Founder of Sun Museum
Chair of Simon Suen Foundation
SUEN Yin Wah Chloe BA., BSc., MA., MLA.
Chloe Suen firmly believes in the power of arts and culture to inspire and improve lives. She devotes much of her energy in promoting arts and culture to our communities and in supporting the development Hong Kong's cultural landscape.
In her capacity as the Chair of Simon Suen Foundation, a registered charitable organization in Hong Kong established in 2012 that aims to promote, preserve and advance Chinese arts and heritage, Chloe led the Foundation to focus on nuturing the next generation of artists and scholars by establishing scholarships for University students in the arts and culture disciplines and by mentoring them.
In 2015, She founded Sun Museum, the first non-profit, non-governmental art museum in Hong Kong that is open to the public, to further promote Chinese and Hong Kong art. Since its opening, the museum has established itself as an innovative cultural exchange platform for artists, collectors and the public through thematic exhibitions, educational programs, and publications.
Chloe serves on multiple government committees on art and heritage, including the Advisory Committee on Built Heritage Conservation, the Intangible Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee, the Art Sub-committee of the Museum Advisory Committee.