“Hong Kong is a significant part of my upbringing, though I have a mixed cultural background. This city is so vibrant with inspiring modern and traditional elements.”
Hannah is a recent graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) School of Design, and was the 2019 winner of a Bright Future Charitable Foundation Overseas Exchange Scholarship at PolyU.
Hannah has worked and studied in Seoul, Hong Kong and Copenhagen. During her internship with Landor & Fitch, she worked with Hang Lung Properties and GP Batteries in the APAC region.
Her final year project, “mii - a personalised menstrual health app” was designed to help women with their menstrual cycle and feminine health. As a period product review app, mii shares product information, health insights and experiences with an open community.
Hannah plans to work in a design agency in Copenhagen to further explore Danish design culture, learn sustainable and creative design, as well as gaining more hands-on experience to improve her design skills comprehensively. She hopes her overseas experience will benefit the Hong Kong design and creative industries when she returns with newly acquired perspectives and skills.