop academic and cultural interchange to the areas of education, research and other activities, have agreed to cooperate and work together towards the internationalization of higher education. Representing Wyith Institute is Dr Raymond Cheng, President and CEO, whereas for the University of Northern Philippines is President Dr Gilbert R Arce, along with Dr Erwin F Cadorna, Vice President for Research and Extension, and Dr Antonio Agustin, Director for External and International Relations. Together, the two parties inked the Memorandum of Understanding to realize a common good, which shall take effect for a period of five years.

The first and oldest state university in Northern Luzon, the University of Northern Philippines (UNP) has its roots tracing back to 1906 and is one of three state-owned educational institutions of higher learning operating in Ilocos Sur (with the Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College and the Northern Luzon Polytechnic State College, a former branch of the university). For details about the University, please visit www.unp.edu.ph

Dr Raymond Cheng at 2nd RBC 2018, 2nd Regional Business Conference 2018
Cabanatuan, Philippines (September 6, 2018) – The CEO of Wyith Institute, Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Keynote Speaker for the Second Regional Business Conference (RBC) held at the JJDG Auditorium, Wesleyan University-Philippines (WU-P). The event was attended by about 400 participants, including professors and business majors from the College of Business and Accountancy. This time, the title of Dr Cheng's talk was on how to create and maintain money value as well as an introduction of the latest blockchain technologies.

Established in 1946, WU-P was first founded by the Methodist Church as the Philippine Wesleyan College and was elevated to become the Wesleyan University Philippines in 1978, the same year in which the University started offering its first doctoral programme in education. WU-P was granted Deregulated Status by the Commission on Higher Education in 2003 and eventually received its Autonomous Status, also from the Commission on Higher Education, since 2009. With a student population of nearly 8,000, the private, not-for-profit university is now the premier private university in the Nueva Ecija region with its own hospital, the WU-P Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center and Hospital, as well as radio station, DWUP-FM. For further details about the University, please visit their official website at www.wesleyan.edu.ph


Photo with faculty members and participants

Snapshot of Dr Raymond Cheng speaking at the 2nd Regional Business Conference

Dr Raymond Cheng as Keynote for the HERO Summit 2018

Dr Raymond Cheng with the organizer, Dr Bryce Farbo, and other plenaries and guests
Singapore (August 26, 2018) – Invited as the Keynote Speaker for the HERO Summit 2018 – i.e. Higher Employability Results and Opportunities (HERO) – held at Changi Cove, Singapore, Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute, shared his vision in various areas, such as university branding strategy, as well as issues related to perspectives on university ranking and the latest blockchain technologies in terms of university financing and credentialing. The HERO Summit, graced and participated in by delegates from over 90 different tertiary institutions from around Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia, India, and the Philippines, with presidents, vice presidents, deans, and major figureheads of the participating institutions witnessing Dr Cheng's speech, which, just like in his numerous speaking engagements, was very well received and applauded.

Organized by Ascendens Asia and led by the renowned corporate training expert, Dr Bryce Farbo, the HERO Summit is the first International Employability and University Branding Summit to ever gather education leaders to achieve Higher Employability Results and Opportunities (HERO) and start a movement that champions excellence in branding and development of higher employability skills quotient among universities and various tertiary institutions. For further details about the event, please visit their official website at www.ascendensasia.com/hero2018

Ho Chi Minh University of Education and Wyith Institute enter into MoU

Ho Chi Minh City (July 31, 2018) – Hồ Chí Minh University of Education (HCMUE), the second largest education university in Vietnam, today entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Wyith Institute. Representing HCMUE is Associate Professor Dr. Huỳnh Văn Sơn, Vice-Rector of HCMUE and representing Wyith Institute is its CEO, Dr Raymond Cheng. The HCMUE-Wyith MoU aims to enhance relations between the two parties and to develop academic and cultural interchange in the areas of education, research and other activities. The parties agreed to cooperate and work together in areas related to the internationalization of higher education.

Founded as the Saigon National Pedagogical University in 1957 and re-established by prime ministerial decree in 1976 and became the Hồ Chí Minh University of Education (HCMUE) in 1999, the university, also known as the Hồ Chí Minh City Pedagogical University (in Vietnamese: Trưòng Đ ại học Sư phạm TP. Hồ Chí Minh), specializes in tertiary-level training of teachers and lecturers. Located in District 5 of the Hồ Chí Minh City, HCMUE is one of 14 leading national universities of Vietnam and one of the two largest pedagogical universities, playing a leading role in teacher and lecturer training. For further details, please visit the official HCMUE website at www.hcmue.edu.vn

Dr Raymond Cheng welcomes WU-P Delegation Visit 2018

WU-P delegation visited the Office of Dr Raymond Cheng
Hong Kong (July 24, 2018) – As part of the requirements of the Wesleyan-Wyith Collaboration for Wyith Institute to carry and offer Wesleyan University-Philippines's graduate programmes (including its MBA, PhD in Business Administration and EdD in Educational Management) to learners across the different ASEAN countries, a delegation was sent by the University to visit the Institute from July 20 to 23. The team was led by Dr Leonita Garcia, VP for Academic Affairs, and was accompanied by Dr Michael Fronda, Dean of the Graduate School, and Dr Maria Victoria Cruz, Dean of the College of Business and Accountancy and concurrent Director of Quality Assurance. An ocular visit was conducted to the Institute's facilities and the group toured the seminar hall and the lecture theatre to be utilized for the programmes, as well as the meeting room for conducting dissertation defenses (see photo above). The delegation was also invited to Dr Raymond Cheng's administration office and paid a special tour to Dr Cheng's paint, ceramic and sculpture art as well as wood carving collection at his office.

