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Special notice

2020-03-27

The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Music Director Jaap van Zweden, our Board of Governors as well as the administration put the health and well-being of our audiences, players and staff at the forefront of our priorities. Like most cultural organisations, we have made major adjustments to our regular activities in order to accommodate these exceptional circumstances. 

We continue to liaise closely with our performance partners and venues to ensure appropriate arrangements for the remainder of our 2019/20 season. Please visit our website and Facebook page for relevant announcements. 

We very much look forward to seeing you in our concert hall in the near future, sharing our exceptional music-making and the energy that you, our audience, brings to each performance. In the meantime, stay home and stay well.
SWIRE

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Dr Allen Fung


 Allen Fung

Dr Fung is an Executive Director of Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd and the CEO of its non-property businesses.  He is also a Deputy Chairman of SmarTone Holdings, a Vice-Chairman of SUNeVIsion Holdings, both listed in the main board in Hong Kong.  Dr Fung is also a Director of Transport International Holdings (the listed holding company of Kowloon Motor Bus).

Before joining Sun Hung Kai Properties, Dr Fung was a director of McKinsey and Company, the global consulting company.  He was the managing partner of McKinsey Hong Kong for many years.

Dr Fung also participates in public service and charity activities. He is the President of the Hong Kong Society for Protection of Children.  He is the Honorary Treasurer for the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.  He is a member of the General Executive Committee of the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce, as well as an Executive Committee member of the Hong Kong Management Association.  He is a member of the Board of the Asian Youth Orchestra.

Dr Fung graduated from Oxford University (Modern History) and has a PhD from Harvard University in History and East Asian Languages.  He was a Guggenheim Fellow and taught at Brown University as an assistant professor.

 

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