Achieve the highest level of performance and professionalism in the port/maritime logistics industry
(1) Teaching assistant and part-time lecturing 2002-2006 (University of Hong Kong)
(2)‘Clarifying the Debate over Container Terminal 10’, a consultancy study conducted for the Chartered Institute of Transport and Logistics Hong Kong, August 2005.
(3)Co-organisor of International Workshop on New Generation Port-Cities and their Role in Global Supply Chains, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, December 12-14th, 2005.
(1) Ph.D. Title: The Globalisation of Port Business: an Asian Perspective (University of Hong Kong)
(2) M.Sc. Title: Capacity and Expansion Issues at the Port of Montreal (University of Montreal)
(3) B.Sc. Environmental Geography (University of Montreal)
University of Hong Kong: Learn to Teach Certificate 2005
High sense of professionalism, reliable and efficient, a global outlook on business strategy, strong analytical and problem-solving skills, capacity to work independently and elaborate scientific approaches to problems, international exposure, cultural openness, knowledge of Asian markets
-English (written & spoken)
-Japanese (intermediate fluency; intermediate written & read)
-Putonghua (beginner fluency; beginner written & read)
Computing aptitudes: MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, SPSS, MapInfo, SIGIS, IDRISI, PCI, ArcView.
Past places of residence:
· Montreal (CAN): birthplace
· France: 2 years (1993-95)
· Vancouver (CAN): 2 years (1996-97)
· Australia: 9 months (1998-99)
· Hong Kong: 4 years (2002-06)