Indeed, the visit served its purpose as to further reaffirm the readiness of Wyith Institute in delivering WU-P programmess which is targeted to kick off in September 2018 across ASEAN nations.

Established in 1946, WU-P was first founded by the Methodist Church as the Philippine Wesleyan College and was elevated to become the Wesleyan University Philippines in 1978, the same year in which the University started offering its first doctoral programme in education. WU-P was granted Deregulated Status by the Commission on Higher Education in 2003 and eventually received its Autonomous Status, also from the Commission on Higher Education, since 2009. With a student population of nearly 8,000, the private, not-for-profit university is now the premier private university in the Nueva Ecija region with its own hospital, the WU-P Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center and Hospital, as well as radio station, DWUP-FM. For further details about the University, please visit their official website at www.wesleyan.edu.ph

Dr Raymond Cheng visits CPTTM, Macao Macau (April 3, 2018) – Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute, was honored to be invited to tour the Centro de Produtividade e de Transferência de Tecnologia (CPTTM), i.e. Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre. He was warmly welcomed by CPTTM's Senior Manager for Creative Fashion and Image, Ms Laney Ng, and her team, Ms Miko Chao, Unit Manager for Industry Support, and Ms Liona Lei. Together, the parties reiterated their common goal to help and support enterprises by bringing in new conceptual thinking for them, as well as intuitive information and resources to enhance value of their products or services – hence promoting higher productivity and stronger competitiveness of firms.

The CPTTM, Centro de Produtividade e de Transferência de Tecnologia, or in English, Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre is a non-profit organization jointly established by the Macau Government and the private sector. For further details, please visit www.cpttm.org.mo

Dr Raymond Cheng at RBC2018, Regional Business Conference 2018
Cabanatuan, Philippines (March 12, 2018) – The CEO of Wyith Institute, Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Resource Speaker for the First Regional Business Conference (RBC2018) held at the largest shopping mall in Nueva Ecija, SM City Cabanatuan. Organized by the Wesleyan University-Philippines (WU-P), the event attracted over 400 participants, including professors and business majors in management and marketing, from six local universities in the region, namely, College of the Immaculate Conception (CIC), Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology (NEUST), General De Jesus College (GJC), Araullo University-Phinma (AU), Central Luzon State University (CLSU), and, of course, Wesleyan University-Philippines (WU-P). And because the theme of the conference revolves around developing regional businesses, the title of Dr Cheng's talk was on cultural marketing, a much welcomed topic for the audience. Dr Cheng touched on cultural marketing issues related to consumer markets from the West to all across Asia.

Regional Business Conference, #RBC2018

The event was organized and supervised by Prof Antonio Jose Celis of WU-P, Dr Maria Victoria Cruz, Dean of the College of Business and Accountancy (CBA) of Wesleyan University-Philippines, Prof Kathleen Rose Yalung, CBA Governor Kimberly Valino, CBA-Local Council Adviser Prof Mary Berly Magueflor, and other CBA minor organizations. The Regional Business Conference is a highly respected, premier annual business conference in the region.

Photo on the right (top): Dr Raymond Cheng receives certificate of appreciation from Prof Antonio Jose Celis (1st from left), Dr Maria Victoria Cruz (2nd from left), and Prof Kathleen Rose Yalung (1st from right). Bottom photo: Picture with some of the organizers (in alphabetical order), Rellie Ann, Mike B Bactol, Maya Belza, Januar E de Jesus, Bea R Duatin, Jancis Melosantos, and Luisa Micaela.


Snapshots of RBC2018 held at SM Cabanatuan

Wesleyan University Philippines Logo

Dr Raymond Cheng at GRAEC2 2018, Baguio City

Dr Raymond Cheng at GRAEC 2017
Baguio, Philippines (March 10, 2018) – Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute, was invited as the Resource Speaker for GRAEC2 2018, the 2nd Global Research and Education Conference 2018, organized by Asian Intellect. The conference was endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) of the Philippines and, as usual, over 100 academians attended. This time, Dr Cheng's talk focused on the perspectives of research and its associated methods of thinking and the talk was very well received by the particiapnts. Dr Cheng was also the Resource Speaker for the 1st GRAEC conference held in Cebu in November 2017 (see below).

