Lunch with Lily Fan, Tony Award-winning Broadway producer

Note: this event has been cancelled due to personal reasons from the speaker. We hope to organize this event again in the near future when Lily is in town. 

Finding your passion – how Lily Fan went from corporate law to Broadway

The Stanford Club of Hong Kong is delighted to welcome Tony Award-winning, Broadway musical producer Lily Fan as our honorable speaker at this luncheon. The event is co-organized with the Yale Club of Hong Kong.

Lily founded Scandobean Productions in 2010 and won her first Tony Award for Best New Musical as a Co-Producer on Hadestown. Coming up in the Fall of 2019, Lily is excited to participate in the production of Sisters In Law, an adaptation of the NYTimes best selling book about the friendship between Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Lily will share her journey of career transformation, from a corporate lawyer at Shearman & Sterling and Morrison & Foerster, to becoming one of Broadway’s most successful producers.

Events Details
Date: Tuesday, 29 October, 2019
Time: 12:15 pm – 2:00 pm (registration starts at 12:00 pm)
Venue: Shanghai Fraternity Association, 1-3/F, South China Building, 1 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Cost: $350 (alumni) | $450 (non-alumni)

RSVP: Required

For Stanford Alumni: RSVP and pay now
For Guests of Stanford Alumni (Non-Alumni): RSVP and pay now

Event Contact: Andrew Kwan (akwan@stanfordalumni.org)

About the Speaker

Lily founded Scandobean Productions LLC in 2010 because of her belief that the entertainment sphere is the best medium to inspire thinking, educate and forge differences by changing the way people understand the world and view one another.

In the 2018-9 season, Lily won her first Tony Award for Best New Musical as a Co-Producer on Hadestown. Hadestown also received Tony’s in 7 other categories for a total of 8 awards. Lily was also represented on Broadway in Network starring Bryan Cranston (who received a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play). She has also proudly supported the Broadway productions of box office smash hit The Boys in the Band (2019 Tony Award winner for Best Revival of a Play), To Kill A Mockingbird (2019 Tony Award winner), Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations (2019 Tony Award winner), and The Waverly Gallery (2019 Tony Award winner).

Coming up in the Fall of 2019, Lily is excited to participate in the production of Sisters In Law, an adaptation of the NYTimes best selling book about the friendship between Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The show will begin performances at the Wallis Annenberg Center for The Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.

Lily was previously represented on Broadway in 2015 by the Tony-nominated dark comedy Hand To God, which transferred to the West End in 2016.  The play was nominated for 4 Tonys and an Olivier Award and is the most produced new play in the U.S. in the 2016-17 season.  Lily’s other Broadway credits include: the Tony-nominated revival of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Jesus Christ Superstar, David Henry Hwang’s Chinglish on Broadway and its first international tour, and the 2014 revival of the timeless romantic play Love Letters by A.R. Gurney.  Her Off-Broadway credits include The Other Josh Cohen (NYTimes Critics’ Pick), Here Lies Love (NYTimes Critics’ Pick), and Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating and Mating.   She has also proudly supported the productions of 10 Tony-winner The Band’s Visit, 2 Tony-winner Beautiful, Pulitzer Prize winner Sweat,  Tony-winner Indecent, Tony-winner The MountaintopTony-winner Three Tall WomenIceman Cometh, box office smash hit The Addams Family (The National and International Tour)Something Rotten (Broadway & National Tour), An American In Paris (National Tour & West End)If/ThenThe Last ShipAnn1984, and many more.

She is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School.   She was born in Hong Kong and speaks fluent Cantonese.  Besides producing, Lily also has a real estate business and mediates family, entertainment, and other contract disputes.  Lily was previously a lawyer at the law firms of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Morrison & Foerster LLP; specializing in white collar criminal litigation and securities class actions.

Her full biography is available at http://www.scandobean.com/about-lily .

Speaker Luncheon with Dr. Peter Fitzgerald and Ms Michal Geva (Hong Kong Club host: Kendrick Kwok ’04)

The Stanford Club of Hong Kong, Stanford GSB Chapter of Hong Kong, and Stanford Club of South China are delighted to welcome Dr Peter Fitzgerald, M.D, Ph.D and Ms Michal Geva as our honorable speakers at this luncheon. Dr. Fitzgerald and Ms. Geva will talk about the changing landscape of next generation healthcare.

