Wang Weijen, FHKIA, HKIUD, AIA, Design Director of Wang Weijen Architecture, Andrew KF Lee Professor in Architecture Design and Director of Center for Chinese Architecture and Urbanism at Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong; received MArch from UC Berkeley, MS and BS from National Taiwan University. He was the Head of Department at HKU, Visiting Professor at University of Montreal, MIT and Taiwan Jiaotong University. He is also the Editorial Director of HKIA Journal OCCUPY, chief-Curator of Hong Kong Pavilion for 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, chief-Curator of 2007 Hong Kong Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, and Associate at TAC San Francisco 1987-1994. His design projects have won AIA Honor and Merit Design Awards, HKIA Design Award, Japan Good Design Award, Far Eastern Architectural Award, China Architectural Media Award, WA Architectural Award, as well as Merit Award from Green Building Council. With research focuses on typology and transformation of Chinese Architecture and Cities, his writings and designs have been published in Domus, Mark, Stradt Bauwelt, T+A, TA, WA, UED, and Dialogue, including books Refabricating City: a reflection by Oxford University Press, Regenerating Patio: Studies of Macau Historical Urban Fabric, as well as design monographs Urban Courtyardism by UED, AW, and TA.