Barry Lam - Honors

Honors

  • 2012 Honorary Doctorate, National Tsing Hua University
  • 2007 Honorary Doctorate, National Taiwan University
  • 2005 Honorary Degree: Doctor of Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • 2006 'Second Class Bright Star Medal' Taiwan Government
  • 2006 and 2002 Wen Hsin Silver Award for outstanding promotion of social education, Council of Cultural Affairs, Taiwan
  • 2005 Entrepreneur of the Year, Ernst and Young
  • 2002 One of '25 Managers of the Year', Business Week Magazine
  • 2001 and 1999 One of 'The Stars of Asia', Business Week Magazine

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