Being awarded the Chevening Scholarship from the UK Government, Brian has just finished studying MA Digital Culture & Society at King’s College London.
Previously, Brian served as an editor at the West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong collaborating with Performing Arts Department, Communications and Public Affairs Department and Marketing and Customer Experience Department to formulate key concepts and messages and implement media and marketing strategies.
Events and projects: Freespace Happening (2015), International Workshop Festival of Theatre (2015), Antigone (2016), Contemporary Xiqu Performance (2016), Someone Else (2016), Producers’ Network Meeting & Forum (2016, 2017), What is Stage (2017), Freespace at Taikoo Place (2017), etc.
Before joining West Kowloon, Brian worked for various Hong Kong media outlets, including Sing Tao Daily, Hong Kong Economics Times, TVB and Phoenix TV, reporting on daily news and news features in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China to develop story ideas on arts and culture news.
His stories have won 1st Runner-up and Merit 1 in ‘Best Arts and Culture News Reporting’ of Hong Kong News Award 2012 and 2014 organized by The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong.
Apart from works, Brian has published and delivered feature articles and commentaries via different arts and cultural channels, such as StandNews, Hong Kong 01, Hong Kong Dance Alliance and IATC (Hong Kong).
Graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Brian obtained his Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Communication and MA in Cultural Management respectively.
With professional training in both media and cultural industry, Brian has developed excellent interpersonal skills, analytical techniques and strong network with different stakeholders in the local and international scenes, ranging from artists, educators, agencies, pressure groups, government bodies to private sectors.
As a communications professional, Brian is seeking career challenges with clients where strong integrated skills in communications are valued.