Stars to Shine
Mentorship Programme

“Stars to Shine” Mentorship Programme aims at providing newly retired HK athletes (mentees) with an additional avenue of learning through experience sharing and interaction with seasoned retired famous HK athletes who have successfully developed their second career and gained a wealth of working experience (mentors).

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Mentors Portfolio
Sports Administration & Coaching
Retired Hong Kong cycling athlete and Winner of 2007 Hong Kong Outstanding Youth Award, Gold medalist of road racing in 1998, 2006 and 2010 Asian Games as well as the first “Rainbow Jersey” cycling winner from Hong Kong and the 15 km-scratch World Champion title in 2007 UCI Track World Championships, Mr. WONG Kam Po now works as a Programme Development Executive of Sports Legacy Scheme under Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China, who devotes himself to supporting retired athletes in their transition to pursuing a second career and promoting sports in schools.
Ms. Amy CHAN, JP
Education & Social Service
Renowned Hong Kong Badminton Athlete, 1990 Commonwealth Games Badminton Mixed-Double Gold Medalist, Winner of 1995 Hong Kong Outstanding Youth, Ms. Amy CHAN is the current Chairperson of Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association and the Executive Manager, Racing Development Board / Headmistress, Apprentice Jockey’s School of The Hong Kong Jockey Club. Ms. CHAN has been a public icon for charity, a great supporter of retired athletes and has actively devoted to sports promotion in Hong Kong
Ms. Malina NGAI, JP
Retail Operation & Management
Ms. NGAI, a renowned Hong Kong Athletics and Rowing Athlete, Winner of 2000 Hong Kong Outstanding Youth Award and the Chief Operating Officer of A.S. Watson Retail (HK) Limited. Ms. NGAI has been a keen supporter of charity affairs, she has taken the role of a committee member in a number of government commission boards, she is also the advisor of the Hong Kong Sports Association for Persons with Intellectual Disability and Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth, as well as the Vice President of Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association and a trustee of the Elite Athlete Charitable Trust.
Dr. LEE Yat Keung, Adam
Business – Finance
The first Hong Kong Baseball National Team Captain who has represented Hong Kong as the Honourary Head of Delegation and Team Manager of Hong Kong Women’s and Men’s Baseball Team, Dr. Adam LEE is currently the Managing Director of Kingsway Financial Services of Sunwah Group. Dr. LEE is keen in supporting charities, social service and youth development. He has made much contribution to “The Better Tomorrow” sharing “Talk” to our youngsters.
Business Administration and Public Relations
Retired Hong Kong Wushu Athlete and Hong Kong Team Captain, 3-time World Champion in 1999, 2003 & 2005 in Nanquan and Nangun, as well as the winner of 2009 Hong Kong Outstanding Youth, Mr. CHENG is currently the Assistant General Manager (Corp Communication) of Hopewell Project Development Limited. Mr. CHENG has been devoting in sports development and youth affairs of Hong Kong, taking up a number of key committee roles with the goal of increasing awareness in sports and youth affairs within the community.
Mr. CHUI Kam Tong, Tony
Television, Entertainment & TV Sports Commentator
Retired Triathlon athlete, as well as an enthusiast of soccer and track & field, Mr. Tony CHUI has been working as a soccer commentator and programme host for major games such as the Asian Games and the Winter Olympic Games since retiring from his full-time athletic career. Recently, Mr. CHUI has taken up new challenges and extended his talents into acting.
Ms. Vivian LEE
Public Relations & Events Promotion
Ms. LEE is an Asian Games Silver Medalist in Swimming. She is the Founder and Managing Director of ActionHouse International Limited and has managed many international and major local events as well as press functions. Ms. LEE also has a keen interest in Sports and Marketing and is a member of a number of commission boards.
Mr. YU Sum Yee, Samuel
Disciplinary Force
Retired Artistic Cycling athlete and 2009 East Asian Games Artistic Cycling Men’s Doubles and Men’s Single Gold Medalist, Mr. Samuel YU has been keen on promoting sports. He was one of the programme hosts of the weekly “Police Magazine”. Currently, the Senior Police Inspector is the Operation Commander of District Anti-triad Team (Kwai Tsing).
Mentorship Programme (1st Term)

The first phase of the programme was started in May 2018. Eight famous retired athletes from different industries have agreed to join the programme as Mentors. HKACEP matched the Mentors and Mentees according to their interest and industry and experience association. Through experience sharing and provision guidance by Mentors as well as site visit activities and sharing forum organised by HKACEP, mentees would benefit from the programme in developing their second career.

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Mentorship Programme (2nd Term)

The 2nd Term ""Stars to Shine" Mentorship Programme - mentees recruitment is launched! Interested athletes please sign up at:

Deadline: 31 July 2020