Chi Fong (Jacky) is an architecture student from Macau. His motivation for architecture was provoked in high school by the emergence of the monumental hotel resorts in Macau, which meant to emulate Las Vegas on a smaller scale. He recently obtained his Bachelor of Architecture degree with Merit Undergraduate Thesis Award from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). In order to have further scrutiny and understanding of this profession, he is currently pursuing the Master of Architecture II degree at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. 

This website embodies Jacky's overall academic work in his bachelor's and master's programs. He had the opportunities to be exposed to prominent instructors and various computational software, preparing him comprehensive skillsets to be a critical thinker to strive for insightful solutions of current social problems. 

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much" by Helen Keller. Having been working in a group for several semesters, he learnt that the collaboration and communication in a team are the indispensable factors for the attainment of design. Architecture is a subject that converges many professionals from different fields to collaborate cohesively on issues that could potentially arouse tremendous impacts in the city.