2016年8月21日星期日

Three Hundred Engineers Gathering to support Ir. Dr. Lo Wai Kwok

I was honour to be invited to attend the Engineers Gathering for Ir. Dr. Lo Wai Kwok election kickoff meeting of 2016 Legislative Council Election Functional Consitituency (Engineering) on 20th August 2016.  I knew Dr. WK Lo through Dr. Aaron Tong (Former Chairman, HKSQ) and my first impression was in TQM’s leaflet about their photo for achieving HKIA Quality and Productivity Awards.  I joined Hong Kong Society for Quality (HKSQ) since 1997.  I found that Ir. Dr. WK Lo was our founding member and the Chairman’s report (1992/1993) had congratulation statement “Congratulations to our past Committee member, Mr. W.K. Lo for his double achievements in last year - the Young Industrialist Award and the Outstanding Young Person of 1992.”  I took photo with Dr. Lo in the beginning of the gathering for memory.


I met many friends and took some of them for memory.
Mr. Harry Li (Past President, The Institute of Industrial Engineers (Hong Kong) - IIE(HK))


My old boss Ir. SW Cheung (Former VP, Business Development and Technology Support, HKSTP)


My EngD Supervisor Dr. K.S. Chin also came to support Ir. Dr. WK Lo.


Our former Chairman Dr. Aaron Tong took a photo with Dr. Lo.


Moreover, I also met Ir. Prof. Peter K.W. Mok (Former Chairman of HKQAA) and Ir C.S. Ho (Deputy Chairman, HKQAA). In addition, Dr. Jason Kong (Vice Chairman, ISSC) and Prof. Philip Chan (Advisor, ISSC) were also presented.  Dr. Jackson Tang (HKIE), Mr. SL Mak (HKIE), and many HKIE-MIE previous chairmen were participated this meeting.

The starting the election kickoff meeting, some senior professional engineers gave speech and the first one was previous double councils member.


The second one was Dr. Raymond HO Chung-ta (Previous Legco member) who was the first one sign the supporting for Dr. WK Lo for this election.


Ir. SS Lee (previous CEO, HKSTP) was also support to Dr. Lo and gave a speech.  He was previous Chairman of the Construction Industry Council.  


Others senior professionals were invited to give speech for supporting Ir. Dr. WK Lo on coming election.  One of speakers was Dr. Lo’s F5 teacher!! (They knew each other more than 40 years.)


The last two speakers were Ir. Dr. WK Lo’s election officers.  


Then Ir. Dr. WK Lo briefed his election vision, mission and his past efforts.


There were three hundred engineers joined and my observed society included HKIE, HKSQ, IET, IIE, ISSC and other Construction related associations.  


Dr. Lo kept his first election banner and demonstrated in here again!


Young Engineers supported Dr. Lo in four years ago and come back to present what they observed Dr. Lo’s work. 


The group photo of supporters was taken at the end.  I would like to invite every Engineer who was HKIE members to support Ir. Dr. WK Lo.


Reference:
Ir. Dr. WK Lo 2016 Election Page - http://www.drwklo2016.hk/index.asp

Dr. Lo’s speech in different Professional conferences/events:
20151008: HKQAA Hong Kong Registration Ceremony of Recycling Services Pilot Program and Kickoff of Eco-friendly Series - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2015/10/hkqaa-hong-kong-registration-ceremony.html
20150715: The 6th International Conference on Systematic Innovation - ICSI 2015 (Day 1) - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2015/07/the-6th-international-conference-on.html
20150611: AQBPA Award Ceremony Cum ISSC Annual Dinner 2015 - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2015/06/aqbpa-award-ceremony-cum-issc-annual.html
20150330: The Inauguration Ceremony of the 30th Anniversary of HKAAST and the 25th Anniversary of GATE - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2015/03/the-inauguration-ceremony-of-30th.html
2014125: HKQAA Hong Kong Cooking Oil Registration Scheme Launching Ceremony cum Pilot Programme Presentation Ceremony - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2014/12/hkqaa-hong-kong-cooking-oil.html
20130626: International Symposium on Innovation Excellence and Practices 2013 - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2013/06/international-symposium-on-innovation.html
20130329: The Inauguration Ceremony of HKAAST and GD-HKAPTE - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2013/03/the-inauguration-ceremony-of-hkaast-and.html


