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Vien emceed at various events and here are some of the experiences.
Speaking fluent Cantonese, English, Mandarin and basic Spanish, Vien enjoys the experience running the events and interacting with different people.
Working as a journalist and presenter, she knows what to speak and communicate.
some of Vien's work......
Co-emceed bilingually at the inaugural 2021 UCI Track Cycling Nations Cup Hong Kong China at Hong Kong Velodrome. Photo Credit: Brian Ching
Trilingually emceed & interpreted at the FIVB Volleyball Nations League Hong Kong 2019 pre-match press conference, featuring guests, head coaches and captains of China, Japan, Italy & the Netherlands teams.
Bilingual MC at the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2018 event to introduce the wider men’s and women’s sevens squads, as well as the launch of the Hong Kong Sevens Festival at Lee Gardens (玩轉利園).
Bilingual MC at the very first football promotion event of LaLiga in Hong Kong - the LaLiga Carolina Marín Hong Kong Activation event, w/2016 Rio Olympics badminton gold medallist, Carolina Marín
Emceed at Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong Young Leaders Volunteer Day with cross-media creator Kearen Pang (彭秀慧) as one of the guests.
Emceed at Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Celebrity Village Opening. With guests--artists Priscilla Wong 黃翠如, Raymond Wong 黃浩然, our home rugby heroine Stephanie Cuvelier & hero Hugo Chui.
Bilingual MC at Sun Kung Kai Properties Hong Kong International Track Cup 2018 Opening Ceremony and Prize Presentations.
Emceed at this 2-day bilingual Clinic features England & Liverpool's legend John Barnes, Liverpool FC International Academy coaches and180 junior players.
Emceed at the HKSI ‘Back to School’ event of 2018 Indonesia Asian Para Games SS6 event bronze medalist, Hong Kong para-badminton player Tim Wong Chun-yim Photo: SupportHKSportsAces Facebook
Emceed at the very first Doraemon Run in Hong Kong. This popular event was held in other countries before and has attracted 8,000 runners this time in Hong Kong.
Emceed at the New World Harbour Race Facebook Live at both starting and finishing points with Hong Kong Olympics swimmers Stephanie Au, Camille Cheng, Yvette Kong, Claudia Lau, Hang-yu Sze and other celebrity swimmers.
Bilingually hosted Goal.com online show (on Facebook & Weibo) at Manchester City Fans Club in Hong Kong before Kitchee vs Man City, with legend Paul Dickov as one of the guests.