Dr Raymond Cheng at Wesleyan University Philippines, Cabanatuan City
Cabanatuan, Philippines (February 17, 2018) – Invited as Keynote Speaker for the WU-P International Research Forum organized by the Wesleyan University Philippines in Cabanatuan, Dr Cheng gave a talk to over 700 participants, comprising of faculty members and graduate students at the WU-P University Gymnasium. The talk focused on the concepts of bringing research ideas across boundaries through collaboration, connection and linkages by studying cultural differences. The 3-hour talk was very well-received and highly commented by the audience.

Established in 1946, WU-P was first founded by the Methodist Church as the Philippine Wesleyan College and was elevated to become the Wesleyan University Philippines in 1978, the same year in which the University started offering its first doctoral programme in education. WU-P was granted Deregulated Status by the Commission on Higher Education in 2003 and eventually received its Autonomous Status, also from the Commission on Higher Education, since 2009. With a student population of nearly 8,000, the private, not-for-profit university is now the premier private university in the Nueva Ecija region with its own hospital, the WU-P Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center and Hospital, as well as radio station, DWUP-FM. For details, please see the WU-P website at www.wesleyan.edu.ph


Dr Raymond Cheng at Wesleyan University Philippines 2018


Dr Raymond Cheng signs Memorandum of Agreement with President Pacifico Aniag of Wesleyan University Philippines
Cabanatuan, Philippines (January 26, 2018) – Seizing the unique opportunity in offering quality yet affordable education to ASEAN learners, the Wesleyan University-Philippines (WU-P) from Nueva Ecija, Philippines and Wyith Institute from Hong Kong today announced a partnership that will bring WU-P's graduate programs to potential learners in the neighbouring ASEAN countries via transnational education using Wyith Institute's network across the region. The collaboration, bounded in the form of a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA), was signed by President Pacifico Aniag of Wesleyan University-Philippines and Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute.

The MoA signing was solemn and was witnessed by both WU-P and Wyith's officials, including Dr Leonita Garcia, VP for Academic Affairs, Dr Michael Fronda, Dean of the Graduate School, and Dr Maria Victoria Cruz, Dean of the College of Business and Accountancy and concurrent Director of Quality Assurance (see photo).

Established in 1946, WU-P was first founded by the Methodist Church and received its Autonomous Status from the Commission on Higher Education in 2009. With a student population of nearly 8,000, the private, not-for-profit university is now the premier private university in the Nueva Ecija region with its own hospital, the WU-P Cardiovascular Diagnostic Center and Hospital, as well as radio station, DWUP-FM. For details, please visit the official WU-P website at www.wesleyan.edu.ph

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Dr Raymond Cheng at Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur 2017
Dr Raymond Cheng delivering his seminar on intercultural communications at IUKL Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (December 21, 2017) – Invited by Professor Dr Faridah Ibrahim, the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Communication and Education of the Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL), Dr Cheng conducted a seminar titled, Intercultural Communication in Action, at the University's main campus in Kuala Lumpur, on December 21, 2017. The seminar focused on the practical side of intercultural communication and how related concepts have been applied in the business arena. According to the faculty members and students who attended the seminar, they all unanimously agreed that the seminar was very thought-provoking and interesting.

Established in 1998 as a subsidiary of Protasco Berhad, the Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur is a private university and also the foremost infrastructure university in Malaysia, emphasizing the integration of both hard and soft aspects of infrastructure and aspiring to produce technopreneurs and skilled manpower with outstanding communication, technological and managerial skills. For further details, please visit www.iukl.edu.my


Cabanatuan, Philippines (December 14, 2017) – CEO of Wyith Institute, Dr Raymond Cheng, met with Dr. Amado Estonillo (see left photo), Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School, of the College of the Immaculate Conception (CIC) in Cabanatuan City, Philippines, with an aim for another purposeful and relevant undertaking on international linkages and education while paving for the benefit of both the young generations of the Philippines in general and the CIC in particular.

The two dicussed possible student exchange with different ASEAN schools, colleges and universities as one of the prime objectives of the collaboration, and foreign entities and industries being eyed and identified to help make the striving CIC, a Catholic college, to send students not just to broaden their horizon but as well as to open windows of opportunities for them in collaborative research and sharing of knowledge and expertise in different fields of specialization that these industries can offer.

Established in 1926, the College of the Immaculate Conception (CIC) is a leading institution in Catholic education. CIC is the first school in the Nueva Ecija province gaining a Level II Accreditation by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). It is one of the province's best in teacher education, one of two schools in the province with social work program, one of the region's top hotel and restaurant management schools, one of the region's best in community involvement programs, has highest employment rate of its accountancy graduates, and is also renowned for its contribution to the promotion of Filipino culture and indigenous art. For details, see www.cic.edu.ph


Dr Raymond Cheng meets with Dr Amado Estonillo, VP for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School, College of the Immaculate Conception, Philippines

Dr Raymond Cheng at GRAEC 2017, Cebu City

Dr Raymond Cheng at GRAEC 2017
Cebu, Philippines (November 11, 2017) – Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Resource Speaker for GRAEC 2017, the Global Research and Education Conference 2017, organized by Asian Intellect. The conference was endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) of the Philippines and, as usual, nearly 100 academians attended. Dr Cheng's talk focused on the search for and realization of research topics and its associated analytical methods.

