School of Decision Sciences
07/10/2020Cyberport and AWS Educate Cloud Career Pathways Competition 2020
Top 10 students
Tam Ka Ki Karen (BBA-SCM)
03/10/2020MonsoonSIM Enterprise Resource Management Competition 2020
2nd Runner-up in the Adventure Group Competition
SDSC Students
26/05/20203rd Social Entrepreneurship Practice Camp
2nd Runner up & Youth Entrepreneurship Award
Cheng Ho Long, Choy Yin Shan (BA-AHCC)
15/05/2020HKIE Best Students Paper Award 2019
Wong Ho Yan Joyce (BBA-SCM)
03/09/2019CILTHK Scholarship 2018/19
Winner
Jessie Poon (BBA-SCM)
06/07/2019The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) Best Student Awards 2015
Best Student Awards, Certificate of Merit and Certificate of Appreciation
BBA-SCM Students
29/05/2019CILTHK Kerry Logistics Scholarship 2018/19
Winner
Charlie Lam (BBA-SCM)
02/03/2019CILTHK Student Day 2019 Competition
1st Runner-up
Chan Siu Long, Poon Wai Sze, Luk Hoi Yan, Chan Chin Ki & Kwok Tin Yi (BBA-SCM)
24/02/20192019 Hong Kong Logistics Case Competition
Champion, 1st Runner-up, Best Team Leader Award & Best Cost-Effective Solution
BBA-SCM Students
26/01/2019International Logistics Case Competition 2019
Champion
Ho Cheuk Kiu & Yeung Lok Sze (BBA-SCM)
06/01/2019Dali Ecologic and Economic Development Creative Challenge Camp 2018
Championship
Cheung Yukyi Joey and Chan Chin Ki (BBA-SCM)
16/07/2018Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong Competition 2018
1st Runner-up
BBA-SCM Students
10/02/2018DataDevelop 2018 Student Case Competition
2nd Runner-up
BMSIM Students
18/11/2017Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply Best Student Awards 2017
Certificate of Appreciation & Certificate of Credit
BBA-SCM Students
04/03/2017 CILTHK Essay 2017 Competition
1st Runner-up
BBA-SCM Students
28/10/2016CIPS Best Student Awards 2016
Certificate of Appreciation & Certificate of Merit
BBA-SCM Students
20/09/2016CILTHK FYP Award 2016
Grade "A"
BBA-SCM Students
20/09/2016CILTHK Case Competition 2016
Champion
BBA-SCM Students
19/03/2016CILTHK Student Day 2016 Competition
1st Runner-up
BBA-SCM Students
21/11/2015The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) Best Student Awards 2015
Best Student Awards, Certificate of Merit and Certificate of Appreciation
BBA-SCM Students
28/02/2015BSA Startup Challenge 168
Champion
WONG Ka Chun, BMSIM Student


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HSUHK Students Enter Top 10 in the Cyberport and AWS Educate Cloud Career Pathways Competition 2020

Top 10 Students
Tam Ka Ki Karen (BBA-SCM)

7 October 2020

(From left) Mr Rex Lai, PIC for Cyberport Tech Career Development Programmes; Mr Perkins Ho, Senior Business Development Manager, AWS; Ms Sammi Lo; Ms Karen Tam; Mr Andy Ho, Senior Business Development Manager, AWS; and Mr Peter Yan, CEO of Cyberport, take a group photo after the award presentation ceremony.

Ms Karen Tam, Year-2 student from the BBA (Hons) in Supply Chain Management programme, and Ms Sammi Lo, Year-3 student from the BBA (Hons) programme, participated in the Cyberport and AWS Educate Cloud Career Pathways Competition 2020 and were awarded as Top 10 Students. They completed assessments in various fields in Information Technology covering Cloud Computing, Machine Learning and Big Data, outperforming other participating students from various local higher education institutions in the number of AWS Educate Badges they earned. In the competition, Karen leant the importance of technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Programming; while Sammi, who majors in Accounting, found it equipped her with the latest professional knowledge of technology for future development.

This competition, co-organised by Cyberport and AWS Educate, aims at nurturing future talents in cloud technology for Hong Kong. Through providing complimentary online training courses of different topics and at different levels, it helps secondary school and university students grasp the essential knowledge of cloud computing.


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The HSUHK’s Students are Awarded in MonsoonSIM Enterprise Resource Management Competition 2020

2nd Runner-up in the Adventure Group Competition
SDSC Students

3 October 2020

On 3 October 2020, students from the School of Business (SBUS) and the School of Decision Sciences (SDSC) of the HSUHK formed four teams and participated in the MonsoonSIM Enterprise Resource Management Competition 2020. After competing with 26 teams from other universities in Hong Kong, two of the teams received the 2nd runner-ups and one entered the top 10 finalists.