2016年8月20日星期六

Open Forum – Innovators meets Entrepreneurs

The Open Forum named “From Digital Leadership to Re-Industrialization: Innovators meets Entrepreneurs” organized by Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University on 20th August 2016.  The City University of Hong Kong Engineering Doctorate Society (CityU EngD Society) was one of supporting organization.  This open forum aimed to invite speakers from the government, industry and academic to discuss the trend, direction, experience and cases on how digital leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs contributed toward the processes of re-industrialization.  In the beginning, Dr. Walter Fung as forum coordinator introduced the forum arrangement and topics.


Then all guest speakers were took a photo for memory.


Prof. Cao Jiannong (Chair Professor and Head, Department of Computing, PolyU) gave a welcome speech. Then he introduced their digital leadership program.  He said we were in the digital ecosystem including big data, cloud computing, AI, etc. For instance, they promoted Smart-Ageing (or Active-Ageing) in which not only focused on health but also mental and social impacts.  


The first speaker was Dr. Joseph C.K. Liu (Director, China Concord Ltd.) and his topic entitled “Local Biotechs: Unleash the Power”.  Firstly, he introduced HKSTP biotech tenants/incubatees whose related bio-diagnostics.  There were 38 companies in HKSTP currently in which come from CUHK (4, 27%), HKU (3, 20%), HKUST (2, 13%) and HKBU (1, 7%).  


Previous companies from CityU led by Prof. Michael Yang included Multigene Diagnostics Ltd., Genetel Pharmaceutical Ltd; led by Prof. Cheng Shuk Han included Vitargent (International) Biotechnology.  For CUHK, Arbele and Xcelom led by Prof. Dennis Lo.   Then Dr. Liu introduced Hong Kong X-Tech Start-Up Foundation which established on 16 July 2016.


Dr. Liu said the discovery process of the future would begin with an understanding of disease at the molecular level.  So that molecular diagnostics and other related technologies were very important.  Finally, he pointed out the future biotech trend would be more Personalized, Predictable and Preventive Medicine (3Ps).



The second speaker was Mr. Howard Lau (Chief Architect, Data Center Solution, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.) and his topic named “Can Hong Kong follow the way of Chinese Style Technology Innovation?”  


Firstly, he explained the types of innovation in China could be separated into “Technology”, “Cost”, “Proces”, “Application”, “Supply Chain”, “Product”, “Business Model” and “Non-customer”.  The first example for technology innovation was Mozihao which was the first quantum satellite.  The last example was “Non-customer” that mean to change from non-customer to customer. 


Then Mr. Lau discussed some factors could help innovations such as Ideas and Resource (including Money, Skill Labour / Knowledge, Place, Time, Network / Eco-system, and Government Policy / Support).  Finally, he observed Chinese Innovation focused on practical way such as problem solving, cost-performance, functional, small improvement, reverse engineering, etc.  Finally, he tried to any the topic question.  He said China and Shenzhen were very good in network and ecosystem.  Hong Kong companies could join in this network and ecosystem, so as to let Hong Kong growth faster.  


Dr. David Chung (Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, ITB) and his briefed the policy and direction of Innovation and Technology Bureau.  Firstly, David mentioned the aims of the development of local innovation and technology below.
i)                   Transform Hong Kong into a knowledge-based economy
ii)                  Diversify our economy and increase our competitiveness
iii)                Provide quality employment opportunities, especially for our youth
iv)                Improve quality of life for Hong Kong people


Then he introduced the role and focus of the Government that to be both Connector and Facilitator, but not a Player.  Therefore, they focused to create an ecosystem for I&T development.  During he analyzed our strengths and opportunities, he mentioned there was about 1600 I&T start-ups in Hong Kong in 2015 which increased 50% compared to 2014.  Moreover, growth of Hong Kong’s start-up ecosystem was ranked Number 5 globally in 2015!  However, we also faced many challenges such as 90% SMEs in Hong Kong with relative low investment in R&D and lack of manufacturing base.  


