Chee-may Chow


Chee-may has a strong background in public affairs and communication, with a dedication to help people become avid communicators.  After her successful career in journalism, covering major political events across the Asia-Pacific region, she became a key member of the Commissioner for Heritage’s Office of the Development Bureau of Hong Kong, which oversees heritage conservation projects of important historic structures, including the Central Police Station (“Tai Kwun”).  Her role includes handling of challenging community enquiries and working with stakeholders with competing needs. Chee-may’s thorough understanding of the political and socio-economic landscape enables her to design programmes that enable clients to understand how to effectively engage with stakeholders.