BritCham to host talk on privacy and personal data protection
Allan Chiang, Hong Kong's privacy commissioner for personal data, will talk about 'Myths About Data Protection in Hong Kong' at the British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) in Hong Kong's breakfast briefing. Chiang has more than 33 years of experience in the civil service and served as Postmaster General, and CEO at the Hong Kong Design Centre. September 21, 8-9:15am. Harcourt Suite, 1/F The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central. HK$400 for non-members, HK$340 for chamber members. Visit bit.ly/oKor3K to register.
Seminar on post-'90s generation
The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce is organising a 'Managing the Post-'90s Generation' seminar. An experienced coach will share insights on the differences between post-'80s and post-'90s generations. September 27, 9am-12pm. Chamber Conference Room, 22/F United Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty. HK$600 for non-members. HK$500 for chamber members. Visit bit.ly/pQLFTH.
CUHK fair on innovation and tech
The Chinese University of Hong Kong's (CUHK) faculty of engineering is hosting its '20th Anniversary Innovation and Technology Fair' to showcase research projects. Other faculty achievements such as applications of biomedical engineering, cloud computing, robotics (below), multimedia, and mobile technologies will also feature. Today until September 18, 10am-5pm. Room 603, Ho Sin Hang Engineering Building, CUHK. Admission is free. An alumni reunion dinner will be held at the end of the fair. For further details, visit bit.ly/rsIshv or call 3943 1109.