For Students


“Practical Insights about Talent Development” seminar cum 2021 Spring Programme Info Session

Date:Feb 6, 2021 (Sat)
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Mode:Online via Zoom 
Target:Parents, students and any interested parties
Deadline:Feb 2, 2021
In this seminar, Dr. Matthew Chu (Educational Psychologist, Lecturer of the Department of Psychology, HKU) will talk about how well-being supports flourishment and talent development. Ms. Celene Chang (Experienced educator, Shakespearean actor) will share her passion about Shakespeare, plus the impact of passion and Shakespeare on developing talent. 
There will be time for parents and students to have direct interaction with our speakers. A short introduction of our Creativity and Talent Development Spring Programme 2021 will be included. 
If you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact us via Whatsapp:  6137 6679. Grateful if you could share the information with friends who are interested.
Join us and be inspired!


Dr. Matthew Chu is an Educational Psychologist. He is serving as a Lecturer teaching the postgraduate programs and the founding member of The Special Interest Group for Gifted Education, Creativity and Talent Development, The University of Hong Kong. With his professional specialty in Mindfulness, Positive Psychology and Giftedness, he has been invited to give professional training programs for various government departments, NGOs, and professional bodies, like the Education Bureau, Social Welfare Department, The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education, and The Hong Kong Psychological Society.

Ms. Celene Chang is an experienced educator and a passionate Shakespearean actor. Her aspiration is to share her love for Shakespeare and the joy of Shakespeare with young people through games and performance. Apart from teaching English in local schools and international schools in Hong Kong, she has also taught Shakespeare courses at the Academy of Performing Arts and has directed student productions of Shakespeare plays. Celene was selected as a participant in the IMPACT! Teachers Professional Development Programme in Drama and was trained at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. She furthered her training in Shakespeare at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London.