After that David briefed some funding program they initiated for University and Industries in the following slide. 


Lastly, he told us the main drive was “Re-industrialization”.  We needed to develop high value-added industries and manufacturing processes in Robotics, Smart City and Healthy Ageing.  In order to attract high value-added manufacturing industries, the following activities were being done.
i)                   Science Park expansion
ii)                 New Industrial Estate Policy – Multi-Storey Building
iii)                New sites near Liantang / Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point (Long Term)


The forth speaker was Dr. Bryan Wong (Executive Director, LTBL Co., Ltd.) and his presentation title was “Transformational Global eBusiness via Social Media”. Firstly, he pointed out some cases for demonetization such as Newspapers, IDD, SMS, Maps, Torch, GPS, and Camera … etc. He added that transformation could be anyone, anywhere and anytime and they were so suddenly.  


He briefed 5 Transformation and summarized as below:
i)                   Demonetization (e.g. Freemium)
ii)                  Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime (e.g. Apps & Social Media)
iii)                Sharing Economy (e.g. Uber, Alibaba, Airbnb, Facebook, etc.)
iv)                 Legal Uncertain (e.g. Uber)
v)                  Disruption (e.g. skype, Netflix, Uber and Dreamtrips)
Then he briefed the business model of such transformation through social media.


After that he described mobile social media.  He said mobile as our organs and social media was un-detachable.  3S stands for Social, Sharing and Sentimental.  Key Opinion Leaders (KOL) was focused on user experience.  He also mentioned the changes of Advertising media from Traditional Advertising to Social Media Targeted Advertising and finally to Social Media Soft Marketing.  


Finally, he told us the successful Social Media Marketers were “Impressive Personal Branding”, “Educational”, “Story Telling”, “Image Director”, “KOL” and “Influential Entrepreneur”.  Lastly, he quoted Ohmae Kenichi (大前研一) book named “One Man Ecomony” to explain about Social Media Ecosystem.


During the break, I needed to support Ir. Dr. Hon Lo Wai-kwok (LegCo Member (Engineering)) Election Gathering. It was pity that I missing the following topics.

The fifth speaker was Dr. Abraham Lam (Director, MEGA Automation Ltd., Fusquare Technology Ltd. (Shenzhen)) and presentation topic named “Applying Internet of Things (IoT) into buildings – a R&D startup of Qianhai”.

Dr. Thomas Chan Man-hung (Director of China Business Centre, PolyU) was the last speaker and his topic entitled “Re-industrialization in Hong Kong and Pearl Delta Region”.

Reference:
CityU Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Society - http://www.engd.org/  
Engineering Doctorate (Engineering Management) - http://www.cityu.edu.hk/seem/prg-engd.htm
20151017: CityU EngD Open Forum – Innovation and Entrepreneurship - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2015/10/cityu-engd-open-forum-innovation-and.html



2016年8月19日星期五

Cyberport Smart-Clinic Seminar on HKQAA Startups Registration Scheme

After our last visited Cyberport on 15 Jun 2016, HKQAA and Cyberport organized the Smart-Clinic Seminar named “How to Gain Business Partners’ Trust by using Management Tools”.  We would like to introduce the scheme named “HKQAA Hong Kong Registration - Start-ups”.  I was invited by HKQAA to give a talk together.  Before the seminar, Mr. Nic Chan (Account Manager, HKQAA), Mr. Nathan Liu (Smart-Space Community Manager, Cyberport) and I took a photo for memory.


Then Mr. Nathan Liu introduced us to all Cyberport incubatees.


I was the first speaker and my topic was “Quality Startup Management System” in which I briefed the history and development of that scheme.  HKSTP and Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA) kicked off the "Hong Kong Innovation & Technology Support Programme" and signed MOU on 24 Mar 2015.  One of our services is provided recognition for start-up business matching.  Therefore, we assisted HKQAA to establish “HKQAA Hong Kong Registration - Start-ups” and aimed to nurture technology startups and foster their long term development.  


