Board governor for the Hong Kong Ballet; director of the Tung Foundation; married to Stanley Chou.
Leigh Tung-Chou is a member of the board of governors of the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation, sits on the development committee of the Hong Kong Ballet and is a director of the Tung Foundation, which coordinates her family’s charitable activities. She has also been on the fundraising committees of the ISF Academy, the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Bring Me a Book. A regular at many of Hong Kong’s most exclusive parties, she was also formerly the marketing and communications director for Christian Dior Asia Pacific.
Leigh Tung-Chou comes from one of Hong Kong’s most illustrious families: she is the daughter of Harriet Tung and Tung Chee-chen of family business Oriental Overseas Container Line, and the niece of former Hong Kong chief executive Tung Chee-hwa. She is married to Stanley Chou, managing partner of private investment offices SCA International and Lufin Asia Pacific; they have three children.
Did You Know?
Leigh Tung-Chou told Tatler in 2020 that she was taught to drive by her mother aged 18 in the car park of the Aberdeen Marina Club.