Graduated from The University of Hong Kong (B.A. 2005, majoring in Philosophy and Psychology, MBA 2017), Raymond was also the HKU Students’ Union President of session 2003-2004, the President of HKUSU Sports Association (2002-2003) and the student member in HKU Council and HKU Senate (2003-2004). 

Raymond is now a founding partner of ATLIUS Group, running several technology and innovation start-up as well as providing advisory and run-the-organisation services to help the small-medium size enterprises (SMEs) to go-to-market, improve operation efficiency and look for investment for sustainable development.  Having working in management consulting industry for 12 years, he has extensive experience in strategy execution and business transformation, covering both multinational and local clients in financial services, government (HK & SEA), transportation & logistics (airlines, rail operators, shipping companies etc.), and retails and consumer sectors across 14+ countries in Asia-Pacific region. 

Raymond actively participates in social services.  He founded the Social Initiative Group (S.I.G.) in 2013 with a group of young professionals, aiming at providing innovative ideas to address social issues and facilitating the cooperation among NGOs for sustainable execution of the ideas. Raymond is also the mentor of Hang Seng Management College (HSMC) LEAP programme and Baptist University International College Professional Mentorship Programme, the volunteer advisor of Volunteer Africa, an international NGO for Africa development, and the business consulting volunteer of Asian Community Services.  

In early 2016, Raymond joined Path of Democracy (PoD) as a Governor and the Convenor of Policy Lab. He also represented the organisation to run for 2016 HKSAR Legislative Council election (New Territories East geographical constituency). Since then, Raymond has been writing articles on Hong Kong politics critics and policy advocacy in major media platforms. He is also the Executive Director of Hong Kong Academy of Politics and Public Policy.