PDG Kenneth Wong 王國林 – DG 2012-2013

PDG Kenneth Wong

PDG Kenneth Wong

Email: kennethwong.rotary3450@gmail.com


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Born September 1956, Kenneth married to Lucia and with daughter Amy and son Arthur

Kenneth graduated from the City University, London UK in 1980 with a B.Sc (Hon) in Industrial Chemistry

Upon returning to Hong Kong, Kenneth engaged in the textile industry with a special focus on manufacturing process development in the context of Dyeing, Printing and finishing of Cotton and other blended fabrics.

Business ProfileIn: In 1985, Kenneth established “Kwok Hing Dyeing Factory Ltd”, a textile mill for weaving, dyeing, bleaching, printing and finishing cotton and other blended fabrics.

Orient Key Investment Ltd was later established for trading and exportation of fabrics.

Contribution to the Rotary Foundation
Paul Harris Fellow since 1991,
Member of Paul Harris Society
Major Donor

Rotary Profile


Joined Rotary as a Charter member of the Rotary Club of Tai Po.

Served as Club President of the Rotary Club of Tai Po


District Assembly Chairman

District Assembly Chairman
Vice Chairman, District Membership Extension Committee

Team Leader, Group Study Exchange Team to D4420, Sao Paulo, Member, District Adopt a School Committee

Chairman, Group Study Exchange Committee

Chairman, District Rotary International
Convention(Bangkok) Promotion Committee

District Governor Elect

Other Public Duties

With a strong passion for the betterment of the Textile industry in the region, Kenneth is serving as:

Director, Textile Council of Hong Kong Ltd Vice Chairman, Hong Kong Association of Textile Dyers, Bleachers, Printers and Finishers Ltd.

Member of the executive committee of
Stand Tall Ltd, a registered Charity organization jointly established by Kenneth, Professor K.M. Chan and Dr K.Y. Fung to support victims of the Mega Earthquake that devastated Northern Sichuan, China on 12th, May 2008

STAND TALL Ltd– a registered Charity under section 88, No. 91/9803 with the following missions.

To provide state-of-the-art prosthesis & technology, with specific care to children with a growing skeleton and/or individuals with bilateral amputations

To facilitate a comprehensive rehabilitation program, attending to the physical, functional and psychological needs of the patients, thus preparing them to reintegrate into society.

PDG Kenneth Wong at RIC