Dr. Kiu Tung PoonDr. Kiu Tung Poon

Dr. Poon Kiu Tung is a resident fellow at Choi Kai Yau College of the University of Macau. She holds degrees in music and piano performance from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (B.A.), the Indiana University Bloomington (M.M.), and the University of Texas at Austin (D.M.A.). Trained as a performing pianist and was named Young Steinway Artist, she has performed in international music festivals including Tanglewood and Aspen, and has given première with Mark Morris Dance Group and Penderecki Quartet. Prior to UM, she has taught at the University of Saint Joseph and Macau Polytechnic Institute, and has coached and accompanied students at the Great Wall International Music Academy in Beijing and the Butler School of Music in the University of Texas at Austin. She looks forward to sharing her expertise in music with CKYC members and engage students with various activities in college life.

 

Dr. Yaning Qi

Dr. Yaning Qi

Dr. Yaning Qi took undergraduate study in Tongji University, Shanghai and obtained her doctoral degree in life sciences at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Her research interests are in Biochemistry and protein engineering. With good records of publication, conference, teaching and community service in academic areas, she joined Procter & Gamble Singapore innovation centre in 2011 as an R&D scientist supporting brands like Pampers and Tide. Her years of experience in both academic and industry areas have not only shaped her into a life scientist, but have more enabled her to embrace the beauty of diversity and inclusion and to appreciate different cultures and talents. Had been appointed as a new hire coach for years in P&G, she would love to share her experience and tips to the RC students about career advice and personal development. She is very enthusiastic about paintings, belly dancing and travelling. Dr. Yaning Qi is also keen in Japanese animation and comics and she is looking forward to having all students join me and enjoy the colourful RC life.