Founder & Patron
College Founder – Dr. LI Wo-hing
"The ultimate goal of education is to enhance the quality of the human race. At Lee Woo Sing College, we aim at nurturing leaders for Hong Kong, the Mainland and the World. An important feature of the College is the emphasis on tolerance and fraternity. Students will be encouraged to be thankful and to give back to the community."
|College Patron - Dr. LEE Woo-sing|
"‘Lee Woo Sing College does not only impart knowledge; it also cultivates among students a commitment to help the needy, to respect the elderly, and to give back to the community. Students are encouraged to serve the community and the country, and to achieve harmony, in interacting with other people, as is highlighted in the College motto. They will treat others with moderation and be objective in their analyses and receptive of different opinions in their approach to problems."
An eminent entrepreneur, Dr. LEE Woo-sing has over 60 years' experience in the finance industry and is the founder of Shun Loong Group. Dr. LEE is currently Non-executive Director of Grand Investment International Ltd and Director of Grand Finance Group Company Ltd. Dr. LEE has also been active in serving the community.
Dr. LEE was a member of the Selection Committee of the First and Second HKSAR Government, former Chairman (1993 to 2006) and current Honorary President of the Shanghai Fraternity Association Hong Kong Ltd. He is currently Honorary President of the United Zhejiang Residents Association (HK) Ltd. and the Ning Po Residents Association. Dr. LEE is also Financial Securities Advisor of Tianjin Municipality and has been appointed Honorary Citizen of Tianjin.
Dr. LEE Woo-sing is committed to the educational development in Hong Kong and the Mainland and has established a long-term relationship with The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is an Executive Committee Member of the Council and has been the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Shaw College since 1999. Dr. Lee Woo-sing has been a staunch supporter of the College and the University. He has supported various educational initiatives most generously both personally and in his capacity as Chairman of the Shanghai Fraternity Association. In 1993, backed by Dr. LEE and other Directors, the Shanghai Fraternity Association of Hong Kong made a magnanimous donation of HK$13.5 million towards the establishment of the Shanghai Fraternity Association Research Services Centre on the campus of CUHK.
In November 2000, with Dr. LEE's support, the Shanghai Fraternity Association joined hands with the University to launch the "Home in Hong Kong" project with the aim of providing care and hospitality to the University's undergraduate students from the Mainland. The Association has also contributed to the formation in 2004 of the Mainland Undergraduate Association of the University, the first of its kind among local tertiary institutions.