After the first round of competition, the teams ‘MedicPro’ and ‘LivLig’, both comprising students from the SBUS, were shortlisted as two of the top 10 teams for the Grand Final competition, while the team ‘Honest Pharmacy’ formed by students from the SDSC entered the Adventure Group competition. Finally, ‘LivLig’ and ‘Honest Pharmacy’ won the 2nd runner-ups in the Grand Final and the Adventure Group competitions respectively. The team ‘LivLig’ and 4 other teams later also attended the MonsoonSIM International Grand Final Competition as Hong Kong representative teams in November and December 2020, which gave them valuable experience. 

The competition is an annual inter-varsity event with the objective of exposing students to the concept of enterprise resource management through interesting and exciting simulation games. Students in teams of five players each will be asked to run virtual companies to compete for the highest business KPI target set for the day to win the competition.


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HSUHK Students Get Fabulous Results in the 3rd Social Entrepreneurship Practice Camp

2nd Runner up & Youth Entrepreneurship Award
Cheng Ho Long & Choy Yin Shan (BA-AHCC)

26 May 2020

3rd Social Entrepreneurship Practice Camp

Mr Ho-long Cheng and Mr Yin-shan Choy from BA (Hons) in Applied and Human-Centred Computing programme participated in the 3rd Social Entrepreneurship Practice Camp between 24 and 26 May 2020, winning the 2nd runner-up and ‘Youth Entrepreneurship Award’ with a cash prize of HK$10,000.

Organised by The Social Entrepreneurship School Education (SEnSE) Program, the competition themed ‘Small Idea, Big Change’ required participating teams to design social innovations suitable for disadvantaged groups in society. To encourage them to draw a long-term blueprint instead of just a short-term plan, each team needed to present to the judges the development direction of the proposed social enterprise in the next 3 to 6 years, in addition to introducing the framework of the plan.

The activity aims to cultivate the caring culture and the design thinking for social entrepreneurship among secondary and post-secondary students.


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BBA-SCM Student Wins HKIE Best Students Paper Award 2019

Wong Ho Yan Joyce (BBA-SCM)
15 May 2020

Group photo of Joyce Wong (3rd from left) with the representative from HKIE (3rd from right) and representatives of the School of Decision Sciences

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Logistics and Transportation Division (HKIE LTD) organised The HKIE LTD Best Students Papers Awards 2019 for outstanding students studying logistics, engineering or supply chain management degree programmes in Hong Kong to promote innovative ideas and research in the design and implementation of sustainable logistics and transportation systems in the territory.  Over the years, this award was presented to the excellent students in the local universities and this was the first time that HSUHK’s BBA-SCM student participated in this event.

After several rounds of selection, including documentary assessment and video presentation, Wong Ho Yan Joyce (BBA-SCM, Year 4 student in AY2018/19) won the HKIE Best Students Paper Award 2019. Members of the judging panel were impressed by Joyce’s performance in the various assessment areas which enabled her to take the prize.


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BBA-SCM Student Won CILTHK Scholarship 2018/19

Winner
Jessie Poon (BBA-SCM)
3 September 2019

CILTHK Scholarship 2018/19

Jessie Poon (BBA-SCM, Year 4) has won the CILTHK Scholarship 2018/19. Among participants from a number of tertiary institutions, Jessie Poon was awarded the Scholarship in the Bachelor Degree category. The Scholarship had rounds of selection, including documentary assessment and a final interview. Specifically, the judging panel looked into candidates’ academic achievements, outstanding extra-curricular activities, commitment to serving the society, and dedication to pursue career development in logistics industry. Members of the judging panel were impressed by Jessie’s performance and her achievements in various assessment areas.


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BBA-SCM students took championship in the International Logistics Case Competition 2019

Best Student Awards, Certificate of Merit and Certificate of Appreciation
BBA-SCM Students
6 July 2019

International Logistics Case Competition 2019

The 10th International Logistics Case Competition 2019 was held from 29 June to 6 July in Seoul, Korea, with the aim to enhance students’ leadership skills, problem-solving skills and creative thinking. It was joined by university students around the globe, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and Netherland. The team-based intensive competition created a simulated business reality where students had to resolve a workplace problem. Participants also went to visit local logistics companies, including DB Schenker, Korean Air Cargo Terminal, Lotte Mart and LF Logistics.