Dr Raymond Cheng at Hong Kong Optical Fair 2017
Hong Kong (November 8, 2017) – Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Speaker for the Hong Kong Optical Fair 2017, held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on November 8, 2017. The optical fair was the annual highlight of the industry organized by the Hong Kong Optical Manufacturers Association (HKOMA) in association with the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) as well as the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Dr Cheng's seminar focused on the development of brand and new market exploration using latest concepts on cultural marketing and glocalization. Over 50 senior managers and practitioners of local and overseas eyewear manufacturers attended and the seminar was very warmly received by the attendants. An excerpt of the seminar authored by Dr Cheng will also be made available in the 2018 HKOMA Annual Directory, which is soon to be distributed at upcomiong optical fairs around the world, namely, in Italy, France, Germany, and, of course, China.

Photo on the right: Dr Raymond Cheng receives certificate of appreciation from Mr David Chow, President of the Hong Kong Optical Manufacturers Association. For further details, please visit www.hkoptical.org.hk


Dr Raymond Cheng receives certificate of appreciation from Mr David Chow, President of HKOMA

Dr Raymond Cheng at ICCEMST 2017, Baguio City

Dr Raymond Cheng with two of the winners, Professor Josephine Gimpaya and Amapola Villar at ICCEMST 2017
Baguio, Philippines (September 23, 2017) – Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Resource Speaker for ICCEMST 2017, the International Conference and Competition on Engineering, Education, Management, Social Science and Techology, organized by Quantum Cognizance. The conference was endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) of the Philippines and nearly 100 academians attended. As resource speaker, Dr Cheng addressed the particiapnts on topics related to multidisciplinary research and presented the winners their certificates after the conference.

Left photo: Dr Raymond Cheng with Dr Josephine Gimpaya and Amapola Villar from Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University.

Moving-up and Solemn Dedication (MUSD) Ceremony 2017
MUSD Ceremony Guests 2017
MUSD Ceremony Snapshot 2017
Hong Kong (September 3, 2017) – In association with Wyith Community, Wyith Institute held its first Moving-up and Solemn Dedication Ceremony for the 2016 and 2017 graduates of the Bath Spa University BA(Hons) degree in Business and Management programme. The ceremony was held at the Jao Tsung-I Academy and, together with Dr Raymond Cheng (CEO of Wyith Institute), nine distinguished guests attended the ceremony (see photo), including Dr the Honorable William Chan (CPPCC member; top row in middle), Mr John Chan, PMSM (former Commandant of the Police Training School and Police Senior Superintendent Emeritus – Kowloon West Traffic; top row, 2nd from left), Professor Kenneth So (top row, 1st from right), Dr Kant Chong (Vice President, Canadian University Association; bottom row, 2nd from left), Dr Ivan Ng (CFO and Head of Company Secretarial Department of Soundwill Holdings, HKSE:0878, bottom row, 2nd from right), Dr Chadwick Ho (Divisional Vice President, Hong Kong St John Ambulance Brigade, bottom row, middle), Dr Bard-Lord Lam (Categorial Quality Manager, Woolworths Australia; top row, 1st from left), Mr Hugo Li (Asia e University Doctoral Research Group Representative; bottom row, 1st from left), and, last but not the least, Mr Germen Hon (Senator, The Open University of Hong Kong; bottom row, 1st from right). Dr William Chan presented certificates to the graduates and according to the guests, the graduates and their family members, the ceremony was a great success and everyone enjoyed the event.

Picture on the right: Bath Spa BA(Hons) 2016 graduate, Mr Paxton Au, holding the graduates' mace and leading the graduates into the venue.

Bath Spa BA(Hons) 2016 graduate, Paxton Au, leading the graduates into the venue

Dr Raymond Cheng meets with CLSU-OU Dean, Dr Ponciano Cuaresma, at the Office of Dr Raymond Cheng
Hong Kong (July 28, 2017) – The Dean of the Open University at Central Luzon State University (CLSU), Dr Ponciano Cuaresma, visited Hong Kong and met with Dr Raymond Cheng of Wyith Institute. Together they discussed the details of the two organizations in offering CLSU-OU's flagship graduate level degree programs in renewal energy systems and environmental management in the coming Fall semester of 2017.

Founded in 1907, CLSU sits on a huge 658-hectare campus in the Muñoz (also known as the Science City of Muñoz), Nueva Ecija, Philippines, and has a student population of over 10,000. The university is the lead agency of the nation's science community, is the regional research and development hub of Central Luzon, and is constantly ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the Philippines by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). For details, please see www.clsu.edu.ph

Hong Kong (March 24, 2017) – Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Guest Speaker to deliver a talk on Individuals and Society at the Caritas Institute of Higher Education in Tseun Kwan O. The topic revolved around "Perspectives: Culture and Time". Participants were undergraduate students taking up business degrees and they found the talk extremely mind-blowing and exciting, and the concepts were very useful to the business world. The talk was extremely well received.

