Bucking the Trend – the Brain Behind Snapask / 教育界的革新 - Snapask


HSBC Prosperity Hall is delighted to have Mr. Timothy YU, founder of Snapask, as the guest speaker of the first SPECIAL Hall Night Talks in 2017. The sharing took place in Multi-function Hall B on 17 January 2017. The attendance was incredible and filled the venue to overflowing.

Bucking the Trend – the Idea of Snapask


Timothy kicked off the special evening by sharing with us his journey towards a successful entrepreneurship. When he was a Year 2 university student, he set up a small tutoring group for secondary school students. The business expanded quickly. With the support from his friends, they set up a small tutorial centre together. However, after running the centre for 2 years, he realised that it was hard to further scale up the capacity of his business.

“There is a trend in the tutoring industry that many centres attempt to expand their business by opening more classes and replacing live tutors with recorded teaching videos, I wanted to change this trend.” said Timothy.

Timothy went on to explain that the tutoring industry is inefficient as the tutors do not try to understand their students but only focus on spoon-feeding them with exam materials.

To facilitate understanding and efficiency in teaching, Timothy believes that one-on-one teaching is the optimal mode of tutoring. Such belief drove him to think of alternative ways of teaching and learning. For example, he tried to have smaller groups of students every class, instead of a traditional big class with up to 50 persons. However, soon later, he realised that the plan was not feasible. He then turned his head to the possibility of using mobile app to achieve one-on-one teaching-and-learning. This is the skeleton idea of Snapask – a mobile application that is now worthy of HKD$100,000,000.

Today, at the age of 27, Timothy is already the CEO of Snapask Co., a company that have over 150,000 users in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, with a market valuation over one hundred million Hong Kong dollars.

Snapask – The “Uberfication” of Education

Snapask is an allocation to match students with tutors online. It allows students to ask questions and receive replies from tutors within a very short period of time, if not immediately. This mode of tutoring takes care of the special needs of each individual students, and offers unique solution to suit that need.

“We are just like Uber, but for education.” said Timothy.

Aside from his idea, Timothy also generously revealed to the audience his secret method of enhancing tutoring efficiency and user experience of Snapask. Timothy and his team made use of computer programmes to collect and analyse the data of students’ learning behaviours. What’s more, they would ask their users questions to proactively test students’ concepts and understandings towards different topics and types of questions, and their answers would also be collected and analysed. All of these functions can be done just by several clicks, using a smartphone.

“You always fail the first time.”


Despite the great success of Snapask, Timothy’s journey towards success was never all plain sailing. He shared with the audience the not-so-glamorous side of his journey. Before the business was developed into a million-dollar company, Timothy has tested and experimented with different modes in realizing his concepts. For example, he once used a Facebook page as a platform instead of an app. He also set up a website to sell mock papers. Although none of these ideas was adopted in the end, it was these failures that finally built the great success of Snapask.

“You always fail the first time,” Timothy said. “But you should never hesitate to experiment what you believe.” he added.

“Now is always the best time to start.”

Timothy has a clear objective – that is to change something in the current education system. He hated to see students being fed up with standardised materials, and his aim is to provide personalised education to students that is truly helpful to each and individual student.

As a young entrepreneur who first started his business at a timid age, Timothy advised that whoever wants to start their business has to start early – “Now is always the best time to start, start experimenting your assumption and learning how to start the business.”


How did this talk inspire you?

“I try to be more well-rounded in all areas. It’s good to be an expertise in your area, but also open your eyes and be keen to learn everything in other areas.”

–   GAO Ya, HSBC Prosperity Hall, Year 2, Creative Media, Mainland China

“You can achieve anything if you really put your mind into it. Timothy is a very young entrepreneur. He started off at our age! He also wasn’t a computer science student, but he ended up being the founder of a mobile application company. It makes me realize that you don’t have to be an expertise in a certain field to be able to succeed in that area.”

–   Jason CHAN, HSBC Prosperity Hall, Year 4, School of Law, Hong Kong

How important do you think is IT in our daily life?

“The presence of mobile application has really sunk into our life. We study and workout with the help of mobile apps. It has become a habit and made everything more convenient and easier.”

–   Vipul AGARWAL, HSBC Prosperity Hall, Year 3, Environmental Science, India

Based on the testimonies of our resident, it is apparent that the talk was a huge success. Let’s look forward to the next SPECIAL Hall Night Talk!

