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Advisory Board

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David Schugar is the Principal Partner of RMC Gaming Management, which provides consulting services to the gaming industry, and is also owner of Equity Gaming LLC, an intellectual property company. Mr. Schugar's experience includes casino operations in Nevada, Michigan, Mississippi, and Indiana. Mr. Schugar has served in senior executive positions with Majestic Star Casinos, the Mandalay Bay Resorts Group, and the Sahara Gaming Corporation. Mr. Schugar was a founding member of the Casino Management Association; a former President of the Tunica Casino Operators Association; and was also President of the Barden Gary Scholarship Foundation. Mr. Schugar has taught in the Casino Management Associates Degree program at the Clark County Community College and continues to speak frequently at national gaming conventions.  

HKBAN Advisor To President - Board Member

David Schugar

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A renowned composer in Hong Kong, Dr Mui Kwong-chiu holds a Ph.D. and an M.Phil. in Music Composition from the University of Hong Kong, and a Bachelor’s degree in Cinematography from the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) . Dr. Mui is currently Chairman of the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild.

 

Mui’s diverse portfolio includes music for multimedia productions, Western and Chinese orchestra, vocal and harmonica, as well as cross-media Chinese music theatre, and scores for film and television. He also composes and arranges for many international music events and performing groups. He has been the music director and curator of many events, including the multimedia production Thousand Sails for The 29th World Hakka Conference in Hong Kong (2017), the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) Hong Kong (2016), the 60th anniversary of the Hong Kong Baptist University (2016), the Opening Ceremony of the Hong Kong Week at the Shanghai Expo (2010), the 2009 East Asian Games Closing Ceremony in Hong Kong, and the 2008 Olympic Torch Relay in Hong Kong.

 

Some of Mui’s notable original compositions include Ode to Water and Intoxicating Nature for the HKCO (integrating his original music with his ideas of visuals, Chinese dance, calligraphy, original poems and theater art forces), The Great Earth Double Concerto of Piano, Flute with Orchestra, Bauhinia Concerto for Guan and Suona, Rhapsody of Color Clouds Chasing the Moon for Chinese orchestra. He receives in 2018 the Distinguished Alumni Award offered by HKBU School of Communication in its 50 anniversary.

HKBAN Advisor To President

Dr. Mui Kwong-chiu