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Up the ranks: Hong Kong and China HR job moves at Lenovo, Cartier, and more

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HR professional appointments

Chris Au joins Lenovo as APAC talent acquisition head

Effective June 2019, Chris Au was appointed Asia Pacific talent acquisition head at Lenovo, Hong Kong. Before taking up his new role, he was the recruitment lead at Oath (a subsidiary of Verizon’s media unit).

Before that he spent six years at Yahoo as a senior manager in talent acquisition, managing recruitment teams across Hong Kong and Taiwan – and spearheading a team that created talent-to-business strategies.


Michelle Yang snaps up new role at Snap Inc

This month, Michelle (Xing) Yang takes on the portfolio of senior HR business partner for APAC for US technology and camera company, Snap Inc. The role is based in Shenzhen.

Prior to this, she cut her technology teeth as a HR manager at and App Annie. Before that, she spent three-and-a-half years at Lenovo as a HR generalist and two years as a recruiter in Beijing.


Sonny Pang appointed senior HR manager for Richemont

Effective April 2019, Sonny Pang became a senior HR manager for Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, both part of the luxury goods holding company, Richemont. In this capacity, he will handle talent acquisition and employee branding in Hong Kong and Macau.

Pang first joined Richemont as a HR manager in 2016. Before this, he spent two years as principal consultant at Charterhouse Partnership Hong Kong and two years as a finance technology consultant at Hays.


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