A total of ten teams participated in the competition, in which HSUHK’s students Cheuk-kiu Ho and Lok-sze Yeung (BBA-SCM, Year 3), who teamed up with two students from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and one student from Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), won the Championship.

The team comprising HSUHK’s students Lok-sze Yeung (1st from left) and Cheuk-kiu Ho (1st from right) (both BBA-SCM, Year 3) got the championship.


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HSUHK Student Won CILTHK Kerry Logistics Scholarship 2018/19

Winner
Charlie Lam (BBA-SCM)
29 May 2019

CILTHK Scholarship 2018/19

Lam Nga-kwan, Charlie (BBA-SCM, Year 4) has won the CILTHK Kerry Logistics Scholarship 2018/19. Among the participants from tertiary institutions, Charlie Lam was awarded the Scholarship in the Bachelor’s Degree category. The Scholarship had rounds of selection, including documentary assessment and a final presentation after a visit to Kerry Logistics. Specifically, the judging panel looked at candidates’ academic achievements, outstanding extra-curricular activities, performance in final round presentation and commitment to pursue career development in logistics industry. Members of the judging panel were impressed by Charlie’s performance and her achievements in various assessment areas.


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HSUHK’s SCM Team won the First Runner-up in the CILTHK Student Day 2019 Competition

1st Runner-up
Chan Siu Long, Poon Wai Sze, Luk Hoi Yan, Chan Chin Ki & Kwok Tin Yi (BBA-SCM)
2 March 2019

CILTHK Student Day 2019 Competition

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong (CILTHK) hosts the annual Student Day with missions to raise young people’s concern about the current issues of logistics and transport in Hong Kong, and to encourage them to develop their future career in related industries. This year, the CILTHK, collaborating with The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), held the Student Day on 2 Mar 2019 at CUHK. Seven teams formed by students from tertiary institutions in Hong Kong and Macau took part in this competition. Participants were required to analyse and formulate solutions to problems relating to transport and logistics under time constraints.

A five-member team, consisting of Chan Siu Long, Poon Wai Sze, Luk Hoi Yan, Chan Chin Ki and Kwok Tin Yi, was coached and supervised by Dr Eugene Wong. Students also received trainings from professors of the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management (SCM). They represented HSUHK’s BBA-SCM programme and gave an excellent presentation with impressive analyses on the topic entitled “Is it a natural tendency for e-commerce (online retailer) to provide in-house logistics service”. The team was finally awarded the First Runner-up in the competition.


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HSUHK Students took Championship and First Runner-up in Hong Kong Logistics Case Competition 2019

Champion, 1st Runner-up, Best Team Leader Award & Best Cost-Effective Solution
BBA-SCM Students
24 February 2019

Hong Kong Logistics Case Competition 2019

The Hong Kong Logistics Case Competition 2019 was held between 22 and 24 Feb 2019 aiming at promoting practical problem-solving skill and creative thinking capability of post-secondary students. It is a team-based case competition in a simulated business reality where students need to resolve workplace problem and enhance their career development. A total of eight teams formed by students from tertiary institutions in Hong Kong took part in this hackathon competition. HSUHK BBA-SCM students won the champion and first runner-up in this competition.

Champion (HSUHK team, formed by four BBA-SCM Year 4 students)
Cheung Man Yee
Lam Nga Kwan Charlie
Cheng Wing Ching
Mak Ka Hei

First Runner-up (Joint-university team)
Li Lok Yi (HSUHK BBA-SCM Year 4 student)
Other team members from another university


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HSUHK Students Won Second Runner-up in DataDevelop 2019 Student Case Competition

Champion
Ho Cheuk Kiu & Yeung Lok Sze (BBA-SCM)
26 January 2019

DataDevelop 2019 Student Case Competition

A five-member team formed by Pak-hei Fan, Ka-yan Sin, Siu-hung Ting, Kin-fung Wong and Yung-chi Yiu (BMSIM students) won the 2nd runner-up in the DataDevelop 2019 Student Case Competition held on 26 January 2019. The competition was organised by DataDevelop Consulting Ltd, where participants were from local tertiary institutions. The competition this year included two keynote speeches and a group brainstorming, allowing the participants to learn and build network with experts in the industry and academia.