Writer:   Jason CHAN (HSBC Prosperity Hall), Natasya Viona CHANDRA (Jockey Club Harmony Hall)
Photographer:   Yikki LAM (Lee Shau Kee Hall)


滙豐業昕堂在本年度舉辦的第一個「業昕之夜」中,榮幸邀得Snapask的創辦人兼行政總裁余佑謙先生(Mr. Timothy YU)分享創業心得。座談會於晚上九時在綜合禮堂B舉行,成功吸引大批宿生參與,場內座無虛席。





Snapask - 教育界的Uber











「 我期待自己在各方面都可以做到面面俱圓。有專長是好事,但也要時刻提醒自己對身邊的事物保持開放的態度,對學習要保持熱情。」

── GAO Ya(滙豐業昕堂,創意媒體系二年級,來自中國大陸)


── 陳可誠(滙豐業昕堂,法律系四年級,來自香港)



── Vipul AGARWAL(滙豐業昕堂,環境科學系三年級,來自印度)


文:   陳可誠 (滙豐業昕堂)、Natasya Viona CHANDRA (賽馬會群萃堂)
圖:   林奕淇 (李兆基堂)

HiBuy—The Savior for Residents! / HiBuy—宿生的救星!


“The time is always right to do what is right.” This famous quote by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fits in Danny HUI’s unique story very much. Let’s read the article below to know more about Danny!

Have you ever heard about “HiBuy”? Well… you must be thinking about the footbridge linked between our Student Residence and Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3), a.k.a. the “HiBye Bridge” dubbed by CityU students. But no! This is not the answer. HiBuy is an online supermarket managed by Danny (Year 4, China Business), an ex-resident of HSBC Prosperity Hall, and several of his friends.

Danny HUI (3rd from the right) and his 6 founding partners of HiBuy during a media interview at the roof garden of AC3. / Danny 許峯 (右三)與HiBuy 其他六子一起在城大劉鳴煒學術樓天台花園接受傳媒採訪。

From your experience living in the CityU Student Residence, many of you must have noticed the problem with walking up and down the slope just to reach the nearest supermarket in Festival Walk.  What a nightmare!… Right? In fact, this is exactly the reason why the idea of starting an online supermarket business popped up in Danny’s mind in 2014.

Danny realized many residents found this routine troublesome, but still they must go there to buy necessities such as tissue paper, laundry powder, drinks, cup noodles, etc. day after day, and week after week. So Danny and his friends, who have become his business partners since, collected students’ opinions to make an estimation on the popularity of running a potential online supermarket. They did not only focus on CityU’s residence, but on other university halls such as HKU and HKBU as well. Finally, they decided to carry out the project in the same year.  The new online supermarket was named “HiBuy” after our much-loved “HiBye Bridge” in CityU, aiming at meeting the needs of university students especially those who are living in residence halls.

Danny and his team participated in HKBU AIESEC’s Young Entrepreneur Sharing Session at Hong Kong Baptist University. / Danny 的團隊曾在香港浸會大學國際經濟學商學學生會(AIESEC)年輕創業家分享會中向其他學生分享創業經驗。
Danny’s team continue to expand their services to other university residence halls. / Danny和他的團隊繼續將業務擴展到其他大學宿舍。

It is always easier said than done. Starting a business is like riding on a roller coaster. Although Danny’s team did a lot of preparations beforehand, they still faced several key challenges. First of all, since they did not have sufficient I.T. knowledge, it was difficult for them to write a mobile app. Luckily, Dr. Ray CHEUNG, Residence Master of HSBC Prosperity Hall, showed his absolute support to Danny’s team by introducing them to investors and giving them technical advice. With Dr. Cheung’s support and mutual team efforts among the partners, HiBuy’s business took off.

HiBuy’s interface. / HiBuy 界面。

So… how does HiBuy run? This mobile application acts as an online platform to provide a variety of necessities. In this online supermarket, everyone can assess and order whatever they like to purchase as long as they are registered users. The orders would then be delivered to the hall area at a particular time. HiBuy delivers from 6pm to 3am everyday. Prices are reasonable and the services are efficient as well. Do make good use of this incredible app and support your fellow resident entrepreneur!

Writer:   Dilys HO (Lee Shau Kee Hall)
Images:   Danny HUI (former resident of HSBC Prosperity Hall)



不知道你有沒有聽過「HiBuy」呢?啊…… 想必你一定是想到了連着宿舍範圍和劉鳴煒學術樓HiBye橋吧。但答案可不是這個呢!HiBuy 是一個新興的網上超級市場,由Danny及他的夥伴所經營,而Danny(中國企業管理四年級)正是我們滙豐業昕堂的舊宿生!