Caritas Institute of Higher Education (CIHE) is a degree-granting institution offering programmes from QF levels 5 thru 7. Formerly known as the Caritas Francis Hsu College, the Institute was founded on both professional and altruistic principles with a mission to produce responsible and respectable graduates who are academically and professionally well-educated and can fulfill the role of making contributions to the social and moral well-being of the community. The Institute is currently working its way toward becoming the first Catholic university, St Francis University. For further details, please visit www.cihe.edu.hk

Dr Raymond Cheng with Caritas students

Dr Raymond Cheng conducting a seminar on Business Glocalization
			at Central Luzon State University 2016

Above: Dr Raymond Cheng with approximately 2,000 undergraduate business students participating in his seminar at Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, Philippines, September 30, 2016.

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Dr Raymond Cheng at ICREMSS 2016, Subic Bay
Subic, Philippines (December 21, 2016) – Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Keynote Speaker for ICREMSS 2016, the 2nd International Conference in Research, Education, Management and the Social Sciences, organized by Asian Intellect and endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) of the Philippines. Nearly 200 academians from all over the Philippines attended the conference and the topics revolved around the concept of global and local culture as well as a number of research ideas from a variety of perspectives. Dr Cheng also presented certificates to paper presenters during the conference.
Dr Raymond Cheng as Keynote Speaker for
					academic conference in Subic Bay, The Philippines 2016

Dr Raymond Cheng receives Honorary Doctorate
					of Humanities from Southwest State University, Russia 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (October 22, 2016) – On the evening of October 22, 2016, Dr Raymond Cheng was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities during the Southwest State University (SWSU) Graduation Ceremony 2016 held for its Asian graduates at the National Visual Arts Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Dr Cheng was nominated and selected to receive the honor for his professional achievements and contributions over the years to the advancement of business and information research. The Director for International Relations, Dr. Dmitry Titov, on behalf of SWSU, presented the honorary degree to Dr Raymond Cheng.

Established in 1964 and formerly known as the Kursk State Technical University, SWSU is a leading Russian university located in Kursk, Russia, with 8 faculties and a student population of over 12,000, among which more than 550 of them are international students coming from some 87 countries. For details, see www.swsu.ru

Dr Raymond Cheng with the CLSU College of Business Administration
					and Accountancy (CBAA) faculty members
Dr Raymond Cheng with faculty and students at
					Central Luzon State University (CLSU)
Dr Raymond Cheng conducting the Business Glocalization seminar
					at CLSU 2016
Dr Raymond Cheng giving a talk to graduate level studentsMuñoz, Philippines (October 1, 2016) – Invited by the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) of the Central Luzon State University (CLSU), The Philippines, Dr Raymond Cheng conducted a 2-day Business Glocalization seminar for about 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students at the University's Auditorium.

Founded in 1907, CLSU sits on a huge 658-hectare campus in the Muñoz (also known as the Science City of Muñoz), Nueva Ecija, Philippines, and has a student population of over 10,000. The university is the lead agency of the nation's science community, is the regional research and development hub of Central Luzon, and is constantly ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the Philippines by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). For further details, please visit www.clsu.edu.ph

Dr Raymond Cheng with DBA graduates,
					Dr Dacon Dai and Dr Ares Cheng and the Honorarble Regina Ip, Member
					of the Hong Kong Legiclative Council
Hong Kong (July 24, 2016) – The University of Management and Technology (UMT) held its 2016 Graduation Ceremony (Hong Kong) at the Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Two doctoral graduates, Dr Ares Cheng (top photo, first from right) and Dr Dacon Dai (bottom photo, second from left), both supervised by Dr Raymond Cheng, were among the three DBA graduates this year to receive their doctorate in business administration (along with other 100+ UMT graduates). Dr Ares Cheng's research was related to consumer behavior in the local intimate apparel industry whereas Dr Dacon Dai's study was on the employability of graduates at private higher education institutions.

Established in Virginia in 1998. UMT is chartered by the State Council of Higher Education of Virginia (SCHEV). For details, see www.umtweb.edu

Dr Raymond Cheng and the delegation
					visits Shenyang and Fushun 2016 Liaoning, China (May 30, 2016) – Accompanied by the Fushun City Secretary-General, Dr Raymond Cheng led a 5-member delegation and paid a visit to two partner institutions of higher education in Shenyang and Fushun, namely, the privately-owned Shenyang Institute of Technology (SYIT) as well as the state-run Fushun Vocational Technology Institute (FVTI) and its affiliated Fushun TV University. The three parties agreed to research into collaborations in co-offering educational programs in the region.

Delegation led by Dr Raymond Cheng invited by Chinese
					officials to visit Fushun and Shenyang 2016
Fushun, China (May 28, 2016) – A delegation led by Dr Raymond Cheng (2nd from right) visited Fushun City in the Province of Liaoning from May 28 to May 29, 2016. The delegation was warmly welcomed by the city's Chinese People's Political Consultative Committee (CPPCC) Chairman, Zhang Min (middle), and Vice-Chairman, Huang Zhen-dong (first from left). The CPPCC officials invited the delegation to visit the city's landmark, Leifeng Memorial Hall, and toured its UNESCO World Heritage, Qing Yongling (i.e. Imperial Tombs of the Qing Dynasty) in the Xinbin Manchu Autonomous County. The delegation also took the opportunity to bestow upon the CPPCC Chairman the title of Honorary Professor of the Open University of Central Luzon State University, Philippines.

