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Non-Executive Directors (non-official)

Dr Lee Ho-yin

Dr Lee Ho-yin is a co-founder of the postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes (ACP) at the University of Hong Kong (HKU).  He was instrumental in amalgamating the conservation programmes to establish the ACP Division in 2015, and became the Founding Head of the Division.  Before joining HKU in 2000, he was an Associate Director of an architectural practice, and had been involved in architectural projects in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Mainland China and Singapore.  As a well-published academic and an experienced practitioner in built-heritage conservation, he has been appointed by government agencies in Hong Kong, Mainland China and overseas as an expert advisor or a consultant for conservation projects and the designation and monitoring of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  In 2017, he was cited in the award certificate for the highest UNESCO conservation award for the “Blue House Cluster” revitalisation project.

Term of Office: 1/5/2019 - 30/4/2022

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