Danny HUI (3rd from the right) and his 6 founding partners of HiBuy during a media interview at the roof garden of AC3. / Danny 許峯 (右三)與HiBuy 其他六子一起在城大劉鳴煒學術樓天台花園接受傳媒採訪。

住在城大宿舍的你,肯定經常經歷一個難題在達之路的大斜路爬上爬落,氣急敗壞,只是為了到山下某個最近的超級市場購買日用品,價錢不菲又經常要排長龍,簡直是一星期一次的惡夢! 然而,正正是因為這個經歷,令Danny腦海裏浮現了一個靈感:建立一個網上超級市場。Danny 發覺很多宿生也認同,雖然往來大斜坡去超級市場購物是一件很麻煩的事情,但是沒有日用品的日子確實難過,像紙巾、洗衣粉、飲品或杯麵等,可謂缺一不可。於是在二零一四年,Danny與幾位志同道合的朋友們結成合作夥伴,一起收集了學生對創立網上超級市場的意見,探索此生意的可能性及預算的受歡迎程度。他們不只向城大的學生收集意見,更把範圍擴展到香港大學、浸會大學等。終於,他們決定創立及經營一個網上超級市場品牌,名為「HiBuy」,希望為各大學的學生,尤其是宿生,提供在網上購買日用品的服務。

Danny and his team participated in HKBU AIESEC’s Young Entrepreneur Sharing Session at Hong Kong Baptist University. / Danny 的團隊曾在香港浸會大學國際經濟學商學學生會(AIESEC)年輕創業家分享會中向其他學生分享創業經驗。
Danny’s team continue to expand their services to other university residence halls. / Danny和他的團隊繼續將業務擴展到其他大學宿舍。


HiBuy’s interface. / HiBuy 界面。


文:   何柏妮 (李兆基堂)
圖:   許峯 (前滙豐業昕堂宿生)

The Meaning: Ideas that Can Rock the World / 你怎麼看:可以撼動世界的想法


Mr. Jong LEE, co-curator of TEDxHK and founder of Code Club HK, has given our university students a wonderful and broad-covered speech on the topic of “Ideas That Can Rock the World” at CityU’s SPECIAL Hall Night Talk on a special day, Winter Solstice. Though many students were taking a break for the winter holiday, the atmosphere on the spot was still hot. Mr. LEE took the chance to greet every student and shake hands with them. The talk started with a free conversation.


Mr. LEE broke the phrase “Ideas Can Rock the World” into four terms and explained them one by one with interesting examples and worth-thinking questions. He showed his open-mindedness towards “differences” throughout the sharing.

The first word was “Ideas”. Mr. LEE asked the audience to explain what “ideas” are from a respective viewing point. He didn’t give us an exact definition or judge whose answer is better. By comparing the business attitude between Americans and Indians, he mentioned long-term business cooperation and the manners of doing business: “leaving something on the table or take all”. In such examples, he stimulated us to feel different ideas.

Secondly, “That Can” refers to the percentage of success. Everyone may have different definitions on the percentage of success in consideration of the word “can”. It can be 50 percent, 10 percent or even 1 percent. It was also pointed out that some Chinese students may lack risky spirit because of the traditional education manner.

Then, for the word “Rock”, various synonyms were echoed from the students, such as “change”, “blow up”, “bang”. Simply saying, we should have a thought about the extent of influence that the word “rock” has.

The final terms are “The World”. The viewpoints towards the world are different but the most important thing is that you understand what is happening. He added, “Conclusion is meaningless if you don’t understand what happens.”


Later he shared his thought with us about a broad coverage of questions, from phone purchase to software worker employment and so on. The topics he covered in the speech were diversified and interesting. However, the most impressive thing was that he didn’t dominate the thought about current problems but encouraged us to think and form our own opinions. As Dr. Ray CHEUNG, Residence Master of HSBC Prosperity Hall, concluded at the end, “University students are supposed to possess a world view.” There was no doubt that Mr. LEE possessed so many excellent identities at the same time: science scholar, lawyer, speechmaker and so on.

