One Ten is made possible thanks to the dedication of our amazing team. From our inspirational instructors to our expert advisors, these are the people who make it happen.

Gigi Chan

“Because we live in a modern age, where everything is so accessible through technology, we often overlook the core vaules of life that we should really invest in, such as our health, our personal connection with each other, and our planet. Young adults in Hong Kong are so often seeing the world within a screen, making connection within an app, I want to remind them what personal connection, family, health and exercise is all about.”

James Theos

“As a young adult, I struggled with many of life's challenges – physically, mentally and emotionally. It wasn't until I discovered fitness that this all began to change. Through countless hours spent training and self-educating, I changed my lifestyle and my outlook on life. I strongly believe fitness is the vehicle to overcome almost all of life's adversities and hope I can share my story to make a similar impact on others.”

Cara Patri

“I believe being part of a healthy and supportive network can have a great impact on personal growth and development, both physically and psychologically. Understanding daily pressures is key to empathising with Hong Kong’s young adults. By using exercise and fitness as a medium, I hope to provide the support and lifestyle they deserve. Our mind and body truly are connected and complement one another.”

Bernice Tong

“I want to let young adults know that our fears and pains help us grow, and that it’s all part of the process. Through yoga and meditation, I want to share a different way of dealing with everyday hardships, and help people find balance, awareness and freedom within. By creating self-awareness, and awareness of our surroundings, we can live in our community with a more compassionate heart.”

Nikita Ramchadani

“Young adults in Hong Kong are beyond their years in terms of the issues they support and the time and commitment they make to serve the community. As someone who had tumultuous young adult years, I hope to inspire this generation and bring energy to their vision and goals. My ambition is to introduce these remarkable individuals to the spiritual practice, determination and focus that can be found through a dedication to wellness.”

Rhiannon Lambert

“I want to impact the lives of youths in Hong Kong because I want to be the person that I never had growing up. I want to be there for them in times when they feel scared and lonely. In a bustling city like Hong Kong it can be easy to float along without connecting to the people around you, but having just one person there for you can make all the difference – let alone a whole team like One Ten!”

Jessica Shih

“Growing up in Hong Kong, I was often confused by external voices telling me what to do and who to be. In such a privileged and free city, it became difficult to separate what mattered from what didn’t. Through spin, I want to help young adults feel empowered and grounded in their own strength. With each and every pedal stroke, I want to give them the freedom and encouragement to build the self-confidence they deserve.”

Utah Lee

“Everybody knows what it’s like to live in Hong Kong: after-school activities, keeping up with friends, finding a good job… We try to fit in every little thing but we forget about taking care of ourselves. The stress can be unbelievable. It’s time to switch things up a bit – meet new friends, train together, and get our bodies and minds stronger to deal with this high-energy city!”

Victor Chau

“Yoga and inversions are the mantra I live by. I’ve experienced the self-doubt and rejection that a ruthless society like Hong Kong can deliver. But when I started yoga about 15 years ago, I learned to be more present and positive. Learning inversions has taught me to conquer my fear of falling, and that with practice, anything can be possible. Falling down from a headstand or handstand is like falling down in life - it’s inevitable.”

Ada Cheung

“I want to empower Hong Kong’s young adults to be creative in all aspects of their being: physical, mental and emotional. I want to support young adults to hone humility and determination: humility in understanding all aspects of their character and personality and admitting to both shortfalls and strengths, but also grit: the resilient resolve to keep going and find meaning, value and purpose in every experience.”

Tina Chu, Chief of Staff / Sponsorship Director

Tina is the Human Resources Manager at One Ten, and is currently studying English Language and Literature at The Open University, London, to enrich her education. Previously employed by Nike Inc, Tina worked her way up through the company over 15 years, from a junior administrative position in Hong Kong to a senior analyst in the Netherlands. On her return to Hong Kong, she came to work with Belinda, an opportunity she describes as destiny!

Milan Tang, Digital Assistant

With a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Media from the City University of Hong Kong, Milan brings creative flair to the One Ten team as Digital Assistant. Her impressive customer service knowledge and work experience, paired with her sharp eye for detail and talent in photography are a strong asset to the Digital team.

Jessica Shih, Head of Ambassador Relations

“Growing up in Hong Kong, I was often confused by external voices telling me what to do and who to be. In such a privileged and free city, it became difficult to separate what mattered from what didn’t. Through spin, I want to help young adults feel empowered and grounded in their own strength. With each and every pedal stroke, I want to give them the freedom and encouragement to build the self-confidence they deserve.”