Why we had this idea?  It was because my experience to assist three of incubatees in Science Park to achieve HOKLAS accreditation, ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certifications.  Most incubatees seek certification to verify their service and product at the last minutes and it was found that those incubatees invested a lot of manpowers to do it.  We would like to do some foundation and enhance their management awareness for long term business development.  Therefore, we thought the simplified version is more suitable.  


In my analysis, most of our incubatees’ milestones that planed but not met were focused on business development area (not in technology / product development areas).  So the scheme design aimed to assist incubatees (startup) to get the first customer through business matching under HKQAA assurance.


Mr. Nic Chan was the second speaker and he introduced HKQAA role and responsibility.  HKQAA was non-profit-distributing organization and established by the Hong Kong Government in 1989.  Scope of services included QMS, EMS, Food Safety MS, OHSMS and Social Compliance/Accountability, etc.


He also mentioned the limitation of startup for certification included “Limited Resource”, “Shortage of Manpower”, “Lack of Recognition”, and “Lack of Track Record”.  


During development of “HKQAA Hong Kong Registration - Start-ups”, they gathered the needs, expectations and concerns from different stakeholders included “Incubator”, “Angel/VC”, “Academic”, “Big Corporations” and “Start-ups”.  Then Nic briefed the partner and supporting organizations.


On 13 May 2016, HKQAA Symposium invited Mr Nicholas W. Yang, JP, Secretary for Innovation and Technology, the Government of the HKSAR, to be officiating guest of the kickoff ceremony, indicating that scheme was supported by Hong Kong Government.


On 13 May 2016, HKQAA Symposium invited Mr Nicholas W. Yang, JP, Secretary for Innovation and Technology, the Government of the HKSAR, to be officiating guest of the kickoff ceremony, indicating that scheme was supported by Hong Kong Government.


Reference:
20160513: HKQAA Symposium – Startups Registration Scheme Kicks off - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/05/hkqaa-symposium-startups-registration.html
20160615: Visit to Cyberport for Quality Startup Scheme - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/06/visit-to-cyberport-for-quality-startup.html



2016年8月12日星期五

HKSQ AGM 2016 and QFD Seminar

A seminar named “You cannot design tomorrow's products using yesterday's QFD” was organized by Hong Kong Society for Quality (HKSQ) after the 27th HKSQ Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 12 Aug 2016.  I would like to share both HKSQ AGM 2016 and Seminar below.


Mr. Peter Fung (Chairman, HKSQ) held the meeting and briefed the Chairman report to all members.  Until now, HKSQ has 366 individual members, 4 student members and 13 corporate members (by invitation only).  Then Peter briefed HKSQ activities in 2015/2016 including study mission to Purzer Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Taipei, technical visit, international networking and student project competition in LSG Sky Chefs.

After that our Hon. Treasurer Mr. Karson Chui presented HKSQ financial status in the official report and unaudited report. 

Ms. Minda Chiang (Hon. Secretary) reported all participants tonight and AGM agenda.  The nominations of Office Bearers in 2016/2017 were shown below.
Chairman: Mr. Peter Fung
Vice Chairman: Ms. Angela Wong
Hon. Secretary: Ms. Sherman Ngan
Hon Treasurer: Dr. Lotto Lai


After that the AGM seminar guest speaker was Dr. Catherine Chan and his topic named “You cannot design tomorrow's products using yesterday's QFD”.  Firstly, she introduced the new QFD standard ISO 163555.


Then she introduced Mr. Glenn Mazur who was Executive Director of QFD Institute, USA and the first person presented this standard in ASQ World Conference for Quality and Improvement (WCQI). (Remark: I attended his presentation with the topic named “ISO 16355: A Standard for Innovative Customer Experience” in WCQI on 17 May 2016 (WCQI Day 2))


Dr. Catherine Chan mentioned the purpose of ISO 163555 were “to elevate quality professionals to take on a leadership role in new product development” and “to invigorate the Lean-6-Sigma Tool Set with QFD’s Front-End Methods & Tools”.  The standard framework was shown as follows:
Part 1 – General Principle & perspective of QFD Method
Part 2 – Acquisition of Non-quantitative VOC or VOS
Part 3 – Acquisition of Quantitative VOC or VOS
Part 4 – Analysis of Non-Quantitative & Quantitative VOC/VOS
Part 5 – Solution Strategy
Part 6 – Optimization – Robust Parameter Design
Part 7 – Optimization – Tolerance Design & Output to Manufacturing
Part 8 – Guidelines for Commercialization & Life Cycle


Then she brief QFD – Quality Function Deployment that was a method to assure customer or stakeholder satisfaction and value with new and existing products by designing in, from different levels and different perspectives the requirements that are most important to the customer or stakeholders.

