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Deputy Chairman of Sino Group
Daryl Ng is Deputy Chairman of Sino Land Company Limited (HKSE: 083), Tsim Sha Tsui Properties Limited (HKSE: 0247) and Sino Hotels (Holdings) Limited (HKSE: 1221) of Sino Group, one of the leading property developers in Hong Kong and a key player in hotel and hospitality. Mr. Ng provides strategic direction for Sino Hotels as well as The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts. The growing portfolio encompasses over 3,600 guest rooms and suites in nine award-winning hotels across Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. Mr. Ng has been instrumental in the opening of The Fullerton Hotel Sydney, housed in the former Sydney General Post Office. The 416-room hotel heralded a new chapter of the heritage-listed landmark that has been integral to Sydney’s development since 1874. He is also responsible for The Fullerton Heritage project in Singapore, the award-winning waterfront precinct comprising four historic buildings and three modern developments. The former Fullerton Building, completed in 1928 and home to The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, was gazetted as Singapore’s 71st National Monument in December 2015, signifying the highest form of preservation and national recognition. Mr. Ng is a steadfast advocate of good causes for the betterment and sustainable development of the community. He is heavily involved in community services, green initiatives, heritage conservation, as well as arts and cultural events to build a better community. In 2008, the Ng Family set up the Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation (HCF) to revitalise buildings and promote the appreciation of heritage conservation. HCF has converted the Old Tai O Police Station, a Grade II historic building completed in 1902, into the nine-room Tai O Heritage Hotel through Batch I of the Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme. Mr Ng advocates sustainable development in collaboration with the community. He has initiated the Hospitality Young Leaders Programme to groom future leaders while Tai O Heritage Hotel has participated in over 100 community programmes with more than half of its workforce comes from Tai O or Lantau. Since opening in March 2012, the hotel has welcomed more than 1.2 million visitors from Hong Kong and around the world, and has received over 30 international and local accolades, including the Award of Merit at the 2013 Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation organised by the UNESCO.
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