Board of Directors

Dr. Herbert Ying Chiu Lee

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Herbert Ying Chiu Lee, aged 63, is a seasoned businessman with significant experience in the Hong Kong and Chinese digital advertising market sector and technology development. Over the past 15 years, Dr. Lee has extensive working experience in technology management and 3D autostereoscopy. During these years, he has also invested in many technology startups and incubated them into successful companies.

Dr. Lee received his Bachelor of Applied Science in civil engineering in 1977 from the University of British Columbia, B.C., Canada. He obtained his training in structural design in Hong Kong after his graduation. In 1982, he became a member of the Institute of Structural Engineers (MIStructE.) and subsequently he obtained his Chartered Engineer title from the Engineering Council of the United Kingdom. In 2004, Dr. Lee finished his Master of Technology Management degree at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. His major study is technology management. After that, he joined Hong Kong Polytechnic University as an engineering doctoral student conducting research in knowledge management discipline. His major research is organizing information through his newly developed semantic search engine. In 2011, Dr. Lee had been conferred the degree of Doctor of Engineering. In 2014, he was appointed as professor for City College of Vocational Technology in Wuxi, China. In the same year, Dr. Lee was elected by the Council of the Association to be the Senior Fellowship of Asia College of Knowledge Management.

Dr. Lee was awarded the Scientific and Technological Innovation Awards by China Radio & TV Equipment Association (CRTA) for outstanding individuals in 2013 and 2016. In 2015, he was awarded Asian Social Caring Leadership Award by Social Enterprise Research Institution. In the same year, Enterprise Asia conferred the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award to Dr. Lee for his outstanding and exemplary achievement in entrepreneurship. Dr. Lee is the Honorary Director of Glasses-free 3D Technology Innovation Industry Alliance. This is the only official organization in China whose functions are to promote and to set the industrial standard for ASD technology.

Dr. Lee has extensive business experience, academic background and business network including through his work in the community to lead the Group to new heights in the coming future.

Dr. Man-Chung Chan

Non-Executive Director

Dr. Man-Chung Chan, aged 57, graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1980 in Philosophy and Government & Public Administration. He received his PhD in Computer Science from La Trobe University in Australia. From 1988 till 1994, he taught Computer Science at University of New South Wales. From 1994, he has worked with the Computing Department of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Dr. MC Chan was a computational logician and lately he worked in the broad field of knowledge management, artificial intelligence and intellectual property of computing. He founded the Institute of Systems Management in 2003. He has extensive working relationship with municipal government of Jiangsu, Hubei and Henan provinces in China.

Mr. Michael Zhang

Non-Executive Director

Mr. Michael Zhang (“Mr. Zhang”) is a businessman with significant experience in the electronics industry with a specialty in the semiconductors product field. Mr. Zhang holds a Masters of Technology Management and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electronic Engineering.

Mr. Zhang has extensive experience in product and engineering management, product marketing and sales which was attained during his career as an Account Executive at ST Microelectronics (Shenzhen) Company and as a Key Account Manager at Philips Semiconductors. Mr Zhang’s primary responsibilities in those roles was to drive distribution sales for semiconductor products in China and discover any key new opportunities.

Mr. Lawrence Chen

Non-Executive Director

Mr. Lawrence Chen (“Mr. Chen”) has 10+ years’ experience in business management, and technology transfer. Mr. Chen migrated to Australia in the late ‘80s where he furthered his study in Western Sydney University, and he then went back to China in 2007 and started his career in relating to Technology Transfer. He was appointed as deputy director in a system management institute in Jiangyin China in 2008 and was working on setting up different technology projects. Notable projects included involving animation and software enhancement of motion movies. With his extensive experiences and professional knowledge, he is now working in Australia as Deputy General Manager since 2017.