Henry Hung is the president and owner of Shiu Pong Enterprises (Canada) Inc., a diversified real estate development business based in Toronto with expertise in land development; residential, commercial and industrial construction; and property management. Under Mr. Hung’s direction, Shiu Pong has built a number of luxury high-rise condominiums in the Yorkville, Yonge Street, and Toronto harbourfront areas. He is also responsible for introducing a number of specialty Chinese retail shops within the downtown core of Toronto and the burgeoning community in Markham.
An active leader in the cultural dynamic of Toronto, Mr. Hung is involved in a number of charities and fundraising campaigns. Since 2000, as a director and then Chairman of The Royal Conservatory’s Building Committee, Mr. Hung spearheaded the construction and completion of the organization’s expansion, including the 1,135- seat, state-of-the-art Korner Hall. Mr. Hung continues to be the Chairman of the Mandarin Golf and Country Club, one of the best private clubs in Canada.
Mr. Hung is often requested to be an advisor and executive fundraiser within the Chinese Canadian community and is currently an advisor to Fairchild Television, a popular Chinese language television group as well as past Director of the Chinese Cultural Center of Greater Toronto, where under his stewardship $5.2 million was raised to build this landmark facility.
As founder of the Thailand Business Association of Canada, Mr. Hung was responsible for promoting bi-lateral trade and business between Canada and Thailand. Mr. Hung has served as a director and trustee of the Trust Company of the Bank of Montreal and Toronto Western Hospital.
Artistic and cultural pursuits include Kitefest, where as a founding member of the popular fundraising event Mr. Hung’s team attracts over 80,000 visitors annually. Mr. Hung was also part of the founding team responsible for the Toronto Dragon Boat Festival and Ontario Chinese Artists Association.
Mr. Hung was educated in Hong Kong and Bath, England and holds a commerce degree from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the University of Windsor.