Director and CEO
Poly Auction Macau Ltd
Hong Kong

A young entrepreneur and holds a Bachelor of Art Degree from the University of Hong Kong. She is the Project Manager of the upcoming hotels that are to be built in Macau – the Palazzo Versace and Karl Lagerfeld Hotel, while managing and operating two boutique hotels of the family business in Hong Kong and Macau. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of Chiu Yeng Culture, the Director and Chief Executive Officer of Poly Auction Macau Limited, and a member of the Committee of Cultural Industries of Government of Macao Special Administrative Region. She is also the Co-Vice Chairlady of Bellissima Italia and the Honorary Ambassador Korean Culture of Hong Kong and Macau of Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong. She actively organises various types of arts and cultural activities as to promote the development of Asian arts and culture, at the same time develop young artists from different sectors.

She is prominent in voluntary and charity work. She is involved in both local and international charity organisations such as American Foundation for Aids Research and The United Nations Children's Fund. She is Co-Chairlady of Academy Ball Organising Committee of The Society of the Academy for Performing Arts 2017, and she has donated paintings worth HKD 1.5 Million into the support of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. She has organised a charity auction and it has auctioned USD 0.48 Million to support the charitable donation of amfAR Hong Kong in 2016.

Other than charity work, she is also participating in social affairs and youth activities. She is a member of the Shenzhen CPPCC Committee, Youth Committee of Jiangxi, Youth Committee of Chongqing and Youth Committee of Shenzhen, also an active member of the Hong Kong CPPCC Youth Association, Hong Kong United Youth Association, the Y. Elites Association Limited, and the Centum Charitas Foundation.

She believes that culture transcends generations and national borders and brings inspiration and hope. She is keen to promoting the integration of arts into daily life and look forward to further collaborations to contribute to the broader community to strengthen the foundation of urban culture, and promote arts and cultural development. She has a great influence in the Chinese art market and has been crowned as the 17th of the 2015 Top 100 Most Influential People of Chinese Art Market in the world, she has also been awarded the “Young Power” Leader from Shangliu Tatler. In April 2016, she has been invited to be one of the featured speakers at the 19th Annual Harvard China Forum and at the same month, she was named as one of the “Women to Watch” on the 2016 Forbes Asia’s Power Businesswomen List.