Hong Kong

Edith Law

Alumna Making Hong Kong Fashionable

Edith Law, Sc’96, wants more people wearing Hong Kong designers, not just clothes made in China.

Peter Chong, Law'90
Photo by Grainne Quinlan

Alumnus protects one of the world’s most valuable brands in China

Peter Chong, Law’90, enjoys the challenge of protecting Louis Vuitton from counterfeiters. 

Justice Pang, Chancellor Leech and Principal Woolf
From left - Justice Kin Kee Pang, Arts’70, received an honorary degree from Chancellor Jim Leech and Principal Daniel Woolf as part of Queen's 175th-anniversary celebrations held in Hong Kong. (Photo by Michael Pat)

Making History in Hong Kong

For the first time, Queen’s confers an honorary degree outside of Canada as part of Queen's 175th-anniversary celebrations in Hong Kong.

Edmond Chan with Principal Woolf

Hong Kong Branch Volunteer Is Not Your Average Crime Fighter

Edmond Chan, Artsci’97, examines suspicious bank transactions to identify criminal activities

Hong Kong city skyline

Queen's Celebrates 175th in Hong Kong

Alumni, academic partners, students, and prospective students in the Asia-Pacific region are invited to a series of celebrations on May 20.