Events Details
Date: Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Time: 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Venue: Hong Kong Room, Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong
Cost: $500 (alumni) | $550 (non-alumni)
Hong Kong Club Host: Kendrick Kwok ’04
RSVP: Required. Please click here to RSVP and pay now.

For Stanford Alumni: RSVP and pay now
For Guests of Stanford Alumni (Non-Alumni): RSVP and pay now

Dress code & policies: https://www.thehongkongclub.hk/public/dress-code-policies.html

Contact: Sandy Wan at sandy.wan@simandian.com or Kristine Li at kristineli@alumni.stanford.edu.

About the Speakers

Dr. Peter Fitzgerald is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Triventures. He brings decades of experience as a leading interventional cardiologist, start-up founder and venture capitalist. Recognizing the emergence of Israel as a leader in healthcare innovation, he co-founded Triventures and is active in cultivating connections between Triventures portfolio companies, industry leaders and healthcare systems around the world. Peter heads the U.S. Triventures office in Menlo Park and travels to Israel monthly.

Peter currently serves as the Director of the Center for Cardiovascular Technology and Director of the Cardiovascular Core Analysis Laboratory (CCAL) at Stanford University Medical School. He is an Interventional Cardiologist and holds a PhD in Engineering. He is Professor Emeritus in both the Departments of Medicine and Engineering at Stanford. In addition, he heads the Stanford/Asia MedTech innovation program.

Peter has been principle/founder of twenty-one medical device companies and transitioned fourteen of these start-ups to large medical device companies. Prior to co- founding Triventures, Peter co-founded LVP Capital in San Francisco in 2001, which focused on medical device and biotechnology investments. He has additionally served as a Partner for BioStar Ventures and TransPacific Venture Partners.

Peter has led or participated in over 175 clinical trials, published over 550 manuscripts/chapters, lectures worldwide and is considered a worldwide thought leader on the future trends in healthcare. He has been a consultant for the FDA for the past 15 years focused on medical technology and more recently is one of the FDA’s lead advisors on its digital health strategy. He serves on several boards of directors. Peter is a special advisor to C-level multinational medtech, digital health and consumer electronics multinationals.

Michal Geva is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Triventures and brings over 20 years of experience in medtech and digital health in Israel and the U.S. She co-founded Triventures in 2009 to provide what was then missing in the ecosystem- a deep understanding of commercial integration of innovative technologies into the healthcare system. Triventures was one of the first funds in to focus on digital health in Israel and Michal was the first woman to found and manage a venture capital firm in Israel. Since founding Triventures, Michal has grown the fund into a multi-stage investment platform and industry leader.

Prior to launching Triventures, Michal served for many years in the healthcare start-up ecosystem and held multiple executive positions with GI View, Advanced Stent Technologies (acquired by Boston Scientific), ByPass, TriReme Medical (IPO) and others. Michal ran several business departments from operations to regulatory and marketing and helped scale and steer the companies towards successful exits.

In 2017, Michal was recognized as one of the 50 most influential women in Israel by Globes, Israel’s leading financial journal and in 2011 she was recognized as one of the 40 most promising leaders in Israel by The Marker, Israel’s leading business journal.

With a hands-on approach, Michal is involved in all the fund’s major decisions, leads investments and serves as an active board member in the majority of the portfolio companies.

Michal holds a B.A from The College of Management Academic Studies.

One BIG Stanford Summer Gathering

Join us for a BIG summer gathering for the local Stanford community! This year, we are combining our annual Frosh Send-Off with a warm welcome of 25 additional Stanford undergraduates here for the Bing Overseas Studies Program.

Come meet the incoming Class of 2023 students and BOSP students from around the world. Give them our warm welcome and whatever assistance we can as a community. Mingle with other alumni. Participate in breakout sessions to share life and career advice. Learn from students’ innovative minds and reminisce about life on the Farm.

This event is organized by the Stanford Club of Hong Kong and exclusive to members of the Stanford community. Frosh sendoff is usually a popular event, and this year, BOSP students will make the event even more popular, so do sign up early!

Events Details

Date: Thursday, August 29, 2019

Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm

Venue: CoCoon (https://www.hkcocoon.com/), 3/F, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Road, Causeway Bay / Tin Hau, Hong Kong

Dress code: Casual

Cost: $200 (includes dinner) for Stanford alumni and parents. FREE for incoming frosh and their parents, incoming graduate students, and current students of Stanford.

RSVP for alumni and parents: Required. Please click here to RSVP and pay now.

Free RSVP for incoming and current students: please RSVP via this form (unless you have already RSVP-ed via one of the event contacts below).