The word “Function” had separated into “Quality Function” and “Product Function”.  And there were two types of “Deployment” that one was Extraction (Pull out the embedded items or a particular aspect & organize the pulled out items systematically) and the other was Conversion (Translate items of one aspect into items of another aspect).
Extraction to Conversion = Voice of Customer Demanded Qualities  Quality Elements

However, the House of Quality ranking was not mathematically operated and it was suggested to employ Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) for improving the calculation. 

Finally, Dr. Catherine Chan briefed the Theory & Principles of QFD below.
i)             Prioritize information to focus
ii)            Understand how to cause good quality
iii)           Listen to the Voice of the Customer
iv)           Observe the customer’s situation
v)            Capture information from other sources
vi)        Improve internal communication through the transformation of information between perspectives



Our Chairman Mr. Peter Fung presented souvenir to Dr. Catherine Chan.


Reference:


The 15th Annual Meeting of the Extenics (全國第15屆可拓學年會) – Day 2

The 15th Annual Meeting of the Extenics (全國第15屆可拓學年會) was organized by Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence (CAAI) (中國人工智能學會), undertook by CAAI Extenics Professional Committee (中國人工智能學會可拓學專業委員會) and Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University (NITZU) (浙江大學寧波理工學院) form 10 to 12 Aug 2016.  The Day 2 of the meeting was on 12 Aug 2016. The morning session was parallel sessions.  One part was to continue the Level 2 examination and the other part was Extenics research reporting. 


Mr. Yin Hanfan (鄞漢藩) (General Secretary, SZIPS) also presented the Four Steps of Extensive Innovation.


Then Prof. Jiang Fan (江帆) (School of Mechanical and Electric Engineering, Guangzhou University) presented the Concept of Basic-element.  


Mr. Cai Ziwei (蔡子維同學) selected the Extension Transformation as presentation topic.


Ms. Ma Shumei (馬書美同學) presented the Application of Dependent Functions


 Finally, Mr. Li Wen Guang (李文廣) (Shenzhen Micro I Technology Ltd.) presented Conjugation Pairs.


We discussed each items and aligned some presentation skill and we all enjoyed some funny discussion items.


The closing ceremony was held in afternoon session and I took a photo with Prof. Xingsen Li (李興森).  


Prof. Cai Wen (蔡文) was the keynote speaker in the closing session and his presentation named “Gathering talent people in different fields, and building China original new science” (集各界英才, 建設好我國原創的新學科).  Prof. Cai’s speech was separated into three parts and they were “What we had done?”, “What we need to do?” and “How we to do it internationally?”


Firstly, Prof. Cai introduced the whole Extenics theory system and he explained that “Extenics is to study how to solve contradiction problem.  Contradiction problem is defined that you are not available to achieve your target under given certain condition.  Moreover, it could also create new ideas for new product development.”  Prof. Cai added that they insisted more than 30 years and developing a team form one person to many people in the Extenics field.  The most important element was “Insistent”.


Then Prof. Cai briefed some achievement about Extenics.  One of items was in Robotic, Prof. Luigi Vladareanu studied Extenics and his research topic named “The Extended Hybrid Force-Position Control of the Robotic Systems”. And they got the gold award in the International Exhibition of Inventions, Geneva.  Then he briefed their previous works included 19 times Mainland researcher study, 5 times International Extenics researcher studies, etc. Moreover, he mentioned several events in Hong Kong in 2016. It included Seminars and the 1st World Summit for Chinese Quality (WSCQ).  He emphasized that Extenics needed to go outside and internationalization.  Hong Kong team would play important role for this target.


