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AMBASSADORS

Prestigious people who are noted for their achievements in their respective disciplines have become ambassadors of Plan International Hong Kong. They support our work and hope more people will join them to fight for children’s rights.


Stephy Tang
Honourary Ambassador
Famous Singer and Actress

“I’m lucky to live in Hong Kong and would like to help girls in developing countries improve their lives. I also hope more people could join me.”


Charlene Tse
Honourary Ambassador
Culinary Artist

“I was given the opportunity to develop a career for starting a new chapter in my life. If we give the same opportunity to girls in need, they can bloom too!”


Alfred Cheung
Ex-beneficiary cum Ambassador
Famous Screenwriter and Director

“Through the Child Sponsorship programme, we can improve the situation of the entire community, build hospitals and schools, and change more children’s life. ”


Lisa Cheng
Ambassador
Famous Athlete

“Everything is possible! Girls need more love!”


Alex Fong
Ambassador
Famous Singer and Actress

“As an artist, I hope to bring positive influence to the community. I agree with Plan International’s mission that by providing quality education, we can help children become self-reliant and improve their living situations.”


Leila Kong
Ambassador
Famous Actress

“Girls in developing countries even don’t have basic rights. I hope more people can care for girls’ rights.”


Jo Ngai
Ambassador
Former TV news anchor, Founder  of The Nonsensemakers

“By just giving a little we can help girls get education and break the cycle of poverty.”

Wong Cho-lam
Ambassador
Famous Artist

“Plan International is committed to helping needy children in developing countries. I think it is very meaningful.”


Cindy Yeung
Ambassador
Chairperson and CEO of Emperor Watch & Jewellery

“I can instinctively see the potential and promise of the girl hidden behind her deprivation. Just as the gemologist in me sees the value of every tiny rubble and knows that it can turn into a shiny diamond, if given a chance.”

*In alphabetical order by surname 

Stories of Ambassadors' Visits