Graduated with a Neuroscience degree from King’s College London and a MSc in Food Science, Nutrition and Technology from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Aggie dedicates her work to SDG10 Reduced Inequalities by promoting social inclusion through empowering and connecting youths from 80+ countries.
Having worked with people from 80+ countries and 30,000 local students, Aggie truly understands how impactful face-to-face communication can be. She hopes to influence more people to be more compassionate to achieve mutual understanding and respect among people across different backgrounds.
She was awarded a Special Award for Mentorship for Student of the Year in 2019 by South China Morning Post and has also been invited by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to their Asia Pacific headquarters to represent China in the “Youth, Peace and Security Asia and the Pacific Regional Consultation” as a young peace builder for social cohesion.
Aggie is also the co-founder of Dear Hong Kong, a photo book project that aims to document cultural diversity in Hong Kong and the collective contributions of Hongkongers. She was selected as Hong Kong 2021 Changemakers by the LoopHK.