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Extraordinary Professional Awards Received by Xuan Liang Throughout His Career

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Mr. Xuan Liang’s extraordinary abilities in the field of business development and technology development have been confirmed by numerous prestigious awards over multiple decades. Mr. Liang’s career awards have included the following:

HKUST Beta Gamma Sigma Award

The HKUST Business School has been a proud Collegiate Chapter of The Beta Gamma Sigma since 2000. Exceptional Business School participants are provided with the opportunity to become inductees representing the HKUST Chapter. Thus, before even being considered for such a huge honor, someone must prove their merits by being accepted into a prestigious MBA program in the first place. Then, they must stand out above other experts in their field to be inducted.

To be accepted into the MBA program HKUST, applicants must meet several rigorous requirements: A bachelor's degree from a recognized institution is mandatory; Work Experience: For the full-time MBA program, a minimum of two years of full-time work experience is required. For the part-time program, at least three years of work experience is necessary; GMAT/GRE Scores: Applicants must submit satisfactory GMAT or GRE scores; English Proficiency: If the candidate’s first language is not English, the candidate needs to submit TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test scores. The minimum requirements are a TOEFL-iBT score of 80, TOEFL-pBT score of 550, IELTS overall score of 6.5, or a Duolingo score of 125; Interview: Selected applicants must be interviewed as part of admissions process.

To be inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) at HKUST's MBA program, students must meet stringent academic criteria. BGS is an international honor society recognizing academic excellence in business studies, and induction is considered a significant achievement.

Requirements for Induction: Academic Ranking: Top 20% of Graduate Students: To qualify for induction, MBA students must rank in the top 20% of their class based on their cumulative GPA. For part-time MBA students, the students must rank in the top 5%; Program Accreditation: The business school must be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB); Nomination and Invitation: Eligible students receive an invitation to join BGS, based on their academic performance.

Difficulty of Achieving Induction: Competitive Academic Environment: HKUST’s MBA program is highly competitive, with many students striving for top grades; High Academic Standards: Maintaining a GPA that places a student in the top 20% requires consistent academic excellence; Selective Process: The selective nature of BGS induction means only the highest-performing students are invited, making it a prestigious recognition.

In the year of 2015, only 193 new members were inducted for this highly prestigious award. Inductees included extraordinary faculty members, PhD graduates, MBA/MSc graduates, and BBA/BSc graduates. Mr. Liang was only one of the three students in his MBA class to receive this highly competitive and prestigious award.

“Foxconn Excellent Supervisor” Awarded Twice (2005 and 2006).

This prestigious recognition is granted solely to supervisory-level professionals. Further, among supervisors, this is awarded to less than 10% of supervisors or an above rank, underscoring its exclusivity. 

The criteria for this award are stringent, reflecting high standards of leadership and performance. Supervisors are evaluated on several factors including team productivity, adherence to quality standards, innovative problem-solving, and exemplary leadership qualities. Achieving this award demonstrates a consistent commitment to excellence and a significant positive impact on both team and company performance.

The "Foxconn's Excellent Supervisor" award is highly competitive, with less than 10% of supervisors receiving the award each year. Only a select number of supervisors at the supervisor level and above are recognized each year. 

NeoPhotonics Neo-Semi Project Award

To gain this award, Mr. Liang not only had to find technical solutions for all system related issues, but also had to bridge the cultural gap between the Japanese company and the American company and to implement the technical solutions in a limited time. The latter was extremely difficult to achieve in such a short period, especially for a foreigner without much understanding of Japanese culture. 

Among all the project participants, only three people received the awards. Mr. Liang received this award for his extraordinary leadership in the work of finding inventory management solutions and implementing the Factory Information System in the two Neo-Semi factories.

There were approximately 40 to 50 highly skilled professionals eligible for this award. Of these professionals, only 3 were selected for this highly prestigious award. 

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