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HSUHK Students Won Second Runner-up in DataDevelop 2019 Student Case Competition

Championship
Cheung Yukyi Joey and Chan Chin Ki (BBA-SCM)
6 January 2019

Dali Ecologic and Economic Development Creative Challenge Camp 2018
Two BBA-SCM students: Chan Chin Ki and Cheung Yukyi Joey teamed up with three students from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and took the Championship in a student competition.
The Global Engagement Program of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Dali Ecologic and Economic Development Creative Challenge Camp 2018 was held from 23 December 2018 to 6 January 2019 at Shanghai and Dali, China.
Faced with the challenge of development and promotion of local agricultural products in Dali, students formulated a marketing plan for using Dali’s bees. After visiting the company, the team members identified the problems and opportunities of the local enterprises and gave a practical brand building plan for a potential solution.


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HSMC Students First Runner-up in Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong Competition 2018

1st Runner-up
BBA-SCM Students
16 July 2018

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong Competition 2018
A team formed by four BBA-SCM Year 4 students was first runner-up in the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong – Pitch Competition 2018. Team members included Tse Kam Ha, Joanna; Lee Ho Hing, Neil; Kwok Lai Ha, Sonia and Tam Wing Yan, Cynthia. They were led by Dr Eugene Wong, Assistant Professor of the Department Supply Chain and Information Management.
With rapid development of technology such as 5G network, the team believed that “smart transportation” could become a new focus in Hong Kong by applying the ideas of Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data. Their idea of transforming local transportation to an automated, system-guided and real-time responding transportation in Hong Kong was recognised.


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HSMC Team Second Runner-up in DataDevelop 2018 Student Case Competition

2nd Runner-up
BMSIM Students
10 February 2018

DataDevelop 2018 Student Case Competition
A five-member team formed by the Bachelor of Management Science and Information Management (BMSIM) programme won the Second Runner-up in DataDevelop 2018 Student Case Competition on 10 Feb 2018, the participants of which were all from local tertiary institutions. The DataDevelop 2018 Student Case Competition – Hong Kong included a few keynote speeches which enabled the participants to learn from experts in the supply chain management industry and exchanged with them.
Members of BMSIM Team:
Law Shu Kai
Leung Chi Woon
Li Sing Yin
Lo Ying Pui
Tung Chi Ho


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Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) CIPS Best Student Awards 2017

Certificate of Appreciation & Certificate of Credit
BBA-SCM Students
18 November 2017

Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) CIPS Best Student Awards 2017
Three BBA (Honours) in Supply Chain Management Year 4 students were awarded in the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) Best Student Awards 2017. At the CIPS Best Student Awards presentation ceremony held on 18 Nov 2017, Ms Tam Wing Yan, Cynthia received a Certificate of Credit; Ms Yip Wing Sze, Jasmine and Mr Chang Yau Shing, Sunny received the Certificate of Appreciation.
This is the fifteenth year that CIPS implements the “Best Student Award Scheme” in Hong Kong. The awards are given to full-time post-secondary students who are studying sub-degree or degree courses with purchasing and supply chain management as major core competence.
Same as the previous year, the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management nominated three SCM Year 4 students to the award-selection panel. Nominees were required to submit their resumes and to write an essay about “How technology is transforming procurement”. They were also required to attend a panel interview through which the assessment panel members discussed with them various aspects of the procurement and supply chain profession.


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Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) CIPS Best Student Awards 2016

Certificate of Appreciation & Certificate of Merit
BBA-SCM Students
28 October 2016

Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) CIPS Best Student Awards 2016

Mr Wong Kin Cheung Kelvin, a Year-4 student of the BBA (Honours) in Supply Chain Management, received a Certificate of Merit at the CIPS Best Student Awards presentation ceremony on 28 October 2016 during the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) HK Conference.  This is the fourteenth year that CIPS implements the “Best Student Award Scheme” in Hong Kong.  The awards are given to full-time post-secondary students who are studying sub-degree or degree courses which have purchasing and supply chain management as major core competence.

As the previous year, the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management nominated three SCM Year-4 students to the award-selection panel.  Nominees were required to submit their resumes and to write an essay about “How Procurement can add value to an organisation, in what ways”.  They were also required to attend a panel interview through which the assessment panel members discussed with them on various aspects of the procurement and supply chain profession.  Besides Kelvin, the other two nominees, Miss Tsang Wai Sheung Alice and Miss Wong Wing Kiu Phoebe, received Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of their participation in the event.


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SCM Students Took Champions in Two CILTHK Competitions

Grade “A” & Champion
BBA-SCM Students
20 September 2016

CILTHK Case Competition 2016
CILTHK FYP Award 2016

The Department of Supply Chain and Information Management is delighted to share with you that our students have achieved outstanding results in two competitions, which were open to Hong Kong tertiary education institutions. This was the first time they participated in these two competitions.

