Thinking about changing careers? Wondering what it may be like to land a job that is completely unrelated to your degree?

Why not hear from three Bai Xian Alumni who have gone through exactly that? Join us at our upcoming Virtual Community Event on May 11 at 18:30 (HKT)/ 19:30 (JST/KST), and find the inspiration you crave, the clarity you’re looking for, or the encouragement you need to move forward!


Event Details:

Date: May 11, 2022 (Wednesday)

Time: 18:30 – 19:30 (HKT) / 19:30 – 20:30 (JST/KST)

Participants: Bai Xian Community

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Mr. Joushua CHO

Associate at NH Investment & Securities (NHIS), Seoul

Mr. Joushua CHO works within the alternative investments team at NH Investment & Securities (NHIS) in Seoul, Korea, analyzing investment opportunities and managing invested assets across acquisition financing, infrastructure, real estate, and aircraft leasing. Prior to joining NHIS, Joushua spent three years in Shanghai and Beijing in marketing, consulting, and consumer research. Joushua earned his master’s degree in business administration from the School of Economics and Management at Tsinghua University in 2019 as a Bai Xian Scholar.

Meet Our Speakers

Ms. Gaby CHAN

Incident Manager at Google (Play and Android)

Ms. Gaby CHAN is from Singapore and works at Google as an incident manager (Play and Android). She began her career working for the Singapore Police Force, and later took a sabbatical to pursue her master’s in public administration at Zhejiang University as a Bai Xian Scholar. Following her graduation, she pivoted into the tech space, working as a DevOps project manager at Facebook before moving to Google.

Mr. Simon WU

Associate at Lake Bleu Capital, Hong Kong

Mr. Simon WU is an associate of private equity at Lake Bleu Capital and is actively involved in growth investment in healthcare (Biotech, Medtech, and service) companies in Greater China and Asia. He received his master’s degree in engineering from the University of Tokyo through the AFLSP, and credits his 2016 BXAI Summer Program experience for leading him towards a career in investment banking.

Ms. Helen XIN

Senior Delivery Consultant at Deloitte, Tokyo

Ms. Helen XIN is a senior delivery consultant at Deloitte in Tokyo, Japan. She received her bachelor’s degree in English translation and international economy and trade, and later switched fields to pursue a master’s degree in media design at Keio University as a Bai Xian Scholar. After gaining her master’s degree, she worked as a UI/UX designer at CREATPS Inc. in Japan for four years. She is currently working in the UI/UX design and technology consultancy field

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