(I am no longer in Hong Kong although the website says philhk.com, Hong Kong is in a constant trouble due to protests and all that goes with it, its not as ...nice?... as it was before, its like this tear gas mostly every week for more than half a year, so I decided to leave to return to Australia, if your keen on getting tear-gassed on the way home from work I suggest you go to Hong Kong)
2019: I was the technical lead for our team "Access Our Community" for the Global Legal Hackathon passing two judging rounds, firstly we won the Hong Kong Hackathon weekend round then a second global online only round to narrow nearly 1000 initial teams down to becoming a Finalist as part of 12 others in the Global Legal Hackathon held in New York 2019, flew to New York to compete and attend the finals Gala. Although we did not win the finals, I enjoyed learning about how to win a hackathon!
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