Golden Key is thrilled to introduce Chuck Chuan NG, one of Golden Key’s 2020 Humanitarian and Service Award winners. Chuck earned his Bachelor of Science and Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Malaya.
“I am sincerely grateful and honoured that the Golden Key International Honour Society chose me for the 2020 Golden Key Humanitarian and Service Award,” Chuck says.
Chuck is dedicated to his education and has earned five certificates alongside his Bachelor’s and Doctorate degrees.
“This award is indeed a strong motivation to me as it will encourage me to keep moving forward to achieve greater heights in my current and future work career,” Chuck shares.
Chuck is currently an Assistant Professor at the China-ASEAN College of Marine Sciences, Xiamen University Malaysia.
“With my ultimate interest in diverse fields, I often serve as an environmental activist,” Chuck remarks. “I am a highly motivated person, with a strong interest in global development, social welfare and environmental issues.”
Chuck has received many accolades throughout his career.
“Due to my outstanding attribution on the environmental development, I was featured as the Young Person of the Month in January 2015 by Opportunity Desk,” Chuck says. “Additionally, I was bestowed for the Green Pinang Certificate of Appreciation by Penang Green Council (Penang State Government). I was awarded the Golden Key Asia-Pacific Community Service award by the Golden Key International Honour Society. And I received the national K. Kumarasivam Young Environmentalist prize by Environmental Management and Research Association of Malaysia.”
In addition to Chuck’s educational endeavors and accolades, he enjoys making a global impact.
“I’m also actively involved in numerous activities and programs where I was an active ambassador member of many both local and regional environmental as well as social community organisations,” Chuck shares. “I have also represented Malaysia in several global cultural and leadership, environmental as well as scientific study exchange to the United States of America, Germany, South Korea, Japan and many others.”
Thank you for being a part of the Golden Key family, Chuck; we wish you the best of luck as an Assistant Professor!