Contact: Marc Hubert marc.hubert@gmail.com , Sandy Wan at sandy.wan@simandian.com , or Andrew Kwan akwan@stanfordalumni.org

About the Event

Learn more about Frosh Sendoffs around the world and the Bing Overseas Studies Program.

Joint Clubs Happy Hour Drinks

A Midsummer Night’s Drinks 

What? Come out to connect with your fellow alumni and to meet new friends from Berkeley, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Penn, and Yale!

We would love to see more new faces, so join in to unwind on thirsty Friday!

Where? MUDITA, 24-30 Ice House Street, Central

When? Friday August 9th, 2019, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

How? Cash bar (HH menu). No RSVP required; Just show up!

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Questions? Wally Cheung at CheungWK@stanfordalumni.org
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Recap of 2019 Annual General Meeting

Thank you to many of you for joining the club’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday May 21 at CoCoon.

At the AGM, alumni attendees voted yes for the executive committee and general committee members for 2019/20 listed here. In addition, attendees voted to approve amendments to the club’s Articles of Association.

The amended and currently-in-effect Articles of Association provides an updated, robust governance framework for the club. The project scope was defined as a review and update of the club’s Articles of Association to reflect present day practice and ensure compliance with Hong Kong law. We would like to offer our sincere thank you to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, who helped the club in this matter on a pro bono basis.

In addition, we would like to thank the following alumni for leading efforts to amend the Articles: in alphabetical order by last name, Edith Ngan Chan, Anthony Chang, Christina Hu Ho, Edith Law Kong, and Theodore Ma.

Thank you and we look forward to continue serving the Stanford alumni community in Hong Kong.

May we express our gratitude again to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius for their pro bono assistance. Thank you also to Ms. Leontine Chuang from PILnet who assisted on the early stages of the amendments and kindly referred the club to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.

 

 

 

Reception for Professor James O. Leckie

Sustainable Urban Development with Technological Integration and Social Innovations

Leckie

Date/Time: 08 May 2019 (Wednesday), 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Room A, Senior Common Room (SCR), 15/F, K. K. Leung Building, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Pre-Registration Required. To register, please e-mail Kaimin Shih (9143-5997): kshih@hku.hk or Diana Ibarra (5410-3110): ibarras@aol.com

Registration Fee: HK$50 per person (Snacks and drinks are included), cash at the door

Introduction:

Professor James O. Leckie is the C. L. Peck (Class of 1906) Professor of Environmental Engineering at Stanford University and is a member of U.S. National Academy of Engineering. Professor Leckie started teaching in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University since 1971, and he is currently also the Director of the Center for Sustainable Development & Global Competitiveness at Stanford University. Over the years, Professor Leckie’s research contributions have been extensively advanced the areas of environmental chemistry, human exposure, water technology, and sustainable urban development. His recent work uses computational learning and optimization tools to better design smart physical infrastructure (transportation systems, urban water systems), and facilitate a class of social services, such as knowledge management for social innovation, to integrate social functionality into urban communities. In this reception, Professor Leckie will share some of his views and information on the current development of the university. It is also a great opportunity to casually interact with alumni from all different industries in Hong Kong.      

2019 Annual General Meeting

Join us for our upcoming Annual General Meeting of the Stanford Club of Hong Kong.

In addition to providing club updates and initiatives for the coming year, we will be voting for your SCHK Executive Committee and General Committee Members for 2019/20, as well as voting on changes to the club’s Articles of Association. Nominations are as follows:

Executive Committee Members

President: Andrew Kwan

Co-Vice President: Marc Hubert

Co-Vice President: Kristine Li

Co-Vice President (IT): Kendrick Kwok

Treasurer: Wally Cheung

Secretary: Sandy Wan

General Committee Members

Queenie Lee, Ronald Issen, Diana Ibarra, Simon Mui, David Fan, Lavina Tien, Hill Wang, Dorothea Koo, Jasmine Li

Email us (stanfordhkclub@gmail.com) if you are interested to serve the Club and join our General Committee! The Club Mission and Responsibilities of Executive and General Committee Members can be found at https://stanfordhk.org/about/.

Event Details

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (registration starts at 6:45 pm)

Venue: CoCoon, 3/F, Citicorp Centre, 18 Whitfield Road, Tin Hau, Hong Kong

Cost: $150 (includes refreshments)

Event is open to Stanford alumni only.

RSVP: Required. Please RSVP now.