Wyith Community and Dr Raymond Cheng support the Belt-and-Road Initiative
Wyith Community Logo
Dr Raymond Cheng elected Chairman of Wyith Community 2016
One Belt, One Road

Hong Kong (March 31, 2016) – The Wyith Community, an associated not-for-profit society founded by members of the Wyith Institute and chaired by Dr Raymond Cheng, successfully completed its registration with the Hong Kong Police today in accordance with the provisions of Section 5A(1) of the Societies Ordinance – Chapter 151 of the Laws of Hong Kong. The aims of Wyith Community is to foster the growth and exchange of knowledge and its development through supporting the Belt-and-Road Initiative which covers more than 60 countries (or some 63% of the world's population; or 30% of the world's GDP in total) along the ancient Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silkroad, see illustration above (graphic by Raffy de Guzman, Rappler.com). Wyith Community envisions very active future collaborations with universities and tertiary institutions situated along the Belt-and-Road economic regions.

Dr Raymond Cheng meets with Professor Dr Mak Chai
					and Dr Sheila Cheng from Asia e University, Malaysia Hong Kong (March 29, 2016) – Professor Dr Mak Chai, Vice President for Research (second from left in photo) and Associate Professor Dr Sheila Cheng (second from right) of Asia e University, Malaysia, visited Hong Kong and met with Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute. Together, the two parties reiterated their common goal to provide the best support for the University's doctoral students studying in the region. There are currently five research students working on their PhDs, all in business administration, and the first one is expected to graduate in 2018.

Supported by 34 Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) member countries as affirmed at the ACD Ministerial Meetings held in Islamabad in 2005 and Doha in 2006, AeU is a collaborative multinational university established in 2006 aiming to become the prime mover of e-Education. For further details about the University, please visit www.aeu.edu.my

Dr Raymond Cheng meets with BSU Director for International Relations, Jeremy White
Hong Kong (March 2, 2016) – Dr Raymond Cheng met today with Mr Jeremy White, Director for International Relations of Bath Spa University, UK. As program director for the BSU BA(Hons) in business and management program in Hong Kong, Dr Cheng reported the latest developments as well as the transitional arrangments for all the BSU students taking their BA degrees in Hong Kong. Mr White was satisfied with the arrangments as well as the progress of the students and together they pledged to offer the best support to the BSU students in Hong Kong.

Bath Spa University (BSU) is the UK's sixth biggest provider of teacher education. With a student population of around 8,000, BSU has been consistently ranked as one of the best creative universities in the UK since 2012, and reularly placed among the UK's top 80 universities. For further details about the University, please visit www.bathspa.ac.uk

Dr Raymond Cheng meets with Kapil Rampal from Ivory Education, India Hong Kong (February 28, 2016) – Dr Raymond Cheng met with Mr Kapil Rampal, Founder of Ivory Education, arriving from India. Together, the two CEOs exchanged views and ideas on transnational education and have agreed to seek opportunities to collaborate and offer programs in Hong Kong, Mainland China and India.

Ivory Education is a venture established by a group of seasoned education professionals who have vast experience in the field of education, especially technology based education. Ivory currently carries postgraduate programs for top Indian schools, including the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) in Calcutta, Mudra Institute of Communications in Ahmedabad (MICA), as well as Steinbeis Global Institute Tübingen in Germany. For further details about Ivory Education, please visit www.ivoryeducation.com

Dr Raymond Cheng featured in The Linguist 2016
London, UK (February 20, 2016) – As a media analyst as well as a Chartered Linguist (MCIL CL) registered with the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL, UK), Dr Raymond Cheng was featured in the Institute's February 2016 issue of The Linguist, 55(1), p.30. Dr Cheng shared his vision in higher education through using the media and divulged his plans to offer affordable education to the public.

The Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) is the pre-eminent UK-based professional membership body for language practitioners. It aims to enhance the recognition and promote the value of languages and language skills in the public interest. Founded in 1910, CIOL has almost 6,000 members. For further details, please see www.ciol.org.uk

Dr Raymond Cheng appointed
					Bath Spa University Program Director (Hong Kong) 2016
Bath, UK (February 1, 2016) – Bath Spa University (Bath, UK) has just appointed Dr Raymond Cheng, CEO of Wyith Institute, to be the university's Program Director for its Hong Kong program with immediate effect. The university has been offering its BA(Hons) in business and management program to students in Hong Kong since 2014 and is expecting its first batch of graduates in late 2017.

