PacNet Asia's largest telco-independent internet communications service provider by geographical reach, Pacific Internet, or PacNet, has announced the appointment of Chua Kee Lock as an independent director to its board. Mr Chua is managing director of Walden International, a United States venture-capital firm focusing on technology-related investments in the US and Asia. He also sits on the board of Logitech International. He was president of voice-over-internet service provider MediaRing before joining Singapore-listed Intraco as chief executive and NatSteel as deputy president. Mr Chua has a BSc in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a MSc in engineering from Stanford University. STATS ChipPac The provider of semiconductor packaging design, assembly, test and distribution solutions has appointed Scott Jewler as chief strategy officer. Mr Jewler will have overall responsibility for product line management as well as market and technology strategy. In his capacity as chief strategy officer, Mr Jewler will help define STATS ChipPac's business focus and strategic direction in the geographical and end markets it serves. He will ensure effective positioning of STATS ChipPac's products and services to benefit from technology trends, customer engagements and corporate development. Mr Jewler has more than 15 years of experience managing and driving operational efficiency in the industry. He joins STATS ChipPac from Amkor Technology, where he held various senior management positions, including senior vice-president, assembly business unit, and vice-president, laminate products. Most recently, Mr Jewler served as president of Amkor Technology Taiwan, where he was responsible for the company's Taiwan operations, including all sales, marketing, manufacturing, business development and manufacturing support activities. Before joining Amkor, he was a senior process engineer and equipment engineering manager with Mitsubishi Semiconductor America. AppIQ David Lunn has joined the leading provider of storage area management solutions as director of sales, Asia Pacific. Mr Lunn, who also serves as the chairman of the governing committee for the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) in South Asia, has established AppIQ's regional office in Singapore as part of the company's global expansion strategy to deliver regional sales, marketing and technical support for its award-winning storage area management technology. A 25-year veteran of the storage industry, Mr Lunn will leverage his long-term presence in the region to expand AppIQ's Asia-Pacific operations and support AppIQ resellers and strategic OEM partners Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), Silicon Graphics and Sun Microsystems. Previously, Mr Lunn was director of software sales, Asia Pacific and Latin America, for HDS. Before that, he was storage program manager at Unisys South Pacific, where he was responsible for implementing Unisys' storage strategy and served as product manager for Unisys storage products and chief liaison to Unisys' storage partners EMC and StorageTek. Mr Lunn also has extensive experience in managing large data centre outsourcing operations in Australia and New Zealand. City University The City University of Hong Kong has appointed James Moy as dean of its School of Creative Media. The school trains students to become experts at combining the art of storytelling with the latest technology in order to be leaders in the communication, education and entertainment industries. The appointment is effective from tomorrow. Professor Moy is an outstanding scholar in theatre, film and performing arts. He has a BA and MA from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a PhD in theatre history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was dean of the College of Fine Arts and professor of theatre and dance at the University of New Mexico before joining City University. He also taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for more than 20 years, and was chair of its department of theatre for five years.