Clement is the founder of Wiseman Education which provides curriculum development and school-based solutions for primary and secondary schools. He served the inaugural Curriculum Director for Crimson Summer Exchange and trained a team of Harvard, Yale, Cambridge and Oxford graduates to teach at the HKU and Zhejiang University. He was an invited speaker for the IB World Student Conference, and has led over 200 teacher professional development workshops. He collaborated with Professor Sommer at Harvard Cultural Agents and Pre-Texts to spearhead Literature Out Loud in China.
Clera, the Managing Director of Deltamac (HK) Co. Ltd., an exclusive video licensee for world renowned Hollywood Studios and some famous brands such as BBC, Peppa Pig etc. A veteran movie and home video distributor with extensive experience in HK & China.
Leading the company to win Asia Licensee of the Years (8 years) from 20th Century Fox and more than 10 awards on Marketing Champion and Outstanding Achievements from the Hollywood Studios.
Serve on the Entertainment Industry Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council from 2006-2010
Prof. Doris Sommer, the Director of the Cultural Agents Initiative at Harvard University, is an Ira and Jewell Williams Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and of African and African American Studies.
Her academic and outreach work promotes development through the arts and humanities, specifically through the arts-based literacy pedagogy- Pre-Texts- in Boston Public Schools, throughout Latin America and beyond.
Eva, the Deputy English Panel Head at Pentecostal Lam Hon Kwong School. Back in 2002, she finished her Bachelor of Arts Double Major in Translation and English Studies at The University of Hong Kong. She later finished the PGDE and the Advanced Professional Graduate Diploma programme.
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Hedy, a mental health interpreter. Prior to her professional career, Hedy obtained a B.A. in comparative literature with certificate in film studies from Princeton, M.A. from Yale University. She was also a talk show guest on culture matters at International Channel Shanghai TV.
Jahnvi is the Program Manager (Boston) and Pre-Texts facilitator at Cultural Agents Inc.
She is a learning experience designer with hands-on experience in the field of traditional crafts & textiles, inquiry-based learning, and human-centered design.
Jahnvi has a B.Des. in Textile Design from National Institute of Fashion Technology (Delhi) and MSc. in International Management and Design Innovation from the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art (Scotland).
Jose is a Lecturer at the Department of Fine Arts in Brandeis University. He received his PhD from Harvard University in Romance Languages and Literatures. He teaches Latin American Art & Architecture.
Kiki, a filmmaker, curator, and scholar.
Prof Kiki Yu is a faculty member of USC-SJTU Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. She graduated from University of Cambridge and University of Westminster.
Her works include feature documentary China’s Van Goghs (2016), Photographing Shenzhen (2007, Discovery), Memory of Home (2009, collected by DSLCollection). She also lectured at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China.
Perry serves as the Social Science Research Associate at US-China Youth Education Solutions Foundation and the manager of XMedia Lab at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Prior to his current positions, Perry taught in public schools and worked as a museum educator in Oregon.
Sue, the Head of Nord Anglia Chinese International School primary section. With the experience of working on some high level government projects in U.K., she has gained valuable insights into the importance of education across the globe.
Therese, an educational programs and technology specialist, documentary film editor, and musician/composer.
As a film and video editor, Therese has worked as an assistant editor at Lost Planet Editorial in New York City, and on various independent film projects for the Ashland Film Festival, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, BRIC Arts Media Brooklyn and Cambridge Community TV.
Winnie is now working at Wiseman Education which provides curriculum development and school-based solutions for primary and secondary schools. Winnie has seven years of experience in an English medium school to nurture growth and development of students.
Cheryl, experienced movie translator, previous works include: Twilight, A Street Cat Named Bob, Victor Frankenstein,
KungFu Panda 3, The Peanuts, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Home, Rio 2, Penguins of Madagascar etc.