編號 : 2018105
項目名稱 : The development of Fashion Hub in Shamshuipo
講師 : Hon Felix K P Chung
Member of the sixth Legislative Council of HKSAR (Textiles and Garment Sector)
日期 : 14/05/2018
時間 : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
進修時間 : 1.5
地點 : 香港上環干諾道中111號永安中心12樓 1207室測量師研習中心
主辦單位 : 規劃及發展組
截止日期 : 07/05/2018
費用 : HK$ 120 for HKIS member; HK$ 150 for non-member (HK$ 30 walk-in surcharge for all pricings listed)
名額 : HKIS members, First-come-first-served.
語言 : Cantonese supplemented by English
詳情 :



Sham Shui Po district has been a major fabric retail location, most of overseas clients do source materials there. Early in 2018, the HK Government announced that in order to fully capitalize on Sham Shui Po being a traditional garment and fabric wholesale and retail hub, it planned to set up a design and fashion Hub in the district. The plan aims to nurture a new generation of design talents and fashion industry for Hong Kong. This project is not only to develop fashion industry but also to revive the economy of districts in HK.


Biography of Hon Felix K P Chung


Hon Felix K P Chung is at present the Member of the sixth Legislative Council of HKSAR (Textiles and Garment Sector) and Life Hon Chairman of Hong Kong Apparel Society. He is also the Director of the Chungweiming Knitting Fty Ltd.


He graduated from BSC in Quantity Surveying in 1986 in the Robert Gorden University Aberdeen, UK and followed with his MBA degree in Stirling University, Stirling, UK in 1987. He joined his family business in a knitwear factory in late 1988.


Felix Chung also has a good linkage with the Textile & Garment trade and education organizations. In year 2001, with the support from many garment manufacturers, a non-profit making association was formed in the name of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Ltd (HKAS), Felix Chung was the founder of HKAS and nominated to be Chairman until 2012. The aim of HKAS is to link up the Hong Kong SMEs in Textile and Garment industry, to power up the strength, trust and relationship of the industry in order to gain the awareness and reflect the needs to the HKSAR.


In 2013, he founded the Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) aims to gather elites of different specialties to share, plan and promote the development of the fashion industry in Hong Kong.


Other Public Services:


Honorary Life Chairman, Hong Kong Apparel Society (HKAS)

Honorary Chairman, Knitwear Innovation And Design Society Limited (KIDS)

Director, The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong

Advisor, New Territories General Chamber of Commerce

Board of Director, Hong Kong Design Centre

Chairman, Design Discipline Advisory Board (DEDAB) of VTC

Advisor, PMQ

Member, Advisory Committee on Textile & Clothing Industries. (Set up by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.)