Ada Cheung, Program Director

The importance of holistic wellbeing was engrained in Ada from a young age, through a variety of experiences spanning family, friendship, career and cathartic moments of personal growth. She now humbly and gratefully recognises that every step, experience, encounter and relationship from her past culminates into a deeply profound and meaningful "why" to living. A deep passion for psychology and social work, combined with personal interests in health and wellbeing, has brought her to One Ten, where she works alongside a dream team of comrades with the powerful agenda to serve and empower young adults.

Dionne Lee, Communications Director

Born and raised in Melbourne, Dionne graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce and has worked in both the US and Hong Kong. She takes on the Communications Director role for One Ten, where she helps spread the message of incorporating fitness as part of lifestyle. Previously an Accountant and Recruitment Consultant, she is excited and thrilled to bring number and bike crunching to her career.

Tiff Liu, Strategist

Tiff Liu is a Hong Kong transplant currently working as an advertising Account Executive in New York City. When she isn't busy managing her clients, she can be found sweating in a fitness studio for every last ounce of dopamine. Tiff believes that in life, just as in exercise, change happens when you start to feel discomfort. If you push yourself to the best of your ability, there will be pain, but the joy of accomplishment is a satisfaction everyone deserves to experience.

Belinda Koo, Founder

As the Founder of One Ten, Belinda hopes to give the youth of today opportunities and resources to combat pain points in their life, equipping them with tools that strengthen them mentally and physically. Dedicating herself to be a driver of change, Belinda also founded XYZ, Hong Kong's revolutionary indoor cycling studio, inspiring over 28,000 people to embrace cardio exercise as a way of life. Belinda is also Managing Director at UBS Wealth Management, a Fellow of the fourth class of the China Fellowship Program and Member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.

Cataline Wen, Head of Digital

Cataline's inquisitive and creative mind has led her to be the Head of Digital at One Ten and XYZ. She is a self-taught DJ, music producer, sound designer and web developer, who demonstrates creativity beyond limits. She takes a very hands-on approach to her work and believes it's important to stay hungry and well-informed of the world around us.

Gigi Chan, Community Director

Gigi grew up as an active child, spending most of her free time in the great outdoors. Having competed at a national level in different sports, she’s learned a lot about what you can gain from the game – namely connecting with yourself and others, stripping away what’s unnecessary, and focusing on challenging yourself and learning. With experience in the consumer goods industry, she understands the difference between what is luxury and what is necessity, and believes we always have a choice.

Jonathan Choi

Jonathan has extensive clinical experience in adolescents and family therapy with a focus on youth addiction and trauma recovery. Since the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, he has worked in psychological rehabilitation, developing a holistic approach to transforming the lives of traumatized young people. He currently works in mobilizing youth and youth workers from different cultural backgrounds, equipping them to become global citizens. Jonathan holds a PhD in clinical psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Christina L Y Tung

Christina is the Head of Philanthropy Advisory, Asia-Pacific, at UBS Wealth Management, where she helps clients to develop effective philanthropic vehicles, manage charitable programs, and engage in sustainability. She has a breadth of experience working with charitable organizations and social entrepreneurs, and currently serves as an advisor and board member on CNEX Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to preserving cultures of Chinese communities. Christina holds a Masters in Communication Management and a Bachelors in Law.

Leong Cheung

Leong Cheung is Executive Director of charities & community at the Hong Kong Jockey Club, a board director of Social Venture Hong Kong, and serves as co-founder and Chairman of RunOurCity, a foundation that generates positive social impacts through running programs. He has enjoyed a varied career as entrepreneur, consultant and lecturer; holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School; is a fellow of the inaugural class of the China Fellowship Program; and is a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.

Sunny Tang

Chief Executive Officer of Act Plus Education Foundation Ltd, Sunny is also an award-winning animation director. As Project Director of Skyhigh Creative Partners, he established an animation training program for young people, and has also set up Act Plus Animation and Media Studio, social enterprises to help develop the creativity and career prospects of Hong Kong’s disadvantaged youth. One of the first Hong Kong Spirit Ambassadors, Sunny has won the Art Education Award and Art Development Award from the Hong Kong Art Development Council.

One Ten is a social enterprise inspired by The Aspen Institute – an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, DC. Its mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values and to provide a nonpartisan venue for dealing with critical issues.

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