Mr Stanley Hui 許日昌先生
|Date||26 February 2014||Interviewed by||Ben Fielden|
|Language||English||Audio Edited by||Ben Fielden|
|Venue||Hui's House, London|
Stanley Hui grew up in Hong Kong attending the University of Hong Kong for his degree. In 1989 he arrived in the UK with a scholarship to go to University College London. In the same year, Stanley began his involvement with the Chinese community in Haringey, helping out as a volunteer he provided a Chinese class on Saturdays for the Haringey Chinese Language School.
After graduating from UCL he started off his career in the UK at Birmingham Chinese Community Centre as centre-manager before moving back for a studentship at the University of Greenwich. He maintained his connections with Haringey and eventually he became head teacher of Haringey Chinese Language School and also participated participating as a Management Committee Member for Haringey Chinese Community Centre. He also studied at the University of East London.
In 2003, Stanley began as the first Chief Executive for the Haringey Association of Voluntary and Community Organisations (HAVCO) running a number of projects to support the voluntary sector in Haringey.
Stanley has strong experience in education having worked for Kingsway College as a Chinese teacher, written academic research on learning and participated in forums on Chinese education. Stanley helped establish and was the first Executive Director of the Chinese in Britain Forum which aims to create a network for Chinese voluntary and community organisations in the UK. Currently Stanley has moved away from the community sector and is working as a care assistant in London.