After that Prof. Cai said someone suggested him to explain Extenics within 1 min.  He proposed the follows:
Extenics aims to study the theory and methodology for solving the contradiction problem.  Contradiction problem is defined that you are not able to achieve your target under certain condition. For instance, you only had 1 million dollar but you need to build the factory which needs 5 million dollar.  Extenics has another function which is to create new idea through Extension Innovation Method for new product introduction (NPI). (Remark: The last sentence I added was based on the the discussion between Prof. Yang Chunyan (楊春燕) and Prof. Cai during dinner.)
At the end, Prof Cai expected Extenics development would continue up to hundred years or more.


Then Prof. Xingsen Li (李興森) reported the achievement of 15th Annual Meeting of the Extenics and the events had been done by Extenics Professional Committee in 2015-2016.


Prof. Chen Wenwei (陳文偉) presented the outstanding team members and promoters in Extenics Professional Committee in 2015-2016.


Group photo


Dr. Aaron Tong (HKIE-MIE) and I (HKSQ) got the outstanding contribution on promoting Extenics award and I took a photo with Prof. Cai wen and other promoters from Shenzhen.


The outstanding contribution award for organization was grant.


I achieved Extenics Level 1 certificate and took a group photo.


The Extenics Level 2 certificate group photo


Prof. Chen Jianfu (陳建副) reported the issues in Extenics Professional Committee in 2015-2016.


Prof. Yang Chunyan (楊春燕) announced the new committee members in Extenics Professional Committee included Dr. Aaron Tong and I. Then she gave the close remarks.  


We had a ceremony dinner outside.


I took a photo with Mr. Cai Ziwei (蔡子維同學).


I also took a photo with Mr. Hua (花同學).


We took a group photo in head table for memory.


Reference:
廣東工業大學可拓學與創新方法研究所 - http://web.gdut.edu.cn/~extenics/hyanjiusuo.htm
Guangdong University of Technology (廣東工業大學) - http://www.gdut.edu.cn/
Research Institute of Extenics and Innovation Methods, GDUT (廣東工業大學可拓學與創新方法研究所) - http://web.gdut.edu.cn/~extenics/hyanjiusuo.htm
CAAI Extenics Professional Committee (中國人工智能學會可拓學專業委員會) -http://extenics.gdut.edu.cn/xsjg/ktxzywyh.htm  
Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University (浙江大學寧波理工學院) - http://www.nit.net.cn/
CAAI新闻丨全国第15届可拓学年会征文启事 - http://chuansong.me/n/2676792

全国第15届可拓学年:
20160810 - Pre-Extenics Annual Meeting (全國第15屆可拓學年會) Extenics Level 1 Exam - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/08/pre-extenics-annual-meeting-15-extenics.html
20160811 - The 15th Annual Meeting of the Extenics (全國第15屆可拓學年會) Day 1 - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/08/the-15th-annual-meeting-of-extenics-15.html

20160812 - The 15th Annual Meeting of the Extenics (全國第15屆可拓學年會) Day 2 - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/08/the-15th-annual-meeting-of-extenics-15_12.html

Previous Extenics activities:
20160709: Post-WSCQ Seminar on Extenics (可拓學) and its application - https://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/07/post-wscq-seminar-on-extenics-and-its.html
20160628: Innovation Product Development Seminar - Extenics (可拓學) application in Shenzhen - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/06/innovation-product-development-seminar.html
20160605: The 2nd meeting of the Innovation Alliance of the Extenics (可拓學) - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/06/the-2nd-meeting-of-innovation-alliance.html
20160522: The meeting with Prof. Cai Wen for promoting the Extenics (可拓學) to Hong Kong - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/05/the-meeting-with-prof-cai-wen-for.html
20160507: The meeting for establishing the Innovation Alliance of the Extenics and its application and promotion - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/05/the-meeting-for-establishing-innovation.html
20160506: Visit to the Institute of Extenics and Innovation Methods and HKQAA Guangzhou office - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/05/visit-to-institute-of-extenics-and.html
20160416: Patent Analysis and Corporate Development Series 2016 - Extenics (可拓學) - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/04/patent-analysis-and-corporate.html
20160229: HKCIE Seminar on Extenics (可拓學) - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2016/02/hkcie-seminar-on-extenics.html



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