Raymond Mak

Raymond Mak is a governor of the Path of Democracy think tank, also having represented the organisation to run for 2016 HKSAR Legislative Council election. Graduated from the University of Hong Kong (B.A. 2005 and MBA 2017), he was the HKU Students’ Union President and HKU Council member in 2003. After spending more than 10 years in the management consulting field, Raymond is now one of the founders of ATLIUS Group, providing advisory and run-the-organisation partnership to help the local technology and innovation start-ups to go-to-market, improve operation efficiency, and look for investment for sustainable development.

Raymond Mak

Raymond Mak is a governor of the Path of Democracy think tank, also having represented the organisation to run for 2016 HKSAR Legislative Council election. Graduated from the University of Hong Kong (B.A. 2005 and MBA 2017), he was the HKU Students’ Union President and HKU Council member in 2003. After spending more than 10 years in the management consulting field, Raymond is now one of the founders of ATLIUS Group, providing advisory and run-the-organisation partnership to help the local technology and innovation start-ups to go-to-market, improve operation efficiency, and look for investment for sustainable development.

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To give hope to rare disease patients, Hong Kong must revamp its drug policies

Hong Kong should revamp its drug registration system and follow Korea and Taiwan in facilitating early access programmes for sufferers of rare diseases.

5 Mar 2018 - 4:48PM
To give hope to rare disease patients, Hong Kong must revamp its drug policies

Hong Kong should revamp its drug registration system and follow Korea and Taiwan in facilitating early access programmes for sufferers of rare diseases.

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