We brought together members of the Gen.T community in Hong Kong for an informal networking dinner at The Upper House hotel’s new Mediterranean restaurant, Salisterra
Guests included Juliette Gimenez, co-founder and CEO of fashion app Goxip; Tommie Lo, founder and CEO of technology-focused education platform Preface; and Alvin Kwock, co-founder and CEO of virtual insurer OneDegree.
Over dinner, the Gen.T honourees excitedly shared their upcoming plans. Lo spoke enthusiastically about the expansion of Preface to Tokyo and London, Kwock gave insight into his strategy for business success, and Mazing Lee, co-founder and CEO of Lify Wellness, spoke about her upcoming pop-up on Wellington Street.
It wasn’t all work and no play, however: Viola Lam, founder and CEO of Find Solution AI, shared that she had been studying Chinese fortune telling in her downtime, and can read a person based on their date and time of birth. Eager to get a reading done, Natalie Chung, co-founder and director of Hong Kong-based social enterprise V’Air, received a thought-provoking prediction for the type of man she would marry.
The evening was a reminder of what the Gen.T community does best: bringing Asia’s Leaders of Tomorrow together to connect, collaborate and share.
Photo 1 of 11 Walden Lam, Chi Yan Chan
Photo 2 of 11 Keith Rumjahn, Tommie Lo
Photo 3 of 11 Tamara Lamunière, Sebastian Ko
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Photo 6 of 11 Tommie Lo, Sarah Tong
Photo 7 of 11 William Yeung, Mazing Lee, Tamara Lamunière, Natalie Chung, Queenie So
Photo 8 of 11 Natalie Chung, Queenie So, William Yeung, Justin Chan, Mazing Lee
Photo 9 of 11 Alvin Cheung, Justin Chan, Juliette Gimenez
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Photo 11 of 11 Tommie Lo, Keith Rumjahn, Lee Williamson, Alvin Cheung, Juliette Gimenez, Kate Appleton