The MCMASTER INSTITUTE for Sustainable Development in Commerce is a educational research and development institution co-founded by Philip McMasteandJohnny Tong as a Hong Kong Police Registered Society in the year 2000.
The MCMASTER INSTITUTEcarries forward the work initiated by the McMaster family to balance the activities ofSociety, Environment and Economyfor world benefit.
The LOGO of the MCMASTER INSTITUTEincludes the 3 Finger Sustainability Symbol, drawn by Johnny Tong with Society, Environment and Economy depicted on the 3 fingers in Traditional Chinese characters. Small 5 talon ""Dragon Claws""
The MCMASTER INSTITUTE is named in memory of John McMaster and the McMaster lineage of responsible and respected sea captains, lawyer politicians, community elders, society developers and activists who emigrated from Scotland to Canada over the last 2 centuries.
The uncommon ""McMaster"" name is known in Canada as original founders of The Canadian Club of Montreal, McMaster University*, the Laurentian Bird Sanctuaryand Cool to be Canadian Corp. a federally chartered non-profit organization created in the 1990s by Philip McMaster.*(PLEASE NOTE: although there is a historical family relationship as the founding funders of McMaster University in Hamilton Ontario, THERE IS NO CONNECTION, RELATION or AFFILIATION between the HONG KONG ""McMaster Institute"" and the HAMILTON ONTARIO ""McMaster University"")
HONG KONG McMaster Institute for Sustainable Development in Commerce.
Philip McMaster is the former Honourary Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at the Chinese University Of Hong Kong and MBA Lecturer in Marketing, Personal Development, Business Development and Entrepreneurship at CUHK, Mr. McMaster was also Entrepreneur-in-residenceat CyberPort-basedMultimedia EntrepreneurialResearch, Education and Creative Laboratory (MERECL) of Polytechnic University.
Invited by Mainland Chinese academics from climate change conferences, Philip McMaster began lecturing at Mainland universities, touring China and working with the Chinese Academy of Sciences Research Center for Eco-EnvironmentalSciences (CAS-RCEES) in Beijing in 2008.
Photo: Co-Founding educators Philip McMaster (as SustainaClaus) and former director Johnny Tong in 2016 guiding children through educational processes and experiential technologies which encourage the development of Sustainable Behaviours and ISR (Individual Social Responsibility)
McMaster Institute for Sustainable Development in Commerce – (MISDC) ISR (Individual Social Responsibility) for CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
Entrepreneur-in-residence at MERECL
A new key digital entertainment laboratory in Hong Kong, MERECL will develop creative intellectual properties for commercialization.It will also offer specialist training in digital creative skills ranging from motion capture to screen-writing, provide pre-incubation and graduate training facilities to set new digital, design and creative ventures, as well as digital media services to businesses.
The operation of MERECL will focus on ""transmedia"" ventures and the MERECL will produce creative property that could be launched simultaneously as a movie, a game, a book and other forms.