A passionate defender of human rights, Vincy seeks to shape the conversation around trans rights and racial equality locally and internationally.
They have spoken at Chinese University of Hong Kong and University of Hong Kong on the state of SOGIESC rights in Hong Kong. They currently serve as the co-coordinator of Amnesty International Hong Kong’s LGBTI group, and host gatherings for Hong Kong’s queer and trans communities of colour.
Please email chanvincymusic [at] gmail [dot] com for booking inquiries.
Guest - Transgender Resource Center LGBT+ Makeup Workshop
Cohost - Trans Day of Remembrance Vigil (November 2018)
Panelist - 「異曲同聲」 性/別小眾X社會 : 從歷史看性/別小眾 ActionQ, Chinese University of Hong Kong (November 2018)
Presenter - “Stories of #everydayracism”for Resolve Foundation, Human Dignity Festival (November 2018)
Presenter - “Stories of #everydayracism” for Resolve Foundation (November 2018)
Panelist - “Miles of Love,” Planet Ally (November 2018)
Speaker - TEDxHKU (October 2018)
Host - Sharing session with queer photographer Ka-Man Tse (August 2018)
Speaker - “LGBTI Rights in Hong Kong,” Hong Kong Future Pioneers Workshop (June 2018)
Master of Ceremony - International Day Against Homophobia (May 2018)
Speaker - “In Dialogue with LGBT” Human Library, AIESEC Chinese University of Hong Kong (March 2018)
Speaker - Equal Opportunity Festival LGBTQI+ Human Library, Amnesty International Club University of Hong Kong (November 2017)
fellowships and honours:
Scholarship Recipient - ILGA World Conference (March 2019)
Delegate (Hong Kong) - #FemParl Conference, High Commission of Canada in India (February 2019)
Sponsored Attendee - Regional Forum on LGBTI Rights in Asia, Amnesty International East Asia Regional Office (October 2018)
Grant Recipient - “Best Practices of Queer Organising in Europe,” Resolve Foundation (July 2018)
Finalist - RAHM Global LGBT+ Leadership Contest (July 2018)
Fellow - Resolve Foundation Fellowship Program (October 2017-April 2018)
Fellow - Human Dignity Festival (October 2017)
Scholar - TEDxWanChai Youth and Diversity Program (October 2016)