Bath Spa University (BSU) is the UK's sixth biggest provider of teacher education. With a student population of around 8,000, BSU has been consistently ranked as one of the best creative universities in the UK since 2012, and reularly placed among the UK's top 80 universities. For further details, please see www.bathspa.ac.uk

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Hong Kong (November 12, 2015) – As a continuation of the Hong Kong Fashion Week 2015, Dr Raymond Cheng conducted another seminar at the Hong Kong Productivity Council Building in Kowloon Tong. The seminar covered topics related to the packaging, pricing, and how to deal with customer satisfaction in the shoe manufacturing business through strategic marketing and understanding national cultural differences.
Dr Raymond Cheng giving seminar
					at Hong Kong Productivity Council, Project Shoe Fountain 2016

Dr Raymond Cheng featured in Bath Spa newsletter in Hong Kong 2015
Hong Kong (August 5, 2015) – Bath Spa University (Bath, UK) launched for the first time its BA(Hons) degree programme in business and management in Hong Kong in 2014 (Non-local Higher and Professional Education, registration number 252378) and Dr Raymond Cheng joined the teaching team as an adjunct faculty the same year. He was featured, in August 2015, as one of the most popular professors among the Hong Kong teaching team (see above).

Bath Spa University (BSU) is a public university with multiple campuses in Bath, England. The institution was previously known as Bath College of Higher Education, and later Bath Spa University College. It gained full university status in August 2005 and is the UK's sixth biggest provider of teacher education. With a student population of around 8,000, BSU has been consistently ranked as one of the best creative universities in the UK since 2012, and regularly placed among the UK's top 80 universities. For details, please see www.bathspa.ac.uk

Dr Raymond Cheng with DBA graduates,
					Dr Lam Bard-lord and Dr Samuel Lee
Hong Kong (July 26, 2015) – The University of Management and Technology (UMT) held its 2015 Graduation Ceremony (Hong Kong) at the Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Two doctoral graduates, Dr Lam Bard-lord (top photo, middle) and Dr Samuel Lee from Singapore (bottom picture, second from right), were among the four DBA graduates this year to receive their doctorate in business administration (along with other 150+ UMT graduates). Supervised by Dr Raymond Cheng, Dr Lam's research investigated the Bible cover design and studied the corresponding personal preferences of the Hong Kong Christian market and its implications whereas Dr Lee studied the criteria and choices of university graduates selecting their business master's degrees in Singapore.

Established in Virginia in 1998. UMT is chartered by the State Council of Higher Education of Virginia (SCHEV). For details, see www.umtweb.edu

Hong Kong (July 9, 2015) – Dr Raymond Cheng is appointed Visiting Professor of Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology (NEUST) in Cabanatuan with immediate effect. He receives his appointment letter from the NEUST President, Dr Hilario Ortiz, during the NEUST graduation ceremony held for students in Hong Kong.

Established in 1908, NEUST is one of the largest state universities in Central Luzon with 6 campuses plus 7 off-campus programs in the region and a total enrollment of over 22,000. For further details, please visit www.neust.edu.ph

Dr Raymond Cheng named NEUST Visiting Professor 2015

Dr Raymond Cheng giving seminar
					at Hong Kong Fashion Week 2015, Hong Kong Conference and Exhibition Centre
Hong Kong (July 8, 2015) – Dr Raymond Cheng, the CEO of Wyith Institute, was invited to be the Guest Speaker for the Hong Kong Fashion Week 2015 Seminar Series jointly organized by the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). His talk revolved around his research on using cultural marketing techniques to fine tune marketing strategies and help identify and hence match with the right customer segments for local shoe manufacturers maintaining outlets in Mainland China. His seminar was extremely welcomed by the participants who were all experienced industry practitioners.

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (December 4, 2014) – Invited by the Asia e University (AeU) in Kuala Lumpur to become a Reader for its Industrial Doctorate (IndD) programme, Dr Raymond Cheng visited AeU and met with its officials. He also attended the defense of Dr TK Tan, AeU's first graduate of the IndD programme.

Supported by 34 Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) member countries as affirmed at the ACD Ministerial Meetings held in Islamabad in 2005 and Doha in 2006, AeU is a collaborative multinational university established in 2006 aiming to become the prime mover of online education. For details, please see www.aeu.edu.my

Dr Raymond Cheng
					visits Asia e University (AeU) 2014

Dr Raymond Cheng giving ASEAN seminar at NEUST 2014
Dr Raymond Cheng with graduate students at NEUST 2014 Cabanatuan, Philippines (November 23, 2014) – Dr Raymond Cheng was invited as the Resource Speaker to give a two-day seminar on ASEAN integration at the Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology (NEUST) at Cabanatuan, Philippines. The seminar, held at the NEUST Amphitheatre, brought new perspectives for some 700+ graduates and 400+ undergraduates in terms of how the Philippines should face and prepare herself upon the upcoming ASEAN integration as well as the challenges of globalization and glocalization ahead. Both the NEUST faculty members and students, graduate and undergraduate, were deeply fascinated by Dr Cheng's seminar.

