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Chak Au

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Chak AuProfessionally trained as a family therapist, Chak was an assistant professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong before moving to Canada in 1988. He is currently the Program Leader of the Mental Health Promotion and Counseling Team of the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority in Richmond.

As a strong advocate of multiculturalism and racial harmony, he assisted and co-founded a number of local organizations, including the Chinese Mental Wellness Association of Canada, Richmond GreenSpace Society, Interfaith for World Peace Society and the Canadian International Education Assistance Foundation.

He has served on numerous boards and committees, including the Richmond Intercultural Advisory Committee, Richmond Child Care Advisory Committee, Richmond Sister City Committee, Richmond Multicultural Concerns Society, and Richmond Poverty Response Task Force.

He was elected a School Trustee from 1999 to 2011 and served twice as the Vice-Chairperson of the Richmond Board of Education.

In 2006, he was recognized by the Vancouver Sun as one of The Hundred Most Influential Chinese in BC and received the provincial Stand Up and Stand Out for Children and Youth Award in 2007. He was also awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 for his community contributions. In 2014, the Interfaith for World Peace Society, which he chairs and co-founded, received the Community Champion Special Award from the federal Canadian Race Relations Foundation.

Through his nominations, Richmond City received the Eco-safety Demonstrative City Award and Richmond School District received the Excellence in Environmental Education Award at the First World Eco-safety Assembly (WESA) in December 2010.

He was elected as a Councillor in Richmond in November 2011. He believes in honest government, transparent decision making, open consultation and citizen engagement, and is committed to bringing the community closer together by building consensus and ensuring that everyone’s view is heard even though this may take greater effort.

RCC on Twitter

Jul 20
RT @JonathanHo99: Warm welcomes to Xiamen Youth Ice Hockey Team come to join Xiamen-Van Youth Hockey Game @RichmondOval. https://t.co/Sddl1
Jul 13
CONGRATULATIONS to the #RichmondBC Chinese Community Society on their grand opening of their new premise!… https://t.co/hW5PTGE3Q2
Jul 01
Great to see @RMDCoalition#RichmondBC City Councillors Au @kenj58 with Trustee @JonathanHo99 in the @SalmonFesthttps://t.co/FtggztEyLm

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