1. CILTHK Case Competition 2016

The theme this year was “Innovative Ideas for Logistics and Transport Industry in Hong Kong”. Among all submissions, SCM students Chan Kuan U Luis, Wong Tsz Kin Jimmy and Kok Man Kit Steve took the champion.  The first and second runner-ups were students from PolyU and HKUST.

The award is awarded to full-time undergraduate students (bachelor or sub-degree) studying in tertiary education institutions in Hong Kong. The focus of their studies must be transport / logistics or related discipline. Submissions can be on individual basis or a group of maximum 4 members.

There are two rounds of assessments based on the below criteria.

(1) Innovative: Idea of the project, its uniqueness and innovativeness 30%
(2) Idea Description: Project background, objectives, whether the project gives a comprehensive description 20%
(3) Research: Project implementation in other countries, its application status and future trend 20%
(4) Feasibly and Implementation: Whether the project is applicable in Hong Kong transport/logistics sector 20%
(5) Structure and Organisaton: Structure and organisation of the presentation 10%

2. CILTHK FYP Award 2016

This award is open for undergraduates to highlight excellence in their Final Year Projects relating and contributing to the development for Best Practice and/or Innovation in the field of logistics or transportation.

Two Grade “A” team reports from related bachelor programmes were invited to be nominated for the Award. This year, a total of 10 nominations came from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Hang Seng Management College. Eventually there was only one award, and the winning team was from HSMC.  The team and project details are as follows:

Title of Project: Analysis on arrival sequencing methods for smoothing arrival congestion & reducing arrival delay in HKIA
Group Supervisor: Dr Karolina Glowacka
Group Members: Chan Yuet Fai Novena, Kok Man Kit, Lam Yin Tung, Lui Cheuk Man, Yan Kwai Kit

The award presentation was held on 20 September during the CILTHK AGM at the Hong Kong Football Club.  All the awarded students were invited to attend the ceremony.


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CILTHK Student Day 2016 Competition

1st Runner-up
BBA-SCM Students
19 March 2016

 
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong (CILTHK) hosted the annual Student Day with a mission to raise young people’s concerns on the current issues of logistics and transport in Hong Kong, and to encourage them to develop their future career in related industries.
The five-member team of BBA-SCM programme won the First Runner-up in the competition with an impressive analysis and presentation on the topic “Do you see a bright future in the air cargo industry?  What are the challenges and opportunities ahead?”
Members of the team are:
Miss CHAN Ka Yan Jessica (BBA-SCM Year 4)
Miss CHUI Hoi Man GiGi (BBA-SCM Year 4)
Mr LAU Tak Sing Jimmy (BBA-SCM Year 3)
Mr NG Sing Chun John (BBA-SCM Year 4)
Mr SHEK Tin Pui Oscar (BBA-SCM Year 3)


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The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) Best Student Awards 2015

Best Student Awards, Certificate of Merit and Certificate of Appreciation
BBA-SCM Students
21 November 2015

 
This is the thirteenth year that CIPS organised the “Best Student Awards” in Hong Kong.  The awards are given to full-time post-secondary and outstanding students who are studying sub-degree or degree courses with purchasing and supply chain management as a major core competence.
The Department of Supply Chain and Information Management nominated three SCM Year-4 students to participate in the award selection with the following awards received:
Best Student Awards
Miss CHAN Ka Yee Kelly (BBA-SCM Year 4)
Certificate of Merit
Miss CHAN Yuet Fai Novena (BBA-SCM Year 4)
Certificate of Appreciation

Mr LEUNG Hon Nam Jacky (BBA-SCM Year 4)


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BSA Startup Challenge 168

Champion
WONG Ka Chun, BMSIM Student
28 February 2015

 
Mr WONG Ka Chun from the BMSIM Programme received the Championship of BSA Startup Challenge Competition.
Organised by BSA/The Software Alliance, with Intellectual Property Department of HKSAR Government, Customs and Excise Department of the HKSAR Government and Cyberport as co-organisers, the competition aimed at promoting software innovation, entrepreneurship and intellectual property rights among university students. Participants were required to produce a prototype and a marketing plan for their business ideas within 168 hours and to give a presentation to the panel consisting of start-uppers and representatives from major technology companies and government officials.
The team created a webpage entitled “TravelUs” which serves as an agency to let travellers select their preferred tour guide in advance and tailor-make their itinerary in order to explore the local culture of Hong Kong. This competition not only helped to expand participants’ networks, but also provided important insights into starting a new business from scratch.