Dr Chitat CHAN is a registered social worker and associate professor at the Department of Social Work of Hong Kong Baptist University, his research and teaching have centered around narrative practices, digital media, and identity construction. Dr Chan worked in school social work in the 1990s, in secondary school education and educational technology in the 2000s, and has been teaching social work since 2010. He received his social work degree, theatre studies diploma, and MPhil in Hong Kong; and his PhD from Institute of Education, University of London.
Mr Wing-fai LEE, a registered teacher, currently works at Buddhist Wong Wan Tin College, teaching visual arts, computer and liberal studies for many years. Mr Lee obtained the Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Art and Design in Education from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the Master of Science in New Media from the School of Journalism and Communication of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Mr Lee has immense interest in media education. Besides his teaching duties, he has also helped develop the Campus TV and the Broadcasting system at his school since 2001. His students are eager to participate in different media activities and competitions, winning lots of awards in recent years.
Miss Yuk Wai Christie HOO, registered social worker, who received her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Counseling in Hong Kong. Christie is currently the chairman of YouthOnline Association. The Online Youth Association was awarded the "Top Ten Health Websites" by the Office of Film and Television and Entertainment Affairs and was awarded the "Supreme Honor Award" for three consecutive years from 2001 to 2003.