Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
Theodore Roosevelt
In the past four years, Hong Kong has gone through a period of challenge, yet we are also on the cusp of entering a phase of action to support growth and keep up with our competitors, and thereby improve our lives through technology and innovation. Startups are emerging with passionate young people joining the ranks of IT every year.

Throughout almost two decades in IT and public service in Hong Kong, I always believe in the power of action and creating changes, and seek to channel the professionalism and spirit of a software engineer and entrepreneur into my work to strive for a better Hong Kong. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to serve our IT sector and citizens as a legislative councillor.

What I hope to achieve in LegCo has always been taking ICT forward, creating opportunities, investing in talent, fostering an ICT-friendly government mindset and policies, and most importantly - defending the integrity and fairness of Hong Kong. Change is now set in motion, and we must stay together and get to work and make sure the course is right.

The biggest challenge we face ahead is to bring IT closer to matters our society cares about, while striving to keep Hong Kong the city we know: anyone can have a fair shot by working hard and playing by the rules. Working consistently for this goal is never easy, yet I believe problem-solving through dialogue and reason must prevail.

This Work Report 2012-16 documented my work inside and outside LegCo and I’d like to offer my deepest gratitude to each and everyone who contributed ideas, and supported me and my team throughout.