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Outstanding HKO officers commended by the Director (2009)

 

 

Letter of Commendation

 

01 

Ms Yeung Siu-wai, Chief Experimental Officer(R)41

Ms Chiu Chiu-yee, Chief Scientific Assistant(R)41
02

Mr Wong Chi-wai, Senior Scientific Assistant(F)27

 

These three officers were commended for their devotion and effort in organizing the anemometer design competition for primary and secondary school students. The success of the competition has enhanced the image of the Observatory.  For Ms Chiu, she was also commended for her great commitment in restoring the wind information of Cheung Chau within a short period of time on the Observatory's website during the imminent approach of Typhoon Koppu in September 2009.

  

 

04

Mr Leung Yin-kee, Radar Specialist Mechanic(R)31

Mr Yeung Chi-yu, Radar Specialist Mechanic(R)32

Mr Leung Ting-kit, Radar Specialist Mechanic(R)33

Mr Ip Wing-sing, Radar Specialist Mechanic(R)34

 

The officers were commended for their prompt, efficient and professional service in the restoration of Cheung Chau weather station during the imminent approach of Typhoon Koppu in September 2009.

 

 

05

Mr Ho Pak-sing, Senior Experimental Officer(F)51

Mr Wong To, Experimental Officer(F)51

 

These two officers were commended for their devotion and effort in restoring the HKO network or servers whenever problems arouse.  Even the incidents were occurred out of their office hours, they would take immediate actions to rectify the problems so as to minimize the effect to the provision of HKO service.

 

 

06 

Mr Leung Wai-hung, Scientific Officer(R)41

Ms Leung Man-yee, Scientific Assistant(R)42

Mr Ho Ka-hon, Scientific Assistant(R)41

 

These three officers were commended for their devotion and effort in conducting a survey jointly with the Department of Health on awareness of UV radiation among primary school students.  The Observatory's professional image in caring about community was greatly enhanced.

 

 

07 

Ms Yeung Pui-yi, Senior Scientific Assistant(R)21

 

The officer was commended for her great devotion and effort in taking up the duties of teaching Student Scientific Assistants.  She was the first Senior Scientific Assistant/Scientific Assistant to do so and her positive move has enabled other colleagues in her Division to have more time for development work.

 

 

08

Mr Chan Ying-wah, Scientific Officer(R)31
09

Mr Tse Wai-ming, Senior Experimental Officer(R)31

Mr Leung Ting-kit, Radar Specialist Mechanic(R)33

Mr Ip Wing-sing, Radar Specialist Mechanic(R)34

Mr Siu On-pong, Works Supervisor II

 

The officers were commended for their devotion and effort in completing the project of providing current data at Tai Tam Bay for supporting the East Asian Games held in Hong Kong in December 2009. The success of the project has enhanced the Observatory's professional image. 

 

 

10

Mr Woo Wang-chun, Scientific Officer(D)21

Mr Lau Dick-sum, Experimental Officer(D)21

Mr Chau Ming-sum, Senior Scientific Assistant(D)21

Mr Lam Kin-yui, Scientific Assistant(D)22
11

Mr Wong Wai-kwong, Scientific Assistant(D)23

 

The officers were commended for their professionalism, dedication, and endurance of hardship for the establishment of the Po Shan Seismograph Station.  They closely monitored the progress of the project to ensure that it could be completed in time.  They also tackled difficult problems with innovative solutions and successfully installed the equipment under harsh environment.

 

12

Mr Yau Lai-kin, Radar Specialist Mechanic(A)21

 

The officer was commended for his continuous outstanding performance.  As a very experienced officer, he always made sound judgment in deciding the actions to be taken for the timely maintenance of the meteorological instruments at the airport, even under very urgent situations.

 

 

 

13

Mr Chan Chuen-kit, Radar Specialist Mechanic(A)24

 

The officer was commended for his devotion and effort in setting up a short-range LIDAR on the rooftop of AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE) for studying the low-level wind effects in association with the building.  He has demonstrated his capability of handling a complicated project on his own through close co-ordination with other parties.

 

 

 

 

Letter of Appreciation

 

 

Mr Wan Bui, Chief Scientific Assistant(A)11

 

The officer was given a letter of appreciation for his devotion to work.  With his very good knowledge of IT systems, he always worked whole-heartedly to ensure high availability of HKO systems.

 

 

Mr Lo Wai-hung, Radar Specialist Mechanic(A)41

 

The officer was given a letter of appreciation for his positive and proactive attitude.  He was a very experienced and judicious technician working in operation and maintenance of weather radars.  He always strived to improve his work. 

 

 

Mr Woo Wang-chun, Scientific Officer(D)21

Mr Lau Dick-sum, Experimental Officer(D)21

 

The officers were given a letter of appreciation for their effort in proposing, developing and publicizing the web clock which was very well received by members of the public.

 

 

Mr Tam Kwong-hung, Scientific Officer(R)32

Mr Tse Wai-ming, Senior Experimental Officer(R)31

Ms Sin Wai-fun, Research Assistant(R)31

 

The officers were given a letter of appreciation for their effort in actively promulgating the Community Weather Information Network (Co-WIN) to local and overseas communities in the past year.

 

 

Mr Cheng Yat-leung, Scientific Assistant(D)31

 

The officer was given a letter of appreciation for his very effective performance.  He was a very capable officer who has made substantial contribution to his Division. 

 

 

Dr Yeung King-kay, Senior Scientific Officer(R)1

Mr Lee Lap-shun, Senior Scientific Officer(F)4

Mr Lee Kwok-lun, Scientific Officer(F)11

Mr Li Luen-on, Chief Experimental Officer(A)31

Mr Fu Ho-yam, Systems Analyst(A)11

 

The officers were given a letter of appreciation for their kindness in acting as mentors on a voluntary basis in the Job Shadowing Day.  The activity contributed to the education of Hong Kong youths and helped raise the image of the Department.

 

 

Last revision date: <21 Dec 2012>