Prof Dominic Chan
Associate Professor of Practice in Entrepreneurship
Associate Director, EMBA Programme
Associate Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship
The CUHK Business School
Professor Dominic Chan was born and raised in Hong Kong. At the age of 14, he spent four enjoyable years as a boarding student in the UK. At the age of 19, he was awarded the Queen’s Gold Medal For Mathematics presented by Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II. He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD degree and served as a member of the Cambridge University alumni advisory board. He is currently an Associate Professor at a university’s business school, a business and entrepreneurship consultant and corporate trainer, an angel investor and writer. Professor Chan has worked at McKinsey & Company as a management consultant, a-connect (China) as co-CEO, and EF Group’s Englishtown as General Manager for China, as well as being a serial entrepreneur. He is fluent in Cantonese, English, and Mandarin and has a basic knowledge of French and Japanese. Professor Chan and his wife love to travel and have visited all seven continents and over 70 countries. In addition to their love of travel, they enjoy a lifestyle close to nature.
Professor Chan’s two previous books, “My Cambridge Days” and “Dream Journey For Two,” describe his eight years of life and experiences at Cambridge University and his insights into social responsibility after travelling the world with his wife. This book, “Home Letters To Jin Jin,” is his third book and is a collection of letters written to his son, representing three different stages of the author’s life.