The family of Marymount College alumni Jaime Wu met with Dr. Brophy in Hong Kong. Pictured above is Arnold Wu, President Brophy, Janice Wu and Judith Yuen.
Jaime is currently enrolled at USC and is earning honors in her study. Jaime was one of several Marymount students who founded the Peace Center at Marymount. Jaime’s father, Arnold Wu, is employed by BNP Paribas of Asia. BNP Paribis is a European leader in global banking and financial services and one of the sixth strongest banks in the world. His wife, Judith Yuen, is a senior manager for the Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong. Jamie's sister, Janice, is a high school junior and has expressed interest in attending Marymount College.
Dr. Brophy shared an evening and had dinner at the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong with Daniel and Angel Chan, the parents of Marymount student Laverna Chan. Daniel Chan is managing director of Paragon International Limited, which operates luxury goods and jewelry stores in more than 25 cities in China. He also serves as a director of one of Hong Kong's oldest charity organizations, Po Leung Kuk.
The Po Leung Kuk is a charitable organization in Hong Kong organized as a Society for the Protection of Women and Children that provides support for orphaned children, education and other services.