Co-founders

Shirley Wong Law, University of Cambridge
Aaron Tam Economics, University of Cambridge
Justin Ng Economics, University of Cambridge
Wilson Wong IBCE, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Kenny Lam BBA (IBGM), The University of Hong Kong
Shirley Wong

Shirley Wong

Law (Class of 2018), University of Cambridge
Educated in Hong Kong since tender age, Shirley has witnessed the limited exposure students may encounter under the education system. This is more notable among students in local schools - kids from under-resourced backgrounds cannot fully unleash their potentials and are unaware of potential options simply because they are not told. ‘Love only grows by sharing’. With the sense of giving back to society, Shirley co-founded Boundless in order to break the invisible chain which limits students. Fortunately, her humble background and the experience in local school have not restricted her resolute determination to pursue her goal. In 2015, she was awarded full scholarship to read law at Cambridge. By sharing her experience, she is dedicated to make an impact by empowering the aspiring. Ultimately, Shirley hopes these outstanding individuals can make great strides to realize their dreams without constraints.
Aaron Tam

Aaron Tam

Economics (Class of 2018), University of Cambridge
Having benefitted from resources and networks readily available to him in his high school years, Aaron recognizes the value of experiential learning to the personal development of an individual. At the same time, Aaron is acutely aware that there are some highly talented students in Hong Kong who could rise far beyond their potential if they were given the same kind of resources. Aaron feels that it is not only unfortunate that growth of aspirational students are undermined by the lack of development support, but also a greater concern regarding education inequality and social immobility in Hong Kong. Aaron co-founded Boundless hoping to bring about a positive impact to the growth of these students, creating the conditions necessary for them to thrive in the long run.
Justin Ng

Justin Ng

Economics (Class of 2018), University of Cambridge
Having benefited from the resources and opportunities available to a Direct Subsidy School, as well as being fortunate enough to receive a government scholarship to pursue higher education overseas, Justin realizes that similar education opportunities are often limited to a small group of students from more privileged background. Believing that one’s educational opportunities and life chances should not be limited by socio-economic background, he founded Boundless with four other friends. Through Boundless Justin hopes to open up the scope of opportunities available to students, and engage other stakeholders in our society to provide the necessary resources for our students to achieve their goals.
Wilson Wong

Wilson Wong

International Business and Chinese Enterprise (Class of 2019), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Throughout his secondary school years, Wilson truly comprehends the need and difficulty faced by students from less-resourceful backgrounds. Exceptional opportunities always require lengthy preparation, early access to valuable resources and insightful information. Unfortunately, those from a more underprivileged background are usually unable to obtain them, thereby may not be able to achieve as much as they could have. With the mind to alter the current situation, Wilson is devoted to exploring more possibilities for those determined and diligent teenagers. Currently studying International Business and Chinese Enterprise at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Wilson hopes to link up passionate undergraduates to mentor the potential secondary school students. By engaging with the experienced and building their portfolio at an earlier stage, students can be well-equipped for every opportunity and realize their potential to the fullest.
Kenny Lam

Kenny Lam

Bachelor of Business Administration (International Business and Global Management) (Class of 2019), The University of Hong Kong
Being one of the most devoted school reporters of Ming Pao, Kenny has been engaging with people from all walks of life since high school. Through this experience, he realizes that social injustice existed in Hong Kong in many different ways, and as a student, the unequal education opportunities among students concerned him the most. Circumstances where bright students were deprived of better tertiary education due to their family backgrounds especially saddened him. Although social injustice is a complex issue, Kenny is keen to do his best in providing the most direct solution to the problem: providing a fair ground of competition to those grassroot students. Alongside Boundless, he has also organized the HOPES campaign, which has collected and distributed over 700 used textbooks to under-resourced students in aid of their endeavors in higher education.