“I was a regional counsel in a global tech platform before doing the MPhil in Technology Policy. Amid every regulatory battlefield, I reckoned that it is not only about the rules and regulations. More often, approaching new challenges in digital economy requires a deep understanding of policy, trade and community expectation.
“I have benefited greatly from the programme. The teaching team consists of members from very diverse cultural and professional backgrounds. They generously and passionately share with us their knowledge, experience, and professional network. The classes were always highly interactive, full of thought-provoking and inspirational discussions. We practised and learnt how to unpack difficult questions that cut across multiple sectors, social issues and regulatory framework, and rethink how policies shall progress.
“Notably, in the programme, I was hugely inspired by members of the teaching team, guest speakers and fellow classmates who truly care about the technological influence on the society. We delved deep into controversial and complex topics such as workers’ right in gig economy, fair competition and consumer rights, online safety, social innovation and corporate society responsibilities.
“I must also mention a very thoughtful gift which Cambridge Judge Business School gave us on the last teaching day — a special lecture to encourage us to aim high, make an impact, and be a leader with vision and compassion. This is a gift for life!”