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**POSTPONED** Maternity in Hong Kong: The 3 Perspectives

Presented by The Entrepreneur & Small Business Committee of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

When: Monday, January 19, 2015
12:30 to 2:00pm
Where: CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Hong Kong

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Maternity in Hong Kong:

The 3 Perspectives


Date:             Monday, January 19th, 2015

Time:            12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Venue:          CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre,
                        32 Hollywood Road,
                        Central, Hong Kong

Price:            Members: $200/Non-Members: $300


Moving to a new country is a headache, even for the most travelled and accomplished of backpackers. However, one aspect of moving to Hong Kong which has been fraught with the most questions and concerns is Maternity. Consider giving birth in Canada is practically free, and pregnancy in Hong Kong is potentially one of the most expensive in the world. Families wanting to start a family have had to think twice, and conduct some extra due diligence, not only with respect to cost and insurance considerations, but also in terms of maternity option and best practices, different in the “east” compared to back home in the “west”.
This discussion panel brings together three specialists that view maternity from three different angles: a medical doctor, a Chinese medicine nutritionist, and an insurance expert. The panelists will provide a brief overview of their view of maternity, while leaving much of the time open to answer the most common questions, as prepared by the moderator and follow-up questions from the audience.


Dr. Michelle Tsui
Premier Medical Centre

Dr Michelle Tsui is a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She obtained her medical degree at the University of Queensland, Australia, and is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (UK), as well as  fellow of the Hong Kong College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists. Prior to entering private practice, Dr Tsui was an Assistant Professor at the O&G Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Apart from clinical work, she was actively involved in teaching and research projects ranging from fetal monitoring, labour management, physical and psychological aspects of childbirth, to gynaecological problems such as polycystic ovarian syndrome. Her research findings had been published in various international medical journals.
Dr Tsui started private practice in 2006 and is committed to delivering personal , patient-centred care for women. She provides continuous care from preconception / fertility evaluation, through to antenatal care, obstetrics ultrasound, and delivery at the various private hospitals in Hong Kong Island. She also holds the Advanced level accreditation in Gynaecological Laparoscopic Surgery (keyhole surgery) and  treats major and minor gynaecological problems in her clinic and in hospitals.
Judy Xu
Chinese Medicine Nutritionist and
Holistic Health Coach
Oriental Health and Balance Health

Judy Xu is a Holistic Health Coach and combines integrative medicine from the West with the ancient wisdom of Chinese Medicine for a modern lifestyle that helps patients to naturally achieve balance and health.

Growing up in a family full of Chinese traditions, Judy’s father was a martial arts artist practicing both in China and Japan. From an early age he passed on his knowledge to combine both the mind and the body to retain health and strength.

Judy graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong as a Chinese Medicine Nutritionist, before embarking on her studies at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in New York. IIN is renowned for its integrative and innovative program which teaches all the major dietary theories in the world, holistic wellness, counseling and coaching.

Judy believes that creating balance is the prerequisite for health and self-healing. In her coaching she takes a holistic approach to address imbalances and create a long-term basis for health. She enables clients to achieve weight loss, a peaceful mind, improve energy levels and manage stress.

Brandon Hui
CEO of Groveland Financial Services Limited
Co-chair, Healthcare & Insurance Entrepreneur sub-committee, The Entrepreneur and Small Business Committee

Brandon Hui is the founder and CEO of Groveland Financial Services Limited, an insurance brokerage firm and a member of the Professional Insurance Brokers Association (PIBA).

Groveland approaches insurance and financial planning from a holistic perspective, an approach that has been supported by 30 years of experience in the Canadian insurance brokerage world. Insurance products range from life, critical illness, medical, general insurance, corporate insurance, MPF, and investment, which are sourced from 46 different insurance companies.

He is a Canadian Chartered Accountant (CA) and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), from his years working at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Toronto, Canada, and has accumulated various insurance-related designations and licenses during his subsequent positions at Manulife in Hong Kong.

Moderator: Amelie Dionne-Charest
Managing Director, AD MediLink
Co-chair, Healthcare & Insurance
Entrepreneursub-committee, The Entrepreneur and Small Business Committee

Amelie Dionne-Charest is the Co-founder and Managing Director of AD MediLink which provides Healthcare Concierge Services to businesses and expatriates based in Hong Kong, France and Switzerland.

She is a lawyer specialized in medical law and bioethics. Before moving to Hong Kong, she practiced law in Montreal for a Pan-Canadian law firm and subsequently worked in New York in the healthcare industry.

Amelie Dionne-Charest is a member of the Quebec Bar. She graduated from the Faculty of Law at McGill University, and holds a Master of Arts in Medical Law and Medical Ethics from the University of King’s College, London.

She is the President of the McGill Society of Hong Kongwhich has over 2,000 graduates in Hong Kong. In Canada, she is the instigator behindDance Against Violencewhich provides dance workshops to survivors of domestic violence.

She is passionate about healthcare and women’s issues.

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