Alex See grew up pondering a multitude of career paths, ranging from selling fish balls and social work to practicing arts and becoming the Hong Kong equivalent of David Attenborough. He was urged to study accounting but he rebelled against it and went to the US to study biology instead.

After graduation, he came back to Hong Kong to join his sister’s manufacturing company and he has worked there ever since. He has been happy with the learning curve, but his search for his true calling hasn’t ended.

Noticing that the copycat culture in China was not only stifling innovation but also dampening employee morale, See and his sister began to organize workshops for the staff to encourage independent thinking and creativity. The positive feedback has made him realize that there is more to be done.