Adrian PANG (He/Him)

Global Health and Development BASc Year 2, The University of Hong Kong

About Adrian PANG

I am a current year 2 student in the University of Hong Kong's interdisciplinary BASc(Global Health and Development) programme (hosted at the School of Public Health, LKS Faculty of Medicine, HKU) while pursuing a second major in Psychology. I am currently serving as the chairperson of my programme's student society at HKU.

I have a keen interest towards topics like inequality in society, our health, environmental and sustainable development studies. During secondary school years, I steered my school's flagship territory-wide primary school STREAM education initiative for two years and administered school student bodies of the discipline team, school history and gifted education team and took an active role in the environmental protection team. I was named one of the 2021 Hong Kong Outstanding Teens and was twice commended by the Education Bureau as an Outstanding Student Environmental Protection Ambassador.

I endeavour to promote equality for underprivileged and underrepresented groups in society including ethnic minorities and enhance their upward social mobility. In 2022, I competed the in first Hong Kong Student Service Leaders Award organized by Dream Compassioneers, undertaking social service projects and was recognized with the title of the Top Ten Outstanding Student Service Leaders 2022.

Last updated: October 2023

I am a/an:

Undergraduate Leadership & Research Scholar


The University of Hong Kong University College London

Laidlaw Cohort Year


Research Topic

Health Medical Sciences Population Health Sport and Exercise

Area of Expertise

Environment Health

I am from:

Hong Kong

I speak:

Cantonese English Japanese Mandarin

My hobbies/interests are:

Hiking/walking Photography Travelling Video/filmmaking Volunteering

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes


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Recent Comments

Nov 09, 2023

Hi Michelle, such a cool research topic and interesting findings on memory and emotion :) As a psychology+neuroscience student myself I also found your poster and research not only attractive but highly relevant to our current studies - it is great to see what we learnt being put into practice and refined in this research programme!