Writer & Photographer:   HSBC Prosperity Hall


TEDxHK協辦人兼香港Code Club創始人 Jong LEE先生在城大業昕之夜給學生展開了一次精彩且覆蓋面廣泛的演講。這天正好是中國傳統節日中的冬至。雖然正值寒假, 但這絲毫沒有影響現場的熱烈氣氛。講者一邊與學生握手,一邊聊天─演講就在這輕鬆的交談中開始啦!










Seize the Opportunity, Explore Your Own Path to Success / 捕捉機會,探索成功


The monthly SPECIAL Hall Night Talk was held for the third time in Moon Chum Multi-function Hall on November 8th. Mr. Kevin CHAN, Founder of StoreFriendly, and Miss Nicolette  TONG, Executive Vice-President of The Wave, were invited to have a discussion with residents about how could we use space to create opportunities.

Although it was nearly the end of semester, many students still showed a great passion to participate in this talk. As an undergraduate student, WAN Yetong (HSBC Prosperity Hall, Year 2, Finance) has many plans for her future career but finds it confusing sometimes about how to grasp an opportunity. Therefore, she looked forward to this talk and expected to be inspired from successful speakers’ experience.

Our speakers of the night: Ms. Nicolette TONG (The Wave) and Mr. Kevin CHAN (StoreFriendly).   /   今夜嘉賓: 陳啟豪先生(儲存易)及Nicolette TONG (The Wave)小姐。

Nine o’clock sharp, Mr. Chan arrived at the venue and had a relaxed and casual conversation with students. Miss Tong, joined afterwards with her teammates and enlivened the audience with her humorous and lively presiding style, which encouraged a lot of interactive discussions.

As a successful entrepreneur, Mr. Chan shared his life story during his early struggling days. He talked about how he came up with the idea of storage business and those times when he only had 3 hours of sleep daily. He also discussed the future development plan of his company.

When a student asked him about what kind of ideas are required in running such a company, he said he saw StoreFriendly as part of his life so he could always find creativity and fun everywhere.

Noting many young people share an entrepreneurship spirit nowadays, Mr. Chan suggested,”We cannot start with only professional knowledge. We need to learn to collaborate and look for the desired market.” His opinion of not starting a business with your best friend surprised the audience, as he explained irrational treatments might occur. A clear contract to ensure a smooth progress was necessary. The speakers then encouraged our students to actively express their ideas to others, not to worry too much about being imitated. Absorption of different ideas and put them into practice might be one step closer to success.

Students were interested in learning about how to maintain work-life balance between university life and startup preparation.   /   作為大學生,有同學好奇該如何分配大學生活和創業的時間和準備。

Some undergraduate students were curious about how to allocate their times balancing both university life and startup preparation. Mr. Chan shared his story of looking for good classmates at the CS Lab and recruiting them as co-workers. The university provides various resources including a wealth of talents of all disciplines. He suggested us to try using time at school smartly and identify helpful resources.

At the same time, he emphasized a person’s ability to make every effort concentrating on one thing. “Stay somewhere for at least 5 years and make yourself an expert.” Young people do not need to worry about losing as they do not have burdens. He suggested a good practice by staying in an interested field for five years or longer if you had a nice idea. Youngsters should be willing to take time and learn to endure and persist when encountering a problem.  Be more energetic and enthusiastic too. One might not be able to handle everything and may even lose something in other aspects, but one thing for sure is that you will get rapid growth and brighten up your lives in what we focus on all the time.

Success is never easy, but if you find the proper way and stick to your goals, it is within reach. Opportunities may just be hiding around the corner. Let us draw on others’ experiences and define our own path to a successful future.

Writer:   Iris LU (HSBC Prosperity Hall)
Photographer:   Rachel MAN (Lee Shau Kee Hall)


11月8日,一月一會的「業昕之夜」又在滿珍綜合禮堂如約而至。此次到場的兩位嘉賓包括儲存易創始人陳啟豪先生The Wave執行副主席Nicolette Tong小姐就我們如何利用空間創造機會展開了講座的話題。


Mr. Kevin CHAN shares his early struggling days when he first started StoreFriendly.   /   儲存易創辦人陳啟豪先生分享他在創業早期的奮鬥故事。




Many students nowadays share an entrepreneurship spirit nowadays and hope to learn from the expert.   /   不少學生對創業深感興趣,希望能從講者的經驗中學習一二。


