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Tai Wing Wah

Local restaurant chain stands the 'taste' of time

For many Chinese families, the approach of the Mid-Autumn Festival conjures up images of picnics under the moonlight and moon cakes, and for Hongkongers, Wing Wah moon cakes are as synonymous with the festival as the woman that it celebrates, Chang'O.

Interview Date: 2002/09

TAL Apparel

Textile giant plans to sew up Asian apparel market

TAL Apparel Limited may not be a household name, but the companies it supplies are: Marks & Spencer, Goldlion, Giordano -- Not bad for a company that set up shop by accident.

Interview Date: 2003/01

The Big Things Ltd

A Natural Way to Play

Nature-focused playground focuses on sustainability and non-traditional ways of learning

Interview Date: 2020/05

The Chevalier Group

Digging up roads to replace ageing pipes could be a thing of the past

Digging up Hong Kong's roads to replace ageing pipes could be a thing of the past if Oscar Chow gets his way. Since 1998, he has been promoting cutting-edge, "no-dig" pipe rehabilitation technologies, which in effect doubles the lifespan of underground pipes.

Interview Date: 2005/04

The Harbour School Ltd

Revolutionizing Education

The Harbour School follows an inquiry-based approach to learning, with emphasis on inclusiveness, innovation, creativity and sustainability

Interview Date: 2023/01

The Hong Kong and China Gas Company[The Chamber's Oldest Members]

Founded in 1862, the Hong Kong and China Gas Company (HKCG) was the first public utility in Hong Kong. Its principal business comprises the production and distribution of gas, marketing of gas and gas appliances, as well as comprehensive after-sales services. Since the 1970s, town gas has been produced from naphtha and is one of the cleanest, most efficient and environmentally- friendly fuels.

Interview Date: 2002/09

The Hong Kong Jockey Club

World-class Racing for the Betterment of Society

Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges has had a lifelong passion for horseracing and breeding thoroughbreds. So it seemed only natural that working at The Hong Kong Jockey Club would be a natural calling for him. He joined the club as Director of Racing in 1998 and became CEO in 2007. His second love is football, and even played professionally in Germany before he graduated from the University of Cologne in Economics, Finance, Statistics, Insurance and Business Administration.

Interview Date: 2017/10

The Hong Kong Shipowners Association Ltd

Representing the Shipping Industry

The Hong Kong Shipowners Association Ltd (HKSOA) joined the Chamber in 2000 in order to work together to ensure that the shipping industry’s views were heard by Government on the various changes taking place at that time.

Interview Date: 2016/10

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