Career tips and personal stories of 15 FAH alumni

1 Nov 2017

Would you like to know what career path FAH graduates could pursue? Would you like to get any tips on career planning and development? Would you like to learn how your predecessors chose a major or profession? 15 alumni returned to UM on October 21 to share their career tips and stories with the younger generation of FAH students. These alumni graduate from different classes of years, and are currently working in different fields of expertise. There are three panel discussions, namely interpreting and translation, creative industry, and business management and public entities, where alumni share their personal stories and perspectives.

 NameProgrammeCurrent Position

Panel 1: Interpreting and translation

Diogo TaiBA in Portuguese StudiesChinese-Portuguese translator and interpreter, Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP)
Natalie LioMA in Chinese-English Translation StudiesChinese-English translator and interpreter, Judiciary Police
Winky KuanMA in Chinese-English Translation StudiesTranslator and interpreter
Peggy SouMA in Chinese-English Translation StudiesTranslator and interpreter, University of Macau
Debbie SouMA in Chinese-English Translation StudiesHigh school teacher and part-time translator and interpreter

Panel 2: Creative Industry

Jenny MokBA in English StudiesTheatre director and performer
Menn ChowMA in English StudiesMarketing & Communication Manager, Creative Macau
Michael WongMA in Chinese CommunicationEntrepreneur, artist
Franky PangBA in Chinese Language and LiteratureEditor, Recap 853
Telmo LeongBA in Portuguese StudiesCreative Director, Yes Culture Ltd.

Panel 3: Business Management and Government Department

Cynthia HyunBA in Chinese CommunicationSenior Administrative Officer, Judiciary Police
Roseanna ChoiBA in Portuguese StudiesDeputy General Manager, MassMutual Asia Ltd.
Vivian LaiBA in Japanese StudiesAssistant Operation Manager, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Jeremy ChoiBA in Japanese StudiesSupervisor, Balmain
Jacky ChuBA in Japanese StudiesAssistant Manager, Angel Playing Card Macau


For details, please refer to the Chinese version.