同時陳先生強調,要敢於專心的為一件事情傾盡全力。「在一個領域堅守至少五年,讓自己成為這個領域的專家。」 初入社會的年輕人們,沒有包袱,不必擔心失去。他提議,我們不妨在擁有一個想法之後,為它堅守五年十年甚至更長,捨得花時間,學會忍耐和堅持,多一些精力和熱情。人們無法面面俱到,也許我們會在別的方面有所失去,但是在所專注的事情上,我們會得到升華,飛速的成長。


文:   高雅 (滙豐業昕堂)
圖:   文苳晴 (李兆基堂)

SPECIAL Hall Night Talk: Start Your Marvelous Journey of Coding / 業昕之夜:開啟你的奇幻編程之旅


The SPECIAL Hall Night Talk co-organized by HSBC Prosperity Hall and SRO was held in Multi-function Hall C at 9PM, October 5. Miss Michelle SUN, founder of First Code Academy and Mr. LAU Ming-wai, JP, President of Chinese Estates Holdings Limited, were invited to the Student Residence to discuss whether all university students should learn coding.

Dr. Ray CHEUNG (Residence Master, HSBC Prosperity Hall), Miss Michelle SUN, Mr. LAU Ming-wai JP, Mr. Wilson LAM (Director, SRO) / 滙豐業昕堂舍監張澤松博士、講者辛婥琳小姐、劉鳴煒太平紳士及學生宿舍處處長林健先生

Before the presentation of honored guests, I interviewed some students randomly about their opinions on coding and programming.

“Coding is obviously useful, as computers are so commonly used in our modern society and nearly all career paths involve the use of computer. If we can design apps by coding ourselves, we can work with higher efficiency.”

  • HUANG Xinyi, Jocky Club Humanity Hall, Year 1 English Studies, China

“While coding can improve your calculating ability, being interest in the subject is another important factor. I look forward to the speakers’ sharing on their entrepreneurial and working experiences.”

  • LI Jia, HSBC Prosperity Hall, Year 4 Information Management, China

“I do think that everyone should learn programming. Programming is not just about coding, but about cultivating a new way of thinking in yourself. We can break a problem into small parts and solve each of them step by step. Programming doesn’t require talent. All you need to do is to start with the basics.”

  • Robin, HSBC Prosperity Hall, Year 4 Computer Science, from India

Dressed in a smart and professional attire, Mr. Lau started the evening by sharing his personal experiences. He had no background of computer until he acquired programming skills from his friend. He reckoned that people did not realize programming was more an approach to solving problems than mere coding.

Miss Sun then stepped onto the stage next. Originally an investment research analyst in Goldman Sachs Bank, she was determined to focus in the technology field when she founded First Code Academy in 2009 to offer coding lessons for children age 6 and up. She graced the night with her signature smile as she introduced the prospects of a technology career and the significance of programming. She emphasized that coding was a key to new markets, especially in Hong Kong. In terms of whether common university students should all learn coding, she said, “Coding is not a career path for everyone. It is more like a paintbrush that turns your idea into reality. What coding teaches you is to solve a problem instead of brushing it aside. We can never spell out a perfect code–which is similar to life.”

Coding is not only a life skill, but a piece of marvelous tool to influence our personalities and lives. So, are you ready to start this amazing journey to coding now or not?

Writer:   Betty WANG (Hall 10)
Translator:   Joanna CHEN (Hall 10)
Photographers:   Ray KE (HSBC Prosperity Hall), Unnat CHOUDHURY (Hall 11)


10月5日晚九點,綜合禮堂C。滙豐業昕堂和學生宿舍處邀請了First Code Academy創辦人辛婥琳小姐和華人置業集團主席劉鳴煒太平紳士兩位重量級嘉賓來舉行「業昕之夜」,與大家討論大學生是否都應該學習編程。

Students showed interest in connecting coding and their career planning. / 同學們對於如何將編程融入於他們的職業規劃甚感興趣。
Students showed interest in connecting coding and their career planning. / 同學們對於如何將編程融入於他們的職業規劃甚感興趣。



── 黃馨誼(賽馬會敬賢堂,英語系一年級,來自中國)


── 李佳(滙豐業昕堂,信息管理系四年級,來自中國)


── Robin(滙豐業昕堂,電腦系四年級,來自印度)


