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Our Trustees

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Moi Tran

Co-Secretary

Moi Tran is an award-winning Vietnamese/Chinese Multi-Disciplinary Artist, Performance maker and Set/ Costume designer for Theatre, Film, Dance, Opera, working nationally and internationally. Her practice advocates the power of Diaspora space as a site for decolonial inquiry and to celebrate alternative knowledge making in Global majority groups, with recent work exploring the role of sonic archiving, emotional wisdom and performance on identity construction, history, and heritage. 

 

As educator, Moi lectures at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Royal Welsh and the Royal School of Speech and Drama.

 

Moi is founder of East Asian Ticket Club, an artistic and cultural engagement platform for the ESEA people. Collaborating with national Art and Cultural venues, such as The Royal Court Theatre, Design Museum, Hawkwood, Hampstead Theatre to build engagement programmes specifically for ESEA communities.

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Yen Chit Chong

Trustee

Chit Chong has been a committee member of Hackney Chinese Community Services for the past two years, with the last year as its Secretary. He has been an environmentalist for over three decades, both as a professional and a campaigner.

As a professional, he works on sustainability for a large housing association. As an environmental campaigner, he was the first Green Party Councillor on Hackney Council and is currently campaigning with Extinction Rebellion to protest against climate change. He also collaborates with the Green Economics Institute, specializing in rights for future generations.

He believes that East and South East Asian communities should play a full part in British political, environmental, economic, and community life to ensure that they are strongly represented in Britain's multicultural society. He is looking forward to HCCS representing the East and South East Asian community so that they can support their members' work in these areas for themselves, their individual communities, and East and South East Asians as a whole.

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Lisa Poon

Trustee

Lisa was born in Hong Kong but has been living in London for over 50 years now. She has a lived experience of blending both Eastern and Western cultures and traditions, forming her own identity by combining social norms, practices, and ethical values from both ways of life.

Her working background was in Youth Work, spanning 33 years, during which she worked in various voluntary and statutory youth services and provisions. She thrives on diversity and inclusivity, which is reflected in the work she has undertaken with young people and communities from a variety of backgrounds. She is currently engaged in Family Support Work, working with children and families.

Her experiences include participating in and supporting numerous voluntary community organizations, projects, and campaigns. These experiences also involved her role as a management committee member in different organizations throughout her earlier years. She has been on the Hackney Chinese Community Services management committee for the past 3-4 years.

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Josephine Farrell

Co-Secretary

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Tracy Lieu

Trustee

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Ying Suen

Trustee

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Ben Lee

Treasurer

Ben has been a resident in and around Hackney for over 15 years. He is a multi-disciplined entrepreneur with extensive experience within the finance and property investment industry, with a focus on sustainable investment and proptech. 

 

He is one of the founding members of the charity Hong Kong Assistant and Resettlement Community (HKARC) who aims to support the Hong Kong diaspora to integrate well within the UK communities. Ben has collaborated with HCCS on various occasions to provide consultations to the UK and local governments on Hongkongers-related policies. 

 

Ben spends his spare time on cooking , cycling and listing to electronic music.

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Chaplin Mui

Trustee

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Jason Tong

Trustee

Jason Tong is a senior Healthcare Manager in the NHS and the Charity sector with over 25 years of experience. He has extensive expertise in managing complex organizational change. His expertise in healthcare includes Mental Health, Public Health, Cardiology, Paediatric and Oncology. He is currently leading transformation of paediatric Cancer
services across London and the South East of England.


Jason is a strong believer in tackling health inequalities and has been leading and
championing in social prescribing and personalised care, working in collaboration with the NHS and the Greater London Authority. Jason is also passionate about reducing societal inequalities and is a strong believer in intersectionality. He is the chair in his organisation’s Ethnic Minority Network, championing ESEA agenda.

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