Established in 1908, NEUST is located in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, and is one of the largest state universities in in Central Luzon, the Philippines. It has 6 campuses and 7 off-campus programs scattered around the province with a total enrollment of over 22,000. The university has just recently celebrated its centennial year in 2008. For details, please visit www.neust.edu.ph

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Dr Raymond Cheng attends John Yu's doctoral defense 2013
Hong Kong (November 14, 2013) – Dr Raymond Cheng, as dissertation supervisor, attended Dr John Yu's (first from left in photo) doctoral defense for his DBA degree at the University of Management and Techbology (UMT), Virginia. Dr John Yu successfully defended his doctoral dissertation in which he investigated the way of practices, project completion rates, and various other issues as related to the demographics of professional project managers in the context of Hong Kong banking and insurance industries.

Established in Virginia in 1998. UMT is chartered by the State Council of Higher Education of Virginia (SCHEV). For details, see www.umtweb.edu

Dr Raymond Cheng elected
					Fellow of British Computer Society (FBCS)

Swindon, UK (August 30, 2013) – Following the recent FRSA award in July 2013 in recognition for the continuous work in the betterment of the human society through information technology, Dr Raymond Cheng has just received another recognition in the computing and information technology profession – he is elected Fellow (FBCS) of the British Computer Society, the highest member grade the society bestows and is considered a great honor to computer scientists and information technology professionals worldwide.

Dr Cheng joined the British Computer Society as a full member in 2004 and is also a full member with the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (USA) since 1992. Over the years, Dr Cheng has received awards from major I.T. enablers like Network Solutions (Nasdaq:NSOL) – the company behind the world's 10 million Web addresses in the late 1990s; Melbourne IT (ASX:MLB) – the major I.T. business in Australia operated by the University of Melbourne; and letters of commendation from listed conglomerates like the Hutchison Whampoa group (HKSE:0013) in Hong Kong, as well as appreciation from NGOs like The Salvation Army, among many others. He has also been proudly featured on CNN BizAsia. The Fellowship of the BCS is not only a benchmark of information technology excellence but also reflects the recipients' significant professional contributions to the field of computing.

Dr Raymond Cheng on CNN Financial News and Internet Asia

Established in 1957, the British Computer Society is a professional body and a learned society that represents its 71,000+ members working in information technology both in the United Kingdom and internationally. According to the BCS, only less than 5% of its 71,000+ members worldwide are awarded and elevated to this prestigious grade of membership. For details, see www.bcs.org.uk

Dr Raymond Cheng awarded RSA Fellowship 2013
Dr Raymond Cheng awarded RSA Fellowship 2013 London, UK (July 23, 2013) – Dr Raymond Cheng has recently been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, The RSA, in recognition for his continuous work in the betterment of the human society through information technology.

"I am so grateful and thankful to the RSA as the award of the fellowship acknowledged not only my work over the last 20 years but also signified approval of some kind, particularly from like-minded peers from all over the world," Dr Cheng commented. "I knew long ago that I am not alone and there are a lot of people out there doing even much bigger things with far greater ideas, so being officially accepted to become part of such a huge network of these great and visionary people definitely feels honored and privileged."

"Since 1997, I have been a convener or on boards of directors for various voluntary projects (including different types of information technology-related work for the local Salvation Army, the Rotary Club, publicly-funded museums and exhibition halls for visual and installation arts, as well as projects for other religious bodies and NGOs), all aiming at the betterment of the human society through the use of information technology. As a believer of the power of free and collaborative information, I see that a better future can be built through the free and transparent flow of information coupled with the collective wisdom of everyone on this planet. Just as I often say, the 'I' alone simply doesn't help much if we do not come and work together. Now, as a new fellow of the RSA, I can foresee that I would not only meet people with similar ambition, but could also contribute my part to help form a larger 'we' while learning from other fellows to widen my perspectives upon the world," he added.

Founded in 1754, The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce is often simply referred to as The Royal Society of Arts for the sake of brevity, and its members as Fellows of the RSA (FRSA). For details, please see www.rsa.org.uk

Dr Raymond Cheng attends Billy Chu's doctoral defense 2013
Hong Kong (July 19, 2013) – Designated as Dissertation Supervisor, Dr Raymond Cheng attended Billy Chu's (see photo: second from left) doctoral defense for his DBA degree at the University of Management and Techbology (UMT). Dr Billy Chu successfully passed his doctoral defense with distinction. His research was a case study of financial firms in Hong Kong in which he looked into the relationships between corporate events and employees motivation.

Established in Virginia in 1998. UMT is chartered by the State Council of Higher Education of Virginia (SCHEV). For details, see www.umtweb.edu


Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the HKSAR


Known as the Pearl of the Orient, the city of Hong Kong is situated at the crossroad between East and West. And hence, to celebrate its 20th anniversary of establishment as the HKSAR under the People's Republic of China, Wyith Institute is launching a series of multicultural performances and variety shows manifesting the intercultural bridge of the modern metropolis under the Belt-and-Road Initiative. Bringing together nearly 30 years of experience, ranging from backstage operations, TV series, silverscreen cinema to music production, our professional staff will be directing, with a distinct flavour and character, Wyith's stage operations projects, starting September 2017, at several different government theatres. Please stay tuned for our upcoming announcements! For other celebration, see www.hksar20.gov.hk



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