辛婥琳小姐隨後上台。她本是美國高盛投資銀行的投資顧問,2009年辭職創業,致力於科技領域,創立First Code Academy,為六歲以上的孩子開設編程課程。她面帶笑容,親和力很強。她介紹了科技領域的前景以及編程的重要作用,尤其在香港,編程是打開新市場的一把鑰匙。而對於普通的大學生是否都應該學習編程,她說:「不是每個人都以編程作為職業規劃的,但它像一支畫筆,可以將想法變為現實。編程可以讓你在問題出現的時候想法子去解決它,而不是迴避它。寫出的程序永遠都不是完美的,人生不也正是這樣嗎?」


文:   王琪 (舍堂十)
攝:   柯行健 (滙豐業昕堂)、Unnat CHOUDHURY (舍堂十一)


Things You Don’t Know About 9GAG / 曝光9GAG不為人知的事


“Don’t start a company for the sake of starting one. “

The first Prosperians’ Talk organized by HSBC Prosperity Hall (Hall 2) this academic year has attracted more than 50 students from all across the globe gathering at Multi-functional Hall B on 6 September. The special talk, “Go Fun Yourself”, was given by Mr. Ray CHAN, CEO/co-founder of 9GAG, to share his world-leading startup journey. The venue was fully packed as the clock struck 9PM.

The guest speaker has already graduated from university for over a decade. He didn’t put on airs or spare anything; instead, he created a casual and welcoming atmosphere. Students were very eager and curious to speak up. The talk was more like a Q&A session. Students raised questions after questions. He reminded us not to leak what he said out of the hall jokingly. So let me unveil his secrets of business here.

Many startup firms were established over the years but most of them failed. Why? Ray has his own interpretation. “Don’t start a company for the sake of starting one. We should always set a goal to solve problems and create value–remember, value doesn’t always equal the dollar sign.” He advised.

How did he end up launching his tech-hub then? Like all of us, when Ray was bored, he googled for “funny pictures”. Ironically, the results were not always funny. Then an idea popped up. He wanted a change. In fact, he made a big change himself: he quit his stable job and moved out of his comfort zone to bring laughter to the world.

You may wonder if his employees would laugh all day long in such a fun working culture and environment. “Actually, not all of our team members have a sense of humour, including myself,” he confessed, “Though we are open and willing to appreciate funny stuff.”

Since 2008, 9GAG has grown into a popular social media platform with nearly 70 million viewers per month. Still, Ray’s team stays humble all the time. “The worst is yet to come, we often tell ourselves.” They keep experimenting to maintain the momentum. Failed projects are valued as precious lessons. “It is not only about the number of success we reached, but we count the magnitude of success also,” he stressed.

Thanks to enormous efforts from Residence Master, Dr. Ray CHEUNG, and his Residence Tutors, the talk was a great learning experience to all participants. “Gaining a deep insight into behind-the-scene stories of kick-starting a company in the  fast-evolving innovation industry boosts my confidence on developing my own ideas.” said Leah MURPHY, a programming savvy exchange student from Hall 2.

The next upcoming sharing will be held on 5 October featuring Ms. Michelle SUN, founder and CEO of First Code Academy, and Mr. LAU Ming-Wai, Chairman and CEO of Chinese Estates Holdings Limited. Join us and learn your potential!

Writer:   YEUNG Nga Yi, Yemmi
Photographer:   YEUNG Nga Yi, Yemmi

Full house at Multi-functional hall B. Students asked questions after questions for Mr. Ray Chan. / 當夜綜合禮堂B全場爆滿,同學們一個問題緊接著一個問題,互動多多,氣氛輕鬆。




Ray 離開大學已超過十年,但為人沒有架子,願意毫不保留地分享個人經驗,甚至一些囧事。他營造出輕鬆開放的氣氛,同學都十分踴躍發言。講座像是問答環節,同學的問題一個接一個。Ray 開玩笑地叫我們別把他的話流出,就讓我在這裡為大家揭秘吧!

近年,愈來愈多新興公司擴展,但更多的半途而廢了。Ray 語重心長地忠告我們:「不要為開公司而開,要為解決問題、創造價值而做。當然價值不是金錢那種價值了。」




多得舍監張澤松博士與一眾舍堂導師一番心力,講座反應熱烈。來自業昕堂的交流生Leah Murphy 是一名程序開發發燒友,她雀躍地說:「創意產業日新月異,我認識到創業背後的故事,使我更有自信,勇於構思自己的想法。」下一次分享會將於十月五日舉行,講者將為First Code Academy 創辦人Michelle SUN小姐及華人置業集團主席劉鳴煒先生。屆時記得報名,發掘自己的潛能和興趣!

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