• People at our heart

Most see change at Chinachem in the form of the striking buildings we've been creating recently. I see it in the remarkable talent we're now attracting.
Hung Han Wong, Executive Director & COO - Chinachem Group

Creating space for you to make an impact

We are a business with deeply held values and an intense desire to make a positive difference. And to do that we need people, the type of people who share our ambitions. Chinachem has itself been transforming, and the culture we’ve created reflects that. It’s entrepreneurial, it’s vibrant, we welcome challenge, and we encourage collaboration.

Our focus is on giving our people space to grow and flourish in a healthy environment where you’ll learn, influence decisions, and contribute to the positive impact we’re making. But we also understand that work cannot be seen in isolation, it is an integral part of life, just like family, the community, and the things you’re passionate about. So we welcome those as well, because these things matter to you, and we respect that.

A home for dreams

Having well defined goals is a powerful uniting force in a company of more than 3,000. But what we work every day to create, embraces the lives of so many more.

The communities and workplaces we build are homes to the lives, loves, ambitions, highs and lows of a myriad of individuals. Each one of those people is special. Each one has a story. Each one has a dream.

We’d like to introduce you to some of them.

Meet one of our residents

Meet some of our partners

Meet a member of our team


Leadership Team


Hung Han 'HH' Wong

Executive Director and COO, Chinachem Group

Sleeves up and hands on, HH is happy to work on the frontline, taking on whatever challenge is sent his way.  A product of good mentorship, he landed in Hong Kong as a young man after his studies and Singaporean army service.

Since then, HH has worked his way up through three large organisations, along the way gaining vital experience of many aspects of business operations, broadening his mindset and ability to problem solve; Technology, then consulting was followed by his arrival at Chinachem, where he now holds the position of Executive Director & COO. An enthusiastic evangelist for change, HH is a leader by example.


Ricky Tsang

Executive Director and CFO, Chinachem Group

Joined as Group Deputy CFO in March 2020, Ricky Tsang is a finance veteran who comes with over 30 years of experience gained from senior finance and management positions. He was previously an executive director and CFO at Hysan Development, responsible for managing all finance areas, including treasury and investment, as well as for setting appropriate asset enhancement and funding strategies. His exposure to the real estate was further widened at MTR where he was engaged in a core management team responsible for development, leasing and property services of the MTR property and station commercial portfolio. Ricky is a self-starter who plays a key role at Chinachem in enabling the finance system, process and staff to support the transformation and growth of our Group. He is also responsible for managing the Treasury and Investment teams.

Corporate Development

Damien Wu

Managing Director, Corporate Development, Chinachem Group

Successfully tasked with leading Chinachem’s recent transformation, Damien Wu now heads the recently established Corporate Development Division, leading the ongoing expansion of interests for the Group, both at home and abroad.

This mandate to identify and capitalise on new opportunities and revenue streams, leverages Damien’s more than 25 years of experience in start-up entrepreneurship, investment and management. 

With a comprehensive track record of IT management and consulting for a series of major multinationals such as Chinadotcom, Avanade (a Microsoft/Accenture JV) and Link REIT, his experience is further strengthened by his previous involvement in two successful tech start-up ventures.  An evangelist for innovation, he’s also the Chairman of the Smart City Consortium’s Proptech Committee and is an advisor for various organisations such as the HK Science and Technology Park and the Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre (LSCM).

Business Impact, Branding and Marketing

Sylvia Chung

Chief Business Impact Officer, Chinachem Group

The Chinachem Group is entering its second 60 years with a sharp focus on ensuring the impression it makes is always a positive one, and Sylvia Chung’s leadership role in Business Impact, Branding and Marketing (BIBM) Division is central to delivering on that promise.


Alongside advocating for the company’s culture, shaping the business narrative, and ensuring a consistent Chinachem voice throughout, Sylvia is tasked with ensuring that a unique experience awaits those who encounter the Group through its many touch points.  And with the corporate philosophy of creating shared value throughout, her management of the Group’s CSR activities is another vital responsibility within her portfolio.


Transformation has featured regularly in Sylvia’s career trajectory, with several Hong Kong hospitality brands having benefited from her vision and leadership. After successfully remodelling the legendary Miramar Hotel into its contemporary form, the Mira, Sylvia moved to Chinachem and led the development of their L'hotel Group. During her tenure, she successfully opened five properties and later spearheaded the Group’s rebranding into Nina Hospitality.


An enthusiastic supporter of all things Hong Kong, Sylvia has earned numerous awards for her leadership roles and contributions to the hospitality industry and the wider community. Notably, in 2014, she received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the School of Hotel and Tourism at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has always been especially passionate about knowledge-sharing and the educational side of the industry, and in 2023 was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Asia-Pacific Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education (APacCHRIE), the regional industry association’s highest accolade.

Hospitality and Entertainment

Simon Manning

Managing Director, Nina Hospitality

The growth and development of major hotel brands lies at heart of Simon Manning’s three decades experience in Asia and beyond.  Most recently, in his role as Chief Sales and Development Officer for Langham Hospitality Group, he led the company’s four continent expansion from eight to 21 hotels. This followed a senior sales and marketing role for Marriott International, responsible for the revenues of 60 properties across Greater China, Japan and Korea, and ten years heading sales and marketing for the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company in APAC, during which time they grew from three to 21 hotels in the region.

Simon’s deep experience is a major asset for the Nina Hospitality brand as it looks to expand its footprint locally and globally.


Candy Hui

Managing Director, CCG Healthcare, Chinachem Group

Leading Chinachem’s foray into the realm of elderly focused living and ageing-in-place services is Candy Hui.  With the Group since 2019, Candy joined to head up the CEO’s office, providing strategic advice and implementation across a number of key transformational initiatives.  An accountant by profession, Candy has for the past few years been a key driver in the recent land property acquisition activities undertaken by Chinachem, both at home and abroad. Candy has also been in charge of Central Market, the Group’s iconic project.


Following her tenure on the Healthcare Steering committee, her role in the new Healthcare Division spans several developing areas of interest, reflecting her mandate to establish and grow this division of the business.  Alongside this, Candy maintains her position as Non-executive Director of Pine Care Group Limited (HKEX: 1989), one of Hong Kong’s leading providers of healthcare and accommodation for the elderly.

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