Ball State graduates Ken and Tina Kramer enjoy Hong Kong's exciting city life.
1981 MBA grad Chong Ng recently began a second career as managing director of Vantage HK Holdings Limited, providing coaching, advice and consulting. Chong has been invited to interact with Miller College of Business students to share his wisdom.
Fluent Mandarin-speaking French-born MBA graduate Jean-Philippe Gry (class of 1985) and his high fashion entrepreneur wife, Linda, live an exciting life with young son Aristide in the hills above the Happy Valley racetrack. Jean-Philippe's firm produces industrial fiberglass textiles for markets all over the world.
Two BSU couples live equally exciting lives, one based in the New Territories, the other at the Hong Kong International School. Early 1990s grads Ken and Tina Kramer recently moved to their N.T. home when Ken joined Early Light Industrial Co. Ltd. as the firm's vice president for research and development. This fascinating couple apparently delights in the challenges and opportunities of life in cosmopolitan Hong Kong, where their children attend a Japanese international school near their home. Teachers Doug and Sasha Baker have spent most of their careers as teachers in Hong Kong, where Doug's theatre students recently put on Moliere's "The Miser", and Sasha's physical education students are challenged daily by the myriad staircases of the school's hillside campus.
Two ex-ISEP students, Veronica Ka Pik Leung and Jennie Yu Wa Lau, are completing their undergraduate studies in Hong Kong. They both greatly valued their Finance 367 practicum course and extend their appreciation to Professor Athavale.
Former ISEP students Jennie Lau (L) and Veronica Leung (R) show their Ball State pride in downtown Hong Kong
Art therapist Julia Byrne shows exhibits her certificate ofappreciation from Vice President Ben Hancock
Hong Kong International School drama teacher Doug Baker shows the view from his school's campus.
Consulting firm founder Chong NG (r) enjoys meeting International Advancement director Martin Limbird in Hong Kong