Managing Director, Chiu Yeng Culture Ltd
Strategic Partner, UNESCO
Hong Kong

Sabrina Ho Chiu Yeng is a young entrepreneur with a focus in the development of arts and culture. She actively organizes various types of arts and cultural activities as to promote the development of Asian arts and culture, at the same time develop young artists from different sectors.  She is the Founder and the Managing Director of Chiu Yeng Culture, as well as the Director and Chief Executive Officer of Poly Auction Macau Limited. She is also a member of the Committee of Cultural Industries of Government of Macao Special Administrative Region, the Co-Vice Chairlady of Bellissima Italia and the Honorary Ambassador Korean Culture of Hong Kong and Macau of Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Hong Kong. In 2015, she was honored with number 17th on the 2015 Top 100 Global Chinese Art Market Man by Yi Dian China and Art Nova 2015 by Art Power 100.

At just 27 of age, Sabrina signed a strategic partnership agreement with UNESCO in November, 2017. The accomplished young entrepreneur, graduate of Art Degree from the University of Hong Kong will dedicate her efforts towards the empowerment of young women and will serve as an advocate for her new initiative “U40 Empowered: Women entrepreneurs powering the digital creative industries” .  Sabrina was appointed as a speaker at the Forbes Asia Forum 2017 on the “Next Tycoons: A Generation Emerges” and in the same year, she was invited as one of the featured speakers at the 19th Annual Harvard China Forum and she was named as one of the “Women to Watch” on the 2016 Forbes Asia’s Power Business Women List.

Sabrina actively participates in social affairs and youth activities. She is a member of the Shenzhen CPPCC Committee, Vice President of Chongqing Overseas Friendship Association, and also an active member of the Hong Kong United Youth Association, the Y. Elites Association Limited, and the Centum Charitas Foundation. Other than that, she is a patron of the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and a member of the Curatorial Friends Groups of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.